Dragon faithful are gathering for an enthusiastic collegiate inspired pep rally to open up the basketball seasons.
On Friday at Dragon Stadium, the Dragons open the playoffs when they take on McKinney in a Class 6A Division II bi-district contest.
It is the 18th straight season the Dragons have competed in the tournament with Carroll last missing the postseason in 1999.
Carroll head coach Hal Wasson knew limiting explosive plays would be critical in escaping Hebron with a victory in last Friday’s regular-season finale.
Instead, the Hawks recorded three...
In total, twenty-six athletes from sports ranging from baseball to beach volleyball signed to play college athletics.
The Dragons will get their final tune-up for the postseason Friday when they travel to Hebron in a battle of two teams tied for second in District 5-6A.
It may not have been the final margin of victory many anticipated, but Carroll’s football team improved to 5-1 in District 5-6A competition nonetheless last Friday with a 24-17 win at home over winless-in-district Hurst L.D. Bell.
Warm and muggy temperatures at Old Settler’s Park in Round Rock couldn't keep the Southlake Carroll Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams from reaching the podium
The Dragons are looking to send of their seniors with style this Friday as they welcome a Hurst L.D. Bell squad that is still seeking its first win in District 5-6A competition.
Facing a Byron Nelson team Thursday that had surrendered 210 rushing yards per game (6.1 per carry) in its five losses, the makings were there for a big game from Carroll running back TJ McDaniel.
The Carroll Girls and Boys Cross Country teams advanced to the State Championship race after placing 3rd in the boys race and 2nd in the girls race. For the 8th consecutive year, the boy’s team has earned a state meet bid, and for the 21st consecutive year, the lady dragons earned a spot in the championship state race.