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Dragons Down Jaguars in District Opener

The Dragons opened the District 5-6A season on a positive note Friday holding off a competitive Flower Mound squad, 45-31, to notch their 11th consecutive win in district competition. Carroll had defeated Flower Mound to kick off district last season, 48-7, but found tougher sledding this year against a Jaguars’ squad breaking in a...

Dragon Runners Soar at Falcon Fast Invitational

Girls and boys varsity and JV teams run away with first-place finishes.

Dragons Week 5 Preview: FM Jaguars

The District 5-6A season gets underway on Friday when Flower Mound travels to Carroll. The Dragons enter at 2-1 with wins over Broken Arrow of Oklahoma (21-14) and Rockwall (52-38) with a loss to ranked Arlington Martin (50-33).

5 Minutes with CABC President Bill Webb

Dragon Pride magazine sits down with Carroll Athletic Booster Club President Bill Webb to learn more about how the organization helps Dragon athletes.

Dragon Football: 2017 District Previews

After a tough non-district opening schedule, the Dragons are ready for District 5-6A play—here's a look at the district match-ups.

Dragons Help in Harvey Relief Efforts

After a long out-of-state road trip to Broken Arrow, Oklahoma the Carroll Dragon varsity football team was exhausted, yet in good sprits after its 21-14 season opening victory over the Tigers. Wasting little time, the team boarded the bus again for the 280-mile return trip home.

Carroll Cross Country Made a Splash in Corpus Christi, Coppell

Dragon boys and girls enjoyed a podium finish at the Islander Splash Invitational and made a strong showing at the Coppell Invitational.

The Tradition Presents Inaugural Homecoming Event

Don’t miss a roast of legendary Dragon coach and Texas High School Football Hall of Famer, Bob Ledbetter!

Carroll Jazz Wows at All-Region Jazz Auditions

Dragons occupy 24 out of 40 available chairs. Way to go Carroll Jazz!

Twenty-Two Dragons Named National Merit Semifinalists

This academically talented group represents less than one percent of high school students.
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