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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...
Girls and boys varsity and JV teams run away with first-place finishes.
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).
Dragon Pride magazine sits down with Carroll Athletic Booster Club President Bill Webb to learn more about how the organization helps Dragon athletes.
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.
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.
Dragon boys and girls enjoyed a podium finish at the Islander Splash Invitational and made a strong showing at the Coppell Invitational.