On Friday night, the Carroll and Rockwall offenses staged a shootout with the two squads combining for more 1,000 yards of total offense and 90 points.
But like in their season-opening win against Broken Arrow, the Dragon defense stepped up when it was needed most.
Varsity girls earn first-place finish; varsity boys finish ninth.
The final tune-up for the District 5-6A season takes place at 7:30 p.m. Friday when Carroll welcomes Rockwall to Dragon Stadium.
After shutting down Broken Arrow’s power running game in a season-opening victory, Carroll head coach Hal Wasson knew the Dragons would be up against a different beast in week 2...
Congrats to varsity girls for finishing 10th and to varsity boys for finishing 12th!
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Dragons name their 2017 team leaders...
On the strength of a stingy defense that gave up only 31 yards rushing, the Dragons managed a fourth-quarter comeback Friday to win their opener at Broken Arrow (Oklahoma) 21-14. However, this week the Dragons may face...
The Dragons squared off against Oklahoma power Broken Arrow on Friday and rallied in the fourth quarter for a 21-14 win.