The Carroll Lady Dragons’ District 7-5A unbeaten streak ended last Friday night at Keller. The Lady Indians upended Carroll 42-41 and moved into a first place tie with the Lady Dragons at 8-1 in district. Carroll, which is dealing with a rash of injuries, fell to 23-3 overall. Carroll was led by Caitlin Barrett’s nine points and Kennedy Leonard had eight. Kate Lewis chipped in seven. The Lady Dragons battled back after falling behind by four points entering the fourth quarter. The Lady Dragons are playing without injured standout senior forwards Kayla Reinhart and Jennelle Jenkins. Carroll looks to rebound Tuesday when it hosts Northwest at 6 p.m. at Carroll Senior High School.
Dragons Slip Against Keller
The Dragons suffered their second consecutive District 7-5A loss falling to Keller 40-35 last Friday. The Dragons, now 13-13 and 3-4 in district, were led by Tim Jibben and Josh Stringer as both players scored eight points apiece. Leading scorer Max Berman finished with seven. Both teams hit a draught in the second quarter after Carroll held a four-point lead at the end of the first quarter. Keller held the Dragons to two points in the second quarter (while scoring just five) and eight in the third quarter. Carroll returns home to face Northwest at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday.