The Carroll Dragons returned to action with a night of big plays in front of a packed homecoming crowd.
Carroll, ranked No. 9 in the state, rolled to a 59-3 victory at Dragon Stadium against Keller Central in the District 4-5A opener. Carroll improved to 3-1. The Dragons, who were coming off their bye, now face Keller Timber Creek on Thursday at 7 p.m. at KISD Stadium.
The Dragons produced 601 yards of offense, including 338 on the ground. Carroll junior quarterback Ryan Agnew rushed for four touchdowns and 108 yards. Agnew had three rushing TDs in the first half leading Carroll to a comfortable 35-3 halftime lead. Defensively, the Dragons were just as impressive. Carroll held Keller Central to 150 yards and just six first downs.
Agnew accounted for six touchdowns, tossing TD passes to Chris Hogan and Luke Timian. Agnew finished 18-0f-21 for 228 yards. Backup running back Grant McFralin added a 71-yard TD run in the fourth quarter and finished with 101 yards rushing on five carries giving Carroll two 100-yard performances.
Receiver Keaton Duhon led the Dragons with six catches for 67 yards.
Timber Creek enters the game 1-3 overall and 0-1 in district after falling to Haltom last week 24-17.