Friday, August 19, 2022

Mini Dribblers Fall Registration Now Open

Mini Dribblers introduces boys and girls (ages 4-5 years old) to the game of basketball by teaching the basic fundamentals of the sport.

Participants will learn how to dribble, shoot, pass and other fun and exciting basketball skills in a well-supervised environment. Teamwork, sportsmanship and overall fun will be emphasized. Don’t miss the last day of the session when the players will demonstrate the skills they have learned in the “Big Game.” Cost includes a jersey, trophy and youth-sized ball.

October 15 – November 7
Tuesdays and Thursdays
Resident fee: $45
Non-resident fee: $53

Session 1 – 4:15 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Register Online

Session 2 – 5:15 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Register Online

Youth Athletic Camps Available this Summer

Want to stay active but still have fun while doing it? No problem! The Southlake Parks and Recreation has tons of great camps and activities going on to keep you busy this summer and improve your athletic skills.

TGA Premier Jr. Golf Camp (Ages 6-12): TGA makes golf accessible by bringing our unique curriculum to the schools and community. We hope to instill confidence, build life values and offer a fun education experience. All equipment is provided but students are welcome to bring their own clubs.

Speed Sports Camp (Ages 7-12): This camp features a tough, but fun curriculum developed by our training coaches at Bowmen Sports. All drills are age appropriate. We teach proper technique and coach with positive reinforcement. Improve your speed and over all conditioning for the next level of play. Take home your 5-10-5 agility and 40 yard time on a certificate. Groups divided based on ages. Please bring a snack, water and gym shoes.

Dodgeball Camp (Ages 7-12): Our ultra-popular program that includes several versions of Dodgeball. The emphasis is on fun, teamwork and exercise. We will play many different versions of the classic game using the new coated foam balls. These balls are perfect for safe FUN play! Groups divided based on ages. Please bring a snack and gym shoes.

Beginner Basketball Camp (Ages 5-7): A super-fun clinic designed for players of all skills and abilities. Program time will focus on dribbling, passing, shooting and rebounding. This is a skill-based program which utilizes drills and games to reinforce the skills being taught. Part of each class time will be used for game scrimmages. Bring a snack, water and gym shoes.

Basketball Tech Camp (Ages 6-12): A super-fun clinic designed for players of all skills and abilities. Program time will focus on dribbling, passing, shooting and rebounding. This is a skill-based program which utilizes drills and games to reinforce the skills being taught. Part of each class time will be used for game scrimmages. Bring a snack, water and gym shoes.

Volleyball Camp (Ages 8-15): This all-skills volleyball camp will ignite and excite students about the fun competition of volleyball. Players develop fundamental skills including serving, passing, setting and hitting. Skill based drills, as well as 3 vs 3 and 6 vs 6 wave competition drills, will be used to apply these skills at a fun pace. Players can demonstrate all these skills in game situations during scrimmage style games at camp.

Lacrosse Camp (Ages 8-15): Interested in learning the game of lacrosse? This camp is perfect for beginner and intermediate players looking to learn all the fundamentals of stick handling, cradling, passing, and shooting, all in a fun and friendly environment. Our staff of current and former players will ensure that campers not only learn the sport of lacrosse, but also important life skills such as respect, teamwork, and discipline. Every athlete will come away with a deep understanding of the game and its traditions.

If you are interested in signing your child up for any of these programs, you can register online or at the Parks and Recreation office located at 1400 Main St, Suite 210.

For more information please contact (817) 748-8019 or visit

Dragon Basketball Falls to Trinity in Overtime

The Carroll Dragon basketball team’s hope of reaching the playoffs ended last Friday on the road.

The Dragon lost to Trinity in overtime 64-61. Carroll falls to 5-8 in District 5-6A with one game remaining on Tuesday.

Carroll produced four scorers in double digits led by guard Stephen Blomstrom’s 16 points. Jack McBride added 14, while Sam Bourcy had 12 and Blake Bischler added 12.

The Dragons held an eight-point lead at halftime before Trinity chipped away and forced overtime.

Carroll ends the season vs. Marcus at 7:30 p.m. at CSHS.

Hoops Update: Dragons Battling to Stay in Playoff Picture

The Carroll Dragon boys’ basketball team hosts Hebron at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3 in a key District 5-6A matchup.

The Dragons defeated L.D. Bell on Tuesday 52-47 to stay in the playoff picture. Hebron leads the district at 8-2 and 20-6 overall. Carroll won the first district meeting at Hebron earlier this season.

Carroll (13-11) is tied for fourth place with Lewisville and Marcus at 5-5 in district. Four teams from each district earn playoff berth. Against Byron Nelson, Sam Bourcy led the Dragons with 15 points and Stephen Blomstrom had 13.

Next week, the Dragons finish the season with two road games — Tuesday at Flower Mound and Friday at Trinity.

Lady Dragons Face Hebron
The Lady Dragons host Hebron on Friday night at  6 p.m. seeking a district sweep of the Lady Hawks. Carroll is currently 1-11 in district and tied with Hebron. In the first meeting of the teams, Carroll won 45-31.

The Lady Dragons will close the regular season next Tuesday at Flower Mound at 6 p.m.

Dragons Get Big Road Victory at Lewisville

LEWISVILLE – Needing a key victory on the road in District 5-6A, the Dragon boys’ basketball team delivered Tuesday at Lewisville.

The Dragons snapped a three-game losing streak and upended Lewisville 48-37 to stay in the thick of the playoff picture. Carroll was led by junior Jack McBride’s game-high 17 points. Sam Bourcy added 11.

Carroll took advantage with a second quarter surge and 23-10 lead at halftime. The Dragons held Lewisville below double digits in scoring in three quarters.

The Dragons improved to 12-10 overall and 4-4 in district. Carroll is tied for fourth place with Lewisville and Marcus. Friday night the Dragons host Byron Nelson at 7:30 p.m.

Lady Dragons Drop Close Game

The Lady Dragons fell at Lewisville 36-34 on Tuesday. Carroll was led by Jillian Sowell’s eight points.

Carroll led by five points entering the fourth quarter, but was held to four points in the final quarter. The Lady Dragons fell to 5-14 overall and 1-9 in district and host Byron Nelson at 6 p.m. Friday.

Hoops Update: Carroll Teams Fall to Trinity in 5-6A Action

The Carroll Dragon boys’ basketball team suffered a close loss Tuesday vs. Trinity. The Dragons fell 56-53 at CSHS and are now 3-3 in district action and tied with Lewisville and Marcus in fourth place.

The Dragons are 11-9 overall. Sam Bourcy led the Dragons vs. Trinity with 21 points and Alex Kietzman had 14. Carroll returns to action Friday in a key matchup at Lewisville at 7:30 p.m.

The Lady Dragons also fell to Trinity, 66-33 and dropped to 5-12 overall and 1-7 in district action. Gabby McBride led the Lady Dragons with 10 points. Carroll plays at Lewisville at 6 p.m. Friday.


Hoops Update: Lady Dragons Earn Victory Against Hebron

CARROLLTON – The Carroll Lady Dragons earned a much-needed victory in District 5-6A action on Tuesday.

Carroll defeated Hebron 45-31 and earned its first district victory as the teams near the end of the first round of league action. Carroll led by three at halftime, then outscored Hebron 22-11 in the second half.

The Lady Dragons were led by Abby Zeitsiff and Gabby McBride, who each scored 13 points. Anna Gilliat added eight points. Carroll hosts Flower Mound at 6 p.m. Friday at Carroll Senior High School.

Carroll improved to 5-10 overall and 1-5 in district.

Dragons Win in Dramatic Fashion
The Dragons earned a big road victory in 5-6A vs. Hebron, winning in double overtime 58-55. Carroll trailed by seven after the first quarter and rallied the entire night.

The Dragons outscored Hebron 12-6 in the fourth quarter to force overtime. Sam Bourcy led the Dragons with 14 points, Blake Bischler added 11 and Eric Creech scored 10.

Carroll hosts Flower Mound at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Carroll Senior High School. The Dragons improved to 11-7 overall and are one of four teams in 5-6A tied for first place (Carroll, Flower Mound, Lewisville and Trinity).



Dragon Boys’ Basketball Team Off to Fast Start

bbThe Carroll Dragon boys’ basketball team is playing in the Cedar Hill tournament this weekend.

They are in the midst of a fast start to the season at 7-3 (prior to Cedar Hill tourney).

The Dragons earned a victory against Arlington Martin on Tuesday, which was Carroll’s home opener. The Dragons won 50-44 and were led by Sam Bourcy’s 15 points. Stephen Blomstrom had 11 and Jack McBride chipped in 10.

The Lady Dragons basketball team begin District 5-6A action tonight at Trinity at 6 p.m. The Lady Dragons are coming off a loss on Tuesday Colleyville Heritage.

Lady Dragons Sweep Copperas Cove, Advance to Region Quarters

WEST – The Carroll Lady Dragon volleyball team continued its impressive play in the playoffs last Friday against Copperas Cove.

The Lady Dragons defeated Cove in three games – 25-14, 25-19, 25-20 – in the area round at West High School.

Carroll (41-6) advances to face Allen in a Class 6A Region I quarterfinal at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Lake Dallas High School.