The Carroll Lady Dragons have moved to No.1 in the nation by TopDrawerSoccer.com.
The Lady Dragons are 6-0 and are coming off finishing 3-0 in the Georgetown tournament last week. This week, the Lady Dragons defeated one of the top teams – Keller – 3-1 on Tuesday at Dragon Stadium. Alli Gardner, Kendall Gilpin and Ally Griffin each scored goals. Brittany Martin and Sydney Nobles each had an assist.
Carroll has allowed just three goals this season. The Lady Dragons return to action Tuesday at Hebron to start District 5-6A action.
Taylor Tufts leads the team with six goals, including two gamewinners in Georgetown, and Georgie Phelps leads with four assists. Follow the Lady Dragons on Twitter @SCLDS.
Dragons Hit the Road Thursday
The Dragons are currently 4-0 and ranked No. 2 in the state and head to Austin for three games starting Thursday. Carroll plays Vista Ridge, Lamar and Midland Lee. The Dragons have also moved up to No. 6 in the new National Winter FAB 50 rankings by TopDrawerSoccer.com. Follow the Dragons on Twitter for live updates @SCDragonsSoccer
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).
There are so many fun and new programs, for both girls and boys, available in Southlake this summer. From designing and making your own make-up to building your own video games! Don’t miss out and sign up fast before the classes fill up.
Adventures in Art Camp (Ages 6-13): Finally an art camp that teaches fine art and creative thinking, not simple crafts. Your artist will create 8 masterpieces using oil, watercolor and acrylics while learning, fine art principles and color theory. Subjects include land and seascapes, still lifes, florals and animals. All supplies furnished. Wear an old t-shirt and bring paper towels and a snack.
Glamour Girls (Ages 6-12): Spend a week creating your own beauty products! You will learn to make your own lip balm, nail polish, fancy soap, bath bombs and more. Students will create their own specialized shades and scents, even adding glitter. Students will also learn three creative nail polish techniques
Pre-Engineering: Minecraft, Build Using Lego (Ages 5-7): Bring Minecraft to life using tens of thousands of LEGO®! Build engineer-designed projects such as a motorized Creeper, a portal to the Nether, and a moving Minecraft! Create your favorite Minecraft objects with the guidance of an experienced Play-Well instructor. Whether you are new to Miinecraft and LEGO or a seasoned veteran, you’ll be hooked on the endless creative possibilities.
Engineering Funamentals: Minecraft, Build Using Lego (Ages 8-12): Bring Minecraft to life using LEGO! Build a motorized walking Creeper, a terrifying Ghast, and a motorized Minecraft! This project-based camp, designed by Play-Well instructors, combines the basic format of our core engineering-themed programs based on the world of Minecraft. Students will explore real-world concepts in physics, engineering, and architecture while building their favorite Minecraft objects. Students will have a blast, even without any prior experience with Minecraft or LEGO.
Jedi Engineering With Lego (Ages 5-7): Young Jedi will explore worlds far, far away and engineering principles right in front of them. Defeat the Empire by designing and refining LEGO® X-Wings, R2-units, and settlements on far-flung edges of the galaxy. Imagination and engineering combine to create motorized and architectural projects such as energy catapults, shield generators and defense turrets.
Jedi Master Engineering With Lego (Ages 8-12): The Force Awakens in this advanced engineering course for young Jedi! Discover key engineering concepts such as gear trains, worm drives, pneumatics, and eccentric motion. Build LEGO XWings, AT-AT walkers, Pod Racers, Star Destroyers, Cloud Cities, Settlements, Fortresses, and other complex machines and structures from a galaxy far, far away.
Stop and Go Animation (Ages 7-14): Focused around the popular LEGO piece sets and characters, students are shown the proper way to capture their still images and how to maintain organization to make the film editing easy and straightforward. At the end of the course, students will have a master edit uploaded to our Youtube channel to share with friends and family.
Minecraft Architects (Ages 8-14): Minecraft Architects presents students with different construction challenges and students must plan, design, and construct buildings meeting specific guidelines. Through experimenting and working together, students will develop skills in creative thinking, math, geometry and team building.
Animation (Ages 10-17): In this class students will learn the basics of animation and digital design. Students who enjoy going to various sites to see fun interactive animations will love this course. This class will utilize Adobe’s award winning animation software in Adobe Flash. Students will create fun interactive animations that they can share with the world.
Video Game Design (Ages 10-17): This course provides students with a fun, interactive look at the world of video game design and development. Students enrolled in this camp will learn the basics of video game design and produce several different interactive video games to share with their friends and family.
iVideo Game Design (Ages 6-10):Want to create video games? This is an introductory course for younger students who want to learn to build simple video games. This course combines the art of video game design and animation to create interactive characters that fly around the screen. Amaze your friends and family with your fun interactive games.
Beginner Guitar Lessons (Ages 7+): Learn to play the guitar from a professional guitar instructor at your own pace. This class will teach you the basic chords hand positions, picking, and much more. Students will be given an opportunity to perform at the quarterly local concert events. Participants must bring their own guitar.
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 www.SouthlakeParksandRec.com.
Summer youth basketball registration is now being accepted for girls ages 8-12 and boys ages 8-16.
Players can register in one of two forms; as part of a team that is already formed and will compete against other formed teams in a more competitive recreational league or as an individual player who wishes to be drafted to a team from a pool of players.
The fee per team is $435 and the fee per individual is $65. Practices being the week June 8th with league games starting on Saturday June 13, 2015. For a copy of the officials rules please visit www.teamsideline.com/southlake. You can register your child online or in-person at the Community Services office located in Town Hall, 1400 Main St, Suite 210.
The City of Southlake invites all boys and girls, ages 6-15, to come out and show off their skills at the annual Punt, Pass and Kick (PP&K) Competition on Saturday, September 28th. The Competition will be held at North Park, located at 200 E. Dove Rd, from 10:00 a.m.- 1:00 p.m. Pre-registration is not required.Every year, more than 3.5 million participants nationwide compete in the NFL PP&K Program.
Boys and girls get the opportunity to compete against their peers in punting, passing and kicking contests (based on distance accuracy) in local, sectional, NFL Team Championship and National Championship levels. Five age groups (6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13 and 14-15) are eligible to compete. Participants must show proof of age with a birth certificate. Age is determined as of December 31, 2013.
All local competition champions, in each age and gender division, will advance to one of eleven sectional competitions held in October. The top four champions in each sectional competition will advance to the Team Championship held at a Dallas Cowboys game. Participants who place in the top four at the Cowboys game will get the opportunity to move ahead to the National Championship held at an NFL Playoff game in January.
For more information about Punt, Pass and Kick, please visit www.nflppk.com. Please contact Junior Camacho at email@example.com or (817) 748-8022 for more information about the local Southlake competition.
Carroll ISD has named Eric McDade as its new varsity boys’ basketball coach. McDade will take over the Dragon program in August.
“We are very excited about Eric McDade and what he will bring to Carroll ISD,” Carroll Athletic Director Kevin Ozee said. “Coach McDade has a tremendous and successful background in coaching basketball. He is a great classroom teacher and his ability to build positive relationships with his students is a top priority to him. Eric is also a Capturing Kids’ Hearts trainer and he will be a very positive role model for our student-athletes. ”
McDade, 38, takes over the Dragon program after spending the last three years at Duncanville High School. McDade led the tradition-rich Panthers to the playoffs all three seasons after replacing legendary coach Phil McNeely. McDade’s career record is 270-159 and his teams have reached the playoffs in 12 of his 13 years as a head coach.
“I am extremely thrilled to have this opportunity,” McDade said. “My family and I are looking forward to being part of this outstanding school district and community. I look forward to getting to know the players and them getting to know me. It should be a lot of fun.”
Before his post at Duncanville, McDade led Mansfield Timberview to the Class 4A state tournament in the 2008-2009 season and started the program when the school opened in 2004. His first head coach position was in 1999 at Crowley. McDade, who has coached for 17 years, played collegiately at Concordia University in Austin and was an All-Conference and Academic All-American selection. The Denison native also served as an assistant at Round Rock McNeil, A&M Consolidated and Cleburne. McDade and his wife Janet have two sons, Bryson (9) and Braylen (7).
McDade replaces Jon Youngblood who resigned as coach in March after five years.