Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Lady Dragon Softball Earns Playoff Berth

SoftballThe Carroll Lady Dragon softball team earned a playoff berth with last Friday’s 29-0 victory against Haltom.

Carroll finished fourth in District 4-5A and will face District 3-5A champion Arlington Martin in the Class 5A bi-district round series starting Thursday. Click here to follow the Lady Dragon softball team on GameChanger.

Carroll (17-12) vs. Martin (24-3) – Bi-District Playoff Series
Game 1: Thursday, 6:30 p.m. at Workman Park #2 (701 East Arbrook Drive. Arlington)
Game 2: Friday, 6:30 p.m. at CSHS
Game 3: (if necessary) Saturday, Noon at CSHS
Tickets:  $5 adults; $3 students

 

 

 

 

 

Boys' Golf Qualifies Two Teams for 5A State

DragonStateGolfLUBBOCK – The Carroll Dragon boys’ golf teams dominated the leaderboard at the Class 5A Region I tournament in Lubbock earlier this week. The Dragon teams earned the top two spots and are headed to the Class 5A state tournament in Austin on April 28-May 1. “Green” won the Region I title and “Black” finished 12 strokes behind.

Dragon “Green”
Willie Hammond 81-69=150
Triston Fisher 82-73=155
Jorge Morillo 79-76=155
Ben Fernandez 83-77=160
Trent Hill 76-88=164

Dragon “Black”
Mason Greenberg 75-80=155
Colin Kober 81-75=156
George Gardner 76-80=156
Colin Hamilton 80-79=159
Hunter Glenn 81-79=160

Dragon Trio Earns Class 5A All-State Selections

Dragon QB Kenny Hill was named Class 5A Offensive Player of the Year. Photo by CISD Intern Preston Mainard

The Associated Press Class 5A All-State teams were announced Thursday and three senior Dragons were honored.

Quarterback Kenny Hill earned one of the state’s top accolades. He was named 5A Offensive Player of the Year adding to the tradition of Dragon quarterbacks winning the award. Hill, also the first-team quarterback selection, threw for 2,291 yards and 20 touchdowns and rushed for 905 yards and 22 TDs during at the regular season. Last year, Hill was named first-team, all-state quarterback by the Texas High School Sports Writers Association.

Offensive tackle Cam Manning also earned a first-team selection as the top lineman on an offense that produced more than 500 yards per game. Senior safety Tanner Jacobson was named honorable mention defensive back.

Link to the AP Class 5A All-State Team

Carroll Claims First 5A Lone Star Cup

The 2011-2012 school year marked historic results for the Carroll Dragons in University Interscholastic League competitions. The widespread success throughout Carroll’s athletic and academic programs has lifted the school to elite state-wide status. Carroll earned the UIL’s Class 5A Lone Star Cup championship as the results became official July 1. Carroll scored 100 points, 7.5 points ahead of second-place The Woodlands.

It marked Carroll’s first Class 5A Lone State Cup title. The Dragons are familiar with the award, winning in back-to-back school years in Class 4A (2000-2001 and 2001-2002). The Dragons moved to Class 5A in the 2002-2003 school year. The title was highlighted by Carroll producing five state championships in team sports — football, boys and girls cross country and boys and girls swimming — and multiple district championships. The five team state championships mark the most by a 5A school in state history.

The Lone Star Cup is awarded annually to five high schools, one in each of the five UIL classifications (1A, 2A, 3A, 4A and 5A), based on their team performance in district and state championships. The winning schools in each classification will receive the UIL Lone Star Cup trophy and a $1,000 scholarship, also presented by the UIL. The award started in the 1997-1998 school year.

1. Carroll 100 pts.
2. The Woodlands 92.5 pts.
3. San Antonio Reagan 76 pts.
4. Austin Westlake 74 pts.
5. Lewisville Marcus 66 pts.
6. Katy Seven Lakes 64 pts.
7. Mission Sharyland 62 pts.
8. Deer Park 60 pts.
  Northside O’Connor 60 pts.
10. Arlington Martin 58 pts.
  Laredo Alexander 58 pts.
  San Antonio Churchill 58 pts.