GEORGETOWN – The Dragon golfers earned an impressive finish at the UIL Class 6A golf tournament on Tuesday.
The Dragons finished third in a highly competitive field at the Legacy Hills Golf Club. The Dragon team included Max Kettler, Caden Honea, Jacob Kelber, Cole Fisher and Evan Paquette.
Austin Westlake won the title with a score of 572, Plano West was second with 579 and Carroll scored 591.
The top Dragon golfer was Kettler, who shot 69 and 72 for a two-round total of 141.
View photos from the state tournament on the Carroll Golf Twitter account here.
The Lady Dragons qualified by finishing second at the Class 6A Region I meet. The Dragons finished third overall to qualify.
The Class 6A girls’ state tournament will be held May 15-16 at the Legacy Hills Golf Club in Georgetown. The boys’ event will be May 22-23 at the same course.
GIRLS REGIONAL ROUND 2 SCORES
E. Martin- 82
M. Bouraeda- 77
S. Lee- 83
M. Zhou- 79
K. Lee- 84
BOYS REGIONAL ROUND 2 SCORES
Honea – 69
Fisher – 74
Kelber – 73
Paquette – 81
Kettler – 74
Total – 290
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 www.SouthlakeParksandRec.com.
The Carroll Dragon boys’ golf team earned a third-place finish at the Mike Brent Invitational last weekend in Georgetown.
Caden Honea was the Dragons’ top finisher in third place.
The Dragon Black team included Honea, Max Kettler, Brady Perkins, Rob Ruff and Dylan Murray.
The Green and Black teams now prepare for the Region I Preview starting Friday, March 3-4 at the Texas Star in Euless.
The Southlake Senior Activity Center is hosting several amazing upcoming activities that you just can’t miss!
For starters, if you’ve been having trouble upgrading your computer to Windows 10, now’s your chance to learn all about it and get answers to any questions you have during the Technology Seminar on Friday 08/26! Focusing on “Getting Started with Windows 10” you will learn everything you need to know about the software transition!
Looking for an evening of food and fun? Bingo! Look no further than the Senior Activity Center’s Potluck Bingo Night! Bring a dish, bring a friend, and play some bingo while enjoying a plethora of food, happening Tuesday 08/30.
Finally, if you want top shelf entertainment, join in the Top Golf trip on 09/02! That’s right! The Senior Activity Center is taking a group trip to the premier golf entertainment complex in the area and you’re invited. The trip will also include a stop by Rock and Brews Restaurant, to enjoy some quality American comfort food.
Registration is mandatory for all events listed.
For more information go to SouthlakeSeniorCenter.com, or call 817-748-8315
The Carroll Dragon boys’ golf team finished fourth at the UIL Class 6A state tournament this week in Georgetown.
Dragon golfer Colin Kober led the way and finished as the second overall medalist (71, 72 – 143) and won a playoff to earn the place. He was two strokes behind the top finisher. The Dragons, last year’s 6A state champion, finished with an overall team total of 597 and shot 296 and 301.
The rest of the Dragon team included Max Kettler, Caden Honea, Mason Greenberg and Brandon McKelvey. Plano West, Mansfield and Austin Westlake were the top three finishers.
The Lady Dragons finished 9th as a team at state. The team finished with rounds of 334 and 321 for 655 total.
Malak Bouraeda was the Lady Dragons’ top finisher with a 160 total after shooting rounds of 83 and 77. The reminder of the team included Michelle Kung, Miriam Dumes, Kelly Yang and Michelle Huynh.
The Dragons, the defending state champions, claimed the 6A Region I tournament title in Arlington and were led by top medalist Colin Kober. The rest of the championship team included Max Kettler, Caden Honea, Mason Greenberg, Brandon McKelvey and Jacob Kelber.
The Lady Dragons finished as the 6A Region I runnerup. Lady Dragon Malak Bouraeda tied for second overall and led the way for the Lady Dragons. The rest of the regional runnerup team included Emily Martin, Emily Zhou, Simrin Gill, Karen Lee and Gaby Kackley.
Carroll finished second overall at the Region I meet on Thursday and qualified for the state meet. The team shot 303 and 313 for a 616 total. The team was led by Leah Meza and Adriana Morillo. Both golfers shot a two-day total of 150. Ellie Youree shot 157, Allison Alonzo finished at 159 and Lexi Smith shot 185.
The Lady Dragons join two Dragon boys bound for state. The state tournament will be held April 28-29 in Austin.
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Following the tournament, please join us for a family mixer in the ball room.
In addition to playing, there are a number of ways your business or family can help the success of the SCLA Golf Outing Fundraiser:
All donations are tax-deductible and benefit Southlake Carroll Lacrosse Association and help us to continue the growth and long-term success of our program.
This will be a great opportunity to have fun, make new friends, and support our growing program. For more information or donations, please contact fundraising chairman Kevin Alverson at 614 561 9000.