Carroll’s track team will be well represented at the UIL Class 6A Region I meet at UTA in Arlington on April 28-29.
The Dragons qualified distance runners, a pole valuter and a girls relay team following the area meet. Carroll qualified four places in the 3,200 meters and four in the 1,600. Reed Brown, Cate Tracht and Gillian Mortimer qualified in both events.
Race Seacat is headed to the regional in the pole vault and the 4×200 girls’ relay team is as well.
4×200 Relay Girls
ABILENE – The Carroll Dragon tennis team’s season came to an end Friday in Abilene.
The Dragons lost a tight match in the Class 6A Region I final to Plano West, which qualifies for the state’s final four with the victory. Carroll led 4-3 after doubles action, but Plano West rallied for the victory in singles play.
Carroll, which was the No. 2 regional seed, defeated Waco Midway 10-1 in the first match of the regional on Thursday.
The Dragons followed that victory with a 10-4 victory against El Paso Coronado.
Carroll finished the fall season 16-4, which was also highlighted by a District 5-6A championship.
The Carroll Senior High School students are preparing for the next challenge during the spring competition season. Three Dragon Academics teams advanced to the Regional UIL Meet happening later this month on the University of Texas at Arlington campus. Social Studies, CompSci and Current Events teams advanced to the Regional Meet, along with 26 students, out of District.
The Carroll Social Studies team, earned the highest score in the state for 6A schools at a recent meet and is favored to win Regionals. The team is also two-time defending State Champions.
“This is the strongest team I’ve ever had” said Social Studies coach and Academic Coordinator John P. Irish, who has won 7 state titles out of 10 years. “Last year’s group was my strongest up to this point, but this team is solid. All four students could win an individual state title.”
The Region 1-6A Meet will be held on the campus of UT Arlington, on April 24-25.
Carroll had two of the 20 robots entered in the event. Robotics tournaments consist of competition rounds (round-robin style). The winning robotos from the competition rounds get to choose partners for the final rounds. Carroll’s robots finished first and second in the competition rounds and produced an all-Carroll final.
In addition to winning the top two spots, Carroll earned the Connect Award (team most connected with their local community and engineering community) and the Inspire Award (team that embodies the “challenge” of the FTC program).
The Inspire award is regarded as the highest honor and most coveted award in the competition.
Here are the member of the two Dragon teams…
Team 6578 “CyberDragons”
Team 3947 “Fired Up!”
The Carroll Lady Dragon Water Polo team won the North Texas Region Championship last weekend at the C.I.S.D. Aquatics Center. Twelve girls’ teams competed in the event. The Dragons’ team finished as runnerup in the field of 12 and both Carroll teams have qualified for the Texas Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association (TISCA) High School State Water Polo Championships in Austin in two weeks. Also, Daniel Cox (former all-state Dragon swimmer) was named the Girls’ Regional Water Polo Coach of the Year.
Girls All-Region Team Water-Polo selections for the Dragons:
Boys All-Region Team Water-Polo selections for the Dragons:
The following is a list of Class 5A Region I competitions in Lubbock with dates. Carroll will have competitors in each sport vying for a trip to the state meets/tournaments. Follow the UIL’s website for more details.
Date: Monday-Tuesday, April 16-17
Date: Monday-Tuesday, April 16-17
Date: Wednesday-Thursday, April 18-19
BOYS’ & GIRLS’ TRACK & FIELD
Date: Friday-Saturday, April 27-28