The Dragons rolled past Temple 38-7 last Friday at Baylor’s Floyd Casey Stadium. The Dragons improved to 2-1 on the season and will have a bye week before District 4-5A begins Friday, Sept. 27 at home against Keller Central.
Carroll led 21-7 at halftime. Dragon quarterback Ryan Agnew led the team to 490 offensive yards. He was 17-for-31 passing with 244 yards and two touchdowns and rushed 18 times for 144 yards and two touchdowns. Keaton Duhon was Carroll’s leading receiver with seven catches for 108 yards. Luke Timian and Joe Heineman each caught TD passes.
The Dragon defense forced four turnovers and held Temple scoreless in the second half. Carroll was led by linebacker J.B. Copeland, who had an interception and forced fumble and added six solo tackles and nine assists. Copeland is a candidate for the Star-Telegram’s player of the week.
The Carroll Dragons overcame their season-opening loss with a 63-14 home victory against Midland Lee. The Dragons improved to 1-1 overall and travel to face Temple on Friday at Baylor’s Floyd Casey Stadium in Waco. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m.
Carroll quarterback Ryan Agnew has been nominated for this week’s SportsDayHS Hero, given each week to the top performer. Agnew was 18-for-24 passing with 242 yards and three TDs and added 15 carries for 144 yards and four TDs. The winner will be announced on Friday. To vote for Agnew on the SportsDayHS mobile app.
Agnew has also been nominated for the TXA21 and Children’s Medical Center Player of the Week. Voting ends Wednesday noon. Click here to vote.
View video highlights of the Dragon victory last Friday on DragonTV. Also, check out the Dragons’ pre-game Pump Up video that plays before every home game.