Club Metro hit the ground running this Spring season to provide world-class Adaptive Recreation programs to our Southlake residents.
A Parks and Recreation Department is only as strong as its ease of accessibility to quality programming for every resident. Southlake’s Adaptive Recreation programs aim to encourage residents of all abilities to lead an active lifestyle. Club Metro is Southlake’s premier program, bringing together our community with opportunities for socialization, learning, and fun!
Club Metro has been busy this Spring welcoming back old and new faces alike. With multiple weekly in-person and virtual meeting options available, there is always something exciting happening at Club Metro! Club members can look forward to art, games, yoga classes, special guests, and more! New activities this season include Zumba classes and virtual themed-goody boxes for club members to enjoy at home.
This season, Club Metro is introducing two new opportunities for increased interaction! Due to popular demand, Mondays will now be offered to supplement Tuesdays, Thursdays, and virtual Wednesdays. In addition, Club Metro introduced Sports Saturdays on March 27. Sports like Kickball, Softball, and Basketball are now available to players of all abilities.
All successful recreation programs require passion and dedication from staff and the community, and Club Metro is no exception. The connections formed in Club Metro lead to incredible life-long memories for everyone involved.
“Club Metro has always been about meeting new friends, learning new and exciting activities, and of course having fun!” Exclaimed Club Lead, Oscar Rodriguez.
Register for the next Club Metro meeting here.
The Carroll Lady Dragons delivered a magical comeback to keep their playoff hopes alive Tuesday night.
The Lady Dragons scored five runs in the bottom of the 7th for a 7-6 walkoff victory at CSHS vs. L.D. Bell. Carroll is still fighting for one of our playoff spots in District 5-6A with one game remaining.
Carroll needs Lewisville to defeat Hebron Wednesday night to earn a playoff berth.
The Lady Dragons are 16-11-1 and 7-6 in district and finish the season Saturday at 1 p.m. at Hebron.
Carroll overcame a 5-2 lead in the seventh as Avery Zeigler singled in the winning run. The offense was led by Gaby Garcia’s 4-for-4, two-RBI performance. Abigail Stuart had three hits and two RBI and Allie Nuenke had two hits.
The Lady Dragons finished with four extra base hits. Nueke got the victory on the mound going five innings.
TROPHY CLUB – The Carroll Lady Dragons picked up an important District 5-6A win last Thursday to stay in the playoff hunt.
Carroll defeated Byron Nelson 8-1 and improved to 15-11-1 overall and 6-6 in district.
The Lady Dragons trailed 1-0 before a three-run third inning gave them the lead for good. Carroll added two runs in the fifth inning and three in the seventh. Carroll was led at the plate by Abigail Stuart and Katie Gee, who each had two hits apiece. Brooke Martin led the Lady Dragons with two RBI.
Kelly Shackleford earned the victory on the mound for the Lady Dragons and tossed a complete game.
The Lady Dragons will look for another victory when they host L.D. Bell Tuesday at 7 p.m.
The Carroll Dragon baseball team opened the 2017 season last weekend in Houston.
This marks the first year under new coach Larry Vucan.
The Dragons went 3-3 in the tournament and finished with two victories on Tuesday against Klein Collins (5-4) and Houston Stratford (4-2).
In the victory against Stratford, junior pitcher Nicco Cole went seven innings on the mound and had six strikeouts. Catcher Matt Werner had two hits and Jack McBride, Cade Bell and Kole Ramage had RBIs.
Carroll returns to action this week in its second tournament. The Dragons face Colleyville Heritage at Mansfield Lake Ridge High School at 1:30 p.m. on Thursday. The Dragons will follow with a game at 4 p.m. vs. Conroe Oakridge.
Follow the Dragons live on Gamechanger here.
The Carroll Dragon basketball team’s hope of reaching the playoffs ended last Friday on the road.
The Dragon lost to Trinity in overtime 64-61. Carroll falls to 5-8 in District 5-6A with one game remaining on Tuesday.
Carroll produced four scorers in double digits led by guard Stephen Blomstrom’s 16 points. Jack McBride added 14, while Sam Bourcy had 12 and Blake Bischler added 12.
The Dragons held an eight-point lead at halftime before Trinity chipped away and forced overtime.
Carroll ends the season vs. Marcus at 7:30 p.m. at CSHS.
The Carroll Dragons started off the Class 6A team tennis playoffs like they played during district — with another sweep.
The Dragons blanked McKinney Boyd 10-0 in a 6A Area Quarterfinal on Monday at the Carroll Senior High School courts.
Carroll advances to the Area Semifinals and will face Allen on Thursday at 8:30 a.m. at Marcus High School. Allen is coming off a 10-2 victory against Hebron.
Carroll outlasted rival and state-ranked Trinity 42-28 in an impressive showing by the Dragons’ offense and defense. The Dragons ran effectively producing 269 yards on the ground and quarterback Mason Holmes threw three TDs and had 217 yards.
The Dragons are in first place in District 5-6A at 4-1 overall and 2-0 overall. It was Trinity’s first loss of the season. Carroll’s victory improved its all-time series lead against to Trojans to 4-2.
Carroll running back Audricke Gaines and a special night rushing 31 times for 171 yards and three TDs. The battle was another classic in this series as the game was tied 7-7 after the first and 28-28 at halftime. But in the second half, the Dragons defense stifled the Trinity offense.
The Dragons held their opponent scoreless in the second half for the third consecutive week.
Robert Barnes was the Dragons leading receiver with three catches for 94 yards and Jackson Davis had five catches for 68 yards and a TD. Carroll finished with 508 yards and had 28 first downs.
Next up is Lewisville, which is coming off an upset of rival Marcus last week. Kickoff is 7:30 p.m. at Max Goldsmith Stadium.
Carroll (4-1, 2-0) vs. Lewisville (3-2, 1-1)
Date: Friday, Oct. 7
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Site: Max Goldsmith Stadium, Lewisville, 1098 W. Main Street
Radio: 100.7 FM, The Word
Notes: Lewisville WR Tyrell Shavers (6-foot-6, 196 pounds) is one of nation’s top recruits and has committed to Alabama…This week Carroll safety Robert Barnes, committed to Oklahoma, was officially announced to play in US Army All-American Bowl in January.
Carroll baseball coach Larry Hughes has retired after 20 years leading the successful Dragon program.
Hughes stepped down at the end of the 2016 season and finished with 491 victories at Carroll and a Class 4A state championship in 2002 and 5A state runnerup finish in 2008. He also finished with 597 career victories.
“My 20 years at Carroll has been the best time of my life,” Hughes said. “The coaches, teachers, administrators and student-athletes have always been great and supportive. The friends and relationships that I’ve made over these 20 years has made it a great place and time. Carroll will always be a very special place to me.”
Since he arrived in 1997, Hughes led the Dragons to the playoffs in 19 of his 20 seasons and 70 rounds of the state playoffs. Hughes led Carroll’s transition from 4A to 5A as the program maintained its status as a state powerhouse.
Hughes coached for 30 seasons and also had head coaching stops at Dallas Jefferson and Cedar Hill.
Other highlights include numerous drafted and college players – Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Ross Stripling and recently-graduated shortstop Hudson Sanchez, who became the highest drafted player in school history when he was selected recently No. 24 overall by the Padres.
In an effort to allow tennis players to get their game on without the blistering Summer heat dragging them down, The Southlake Tennis Center is changing it’s hours!
Monday – Thursday,
8:00 A.M. – 9:00 P.M.
8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M.
8:00 A.M. – 6:00 P.M.
8:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M.
Though the weekday hours have remained unchanged, The Tennis Center will now open at 8:00 A.M. on Sundays and remain open until 2:00 P.M. allowing for play earlier in the day!
For more information, call 817-421-5605, or go to SouthlakeTennis.com