2018-2019 Dragon Football Gameday Information

Carroll ISD is excited for another wonderful season of Dragon Football. Friday nights under the lights of Dragon Stadium are a special experience that brings together Dragon Nation in one place. Below is information on tickets, parking, tailgating and more as the Dragons prepare to kickoff this season. Gates will open at 5:30 and kick off will be at 7:00

Tickets

Purchase Tickets Online Through Etix. Pre-game General Admission $6 adult and $4 students. Tickets can be ordered here before the game.

Pre-sale tickets will be on sale at 3 locations:

Dragon Stadium Ticket Office
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 8:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Friday: 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Carroll Senior High School and Carroll High School
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Tickets will also be available at the gate on Friday night. ALL GENERAL ADMISSION TICKETS AT THE GATE ARE $8

Parking

Parking will be $3 per spot. There will be volunteers working the gates to collect the charge.

Tailgating 

Areas in Yellow are Tailgating Areas

CISD appreciates that tailgating at Dragon Stadium is one of our many great traditions. Carroll ISD needs your cooperation. In order to generate additional parking for ALL Dragon fans, the East side of the home parking lot and the far outside perimeters of the lot are designated as our official tailgating areas.

Anyone wanting to reserve a place to tailgate in these designated areas may reserve up to 4 parking spots. Volunteers will come by each area to collect fees for each spot being used or reserved. In addition, all cars entering the parking lot must pay a parking fee. Paid reserved spots do not cover the parking costs for other cars that have not arrived. As the 7:00 kickoff approaches, please remove items from as many parking spots as possible to allow other Dragon fans to park. There will be ABSOLUTELY NO TAILGATING IN THE DRAGON ZONE. Any effort to reserve a spot in the Dragon Zone will be picked up by stadium personnel.

Finally, always make safety a priority. Do not allow children to ride through the parking lot in golf carts and monitor them at all times. Thank you for your past and future cooperation with the tailgating procedures. It helps ensure a great experience for all supporters and fans of Carroll Dragon Football.

Recycling Program
We are very proud of our partnership with Ozarka and their focus on recycling.  During tonight’s game, be on the lookout for recycling bins.
 
Bags 
No backpacks or large duffel bags are allowed. Only purses and tote bags are allowed in the stadium. Purses and tote bags are subject to be searched.
 
Spirit Signs
Spirit signs must be made of cloth/vinyl with permanent paint that does not run when wet. Signs must be tied to the stadium railing. No paper or painted signs. Taping of signs to any stadium structure will not be permitted.
 
Radio Broadcast
Friday night’s game will be broadcast live on KWRD 100.7 FM. Chuck Kelly and Justin Padron on the call. For more information click here.

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Dragon Football Opens Season with Win

The Dragons traveled to the Gopher-Warrior Bowl to take on the South Grand Prairie Warriors for the first time ever in football Thursday night. After a scoreless first half, the Dragons, behind outstanding defensive play and a late-game flurry of scoring, went on to win the first game of the 2018 football season.

The second half opened up and the Dragons found the end zone quickly when defensive lineman Alex Kingston stepped in front of an SGP screen pass, picked it off, and took it in for the first Dragon points of the season. The Dragons would convert a two-point conversion and take an 8-0 lead.

The Warriors would tie the score and send the game into the final quarter knotted up at 8 a piece, but the Dragon offense would show up in full force to close the game out.

Senior running back T.J. McDaniel would find the end zone on a short run eluding multiple tacklers and put the Dragons up 15-8 early in the fourth. After a Joe McFadden field goal, quarterback Will Bowers sealed the victory with a 69-yard touchdown run late in the fourth quarter.

The Dragons would go on to win game one of the 2018 season by a final score of 25-8. Bowers finished with a game-high 97 yards rushing. McDaniel ended with 89 yards on 24 carries and one touchdown. The Dragon defense had three interceptions on the game.

The Dragons will open the home portion of their schedule next Friday night at Dragon Stadium versus Colleyville Heritage. Kickoff will be at 7 p.m.

(*Photo Courtesy of Dragon Media)

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Registration Is Open for Men’s Flag Football & Over 35 Softball!

Round up your friends, family and coworkers for some exercise and friendly competition!

Men’s Over 35 Softball

Players must be 35 by the start of the season, September 10, 2018, but teams may have up to 4 players between the ages of 30 and 34. All games are held Monday evenings at the Bob Jones Softball Complex. Teams are responsible for providing their own jerseys. Game balls will be provided.

Registration Closes: September 5
Cost per Team: $300
Managers Meeting: September 6
Season Dates: September 10 – October 29
League Playoffs: November 5 (Top teams only)
Rain-out Dates: November 19 & 26

Click here to register online.

Men’s Flag Football

It’s time to start assembling your dream team! Southlake’s fall flag football league is open to men ages 18 and up. Rosters can include up to 20 players.Men playing flag football

Registration Closes: September 7
Cost per Team: $330
Managers Meeting: September 18
Season Dates: September 22 – October 27
League Playoffs: November 3 (Top teams only)
Rain-out Dates: October 25 & November 1

Click here to register online.

If you have any questions, please call Southlake Parks and Recreation at (817) 748-8019.

Cancellation Policy: Programs and leagues that do not meet minimum registration requirements two business days prior to their scheduled start time will be canceled.

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Save the Date -2018 Dragon Football Community Pep Rally

Mark your calendars now for the 2018 Dragon Football Community Pep Rally, presented by Mark Jameson’s Allstate Insurance, on August 25. The event will kick off at 6 p.m. at Dragon Stadium

The award-winning Emerald Belles, Dragon Band, Dragon Cheer, and Carroll Crew will be on hand to perform and meet fans in attendance.

There will be activities for the entire family including specialty food trucks, a Kid’s Zone area, Dragon Football autograph tents and a silent auction.

The Pep Rally will begin at 8:00. Be sure to be in your seat to cheer on Dragon Football as the team is announced to the community.

Be sure to purchase the official 2018 Community Pep Rally shirt. For more information, or  email 2018DragonTeamMoms@gmail.com

 

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Register Now for Men’s Spring Flag Football

The NFL season may be over, but flag football is just heating up! It’s time to start building your team for the City of Southlake’s spring adult flag football league.

Adults benefit just as much as kids do from playing sports. Not only does playing a sport provide a challenging full-body workout, but it’s also been proven to boost mood, decrease stress and strengthen teamwork and problem-solving skills. Most importantly, playing with friends and family is a great way to fit some fun into your weekly routine!

The City of Southlake’s spring flag football league is open to players ages 18 and up. Rosters can include up to 20 players. The cost is $330 per team, and teams must provide their own jerseys.

Important Dates

Registration Closes: March 16, 2018
Coaches Meeting: March 20, 2018
Season Dates: March 24 – May 5, 2018
League Tournament: May 12 and May 19, 2018

You can register online or in person at 1400 Main Street, Suite 210. Please call Southlake Parks and Recreation at 817-748-8019 if you would like more information.

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Registration Is Now Open for Spring Youth Volleyball and Flag Football

Register now to secure your child’s spot in one of City of Southlake’s spring youth athletic programs, including youth volleyball and Under the Lights flag football.

Spring Youth Volleyball

Join the City of Southlake in this recreational youth volleyball league designed for girls ages 6-12. Jerseys will be provided and a set rotation will be utilized to ensure all players receive equal playing time. All teams will play an 8-game season plus playoffs. All players must register as individuals (no teams). Girl serving volleyball in Southlake youth volleyball league

Registration Closes: February 23, 2018
Coaches Meeting: March 6, 2018
Practice Begins: Week of March 19
Season Dates: March 24 – May 5
League Tournament: Week of May 7

Register for spring youth volleyball online or in person at 1400 Main Street, Suite 210.

Under the Lights Youth Flag Football

City of Southlake is proud to partner with Under Armour for our spring 2018 youth flag football program, Under the Lights. Under the Lights is a co-ed league for 1st through 8th graders. There will be 8 regular season games in a 6 vs. 6 format. Practice is held one hour before each game, which is great for kids who play multiple sports!Kids high five after a good game of flag football

Registration Closes: February 16, 2018
Season Dates: March 22 – May 18
1st – 6th Grade Games: Fridays 5PM – 9PM
K, 7th and 8th Grade Games: Thursdays 5PM – 9PM
League Tournament: May 23 & May 24

Register for Under the Lights at www.UAFlag.com. Registration closes on February 16, 2018, with limited late registration available.

If you have any questions about our spring youth athletic programs, please call Southlake Parks and Recreation at 817-748-8019.

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Registration Is Now Open for Spring Youth Volleyball and Flag Football

Register now to secure your child’s spot in one of City of Southlake’s spring youth athletic programs, including youth volleyball and Under the Lights flag football.

Spring Youth Volleyball

Join the City of Southlake in this recreational youth volleyball league designed for girls ages 6-12. Jerseys will be provided and a set rotation will be utilized to ensure all players receive equal playing time. All teams will play an 8-game season plus playoffs. All players must register as individuals (no teams). Girl serving volleyball in Southlake youth volleyball league

Registration Closes: February 23, 2018
Coaches Meeting: March 6, 2018
Practice Begins: Week of March 19
Season Dates: March 24 – May 5
League Tournament: Week of May 7

Register for spring youth volleyball online or in person at 1400 Main Street, Suite 210.

Under the Lights Youth Flag Football

City of Southlake is proud to partner with Under Armour for our spring 2018 youth flag football program, Under the Lights. Under the Lights is a co-ed league for 1st through 8th graders. There will be 8 regular season games in a 6 vs. 6 format. Practice is held one hour before each game, which is great for kids who play multiple sports!Kids high five after a good game of flag football

Registration Closes: February 16, 2018
Season Dates: March 22 – May 18
1st – 6th Grade Games: Fridays 5PM – 9PM
K, 7th and 8th Grade Games: Thursdays 5PM – 9PM
League Tournament: May 23 & May 24

Register for Under the Lights at www.UAFlag.com. Registration closes on February 16, 2018, with limited late registration available.

If you have any questions about our spring youth athletic programs, please call Southlake Parks and Recreation at 817-748-8019.

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Dragon Football Well Represented In All-District Honors

The Carroll Dragons finished with a 10-4 season in the Class 6A Division II state quarterfinals after falling last Saturday vs. Waco Midway. The Dragons also earned several top honors on this year’s 5-6A All-District list.

First-team Dragon selections on offense included quarterback Will Bowers, running back TJ McDaniel, receivers Cade Bell and Hudson Shrum, offensive linemen Jackson Kimble, Henry Mossberg, and Matthew Leehan and tight end Jacob Doddridge.

Safety R.J. Mickens, linebackers Michael Parrish and Ryan Thompson, and defensive end Jacob Doddridge were first-team selections on defense.

The following are all of the Dragon selections.

5-6A All-District Honors

1st Team Offense
#72 Jackson Kimble – OT
#76 Henry Mossberg – OT
#48 Jacob Doddridge TE
#55 Matthew Leehan – C
#6 Cade Bell – WR
#7 Hudson Shrum – WR
#4 TJ McDaniel – RB
#14 Will Bowers – QB

1st Team All-District Defense
#41 Michael Parrish – LB
#32 Ryan Thompson – LB
#48 Jacob Doddridge – DE
#10 RJ Mickens – S

2nd Team All-District
#65 Cameron Hataway – OL
#68 Andrej Karic – OL
#39 Matty Werner – LB
#34 Graham Faloona – LB
#13 Jake Fex – S

All-District Honorable Mention
#21 Hayden Hayes CB
#5 Wills Meyer – WR
#93 Alex Kingston – DE
#43 Preston Forney – TE
#11 Darryl Crockett – WR
#23 Joe DeVincenzo – CB
#9 Carson White – WR

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