Lake Dallas Falcons | Sports
Dave Campbell's Texas Football Live talks Denton-area football
The fine folks at Dave Campbell's Texas Football needed a fill-in guest to co-host Wednesday's episode of DCTF Live, so I jumped on the opportunity and, alongside the great Max Thompson, was able to highlight our football-rich area, including Guyer, Ryan and Argyle, as well as other strong programs.
Football: Falcons’ Boyce signs with Texas
Signing notebook: Day features commitments from area sports
Boys Basketball: Argyle dominates 9-4A all-district team
Argyle was well-represented on the District 9-4A all-district team, this after a dominating regular season that led to the Eagles winning 33 games and making a run to their first state tournament since 2012.
Baseball/softball roundup: Lions’ Scott tosses one-hitter in win over S&S Consolidated
The Lady Broncos pushed seven runs across in the fourth and added three in the fifth to end the game early via run rule.
Baseball roundup: Canuteson fans 16 Bengals in Ryan win
CORINTH -- Lake Dallas scored six runs in the first and rode a strong pitching performance from Tyler Duffey to knock off Carrollton Newman Smith 11-1.
Lady Falcons blanked in 14-5A opener
Newman Smith (3-4, 1-0 district) exploited that inexperience, breaking open a scoreless game when Wesley picked up a long pass into Lake Dallas territory and outran the Lady Falcon defense to create a one-on-one with the goalkeeper.
Volleyball: All-district lists honor area standouts
In District 11-4A, Aubrey’s Micayla Porter was voted most valuable setter and freshman teammate Kaia Saylor was named newcomer of the year.
Lady Falcons eliminated
And after three hotly contested sets that left the Lady Falcons in a must-win fourth set, they finally ran out of gas, as Reedy beat Lake Dallas 25-20, 23-25, 25-20, 25-16 in the bi-district round of the Class 5A Region II playoffs to advance to play the Hallsville-Wylie East winner.