SOUTHLAKE -- Southlake Carroll's offense continued its hot streak as the Dragons rolled over Keller Timber Creek 65-7 in District 4-5A at Dragon Stadium.
In a season marked by spectacular Carroll offensive displays, this one might have been the best. Carroll's starting offense scored 42 points in a little more than 15 minutes.
Carroll (4-1, 2-0) has scored 34 or more points in four consecutive games.. The Dragons didn't go more than four minutes without scoring, including one span of three scores in 1:32.
Ryan Agnew took a bubble screen 42 yards down the left side to cap an eight-play drive, the longest of the night for the first team offense.
After the Falcons (1-4, 1-1) punted, Carroll marched 51 yards with help from a Timber Creek personal foul after Agnew was stopped short of a first down. A.J. Ezzard later punched in from two yards to put the Dragons up 14-0.
Kenny's Hill's 33-yard TD run and his later 7-yard pass to Tanner Jacobsen made it 28-0. J.B Copeland's interception of Timber Creek's Taylor Jones set Carroll up in the red zone.
With the score 42-0 and 8:53 left in the second quarter, running back Ezzard took a seat after rushing 128 yards and two TDs on 15 carries. The rest of the starting offense soon joined him.
Agnew moved to quarterback on the final drive of the first half and for most of the second half. He rushed for two TDs to extend Carroll's lead.
Amid the offensive fireworks provided by Carroll's offense in the last few games, it has been easy to overlook the defense, which also has been impressive this season.
It came within 2:13 of pitching a third consecutive shutout.
Timber Creek's Anthony Millsap scored on a quarterback sneak for his team' only points, snapping a streak of 182 minutes in which Carroll had not yielded a touchdown.
For the game, the Falcons mustered only 156 total yards and were victimized by two turnovers in their own territory and a safety.
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