Records are made to be broken. At Carroll, they seem to come up with regularity regarding every sport. The 2012 girls soccer team set a single-season school record for wins with 25.The 2013 edition eclipsed that and set a new record with its 26th win last Friday. The Lady Dragons (26-2) defeated El Paso Franklin in the Class 5A Region I area round, 4-0, at Grande Communications Stadium in Midland.But Carroll standards aren’t about the big win totals as long as there is some state championship hardware to go with it.“[The 26 wins] wasn’t something we talked about,” coach Matt Colvin said. “We weren’t focused on that. We just talked about making the playoffs, winning a district championship, making the regional tournament and winning a state championship. We’ve done two of the four so far.”Carroll advanced to the Region I quarterfinal round Tuesday at Dragons Stadium against fellow District 4-5A opponent Keller Timber Creek with a berth to the regional tournament at stake,The Lady Dragons took care of business against El Paso Franklin because of a quick start led by Julia Dyche, who scored two goals. She set the pace. Meghan Murphy and Grace Cory scored the others.For Dyche, there appeared to be a sense of relief because she could not contribute like she did in 2012. She hurt her knee during the playoffs and missed the Region I quarterfinal match against Flower Mound Marcus. Carroll lost that game in a shootout.“I think if we had her against Marcus, that would have made a difference,” Colvin said, “But she has a lot of energy. She’s excited and she wants to contribute. She got started the right way for us.”Eat at Joe’sIf you’re a fan of the old Warner Brothers cartoons that feature Bugs Bunny, there’s always a punch line about eating at Joe’s. Who knows what that meant? But the symbolism can sometimes help karma.When the Lady Dragons traveled to Midland last week, they left Thursday, stayed overnight in Big Spring and ate at the only Italian restaurant in the city. The name? Joe’s.“It’s very similar to the place the team eats at in Southlake,” Colvin said. “Big Spring was a nice community. It was kind of pretty out there with some of the mountains.”Well, if the Lady Dragons were fortunate to get through the Keller Timber Creek match, they know the routine. They would travel out to Midland to play in the Region I tournament. Colvin said they would probably stay in Big Spring again.Plus, they are familiar with the stadium and the field. The playing surface at Grande Communications sits in a bowl setting. Carroll would face the winner of Grapevine-Hebron in the semifinal at noon on Friday. The championship match is set for noon Saturday.Briefly…The chances of defender Kaylon McKelvey (stress fracture) returning appear to be more and more remote. Colvin said she was still wearing a boot and hasn’t gone through any conditioning drills in about one month … Meanwhile, Sophie Groff appears to be playing without any discomfort from the tweaked LCL she suffered a couple of weeks ago, Colvin said.