Varsity Dragons defeat McKinney 3-2 in season opener!


D. Asdi gets the W tonight stopping 23 of 25 SOG.

Dragon offense scored on 3 of their 37 SOG. B.Mondou (assisted by B.Flett and D.Sawicki) started the scoring in the 1st, but McKinney rebounds, ending the first period in a tie. Dragons B.Flett (unassisted) capitalize on a Power Play to end the second period with a 2-1 lead. McKinney again comes back to tie the game in the third period. A late third period goal by B.Mondou (unassisted) puts the Dragons up 3-2, and they hang on to the lead for the Win!

The Varsity Dragons next game is Thursday, September 26 at 7:00 at the Euless StarCenter.


Go Dragons!


Dragon Hockey Looking To Continue Success From Past Season


Dragon Hockey has been working hard to prepare for the upcoming season. Players and Coaches are hoping the momentum they built last season will continue. A quick look in the rearview mirror will show you three Championship trophies from 2019 – Summer, City, and State. Beyond those, a State Title and Nationals appearance in 2018, and a State Finalist and Nationals appearance in 2017. You could say expectations are high.


“Defend the Tradition. We talk about the motto all the time”, says Dragon Head Coach, Knute Anderson. “The Tradition is a real thing to all athletes wearing a Dragon crest”.


Coach Anderson also states “We have a 36 game winning streak. We lost to Denton County on October 18, and have not lost since. The top 8 goal scorers from last year return this year so we feel offensively we will be very strong.”


The Dragons will play in the pre-season Leveling Tournament on September 7 and 8.


Varsity Gold schedules can be found here http://starcenter.hockeyshift.com/stats#/31/schedule?team_id=62948

JV Silver schedule can be found here http://starcenter.hockeyshift.com/stats#/31/schedule?team_id=62982


Go Dragons!


Dragons win!

Undefeated Dragons take 2019 HS Varsity Summer League Championship!

Dragons beat rival Denton County 4-2

Scoring for the Dragons: Mondou 2G, Yonce 2G, Tice 2A, Preston 2A, Davis 1A

Thanks for an awesome summer team!

2019-2020 Dragon Hockey Registration

SCHA is excited to announce registration for the is open for the 2019-2020 season.


You will need a new 2019-20 USA hockey number prior to registering.


The link for USA Hockey is: https://www.usahockeyregistration.com/login_input.action

Link to register for 2019-2020 season is: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1b9p5UVR9ymgFAHtcoWHIooNseZXOpgDc9Xz8N0wkJtQ/edit


Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.



Senior Skate 2019

Head Coach Knute Anderson hosted a Senior skate Thursday night May 4th honoring this year and last years Varsity teams.

This was the last time the team will skate together. Seniors and Asst. Coach Scott Adams will be moving on.

Thanks for an awesome season players and coaches.

Dragons make their presence known at America’s Showcase


Dragon Hockey players Pete Adams, Julian Gonzalez, Ben Mondou, Noah Preston as well as former player Ryan Hooks represented SCHA playing for Team Texas in America's Showcase St. Louis.

America's Showcase is a Tournament that allows outstanding High School Juniors and Seniors the opportunity to be scouted and continue their hockey career after high school.

Team Texas ended up second overall in the tournament and went 3-2-1 . The team avenged an OT loss with a pool play win over Team Illinois to advance to the Finals. Team Texas fell short in the finals with a 9-2 loss but had a good showing overall.

Per Coach Knute, “I’ve been to this tournament for several years but this is the best showing by a Texas team.”

Good Job Dragons!


Dragons enjoying the offseason


Dragon Hockey players Dan Sawicki, Cam Courson, Julian Gonzalez, Cam Davis, Hunter Haack, and Andy Baek enjoy some Airsoft fun.

Thanks to the Haack family for organizing such a fun day.


Dragons invade AAC

The Dallas Stars recognized the HS Hockey League All Academic and MVP recipients on 04/2/2019.

Dragon Hockey players recognized were P.Adams, N.Preston, and B.Mullins.

Dragons win 2019 City Championship


Dragons defeat Denton County 4-1 to win Varsity Silver City Championship.

The Dragons goet on the Board first with a goal by N.Preston, assisted by B.Mondou; finish the first period with a 1-0 lead.

The second period was all Dragons with a goal by D.Hamilton, assisted by B.Mondou and P.Adams.

The third period found the Dragons outshot by the Spartans, but a PPG by J.Arnold, assisted by B.Mondou, and another goal mid-way through the period by D.Hamilton, assisted by N.Preston and P.Adams secured the Dragons lead.

Goaltender B.Mullins had a near-perfect game, facing 32 SOG and allowing only 1 goal late in the third period.


Dragons Senior Night

Dragons win!

The Varsity Dragons defeated Keller 3-2 in a Senior Night shootout.

The Dragons’ offense was relentless, outshooting Keller 43-16. B.Mondou started the scoring for the Dragons, but Keller came back to tie the game and then take the lead. A late 3rd period goal by D.Hamilton tied the game at 2-2.

The tied game went directly to a shootout. It took 4 shooters for the Dragons Win. Scoring in the shootout was P.Adams, B.Mondou, and N.Preston. Goaltender B.Mullins was solid in the shootout allowing only 1 goal by Keller.

Thanks to all of our fans for making this a special night.


2019 Dragon Seniors

25 - Pete Adams

26 - Ben Dackiw

70 - Brayden Mullins

Dragons win State!


Southlake Carroll Dragons defeat Denton County Spartans for state title.


The Dragons defeated the Spartans today, also the 3rd time in 4 days, to capture the Silver State Championship. Dragons 4 Spartans 1.

Scoring for the Dragons today: J.Arnold assisted by J.Gonzalez, N. Preston unassisted short-handed goal, D.Sawicki assisted by J.Gonzales, and D.Hamilton assisted by P. Adams.

D.Asdi had another stellar game in net, stopping 23 of 24 SOG today. He finished the weekend with only 1 Goal Against on 46 SOG in 2 games.

As one might expect when playing the same team 3 times in 4 days, and the Championship is at stake, tension was high and penalties were plentiful. But again, Southlake had the lowest number of Penalty Minutes. Another interesting statistic, the Dragons were 100% on the Penalty Kill.

Tournament info and scoring click here