Cindy, ours get carried away playing in the yard as well
You are on the right track by stopping play when they are in 'no go' zones. One thing I've found useful is to provide them with toys for the yard that multiple dogs can play with. If they are into something I do not want them to touch I'll just call them to me and give them one of the toys or distract them so they forget about what they were doing. If it persits they come inside for 5 minutes to calm down. We have had to work out what we feel is acceptable outside and what is not, and then work out what we want them to do or play with instead of wrecking things. The toys are not necessarily dog toys and some are things I've made up for them to play with - like a thick rope hanging off a tree for tug.
In fairness to them we have things outside they can play with and wreck - that is half the fun of having other doggy playmates
Ours have an area they can dig in, bits of the garden I don't mind pulled out or squashed etc, and area of lawn for wrestle games ....