The Class AAAA No. 5 Lady Trojans (4-3) got goals from Falen Kizunga, Ashley Adams and Sarah Bryan in the chilly win.
“There was nice cold snow flurries at times, but the girls did a great rebounding after Friday night’s loss. All of them did well to step up their game and get back on track,” Carrollton coach Drew Ebensberger said.
Carrollton boys 1, Spain Park 1: The Trojans (4-2-1) drew to a 1-1 tie at Auburn, Ala., on Saturday, giving up a PK in the first half before Tyler Edwards knotted the game up with 12 minutes to go in the second half on a free kick from 25 yards out.
Carrollton has the upcoming week off and returns to action on Tuesday, March 12, when Alexander comes to Grisham Stadium.
The Bowdon High School baseball team split a pair of games at the Mary Persons Diamond Dawg Challenge on Saturday, shutting out Peach County, 8-0, and falling to Eagles Landing Christian Academy, 6-0.
Red Devil senior Dylan Morgan tossed a complete-game shutout in the win over the Trojans, allowing just two hits with 10 strikeouts. Offensively, Slade Parmer went 3-for-3 with a home run, while Tyler McDaniel (3-for-4), Ben Vance (2-for-4) and Curt Eidson (2-for-4) also had multiple-hit efforts.
In the opener against ELCA, the Red Devils (3-1) were no-hit, as freshman Matt Gresham worked six innings, allowing five runs on five hits with three strikeouts. Connor McCray allowed a run on no hits in the seventh.
Dunwoody 1, Carrollton 0: Playing their third game in three days, the Trojans (3-1) suffered the one-run setback to the Wildcats on Saturday at Cole Field.
Ty Wood was the tough-luck loser in the pitcher’s duel, yielding the game’s only run in 5.1 innings of work, fanning seven. Christopher Hicks tossed 1.2 innings of shutout ball with two strikeouts to keep the Trojans within striking distance.
Offensively, Hicks (1-for-3), John Gaiter (1-for-3) and Cain Sauls (1-for-3) accounted for the Carrollton hits.