Sitting in his office last Wednesday afternoon, Tim Criswell was reflecting on collecting career win No. 600 as the boys' head basketball coach at Carrollton High School when his train of thought suddenly shifted and a smile lit up on his face.
After battling through multiple tournaments over the holidays, the Carrollton High School boys’ basketball team is looking to storm back into Region 7-AAAAA strong tonight at 7:30 p.m. when hitting the road to face Woodland, Cartersville.
Shon Thomaston didn’t know if sophomore De’Mauri Flournoy would be available to play against Pebblebrook High School in the Carrollton Christmas Tournament championship on Criswell Court on Saturday night.
While Friday’s battle with Newnan was nowhere near its sharpest performance, the Carrollton High School girls’ basketball team still managed to claim a spot in the Carrollton Christmas Tournament championship game with a 41-33 victory.
The No. 10 Trojans (5-2, 4-0) attacked the Colonels (3-7, 1-4) from the opening tip with the first half scoring efforts of Ricky Rodriguez and Marcellious Lockett allowing them to take a commanding 39-17 lead into halftime.
The East Carrollton Recreational Center was once again the site of the ‘Trojan Wars’ on Saturday as the Carrollton High School wrestling team welcomed 11 other teams for the annual December tournament.
A season removed from posting a 24-7 record and making an appearance in the Class AAAAA state quarterfinals, the Carrollton High School girls' basketball team tipped off its 2018-19 campaign with a 51-33 victory over Fayette County on Saturday, Nov. 24, on Criswell Court.
Former Carrollton High School football standout Jaylan Thomas was recognized for his stellar freshman campaign at Elon last week by being named the Colonial Athletic Association’s Offensive Rookie of the Year.
For the third year in a row, the Carrollton High School football team’s Class AAAAA state championship aspirations were spoiled with a loss in the third round. The third-seeded Trojans (10-3) closed their season in disappointing fashion on Friday night with a 48-3 loss on the road to Stockbridge High School in the state playoff quarterfinals.
Hosting fourth-seeded Loganville in the second round of the Class AAAAA state playoffs on a chilly night in Grisham Stadium, the third-seeded Carrollton High School football team caught fire offensively in the first two quarters and held on for a 29-6 victory on Friday night.
All week long, the Carrollton High School football coaching staff made it impossible for their team to forget what happened the last time Hiram came to Grisham Stadium. White paper signs all throughout the field house -- as well as Carrollton's scoreboard -- displayed the score of last season's 41-14 loss to the Hornets throughout the week.
The Carrollton High School football team clinched a spot in the Class AAAAA state playoffs with its dismantling of Paulding County last week, but postseason seeding will be on the line when the Trojans welcome Hiram to Grisham Stadium for the regular-season finale at 7:30 tonight.
With runners around the state set to descend upon the Carrollton City Schools campus for the 2018 GHSA Cross Country State Championships this weekend, the host school will have a team gunning for state glory within the field.
DALLAS- Itching to get the two-week bitter taste of a home loss to No. 10 Kell out of their mouths, the Carrollton High School football team stormed back into action with a 56-0 dismantling of Paulding County at Dave Hardin Stadium on Friday.