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Trojan wrestling well represented at GHSA Traditional Championships

By Tucker Cole - Courtesy of Times-Georgian 02/15/2024, 1:30pm EST

The Carrollton High School wrestling programs will be sending a large number of student-athletes to compete at the Georgia High School Association’s Traditional (Individual) Wrestling State Championships this week at the Macon Centreplex, February 15-17.

Carrollton’s boys wrestling team qualified eight competitors for the 7A tournament. By weight class these are (106) Sutton White, (126) Judah White, (132) Wesley Loftin, (138) Buck Merritt, (150) George Carden, (157) Connor Stephens, (165) Ben Cleek and (285) Jacob Levy. Levy will look to defend his state championship from last season.

As for the two-time defending state duals champions, Carrollton’s girls team qualified six competitors for state, including (130) Bailey Moore, (135) Maggie Dudley, (140) Madison Cooley, (145) Johana Mejia, (170) Sierha Lopes and (190) Journey Gray.

Both girls and boys traditional state championship tournaments will be held at the Macon Centreplex this Thursday through Saturday.

On Thursday and Friday, for boys classes 1A, 3A, 5A and 7A, weigh-in time is at 8 a.m., and for classes 2A, 4A, 6A and girls, weigh-in time is at 1 p.m. On Saturday, for all who qualify, weigh-in will be at 7 a.m. Consolation semifinals and finals are set to begin at 9:30 a.m.

State final rounds for all classes are slated to take place Saturday as soon as consolation rounds have concluded.

Trojan Basketball takes two from Westlake

By Matt Skinner 02/01/2024, 9:15am EST

ATLANTA, GA — Looking to hold first place in Region 2-AAAAAAA, the Carrollton High School boys and girls basketball teams traveled to Westlake Tuesday night for a crucial region matchup.

The Trojan girls started strong, leading at halftime 28-15. The offense picked up in the second half for both teams, but the Trojans maintained control, winning 57-48. Miyah Holmes led the team with 19 points, and Madison Swint finished with 14 points and 13 rebounds. The Lady Trojans have now won 20 games in a row for just the third time in school history (2006-07 and 2020-21) and are holding opponents to an average of 34 points per game.

The Trojan boys needed overtime to pull out a thrilling 68-67 victory over Westlake. Senior Dorian Jordan hit a clutch three-pointer with seconds remaining to send the game to overtime. Despite four players fouling out and playing without a starter due to illness, the Trojans held on and secured the win. O'Brien Watkins led the Trojans with 27 points, and Hudson Blackmon added 11 points in the victory.

Both teams remain in control of their destiny for the No. 1 seed in the region tournament. They will hit the road on Friday for their final region road game against the Campbell Spartans. The girls tip-off is at 6:00 p.m., followed by the boys at 7:30 p.m.

CUTLINE: Senior point guard Eli Pippins jumps and passes the ball off while being heavily guarded by a Westlake defender. The Trojan boys pull out a thrilling 68-67 overtime victory over Westlake.

CUTLINE: Trojan junior guard Madison Reese shoots a floater in the paint for the Lady Trojans. The Lady Trojans have now won 20 games in a row for just the third time in school history (2006-07 and 2020-21) and are holding opponents to an average of 34 points per game.

Carrollton High School will host the Georgia High School Association Girls Wrestling Duals Championships at the University of West Georgia Coliseum on Friday and Saturday. The Trojans, who secured the inaugural GHSA Girls title last year at the Buford Arena, aim to defend their championship with four more victories. In the opening round on Friday afternoon, starting around 2:00 pm, the Trojans will go head-to-head against Meadowcreek. The Trojans will wrestle once more on Friday night after their first match. If the team wins both matches on Friday, they will advance to the semifinal round on Saturday at 9:00 am and earn a chance to compete in the state championship match. For more information about the GHSA State Meet, visit

Pictured is Senior Bella Moore slamming her opponent at the Gilmer Invitational earlier this year.



Varsity Girls Head Coach

HELEN AKINS, Varsity Girls Asst. Coach

THOMAS KEITH, Varsity Girls Asst. Coach

KEVIN LUCAS,  Varsity Girls Asst. Coach