Sam Barge initiated the scoring for the Trojans on a three-yard run, which was followed by a Thomas Culwell extra point for the early 7-0 lead.
LaDamion Hunt then got in on the action with a 55-yard punt return for a score, touchdown runs of 57 and 40 yards and finally a 75-yard touchdown run to close out his prolific day.
Defensively, Josh Pierce recorded a safety and Culwell added an interception for Carrollton.
Carrollton will play host to Bay Springs next Thursday at 4:30 p.m. in the ‘Big School’ championship.
In other prep football action from Thursday:
Bay Springs Middle School 12, Central 8: The Bobcats advanced to the championship game in a defensive struggle, as it shut out the Lions after giving up a score on the opening drive of the game.
Tate Dumas, Anthony Johnson and Travon Crowder led the Bay Springs defense, while both of the team’s scores came after fumble recoveries on special teams.
Jayland Alphabet scored just before the end of the first half on a seven-yard pass from Jarred Wright. Later in the fourth quarter, Alphabet scored on a five-yard run to seal the victory.
Bremen Middle School 28, Villa Rica 14: The Blue Devils knocked off the Cats to advance to the ‘Small School’ championship game, where they will play host to Heard County next Thursday.
Brent Dobbs had rushing touchdowns of 80 and 90 yards for the Blue Devils, while Nick Voiles added touchdowns runs of three and four yards. Voiles also had a two-point conversion, as did Peyton Teems.
Villa Rica 9th grade 22, Douglas County 6: The Wildcats (4-2) got three touchdown passes from Tye Hill, who hooked up with Kris Ballenger from 50 yards out, Yassar El-Amin on a 40-yard strike and Emmerick Foster on a 10-yard touchdown completion. Matt Ellison and Kaleb Kosper scored two-point conversions for VR.
Devon Montgomery and Chandler Zackary led the Cats defensively.
Carrollton 9th grade 20, New Manchester 14: The Trojans (5-1) got a pair of one-yard touchdown runs from Jett Driver and a five-yard touchdown run by Conrad Jackson, who was named the Offensive Player of the Game.
Mitch McClendon recorded an interception on defense and Mike Boykin was selected as the Defensive Player of the Game.
Carrollton wraps up its season next Thursday at Sandy Creek.
New Manchester 7, Carrollton JV 2: The Jaguars scored on a long run on the first play from scrimmage and the Carrollton defense held them scoreless the rest of the way. The Trojans (5-1), however, were unable to get on the board offensively in their final game of the season.
Prep Cross Country
The Oak Mountain Academy boys cross country team won the Region 4-AA championship on Thursday to qualify for the Class AA state meet at Darton College in Albany.
Wade Mason finished in second place for the Warriors, while Blake Mason took sixth.
The OMA girls finished in second place, with McKena Lipham winning the individual region title, while Jordan Francis came in third and Sophie Binns took eighth.
The OMA volleyball team qualified for the state playoffs for the first time in school history, earning the No. 2 seed. The Lady Warriors will play host to First Presbyterian Academy out of Hinesville on Saturday at 2 p.m.