Kenyata Hendrix was the only Lady Trojan (9-2) to reach double figures with 10 points, while Brooklyn Emory added eight points in the loss.
“They were just a really solid team in all facets of the game. I don’t really know, even if we played our best, if we could have beat them. We tried everything we could to keep it respectable,” Carrollton coach Shon Thomaston said.
“It was the championship game of that tournament, which we were glad to be a part of. We just ran into a really solid team in the championship game. I hated that we couldn’t give them a little bit more resistance or competition. That’s a team from Tennessee that came to Georgia. They were good, and hat’s off to them.”
Now Carrollton will have almost a week off before opening up Region 5-AAAA play at Columbus on Friday.
In other prep basketball action from Saturday:
The Carrollton High School boys’ basketball wrapped up play at the Indian Shootout in Fort Walton Beach, Fla., on Saturday evening, but a final score was not available as of press time. The Trojans open Region 5-AAAA play on Friday at Columbus. Carrollton doesn’t have another home game until Jan. 11 when it plays host to Troup.