Carrolls first visit to the girls tennis state finals ended with finality.
The unbeaten, top-ranked Carmel Greyhounds (14-0) eliminated the Chargers (22-3) in the quarterfinals, 5-0, in a match moved indoors because of rain.
Carmel lost just one set in the match, in No. 2 doubles, where Emma Love and Mary Voigt beat Catherin Curtis and Taylor Stanchin 6-2, 4-6, 6-0.
Elsewhere, Rachel Sutton (7-5, 6-1), Ashley Hoagland (6-0, 6-2) and Jenna Jackson (6-0, 6-3) all lost in straight sets for Carroll.
WARSAW SECTIONAL: The host Tigers slipped past Triton by one stroke and Columbia City by four, winning with a team totals of 315 at Stonehenge.
Ryan Rapp of Triton took medalist honors with a 68, and Tyler Green of Columbia City was second, shooting 71.Jon Schram led Warsaw with a 76.
EAST NOBLE SECTIONAL: At Noble Hawk, Carroll shot 311 to clip host East Noble (313) and Leo (316).
Chandler Reinking of Leo shot a 71 to edge Michael Sharp of East Noble by a stroke and Garrett Leeper of Carroll and Spencer Shoemaker of DeKalb by three strokes.