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 Today, we look at the recent hires at King's Ridge Christian that brought former Parkview head coach Cecil Flowe to the Alpharetta campus. Also, we release this week's boys basketball poll. 

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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

by Craig Sager II
Flowe joins staff with LaGrange's Todd Mooney



On Monday, Class A King's Ridge Christian announced the hiring of two high-profile former head coaches that will join Tigers' head coach Jeff Pickrin as coordinators this season at the Alpharetta private school. Former Parkview head coach Cecil Flowe,

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who announced his retirement during the Panthers' 2013 season, will step in as defensive coordinator and linebackers coach this fall. Flowe led the Parkview to four state titles during his 21 years at the helm and coached the Panthers to a record 46 straight wins, according to the Georgia High School Football Historians Association, and a 197-67 all-time record.


Former LaGrange College head coach Todd Mooney, who also stepped down at the end of the 2013 season, accepted the offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coaching duties at King's Ridge after leading the LaGrange Panthers for eight seasons.


"As a program we were looking for the best men possible," said King's Ridge Christian athletic director Jason Couch. "These guys [Flowe and Mooney] fit that category as experienced coaches with great track records and are also high quality and high character men. We [the King's Ridge community] are really excited to have both of them with us."


King's Ridge will enter just its fifth season as a GHSA program this fall and has posted a 19-21 record in its first four seasons without a postseason appearance. The experience that Flowe and Mooney will bring to the sideline could get the Tigers over the hump this season and Mooney is no stranger to turnarounds. In 2008, Mooney led LaGrange to a remarkable turnaround after posting 0-10 records in each of his first two years as head coach. The 2008 Panthers finished 9-2 and earned a berth in the NCAA Division III Football Championship playoffs. The program set 164 records during the breakout year and concluded the best turnaround in NCAA Division III history.


"Todd has coached at such a high level that I think he just wanted to simplify things and just enjoy coaching and invest in the younger generation [of coaches] that is coming behind him," said Couch. "I think Cecil has been a head coach and program leader before and I think he wants to pour into players and also pour into a relatively young coaching staff."


The LaGrange offense averaged 32.4 points per game in 2013 under Mooney with an outstanding 358.1 passing yards per game. Flowe, on the other hand, built a defensive legacy in Lilburn. His Panthers shut out 47 opponents and held 124 to single digits in his 21 seasons.


King's Ridge was founded by former Atlanta Brave John Smoltz and comedian Jeff Foxworthy in 2001. Smoltz is now the chairman of the school. 

Stephenson, Calhoun enter top five


In Class AAAAAA, previously No. 4 ranked Walton dropped to No. 9 with a 72-58 loss to Milton, its first defeat of the season. Milton comes in at No. 7 after topping the Raiders and jumping to a solid 10-5 start under head coach Matt Kramer. Marietta fell to South Cobb 54-45 and drops out of the poll and McEachern replaces Grayson, which fell 48-40 to Berkmar.


Unbeaten Allatoona remains at the top of Class AAAAA, and Stephenson enters the top five

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after a 61-56 win over previous No. 5 M.L. King. No. 2 Tucker survived a 57-56 win over Mays and No. 3 Miller Grove dominated competition this week with a 91-30 route over Clarkston and a 88-36 win over Lakeside-DeKalb


In Class AAAA, No. 8 Alexander cruised to a 93-74 victory over previously No. 2 ranked Sandy Creek and moved into the top 5. The loss dropped the Patriots four spots to No. 6.


In Class AAA, Morgan County moved up to two spots to No. 7 after posting a 73-44 win over Franklin County and a 77-30 win over Jackson County. Blessed Trinity topped Cedar Grove 53-42 and sent the 8-5 Saints out of the top 10. Blessed Trinity debuts at No. 9 and Elbert County drops from No. 7 to No. 10 after a 73-68 loss to Hart County.


In Class AA, Calhoun cracks the top five after its 50-38 win over previously No. 3 ranked Model. Model slides to No. 7 in the poll. Previously No. 10 ranked Northeast-Macon dropped out of the poll and is replaced by Crawford County, who moved to 11-3 with its 72-59 win over Northeast.


In Class A, previous No. 4 Landmark Christian's 78-73 loss to Hapeville Charter dropped the War Eagles to No. 5. Greenforest Christian moves up to the new No. 4 with a 62-18 win over Paideia and a 51-42 win over Westminster.  







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