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Wrestling Rankings
Signing Day Frenzy Top 25
Wrestling Notebook
NSD Frenzy
Rankings Rundown
Mike Rogers
Score Poll
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How many touchdowns did Campbell safety Mike Rogers rush for in 2013? 
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Tuesday's answer:
North Gwinnett DE Dante Sawyer passed for and caught a touchdown this season.



1. Archer

2. Camden County

3. Collins Hill

4. Chattahoochee

5. Grayson

6. North Forsyth

7. South Forsyth

8. North Gwinnett

9. Etowah

10. Mountain View



1. Pope

2. Woodland-Cartersville

3. Cambridge

4. Allatoona

5. Creekview

6. Ware County

7. Whitewater

8. Ola

9. Effingham County

10. Clarke Central


Class AAAA

1. Gilmer

2. Lumpkin County

3. Lithonia

4. Alexander

5. Cass

6. Carrollton

7. Glenn Hills

8. Chestatee

9. Marist

10. South Effingham


Class AAA

1. Buford

2. Banks County

3. Morgan County

4. Woodward Academy

5. Sonoraville

6. St. Pius X

7. Elbert County

8. Oconee County

9. North Hall

10. Blessed Trinity


Class AA

1. Jefferson

2. Bremen

3. Social Circle

4. Toombs County

5. Greater Atlanta Christian

6. Lovett

7. East Laurens

8. Spencer

9. Pepperell

10. Westminster


Class A

1. Commerce

2. Gordon Lee

3. Turner County

4. Darlington

5. Mt. Zion-Carroll

6. Holy Innocents'

7. Athens Christian

8. Strong Rock Christian

9. Mount Vernon

10. Eagle's Landing Christian



1. Nick Chubb


2. Lorenzo Carter


3. Nick Ruffin


4. Bryson Allen-Williams


5. Dante Sawyer


6. Cortez McDowell


7. Korie Rogers


8. Wesley Green


9. Mike Rogers


10. Orlando Brown


11. Detric Dukes


12. Nate Brown


13. Andrew Williams


14. Kendarius Webster


15. Allen Artis


16. Demarquis Gates


17. Kevin Mouhon


18. Elisha Shaw


19. Treyvon Paulk


20. Myles Autry


21. Taariq Shabazz


22. Kendall Baker


23. C.J. Leggett


24. Grant Haley


25. Evan Berry


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Wednesday, January 29, 2014

by Stephen Black
Lithonia, Collins Hill, Cambridge win meets

Fresh off its DeKalb County championship on Jan. 18, Lithonia won the Last

Photo by Rob Saye

Man Standing meet at Luella Saturday. The Bulldogs featured three weight class champions in Kirkglen Hudson, Shamel Findley and Chris Nelson. Lithonia nipped second-place Marist 195-185. while Meadowcreek came in third with 144.5, Luella took fourth with 140.5 and Lakeside-DeKalb came in fifth with 136 points. Fourteen teams competed in the event. 


Lithonia and Marist will face each other again at the area tournament at Marist this weekend. 


Collins Hill won the Blue Devil Brawl Saturday at Marietta behind six individual champions and 145 total team points. Roswell took second with 118 points and four champions while the host Blue Devils took third with 82 points. Grayson (71 points) and Berkmar (53) rounded out the top five. 


Cambridge won the North Metro meet at Brookwood Friday, a meet that featured 13 teams, some which were divided into sub teams. The Bears had a meet-best four weight class champions (J.R. Salemi, Brandon Filosi, Will Britain and Malik McNeil). Ola's A-team came in second with 141, 57 points shy of the Bears, while Lowndes finished third with 116. Brookwood (115 points) and Locust Grove (105) rounded out the top five. 


North Hall won the Hall County Duals by taking the last three matches from Chestatee, all by pins. The Trojans were 7-0 in the meet, beating Chestatee (6-1) in the final. Flowery Branch, Gainesville, West Hall, East Hall, Johnson-Gainesville and Riverside Military all competed and finished in that order behind North Hall and Chestatee.  


Whitewater defeated Woodward Academy (44-29), Druid Hills (60-21) and Dutchtown (58-15) Wednesday at Woodward before dispatching Woodland-Henry (70-12) and Fayette County (41-25) on Senior Night Friday at home. 


Mountain View edged visiting Peachtree Ridge 31-30 on Jan. 21. The Bears' Adam Flatt (44-1), a junior 120-pounder, lost his first match of the season as he wrestled up in the 126-pound class. Flatt was beaten in a 9-6 decision by Kareem Al-Asady. In the area tournament next week, Flatt, who has been runner-ip at the area meet the past two seasons, will likely run into Collins Hill's Sean Russell, who is ranked No. 3 nationally.

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Mountain View, North Hall make rankings


Cambridge moved up to No. 3 in Class AAAAA after winning the North Metro meet at Brookwood Friday. Also in Class AAAAA, Whitewater climbed into the top five after winning five matches last week. Mountain View edged Peachtree Ridge and is now No.10 in Class AAAAAA. 


Collins Hill climbed to No. 2 in Class AAAAAA after taking the Blue Devil Brawl at Marietta Saturday. 


North Hall debuted in the Class AAA top 10 after an impressive win at the Hall County Duals. In Class AAAA, Lithonia moved into the top three after conquering the Last Man Standing meet at Luella



by Craig Sager II
Gifted Rogers a steal at the next level



Mike Rogers is a 6-foot, 185-pounds safety committed to the University of Central Florida who did it all for the Campbell Spartans this season. The Marietta Daily Journal named the gifted playmaker Cobb County Player of the Year this season. While starting at safety and tallying 85 tackles, five forced fumbles and three interceptions, Rogers also ran the ball 197 times for 1,735 yards and 23 touchdowns and on special teams he returned 15 kickoffs for 651 yards, taking three all the way for touchdowns and returned six punts for 156 yards and a touchdown.


Rogers is one of the toughest players in the state and UCF will be able to use him in a variety of ways. Rogers tackles with authority and has incredible fundamentals and instincts.


Many people who have seen the three-star play in person, consider him one of the biggest steals in this year's recruiting class. His head coach Harris Rainbow told the MDJ, "I grew up in Cobb County and he's the best player this county has ever seen."


Georgia Tech is in heavy pursuit of Rogers and hopes the safety will flip on National Signing Day.




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