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Monday Hoops Scores
Boys Hoops Poll
Signing Day Frenzy Top 25
Girls Hoops Rankings
NSD Frenzy
Taariq Shabazz
Score Poll
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Trivia
Question: 
What girls hoops team handed Archer its first loss of the year to an in-state team?
 
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Monday's answer:
Kennesaw State football currently has 24 scholarship commitments.


MONDAY HOOPS SCORES

Boys

 

Calvary Day 57, Claxton 54

Douglass 71, Callaway 66

Fayette Co. 57, Columbus 48

Johnson 89, Chestatee 50

Marist 65, Chamblee 57

McEachern 69, So Cobb 35

Miller Grove 75, SW DeK 35

Pope 73, Creekview 69

Rome 55, East Paulding 50

Sequoyah 43, Kell 32

St. Francis 94, Walker 36

St. Pius X 47, Decatur 30

Tucker 77, Clarkston 43

Westlake 91, East Coweta 43

Whitefield Academy 74, King's Ridge Christian 57

 

Girls

 

Callaway 50, Douglass 43

Carrollton 39, Shaw 38

Columbus 47, Fayette Co 43

Gordon Lee 76, Chr Her 38

Marist 56, Chamblee 38

McEachern 44, S Cobb 38

Holy Inn 46, Strong Rock  26

Morrow 44, Druid Hills 33

No Cobb Chr 40, Marietta 32

N Forsyth 63, Chatt 24

Northview 46, Sprayberry 39

Spalding 51, North Clayton 50

St. Pius X 56, Decatur 40

Tucker 62, Clarkston 4

Villa Rica 51, S Paulding 39

Wash Co 74, Swainsboro 50

Wesleyan 60, Hapeville 5

GIRLS HOOPS RANKINGS

Class AAAAAA

1. McEachern

2. Parkview

3. Archer

4. Mountain View

5. Hillgrove

6. North Forsyth

7. Norcross

8. Westlake

9. Hughes

10. Brunswick

 

Class AAAAA

1. Southwest-DeKalb

2. Salem

3. Tucker

4. Forest Park

5. Drew

6. Stephenson

7. Hiram

8. Sequoyah

9. Osborne

10. Effingham County

 

Class AAAA

1. Redan

2. Cross Creek

3. Columbia

4. Columbus

5. Fayette County

6. Carrollton

7. Mary Persons

8. South Effingham

9. Monroe-Albany

10. Chestatee 

 

Class AAA

1. Washington County

2. Buford

3. St. Pius X

4. Tattnall County

5. Dodge County

6. Morgan County

7. Southwest-Macon

8. Beach

9. Franklin County

10. North Oconee

 

Class AA

1. Kendrick

2. Wesleyan

3. Laney

4. Pelham

5. Greater Atlanta Christian

6. Armuchee

7. Bleckley County

8. Putnam County

9. Pepperell

10. Calhoun

 

Class A

1. Holy Innocents'

2. Southwest Atlanta Christian

3. St. Francis

4. George Walton Academy

5. Randolph-Clay

6. Calvary Day

7. Gordon Lee

8. Claxton

9. Paideia

10. Darlington

#NSDFRENZY TOP 25

 

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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GIRLS HOOPS RANKINGS
McEachern, Parkview set pace in 6A

 

 

Parkview took over at No. 2 in Class AAAAAA after a 55-52 win over Archer. It marked

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the first in-state loss of the season for Archer. The Tigers fall just one place to No. 3. No. 9 Hughes dropped out of the poll with its 56-49 loss to Douglas County. Brunswick debuted at No. 10 and Douglas County moved up to No. 9.

 

In Class AAAAA, Effingham County fell out of the top 5 and dropped to No. 10 with its 50-43 to South Effingham. The Mustangs' win debuted South Effingham at No. 8 in Class AAAA. Also in Class AAAA, Chestatee dropped five spots to No. 10 after a 56-52 loss to Pickens County.

 

In Class AAA, Morgan County fell to No. 2 Buford 57-49 and slid a couple spots to No. 6 in this week's poll. In Class AA, Bleckley County lost 53-52 to Class AAA No. 5 Dodge County and will remain at No. 7. Gordon Lee was waxed by No. 2 Southwest Atlanta Christian in Class A, but bounced back with a 56-26 win over Dade County and move down from the top 5 to No. 7. 

 

SEE LEFT PANEL FOR RANKINGS



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#NSDFRENZY TOP 25
by Ricky Dimon
Cobb defensive standout fits system at Duke

 

Taariq Shabazz stands at 6-foot3 and weighs 240 pounds. He starred as a defensive end at Kennesaw Mountain and could play either that position or outside linebacker at the next level. As a junior in 2012 he compiled 16.5 tackles for loss and three sacks. A hamstring injury prevented Shabazz's senior campaign from being as productive, which contributed to Kennesaw Mountain's 2-8 record. He also wrestles for the Mustangs.

 

Shabazz committed to Duke University during the summer of 2013. He said he primarily chose the Blue Devils due to the school's academic reputation and also because of veteran defensive ends coach Rick Petri. Duke's defensive system features four down linemen, two linebackers and five defensive backs. 

 

It will allow Shabazz to line up in a two-point stance, which is his preference over putting his hand on the ground. The Acworth native also received offers from Central Florida, Cincinnati, Southern Mississippi and Vanderbilt, among others.

 

His primary strength is speed around the outside that allows him to wreak havoc in opponents' backfields. He has room on his frame to get stronger, which will be necessary for college success.



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