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FINAL BASEBALL RANKINGS 
  
You can find the season's final baseball rankings in today's SHSSN on the left panel as well as the second part of Craig Sager II's story on the director's cup winners. 


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How many Director's Cup titles has Westminster won? 

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Wednesday's Answer: 
Lambert, Houston County and King's Ridge were all first-time baseball state champs this year.
FINAL BASEBALL RANKINGS

 

 

 

AAAAAA

1. Lambert

2. Milton

3. Parkview

4. Johns Creek

5. Walton

6. Kennesaw Mountain

7. Coffee

8. Luella

9. Mill Creek

10. Valdosta

 

AAAAA

1. Houston County

2. Whitewater

3. Greenbrier

4. Gainesville

5. Loganville

6. North Paulding

7. Starr's Mill

8. Stephenson

9. East Paulding

10. Harris County

 

AAAA

1. Carrollton

2. Crisp County

3. Veterans

4. Alexander

5. Walnut Grove

6. Wayne County

7. Lanier

8. Marist

9. Redan

10. Columbus

 

AAA

1. Blessed Trinity

2. Cartersville

3. Buford

4. Hart County

5. Pike County

6. Pierce County

7. St. Pius X

8. North Hall

9. Callaway

10. Ringgold

 

AA

1. Benedictine

2. GAC

3. Westminster

4. Wesleyan

5. Lovett

6. Calhoun

7. Cook

8. Berrien

9. Jefferson

10. Bremen

 

A

1. King's Ridge Chr.

2. ELCA

3. Charlton County

4. Gordon Lee

5. Mount Paran

6. Hebron Christian

7. ECI

8. Treutlen

9. Schley County

10. Savannah Christian

  

 

 






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FINAL BASEBALL POLL
By Stephen Black
Three-first time champs top final poll

 

State champions top each classification

Photo by Whitney Reddin

in the baseball season's final set of rankings. Lambert, Houston County and King's Ridge Christian each won their first baseball state titles while Carrollton, Blessed Trinity, Benedictine and Charlton County each won their second state titles. 

 

See how the rest of the top 10 shook out below in the final baseball rankings of the 2013-14 season.

 

SEE LEFT PANEL FOR RANKINGS 


2014 DIRECTOR'S CUP WINNERS
By Craig Sager II
Holy Innocents' wins first cup

 

CONTINUED FROM WEDNESDAY ...

 

Westminster claimed its 14th Director's Cup this year and edged Region six rivals Lovett (1219.5), GAC (1213) and Wesleyan (1160) with a grand total of 1431 points. The Wildcats claimed five total state titles and earned points in a total of 21 sports. In 2013, Westminster scored 1513.0 points with a state-record eleven state titles and four runner-up finishes.  
           
In Class A, Holy Innocents' dethroned Gordon Lee for its first-ever Director's Cup. Gordon Lee improved from a 13th-place finish in 2012, to a first-place last year with 1188.00 total points and almost doubled their 2012 total of 553.00. However, Holy Innocents' used depth to win this year's race and edged Gordon Lee in total points 1127.5-1041. Holy Innocents' only state title came in volleyball, but a finals appearance in girls basketball (90 points) and top four finish in golf (87.5) lifted the Golden Bears.

 

FIRST-TIMERS...

 

The 2013-14 was another historic school year for Georgia High School sports and out of the 141 team state championships handed out there were 35 first-time champs. Creekside, Aquinas and

Photo by Sonny Kennedy

Marion County grabbed their first titles in football and basketball saw four first time champs with Jonesboro, Morgan County and the St. Francis boys joining the Tucker girls as first-time champs in Macon. Buford not only won its first wrestling state title this year, but swept the dual and traditional titles. Cambridge won the traditional state wrestling title and added the girls state championship in golf for the school's first-ever titles. King's Ridge, Lambert and Houston County wrapped up championship seasons in baseball this past week.            

 

Buford took the state title in gymnastics in the programs second year of competition, Track and field saw six of the 14 state champions win first-ever titles. Shiloh, Lamar County and Hancock Central were first-time representatives for the boys and Miller Grove, ELCA and Gordon Lee took home gold for the girls. Three of the four lacrosse state champs were first-timers as Roswell and Northview took the boys titles and the Kell girls stunned Westminster 11-10 in the title game.  

 

 



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