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Today we release the latest high school football rankings and recap the weekend. Also, vote in the poll at the bottom of the page as we ask you what is the most competitive region in the state. 


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When was Colquitt County's last football region championship? 

Today's answer can be found in the newsletter!
Saturday's Answer: 
Stephenson scored 34 points in the second quarter of its win over Druid Hills Friday night. 




1. Colquitt County

2. Grayson

3. Dacula

4. Valdosta

5. Hughes

6. McEachern

7. Milton

8. Norcross

9. Lee County

10. North Gwinnett



1. Ware County

2. Coffee

3. Allatoona

4. Kell

5. Northside-Warner Robins

6. Lanier

7. Creekside

8. Stephenson

9. Mays

10. Carver-Atlanta


Class AAAA

1. Buford

2. Sandy Creek

3. Griffin

4. Woodward Academy

5. Cairo

6. Mary Persons

7. Marist

8. Thomas County Central

9. Cartersville

10. St. Pius X


Class AAA

1. Washington County

2. Calhoun

3. Blessed Trinity

4. Peach County

5. Jefferson

6. Central-Carroll

7. Hart County

8. Westminster

9. Westside-Macon

10. Dodge County


Class AA

1. GAC

2. Vidalia

3. Lovett

4. Benedictine

5. Thomasville

6. Fitzgerald

7. Lamar County

8. Brooks County

9. Darlington

10. Screven County


Class A-Private

1. Aquinas

2. Mount Paran

3. Calvary Day

4. Savannah Christian

5. Tattnall Square

6. Landmark Christian

7. Pacelli

8. Prince Avenue Chr.

9. Mount Pisgah

10. Brookstone


Class A-Public

1. Marion County

2. Irwin County

3. Hawkinsville

4. Charlton County

5. Claxton

6. ECI

7. Commerce

8. Lincoln County

9. Clinch County

10. Dooly County





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Monday, October 20, 2014

Lee County finds top 10 with rout of Lowndes


Lee County dominated Lowndes Friday night to improve to 6-1 on the season and, as a result, joined the Class AAAAAA top 10. North Gwinnett is back after a two week absence having beaten Peachtree Ridge last week and watching as Lowndes and Camden County dropped out in this week's poll.

Classes AAAAA, AAAA and AAA saw minor adjustments as ranked teams swapped spots, while in Class AA, Vidalia moved up to No. 2 after edging Benedictine.


In Class A-Private, Brookstone is now ranked No. 10 after replacing Pinecrest Academy. In the Public rankings, Dooly County dropped to No. 10 after losing to Schley County.






By Craig Sager II
Attention temporarily leaves Region 1-AAAAAA


Region 1 has been the center of the Friday night action since opening region play, but the six-team region will enjoy a week off after three weeks of an intense playoff-like atmosphere. Colquitt County moved to 8-0 with a 48-20 rout over Valdosta. The Packers have been an established power in Georgia's top classification and looking at the Packers' playoff success the past several years, it is hard to believe that their last region title came in 1999. 

Colquitt County has played 21 playoff games in the last five seasons and just three have come at home. Now the Packers are just two win away from their first perfect regular season since their 1994 state championship year (15-0). The Packers have visit Tift County on Halloween and close the regular season at home against Camden County. Colquitt County is the only remaining undefeated team in Region 1 and has outscored its three region opponents (Lowndes, Lee County, Valdosta) by 30 points per game.


 In Region 2, Lovejoy at Newton has playoff implications. Newton's lone region loss came to Tucker in its region opener and a victory over Lovejoy would give the Rams a chance to possibly grab a No. 2 seed if Tucker were to then beat Lovejoy on their Halloween showdown.   In Region 3, a redhot Westlake team is set to take on Hughes in what looks to be the game that will crown the region champ. Cherokee at Roswell and Milton at Woodstock are two huge games in Region 5. Cherokee is 4-2 in region play and Milton and Roswell are each at 4-1.


In Region 7, Norcross sits at 4-0 in region play, but Collins Hill, North Gwinnett, Mill Creek and Peachtree Ridge are all tied with 4-1 records for just three playoff spots. Mill Creek hosts Collins Hill and Norcross visits Peachtree Ridge.


In Region 8, Brookwood and Parkview each lost again last week and it looks like Grayson, Dacula, Archer and Central Gwinnett could be the four teams to make the playoffs. Central Gwinnett hosts Archer and Dacula hosts Grayson in a battle of unbeaten.


In Class AAAA, Cairo had a statement win over Thomas County Central and took control of Region 1 with a 36-13 win. The Syrupmakers can clinch the region with a victory over Monroe on Friday.


In Class AAA, Blessed Trinity secured its subregion title with a 23-11 win over Westminster. This class has one of the strongest top 10's in the state and now Washington County, Calhoun, Blessed Trinity, Peach County, Jefferson, Central-Carroll, Hart County, Westside-Macon, Oconee County and Dodge County remain unbeaten. Region 8 has the most undefeated teams out of any Region in the state heading into Week 10 with Hart County, Oconee County and Jefferson. 




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