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Today, we welcome you back from the holidays with our boys and girls basketball rankings. The Wheeler boys took over No. 1 in Class AAAAAA and Veterans edged St. Pius for No. 1 in the Class AAAA girls rankings.


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How many consecutive region games has Wheeler won by 35 points or more?

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Tuesday's Answer:
North Gwinnett's K.J. Hancock had nine catches for 150 yards and three touchdowns in this year's Elite Junior Classic.


1. Wheeler

2. Shiloh

3. Tift County

4. Pebblebrook

5. Tucker

6. Douglas County

7. Pope

8. Norcross

9. Hillgrove

10. Duluth



1. Miller Grove

2. McIntosh

3. Gainesville

4. Allatoona

5. Tri-Cities

6. M.L. King

7. Drew

8. Northside-Columbus

9. Brunswick

10. Richmond Hill


Class AAAA

1. Jonesboro

2. Johnson-Gainesville

3. Lithonia

4. Columbia

5. St. Pius

6. Bainbridge

7. Carrollton

8. Burke County

9. Liberty County

10. Stone Mountain


Class AAA

1. Laney

2. Cedar Grove

3. Jenkins

4. North Clayton

5. Morgan County

6. Johnson-Savannah

7. Butler

8. Savannah

9. Rutland

10. Westminster


Class AA

1. Pace Academy

2. Holy Innocents'

3. Thomasville

4. Vidalia

5. Greater Atlanta Christian

6. Bryan County

7. Seminole County

8. Model

9. Harlem

10. Early County


Class A

1. St. Francis

2. Greenforest

3. Athens Christian

4. Hancock Central

5. Treutlen

6. Whitefield Academy

7. Wilkinson County

8. Calhoun County

9. Greenville

10. Turner County





1. McEachern

2. North Forsyth

3. Westlake

4. Archer

5. Parkview

6. South Forsyth

7. Norcross

8. Woodstock

9. North Cobb

10. Hillgrove



1. Brunswick

2. Greenbrier

3. Stephenson

4. Southwest DeKalb

5. Forest Park

6. Sequoyah

7. South Effingham

8. Mays

9. Effingham County

10. Coffee


Class AAAA

1. Veterans

2. St. Pius

3. Jonesboro

4. Buford

5. Americus-Sumter

6. Redan

7. Mary Persons

8. Thomson

9. Marist

10. Griffin


Class AAA

1. Dawson County

2. Kendrick

3. Laney

4. Decatur

5. Morgan County

6. Beach

7. Johnson-Savannah

8. Dodge County

9. Peach County

10. Washington County


Class AA

1. Holy Innocents'

2. Darlington

3. Pelham

4. Wesleyan

5. Model

6. Vidalia

7. Lovett

8. Putnam County

9. Union County

10. Thomasville


Class A

1. St. Francis

2. Southwest Atlanta Christian

3. Taylor County

4. Turner County

5. Mt. Pisgah

6. Mitchell County

7. Savannah Country Day

8. Stratford Academy

9. Claxton

10. Tattnall Square

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Monday, January 5, 2015

By Craig Sager II
Wheeler takes over Class AAAAAA

Wheeler's lone loss came to West Linn (OR) over the holidays (70-62, Dec. 29) but the Wildcats have been on a tear inside state lines and take over No. 1 in Class AAAAAA with a

Photo by Ty Freeman

13-1 start to the season. Wheeler dominated region foe Milton 83-35 on Saturday and has now won its last four region games by at least 35 points, following a close 51-48 victory over Cherokee to start December. Shiloh dropped one spot to No. 2 and Tift County improved to No. 3 in Class AAAAAA with a 78-69 win over Lowndes on Saturday that moved the defending state champs to 15-0.

In Class AAAAA, Miller Grove swept its way through the Iolani Classic and Chick-Fil-A Classic over the holidays and remains at No. 1. Gainesville fell to No. 3 after dropping a game to rival Johnson. McIntosh used its winning streak at the Lake City Classic and a 68-63 victory at rival Whitewater on Saturday to remain undefeated and take over No. 2.

Johnson-Gainesville's 76-63 win over Gainesville allowed the Knights jump Lithonia for No. 2 in Class AAAA and also to remain undefeated at 13-0. Burke County debuted in Class AAA at No. 8 and Sandy Creek dropped out of the top 10.

In Class AAA, Jenkins improved two spots to No. 3 and Westminster replaced Peach County at No. 10 after the Trojans lost consecutive games (Rutland 83-79, Perry 50-47) to start the New Year.

Pace Academy remains No. 1 in a wide-open Class AA field and Holy Innocents' jumped two spots to No. 2 while Thomasville used a leap from No. 7 to crack the top 3 for the first time this season.

In Class A, Wilkinson County slid to No. 7 and Greenforest took over No. 2. Turner County replaced Randolph-Clay at No. 10.




By Craig Sager II
Undefeated Veterans grabs Class AAAA No. 1

Veterans leapt St. Pius for No. 1 in Class AAAA and the other five top-ranked teams held court over the holidays while the rest of the polls saw significant movements across all six classifications. North Forsyth made the biggest noise in Georgia's top class and leapt

Photo by Ty Freeman

into the No. 2 slot. The Raiders are 13-1 and the lone loss came in a defeat to out-of-state Elizabethton in the Carolina Invitational last weekend. Undefeated Woodstock jumped to No. 8 in the Class AAAAAA poll and has strung together five consecutive double-digit victories in region contests.

In Class AAAAA, Brunswick holds down No. 1 at 15-0. Stephenson made the leap to No. 3 after an impressive 59-53 victory over Morgan County on Saturday and Mays debuts at No. 8.

Veterans' 14-0 start was enough to jump the Golden Lions in Class AAAA and Jonesboro improved to No. 3 with a sweep at the Carolina Invitational last week. Griffin replaced Gilmer for No. 10 in Class AAAA.

In Class AAA, Dawson County sits undefeated at No. 1 and Kendrick protected its No. 2 status with its 14th straight win to open this season. Washington County replaced Westminster for No. 10 in Class AAA.

Undefeated Holy Innocents' tops Class AA and Darlington jumped three spots to take over No. 2. Thomasville replaced McIntosh County for No. 10 in Class AA.

In Class A, Stratford Academy debuts at No. 8 and bumps ELCA out of the poll.





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