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Today, we breakdown all the shifts in the latest boys and girls basketball rankings.


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How many points did No. 3 Tift County hold Valdosta to in the first half of the Blue Devils' victory on Saturday?

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North Gwinnett, Jenkins, Norcross and Jonesboro all left the 2015 Hilton Invitational with victories.





1. Wheeler

2. Shiloh

3. Tift County

4. Pebblebrook

5. Norcross

6. Tucker

7. Douglas County

8. Collins Hill

9. Hillgrove

10. Alpharetta



1. Miller Grove

2. McIntosh

3. Allatoona

4. Gainesville

5. M.L. King

6. Brunswick

7. Stockbridge

8. Warner Robins

9. Apalachee

10. LaGrange


Class AAAA

1. Jonesboro

2. Johnson-Gainesville

3. Lithonia

4. St. Pius

5. Carrollton

6. Columbia

7. Americus-Sumter

8. Albany

9. Liberty County

10. Burke County


Class AAA

1. Laney

2. Jenkins

3. Cedar Grove

4. Morgan County

5. Johnson-Savannah

6. South Atlanta

7. Blessed Trinity

8. Butler

9. Rutland

10. Peach County


Class AA

1. Pace Academy

2. Seminole County

3. Holy Innocents'

4. Vidalia

5. Greater Atlanta Christian

6. Crawford County

7. Harlem

8. Thomasville

9. Bryan County

10. Coosa


Class A

1. St. Francis

2. Greenforest Christian

3. Athens Christian

4. Hancock Central

5. Whitefield Academy

6. Treutlen

7. Wilkinson County

8. Greenville

9. Calhoun County

10. Turner County






1. South Forsyth

2. Osborne

3. Parkview

4. Mountain View

5. Archer

6. Woodstock

7. McEachern

8. Westlake

9. Norcross

10. North Forsyth


1. Brunswick

2. Mays

3. Effingham County

4. Sequoyah

5. Stephenson

6. Cross Creek

7. Woodland-Henry

8. Grovetown

9. Southwest DeKalb

10. Forest Park

Class AAAA

1. Jonesboro

2. Buford

3. St. Pius

4. Veterans

5. Mary Persons

6. Americus-Sumter

7. Bainbridge

8. Marist

9. Griffin

10. Redan

Class AAA

1. Dawson County

2. South Atlanta

3. Kendrick

4. Decatur

5. Laney

6. Beach

7. Morgan County

8. Westminster

9. Washington County

10. Peach County

Class AA

1. Holy Innocents'

2. Pelham

3. Wesleyan

4. Model

5. Thomasville

6. Jeff Davis

7. Darlington

8. Putnam County

9. Vidalia

10. Early County

Class A

1. St. Francis

2. Southwest Atlanta Christian

3. Taylor County

4. Savannah Country Day

5. Tattnall Square

6. Turner County

7. Claxton

8. Calvary Day

9. Stratford Academy

10. Mitchell County


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Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Stockbridge uses 10-game win-streak to debut in AAAAA poll 

In Class AAAAAA, defending champion Tift County used a statement victory over Valdosta to jump Pebblebrook for the No. 3 spot. The Blue Devils led Valdosta 29-9 at the half before cruising

Photo by Ty Freeman

to a 61-43 victory. Pebblebrook suffered a 61-54 loss to national power DeMatha (MD) on Saturday. Norcross cracked the top 4 with a 72-61 victory over No. 8 Collins Hill on Tuesday and a 72-64 victory over Madison Academy (AL) in the Hilton Invitational Saturday.


In Class AAAAA, Stockbridge used its current 10-game winning streak to debut at No. 7 in the poll. The 16-4 Tigers visit undefeated and No. 2-ranked McIntosh Tuesday night.


St. Pius caused a shift in Class AAAA with 66-59 win over Columbia last week and replaces the Eagles at No. 4. Carrollton sits at No. 5 and Columbia now takes over No. 6. Westover dropped out of the rankings this week and was replaced by Liberty County at No. 9.


Jenkins 64-48 win over Johnson-Savannah set up an equally impressive 70-57 win over Winston-Salem Prep (NC) in the Hilton Invitational on Saturday and the Warriors are the new No. 2 team in Class AAA. South Atlanta is on a hot-streak that included a 59-49 win over Cedar Grove on Tuesday. Cedar Grove had previously beaten South Atlanta on Dec. 9 72-49 and the 33-point turnaround from their last matchup with the Saints was enough to move South Atlanta to No. 6 in this week's poll.


In Class AA, Model's loss to Gordon Lee allowed Coosa to make its debut at No. 10 in this week's poll. No new teams entered this week's Class A top 10 but Whitefield Academy jumped Treutlen for No. 5 after its 71-53 victory over Landmark Christian on Saturday.


South Forsyth, Jonesboro join No. 1's  

Class AAAAAA saw major shifts as South Forsyth took over No. 1 and McEachern slid all the way to No. 7. Osborne used a 3-point victory over McEachern last week to grab No. 2 and Parkview

Photo by Ty Freeman

took No. 3 with its current 7-game winning streak. Mountain View leapt to No. 4 after dismantling St. Pius by 21 points this weekend and Woodstock kept its perfect season alive with wins over Pope and Sequoyah and jumped to No. 6 ahead of McEachern.


In Class AAAAA, Mays stamped its eighth straight victory in convincing fashion as the Raiders topped previous No. 2 Stephenson by 18 points. Mays replaced Stephenson to No. 2 and dropped the Jaguars to No. 5. Woodland-Henry debuts in the poll at No. 7 with its undefeated region record and 6-point win over Mary Persons.


Jonesboro rides an 11-game winning streak to the top of the Class AAAA poll and takes over for St. Pius, which fell to No. 3 behind Buford after its 21-point loss to Mountain View.


South Atlanta crushed Laney and Jackson last week and moved to No. 2 in the Class AAA poll behind undefeated and top-ranked Dawson County. Westminster made a leap to No. 8 and Peach County re-enters the poll at No. 10.


In Class AA, Jeff Davis has rode nine-straight wins into the No. 6 slot in this week's poll and bumped Lovett out of the rankings. Class A saw Tattnall Square crack the top 5 for the first time after stringing together a dozen consecutive wins.





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