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WEEK 2 SOFTBALL RANKINGS

  Today, we release the Week 2 softball rankings and track the movement in each classification.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016


WEEK 2 SOFTBALL RANKINGS
 

Mustangs make move to No. 1 in Class 7A

Kennesaw Mountain climbs to No. 1 in Class AAAAAAA after the fall of No. 2 Mill Creek and No. 4 East Coweta. Mill Creek lost 5-4 to now unranked South Forsyth while East Coweta dropped a 3-1 decision against newly ranked No. 7 Columbus in Class AAAA. The Mustangs earned their top ranking by drilling Class AAAAAA's No. 2 Pope, 8-3. No. 5 Norcross jumps four spots. New to the poll are No. 9 Lowndes and No. 10 North Forsyth. Lowndes is 8-1 with a 5-4 win over Class AAAAAA's No. 6 Houston County. North Forsyth picked up a 5-3 win over No. 3 North Gwinnett.
 
No. 1 Cambridge knocked off No. 2 Pope in Class AAAAAA action 4-2. No. 6 Houston County drops from No. 2 after three losses to tough completion: AAAA No. 10 West Laurens, A-Private No. 4 Tattnall Square and AAAAAAA No. 9 Lowndes. No. 4 Harrison has rebounded nicely following a season opening 7-0 loss to No. 3 Dalton. The Hoyas recently edged No. 5 Allatoona 5-3. No. 9 Northgate debuts in the top ten at 4-1-1, replacing Richmond Hill who has lost three straight.
 
It's still No. 1 Buford's classification to lose in AAAAA. No. 2 Walnut Grove (6-1) and No. 3 Locust Grove (7-1) are nipping at the Wolves however. Veterans slides out of the top ten after losing three straight and falling to 1-4. Villa Rica makes an appearance in the poll at No. 10 following a 5-1 start.
 
In Class AAAA, Northside-Columbus is still No. 1. They have outscored their opponents 37-0 in their past two games. The Patriots even have a 7-1 win over new No. 2 Central-Carroll. Jada Chadwick, Sidney Mathis and Raelee Weaver have all powered the attack along with Gabi Apiag. They have a crosstown showdown with rival No. 7 Columbus, who enters the top ten following their win over East Coweta. Outside of Columbus, the poll has been shaken up. Last week's No. 3, Blessed Trinity, is now out after losing 10-0 to A-Private No. 8 Christian Heritage and 9-0 to A-Public No. 1 Gordon Lee. No. 3 Heritage-Catoosa moves up after a 4-3 win over Dalton. No. 4 Chestatee and No. 5 Stephens County take big jumps after starting 7-0 and 6-0. Chapel Hill has fallen from No. 2 to No. 6 after a 4-3 start and a 7-4 loss to Harris County. Region 6-AAAA now has three teams in the top ten now that No. 8 Ridgeland and No. 9 Lafayette join Heritage. Ridgeland holds a 5-4 win over Heritage while Lafayette knocked off A-Public No. 1 Gordon Lee, 2-1.
 
No. 1 Calhoun continues to coast in AAA. No. 3 Brantley County jumps up three spots while No. 6 Ringgold falls three spots. Morgan County is now No. 7 after a win against A-Public No. 3 Georgia Military, but a loss to AA No. 4 Monticello. No. 8 Cook and No. 10 Pike County are new to the top ten. Tattnall County and Pierce County drop out.
 
Class AA sees Rockmart rocket up from No. 9 to No. 2 while Dodge County sinks to No. 7 from their No. 2 spot a week ago. No. 4 Monticello crashes the poll at 6-2 with wins over AAAAA No. 6 Union Grove and Morgan County. No. 9 Chattooga makes an appearance with a quick 6-2 start.
 
A-Private is a battle between No. 1 Stratford Academy and No. 2 Wesleyan with No. 3 Strong Rock and No. 4 Tattnall Square Academy off to hot starts as well. Brookstone and Mt. Vernon Presbyterian slip out of the top ten and are replaced by No. 9 Mt. Pisgah and No. 10 Prince Avenue.
 
Class A-Public had its two presumptive heavy favorites suffer losses, but No. 1 Gordon Lee and No. 2 Georgia Military College remain atop the poll with No. 3 Trion poised to make a run. No. 4 Glascock has jumped five spots with their 8-0 open to the year.
 
AAAAAAA
1. Kennesaw Mountain
2. Mill Creek
3. North Gwinnett
4. East Coweta
5. Norcross
6. Archer
7. Lambert
8. Cherokee
9. Lowndes
10. North Forsyth
 
AAAAAA
1. Cambridge
2. Pope
3. Dalton
4. Harrison
5. Allatoona
6. Houston County
7. Greenbrier
8. Dacula
9. Northgate
10. Creekview
 
AAAAA
1. Buford
2. Walnut Grove
3. Locust Grove
4. Loganville
5. Thomas County Central
6. Union Grove
7. South Effingham
8. Whitewater
9. Wayne County
10. Villa Rica
 
AAAA
1. Northside-Columbus
2. Central-Carroll
3. Heritage-Catoosa
4. Chestatee
5. Stephens County
6. Chapel Hill
7. Columbus
8. Ridgeland
9. Lafayette
10. West Laurens
 
AAA
1. Calhoun
2. East Jackson
3. Brantley County
4. Worth County
5. Franklin County
6. Ringgold
7. Morgan County
8. Cook
9. Sonoraville
10. Pike County
 
AA
1. Vidalia
2. Rockmart
3. Harlem
4. Monticello
5. Pepperell
6. Bleckley County
7. Dodge County
8. Heard County
9. Chattooga
10. Screven County
 
A-Private
1. Stratford Academy
2. Wesleyan
3. Strong Rock Christian
4. Tattnall Square Academy
5. First Presbyterian Day
6. ELCA
7. Hebron Christian
8. Christian Heritage
9. Mt. Pisgah
10. Prince Avenue Christian
 
A-Public
1. Gordon Lee
2. Georgia Military College
3. Trion
4. Glascock County
5. Seminole County
6. Lanier County
7. Telfair County
8. Baconton Charter
9. Wilcox County
10. Echols County 



WEEK 2 FOOTBALL RANKINGS
 

Mill Creek takes over AAAAAAA's No. 1

In Class AAAAAAA, Mill Creek used a 34-27 victory over Colquitt County to takeover the No. 2 spot. The Packers drop to No. 3. Roswell and McEachern round out the top 5. Norcross dismantled Walton 46-14 on Saturday and Etowah opened the year with a 56-0 rout over Campbell to find its way to No. 8.
In Class AAAAAA, No. 1 Northside-Warner Robins defeated rival Warner Robins 55-3, which marked the largest margin victory their historic rivalry has ever seen. Houston County defeated Mary Persons 26-14 on Thursday and remains at No. 2. Valdosta jumped to No. 3 after opening the year with a 38-13 victory over Lowndes.

Buford remains No. 1 in Class AAAAA, despite a 24-7 loss to Class AAAAAAA No. 3 Roswell. No. 2 Ware County is yet to play and No. 3 Bainbridge defeated Godby (FL) 14-0 on Friday to solidify its top 3 standing.
Cartersville blew out Allatoona 34-14 in a battle of defending state champions and tops Class AAAA. Woodward Academy impressed in a 41-13 victory over Westminster and sits firmly at No. 2.
 
In Class AAA, Cedar Grove scored a 34-23 win over Stephenson and jumped to No. 2 behind top-ranked Pace Academy. Benedictine notably defeated Glynn Academy 24-7 and sits at Class AA No. 2 behind defending state champion Fitzgerald.
 
Class AAAAAAA
1. Grayson
2. Mill Creek
3. Colquitt County
4. Roswell
5. McEachern
6. Norcross
7. Westlake
8. Etowah
9. Camden County
10. Peachtree Ridge
 
Class AAAAAA
1. Northside-Warner Robins
2. Houston County
3. Valdosta
4. Lee County
5. Coffee
6. Northgate
7. Hughes
8. Allatoona
9. Creekside
10. Tucker
 
Class AAAAA
1. Buford
2. Ware County
3. Bainbridge
4. Thomas County Central
5. Kell
6. Jones County
7. Carrollton
8. Rome
9. Starr's Mill
10. Loganville
 
Class AAAA
1. Cartersville
2. Woodward Academy
3. Jefferson
4. Blessed Trinity
5. Marist
6. Thomson
7. Sandy Creek
8. Mary Persons
9. St. Pius
10. Spalding
 
Class AAA
1. Pace Academy
2. Cedar Grove
3. Calhoun
4. Greater Atlanta Christian
5. Westminster
6. Lovett
7. Peach County
8. Liberty County
9. Westside-Macon
10. Pierce County
 
Class AA
1. Fitzgerald
2. Benedictine
3. Rabun County
4. Brooks County
5. Callaway
6. Vidalia
7. Jefferson County
8. Model
9. Dodge County
10. Heard County
 
Class A-Private
1. Eagle's Landing Christian
2. Darlington
3. Wesleyan
4. Prince Avenue Christian
5. Mt. Paran
6. Stratford Acdemy
7. Calvary Day
8. Landmark Christain
9. Pinecrest Academy
10. Mt. Pisgah
 
Class A-Public
1. Clinch County
2. Irwin County
3. Commerce
4. Emanuel County Institute
5. Macon County
6. Mt. Zion
7. Charlton County
8. Manchester
9. Trion
10. Lincoln County











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