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  Today, we release the Week 4 softball rankings and track all the movement. Also, check out the Week 4 football schedule in the left panel. 

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Abbeville, SC at Lincoln County
Apalachee at Discovery
Athens Christian at Athens Academy
Bacon County at Berrien
Beach at Tattnall County
Blessed Trinity at Creekview
Brantley County at Jeff Davis
Brookstone at Landmark Christian
Butler at Hephzibah
Cairo at Bainbridge
Calvary Day at Aquinas
Cass at Woodland-Cartersville
Cedar Grove at Columbia
Cedar Shoals at North Oconee
Centennial at Alpharetta
Central-Talbotton at Taylor County
Charlton County at Savannah Christian
Chattahoochee at Cambridge
Chestatee at Fannin County
Claxton at Metter
Collins Hill at Central Gwinnett
Colquitt County at Roswell
Commerce at Lakeview Academy
Cross Creek at Westside-Augusta
Dalton at Sonoraville
Dodge County at Appling County
Douglass at B.E.S.T. Academy
Dunwoody at North Atlanta
Eagles Landing at Union Grove
Early County at Worth County
East Coweta at LaGrange
East Jackson at Oglethorpe County
Eastside at Loganville
Etowah at Newnan
Evans at Glenn Hills
Fayette County at Mundy's Mill
Fitzgerald at Macon County
Flowery Branch at Stephens County
Forest Park at Mary Persons
Franklin County at Habersham Central
Glascock County at Stewart County
Glynn Academy at Camden County
Gordon Central at LaFayette
Gordon Lee at Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe
Grady at Ware County
Greater Atlanta Christian at Valor Christian, CO
Greenbrier at Harlem
Greenville at Bowdon
Hampton at Woodland-Stockbridge
Hapeville Charter at Wesleyan
Hart County at Eagles Landing Christian
Hawkinsville at First Presbyterian
Heard County at Darlington
Hebron Christian at Providence Christian
Hillgrove at West Forsyth
Houston County at Veterans
Howard at Rutland
Hughes at Mays
Jackson-Atlanta at North Clayton
Jenkins at Liberty County
Jenkins County at Portal
Johnson County at Wilkinson County
Johnson-Gainesville at East Hall
Johnson-Savannah at Savannah Country Day
Jonesboro at McEachern
Josey at Richmond Academy
Kendrick at Spencer
KIPP Atlanta Charter at Osborne
Lakeside-DeKalb at Druid Hills
Lakeside-Evans at Burke County
Lanier at Northside-Warner Robins
Lanier County at Groves
Lee County at Americus-Sumter
Locust Grove at Jones County
Lovejoy at Spalding
Luella at McIntosh
Lumpkin County at Madison County
Marion County at St. Anne Pacelli
McIntosh County Academy at Bryan County
Meadowcreek at Forsyth Central
Mill Creek at Archer
Mitchell County at Miller County
Model at Northwest Whitfield
Monroe Area at Walnut Grove
Monroe at Thomas County Central
Montgomery County at Wheeler County
Monticello at Greene County
Morgan County at Oconee County
Morrow at Sandy Creek
Mt. de Sales at Social Circle
Mt. Pisgah Christian at Walker
Mt. Zion, Carroll at Coosa
Murray County at Christian Heritage
New Hampstead at Bluffton, SC
New Manchester at Creekside
Norcross at North Gwinnett
North Cobb Christian at Mt. Vernon Presbyterian
North Murray at Heritage-Catoosa
Northeast-Macon at Twiggs County
Northgate at Douglas County
Northside-Columbus at Jordan
Our Lady of Mercy at Fellowship Christian
Paulding County at Hiram
Peach County at Perry
Peachtree Ridge at Newton
Pebblebrook at Marietta
Pepperell at Cedartown
Pickens at North Hall
Pike County at Strong Rock Christian
Pope at Johns Creek
Prince Avenue at Towns County
Richmond Hill at Pierce County
Ridgeland at Chattooga
Riverside Military at George Walton Academy
Riverwood at Woodward Academy
Rockdale County at Heritage-Conyers
Rome at Kell
Salem at Miller Grove
Savannah at Cedar Creek, FL
Schley County at Georgia Military
Seminole County at Chattahoochee County
Shiloh at Lowndes
South Atlanta at Clarkston
South Effingham at Effingham County
South Gwinnett at South Forsyth
South Paulding at Alexander
Southeast Bulloch at Benedictine
Southwest at Central-Macon
Southwest DeKalb at Stephenson
Sprayberry at Campbell
St. Pius X at Marist
Starr's Mill at Chapel Hill
Statesboro at Screven County
Stockbridge at Dutchtown
Stratford Academy at Atkinson County
Swainsboro at Dublin
Tattnall Square at East Laurens
Temple at Armuchee
Thomson at Pace Academy
Toombs County at Telfair County
Trion at Bremen
Troup at Lamar County
Union County at Andrews, NC
Upson-Lee at Griffin
Valdosta at Tift County
Villa Rica at East Paulding
Warren County at Bradwell Institute
Washington at Lithia Springs
Washington County at Baldwin
Washington-Wilkes at Jefferson County
Wayne County at Brunswick
West Hall at Jackson County
West Laurens at Vidalia
Westlake at Cartersville
White County at Rabun County
Whitefield Academy at King's Ridge
Whitewater at Banneker
Wilcox County at Bleckley County
Windsor Forest at Long County
Woodstock at Kennesaw Mountain

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Thursday, September 8, 2016


Bulldogs stake claim on Class AAAAAAA

No. 2 Mill Creek falls from its perch atop Class AAAAAAA as North Gwinnett takes over at No. 1 following a 5-4 home win against the Hawks in nine innings. The rest of the poll doesn't see much movement aside from Cherokee dropping out. The Warriors were shutout 4-0 by No. 4 Lassiter. Lowndes replaces Cherokee at No. 10.
The gauntlet of Region 6-AAAAAA is starting to wear on annual powers. Allatoona continues its slide out of the rankings following their second consecutive loss to No. 4 Dalton, 3-2. Harrison also tumbles out at 7-6 overall and 5-3 in region play. Coach Chance Cain's No. 3 ranked Creekview Grizzlies pace the field at 8-0 in the region. Freshman Emily Wilkie is raking at .571 with a team-best 19 RBIs and 2 homers. On the mound, sophomore Ashton Maloney has pitched to contact and recorded 7-1 record with a 1.50 ERA. Replacing the aforementioned Allatoona Buccaneers and Harrison Hoyas are No. 9 Richmond Hill and No. 10 Greenbrier. No. 8 Mundy's Mill continues its dominance, allowing just one run the entire season at 11-0.
It looks like a three horse race in Class AAAAA with No. 1 Buford, No. 2 Walnut Grove and No. 3 Locust Grove combining for a 33-3 record. No. 10 Thomas County Central falls six spots following 7-6 loss to newly ranked No. 9 Harris County who is now 5-1. Thomas County Central's record sits at 6-5. Harris County has a date with AAAA No. 2 Northside-Columbus today.
No. 1 Chapel Hill defeated No. 10 Cedartown 3-1 in a Class AAAA showdown. Even with the loss the Bulldogs have played well this season and make an appearance in the top ten following an 8-4 start. Chestatee sinks out of the rankings with two more losses. The War Eagles are now 13-3 but 1-3 in region after their second loss to No. 3 Marist, 8-0 and a 3-0 loss to Blessed Trinity, who is starting to play better ball. No. 9 Cairo debuts in the top ten following a 12-1 start. They test their record against No. 7 Columbus tonight.
No. 1 Calhoun is outrunning the competition in AAA. The Yellow Jackets advanced to 18-1 with a 13-1 win over Adairsville this week. Torri Gaddis allowed one hit while Ashlyn Barnes supplied the power with a homerun. No. 3 Franklin County jumps a spot thanks to a 6-0 shutout of No. 5 East Jackson. Westminster is sneaking up the poll at No. 8. The Wildcats are 6-1 and look very dangerous. Worth County drops out at 6-4 to make room for Westminster.
Just like in Class AAAAA, three teams stand above the rest in AA. No. 1 Vidalia (14-0), No. 2 Rockmart (16-1) and No. 3 Harlem (9-1) are feasting on competition. Rockmart crushed No. 8 Pepperell 14-0 while Harlem drilled No. 10 Screven County 16-1. No. 5 Dodge County rises two spots after beating No. 6 Bleckley County 4-3.
No. 1 Wesleyan takes over the top spot in its new home, Class A-Private. Stratford Academy has slipped to No. 3 after suffering their first loss of the season, a 12-3 drubbing at the hands of No. 2 Tattnall Square Academy. The bottom of the poll gets shaken up with ELCA and Hebron Christian exiting and No. 8 Providence Christian and No. 9 Mt. Paran entering.
Class A-Public powers No. 1 Gordon Lee and No. 2 Georgia Military flexed their muscle. Gordon Lee pounded No. 10 Trion 11-0 while GMC edged No. 3 Glascock County 6-1. Schley County debuts at No. 6 thanks to a 10-4 record and a perfect 8-0 start in region play. They are riding a 7-game winning streak.
  1. North Gwinnett
  2. Mill Creek
  3. Kennesaw Mountain
  4. Lassiter
  5. East Coweta
  6. Grayson
  7. Lambert
  8. Parkview
  9. Etowah
  10. Lowndes
  1. Cambridge
  2. Pope
  3. Creekview
  4. Dalton
  5. River Ridge
  6. Houston County
  7. Northgate
  8. Mundy's Mill
  9. Richmond Hill
  10. Greenbrier
  1. Buford
  2. Walnut Grove
  3. Locust Grove
  4. Thomas County Central
  5. Whitewater
  6. Wayne County
  7. Kell
  8. Loganville
  9. South Effingham
  10. Carrollton
  1. Chapel Hill
  2. Northside-Columbus
  3. Marist
  4. Central-Carroll
  5. Heritage-Catoosa
  6. Ridgeland
  7. Columbus
  8. Stephens County
  9. Cairo
  10. Cedartown
  1. Calhoun
  2. Morgan County
  3. Franklin County
  4. Cook
  5. East Jackson
  6. Brantley County
  7. Ringgold
  8. Westminster
  9. Sonoraville
  10. Pike County
  1. Vidalia
  2. Rockmart
  3. Harlem
  4. Monticello
  5. Dodge County
  6. Bleckley County
  7. Heard County
  8. Pepperell
  9. Chattooga
  10. Screven County
  1. Wesleyan
  2. Tattnall Square Academy
  3. Stratford Academy
  4. Strong Rock Christian
  5. First Presbyterian Day
  6. Mt. Pisgah
  7. Christian Heritage
  8. Providence Christian
  9. Mt. Paran
  10. Calvary Day
  1. Gordon Lee
  2. Georgia Military College
  3. Glascock County
  4. Seminole County
  5. Baconton Charter
  6. Schley County
  7. Lanier County
  8. Telfair County
  9. Miller County
  10. Trion

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