HS wrestling poll: Collins Hill makes early statement

By Score Atlanta

The Alexander Duals were held over the weekend with several of the state’s top teams taking part in the classic event. Class AAAAAA No. 1 Collins Hill defeated Class AAAA No. 1 Alexander in the finals 37-35 to take the crown. New No. 9 Parkview made a nice showing, finishing third. The Panthers beat Class AAAA No. 8 Carrollton and Douglas County to finish second in their pool, behind Collins Hill. Class A No. 1 Gordon Lee also took park in the event.

Meanwhile at the Lanier Duals, new Class AAAAAA No. 10 Mountain View posted a strong showing by beating Class AA No. 3 GAC en route to the title. The Spartans finished third in the event while Berkmar was fifth.

Wrestling USA Magazine revealed its Georgia All-Classification top 10. Collins Hill sat atop the list, followed by Class AAAAAA No. 2 Archer. Pope, the top team in Class AAAAA was No. 3, followed by Class AA No. 1 Jefferson and AAAA No. 2 Gilmer.

Class AAAAAA

1. Collins Hill

2. Archer

3. Camden County

4. Kennesaw Mountain

5. Brookwood

6. Lowndes

7. North Gwinnett

8. Milton

9. Parkview

10. Mountain View

Class AAAAA

1. Pope

2. Loganville

3. Whitewater

4. Clarke Central

5. Kell

6. Ola

7. Union Grove

8. Paulding County

9. Harris County

10. Ware County

Class AAAA

1. Alexander

2. Gilmer

3. Marist

4. Heritage-Catoosa

5. Locust Grove

6. Eastside

7. Cedartown

8. Carrollton

9. Dalton

10. West Laurens

Class AAA

1. Jackson County

2. Blessed Trinity

3. Woodward Academy

4. Elbert County

5. Buford

6. Oconee County

7. North Hall

8. McNair

9. North Oconee

10. Adairsville

Class AA

1. Jefferson

2. Bremen

3. GAC

4. Lovett

5. Calhoun

6. East Laurens

7. Toombs County

8. Dublin

9. Washington-Wilkes

10. Bowdon

Class A

1. Gordon Lee

2. Holy Innoncents’

3. Commerce

4. First Presbyterian Day

5. George Walton Academy

6. Darlington

7. St. Francis

8. Athens Christian

9. Towns County

10. Charlton County

2 comments Add your comment

Lovett Fan

November 20th, 2012
7:19 am

The small schools with good football, like GAC, are at a disadvantage this time of year. The crossover from football is huge at 160 and above. GAC would probably do better against a Mountainview after the football playoffs.

Lovett Fan

November 20th, 2012
7:19 am

The small schools with good football, like GAC, are at a disadvantage this time of year. The crossover from football is huge at 160 and above. GAC would probably do better against a Mountainview after the football playoffs.