Maxwell Ratings: All 412 teams ranked for the final time

Here are the final Maxwell Ratings. Remember that the ratings place teams and assign ratings in a way that provide the best mathematical explanation of scores of games  during the full season. The objective is not to rank the teams where they ”deserve” to be based on their finish in the state playoffs.

All-Classification

1. Norcross 100.21

2. Lovejoy 89.8

3. North Gwinnett 89.05

4. Camden County 87.37

5. Sandy Creek 86.32

6. Grayson 85.48

7. Colquitt County 83

8. South Gwinnett 81.33

9. North Cobb 78.72

10. Lassiter 78.11

11. Lowndes 77.88

12. Buford 77.53

13. Parkview 77.37

14. Mill Creek 77.11

15. West Forsyth 76.78

16. Gainesville 76

17. McEachern 75.74

18. Jefferson 75.21

19. Northside (Warner Robins) 74.06

20. Calhoun 73.84

21. Valdosta 73.39

22. M.L. King 72.72

23. Marietta 72.64

24. Burke County 72.31

25. Brookwood 72.3

Class AAAAAA

1.  Norcross  100.21

2.  Lovejoy  89.8

3.  North Gwinnett  89.05

4.  Camden County  87.37

5.  Grayson  85.48

6.  Colquitt County  83

7.  South Gwinnett  81.33

8.  North Cobb  78.72

9.  Lassiter  78.11

10.  Lowndes  77.88

11.  Parkview  77.37

12.  Mill Creek  77.11

13.  West Forsyth  76.78

14.  McEachern  75.74

15.  Valdosta  73.39

16.  Marietta  72.64

17.  Brookwood  72.3

18.  Johns Creek  71.29

19.  Alpharetta  71.06

20.  Milton  70.03

21.  Walton  69.69

22.  Archer  69.64

23.  Collins Hill  68.77

24.  Coffee  68.5

25.  Central Gwinnett  68.27

26.  Chattahoochee  66.42

27.  Hillgrove  65.9

28.  Newnan  64.72

29.  Hughes  63.43

30.  Peachtree Ridge  61.79

31.  Wheeler  60.49

32.  South Cobb  59.5

33.  Brunswick  57.82

34.  Etowah  55.94

35.  Lambert  55.43

36.  Roswell  54.82

37.  Duluth  54.79

38.  East Coweta  54.75

39.  Dacula  54.41

40.  Woodstock  52.69

41.  Centennial  51.33

42.  Harrison  50.83

43.  Tri-Cities  50.48

44.  Shiloh  49.24

45.  Kennesaw Mountain  48.22

46.  South Forsyth  47.54

47.  Berkmar  46.96

48.  Tift County  46.16

49.  Douglas County  41.34

50.  North Forsyth  41.31

51.  Campbell  41.24

52.  Newton  41.01

53.  Cherokee  40.62

54.  Mountain View  38.42

55.  Westlake  33.26

56.  Alcovy  31.51

57.  Pebblebrook  30.14

58.  Habersham Central  23.64

59.  Rockdale County  23.3

60.  Luella  21.8

61.  Druid Hills  20.44

62.  Morrow  9.37

63.  Meadowcreek  7.15

Class AAAAA

1.  Gainesville  76.0

2.  Northside-WR  74.06

3.  M.L. King  72.72

4.  Ware County  69.33

5.  East Paulding  68.53

6.  Tucker  68

7.  Whitewater  67.03

8.  Stephenson  66.6

9.  Kell  66.53

10.  Allatoona  65.83

11.  Flowery Branch  64.35

12.  Thomas County Central  63.25

13.  Heritage (Conyers)  59.64

14.  North Paulding  57.88

15.  Southwest DeKalb  57.15

16.  Clarke Central  57.14

17.  Glynn Academy  56.74

18.  Rome  56.66

19.  Creekview  56.33

20.  Union Grove  56.33

21.  Mays  55.94

22.  Warner Robins  55.49

23.  Miller Grove  53.54

24.  Bainbridge  53.47

25.  Creekside  52.1

26.  Richmond Hill  51.27

27.  South Paulding  50.97

28.  Harris County  50.95

29.  Pope  49.86

30.  Lee County  49.83

31.  Apalachee  48.55

32.  Northgate  47.26

33.  Sequoyah  47.18

34.  Jones County  47.01

35.  Hiram  45.51

36.  Arabia Mountain  45.22

37.  Loganville  43.98

38.  Riverwood  43.93

39.  Cedar Shoals  43.39

40.  Effingham County  42.02

41.  Drew  41.66

42.  Lakeside (Evans)  39.65

43.  Villa Rica  39.17

44.  Sprayberry  39.03

45.  Mundy’s Mill  39.02

46.  McIntosh  37.96

47.  Grovetown  35.48

48.  Jenkins  34.66

49.  Hardaway  33.15

50.  Winder-Barrow  32.68

51.  Northview  32.22

52.  Houston County  32.13

53.  Salem  31.76

54.  Starr’s Mill  31.59

55.  Ola  29.01

56.  Evans  27.89

57.  Greenbrier  27.78

58.  New Manchester  27.48

59.  Woodland (Cartersville)  26.1

60.  Dunwoody  25.58

61.  Lithia Springs  25.51

62.  Paulding County  24.66

63.  North Atlanta  24.45

64.  Lakeside (DeKalb)  24.13

65.  Forsyth Central  22.72

66.  Bradwell Institute  19.57

67.  Osborne  18.69

68.  Windsor Forest  16.9

69.  Northside (Columbus)  15.49

70.  Mount Zion (Jonesboro)  10.13

71.  Clarkston  9.14

72.  Cambridge  2.46

73.  Groves  1.84

74.  Forest Park  -1.66

75.  North Springs  -16.41

Class AAAA

1.  Sandy Creek  86.32

2.  Burke County  72.31

3.  Marist  70.69

4.  Ridgeland  70.36

5.  Carrollton  66.33

6.  Stockbridge  60.95

7.  Griffin  58.47

8.  Monroe  56.48

9.  Monroe Area  55.9

10.  Westside (Macon)  55.83

11.  Cairo  55.35

12.  Carver (Atlanta)  55.2

13.  Mary Persons  54.79

14.  Grady  53.96

15.  Dalton  53.8

16.  Washington  53.26

17.  Jonesboro  53.18

18.  LaGrange  52.6

19.  Chamblee  52.31

20.  Wayne County  51.04

21.  Baldwin  48.68

22.  Stephens County  48.66

23.  Riverdale  48.43

24.  Cass  47.73

25.  Gilmer  47.25

26.  Statesboro  47.07

27.  Northwest Whitfield  46.89

28.  Perry  46.84

29.  Columbia  46.7

30.  Westover  46.63

31.  River Ridge  46.44

32.  South Effingham  46.08

33.  Chestatee  45.68

34.  Shaw  45.42

35.  Eastside  44.73

36.  Dutchtown  43.59

37.  Pickens  42.85

38.  Cedartown  40.26

39.  Locust Grove  39.53

40.  West Laurens  39.14

41.  Veterans  39.05

42.  Upson-Lee  38.92

43.  North Clayton  38.6

44.  Banneker  37.38

45.  Lithonia  35.69

46.  Troup  35.6

47.  Americus-Sumter  34.66

48.  Lanier  34.26

49.  Worth County  33.69

50.  Crisp County  33.16

51.  Liberty County  31.99

52.  Woodland (Stockbridge)  31.81

53.  South Atlanta  31.54

54.  Stone Mountain  30.79

55.  Rutland  30.63

56.  Redan  29.75

57.  Spalding  29.6

58.  Eagle’s Landing  29.16

59.  Johnson (Gainesville)  26.6

60.  Fayette County  25.97

61.  Albany  25.94

62.  Southeast Whitfield  24.79

63.  Richmond Academy  23.63

64.  Alexander  23.6

65.  Dougherty  22.85

66.  LaFayette  17.12

67.  Lumpkin County  11.78

68.  Cross Creek  10.74

69.  Therrell  9.7

70.  Heritage (Catoosa)  8.78

71.  Glenn Hills  8.04

72.  Madison County  6.61

73.  Walnut Grove  4.4

74.  Howard  -0.41

75.  Columbus  -1.1

76.  Butler  -2.21

77.  Hephzibah  -15.35

Class AAA

1.  Buford  77.53

2.  Thomson  70.09

3.  Washington County  67.96

4.  Cartersville  67.91

5.  St. Pius X  67.5

6.  North Hall  63.25

7.  Carver (Columbus)  63.25

8.  North Oconee  60.01

9.  Peach County  57.81

10.  Blessed Trinity  57.77

11.  Cedar Grove  52.15

12.  Woodward Academy  51.89

13.  Callaway  50.09

14.  Morgan County  49.57

15.  Gordon Central  46.53

16.  Hart County  44.61

17.  Elbert County  43.43

18.  White County  43.36

19.  Ringgold  43.21

20.  Jefferson County  41.42

21.  Pierce County  41.31

22.  Appling County  40.84

23.  Adairsville  40.42

24.  Lakeview-Ft. Oglethorpe  40.19

25.  Jackson  39.84

26.  Jackson County  39.83

27.  Pike County  38.81

28.  Dodge County  37.24

29.  Dawson County  36.68

30.  Rockmart  35.12

31.  Decatur  33.6

32.  North Murray  31.83

33.  Swainsboro  31.57

34.  Chapel Hill  29.32

35.  Central (Carrollton)  28.67

36.  Johnson (Savannah)  27.15

37.  Tattnall County  25.71

38.  Jackson (Atlanta)  24.85

39.  Oconee County  24.29

40.  East Hall  21.86

41.  McNair  21.53

42.  Savannah  20.96

43.  Central (Macon)  20.64

44.  Franklin County  18.07

45.  Southeast Bulloch  18.04

46.  B.E.S.T Academy  17.3

47.  Beach  16.93

48.  Southwest  16.19

49.  Haralson County  16.02

50.  Sonoraville  14.06

51.  West Hall  13.01

52.  Henry County  12.77

53.  Coahulla Creek  12.07

54.  Fannin County  7.22

55.  Banks County  6.99

56.  Douglass  5.52

57.  Brantley County  -0.19

58.  East Jackson  -3.71

59.  Towers  -8.67

60.  Cross Keys  -43.35

Class AA

1.  Jefferson  75.21

2.  Calhoun  73.84

3.  Brooks County  66.79

4.  Lamar County  61.59

5.  Fitzgerald  60.51

6.  Washington-Wilkes  57.43

7.  Lovett  56.89

8.  Greater Atlanta Christian  55.81

9.  Vidalia  52.35

10.  Early County  52.11

11.  Cook  49.23

12.  McIntosh County Academy  48.61

13.  Westminster  46.73

14.  Heard County  45.89

15.  Benedictine  45.28

16.  Bleckley County  44.06

17.  Screven County  41.39

18.  Northeast  40.56

19.  Toombs County  39.03

20.  Thomasville  37.92

21.  Laney  36.61

22.  Bacon County  36.29

23.  Wesleyan  35.18

24.  Manchester  34.76

25.  Bowdon  31.85

26.  Macon County  30.95

27.  East Laurens  30.37

28.  Long County  30.27

29.  Pepperell  28.07

30.  Bryan County  25.37

31.  Kendrick  21.36

32.  Bremen  21.27

33.  Taylor County  20.76

34.  Model  19.8

35.  Putnam County  17.21

36.  Rabun County  16.41

37.  Berrien  15.56

38.  Metter  14.57

39.  Coosa  13.45

40.  Jeff Davis  12.52

41.  Greene County  11.55

42.  Spencer  9.96

43.  Union County  9.78

44.  Westside (Augusta)  9.76

45.  Dade County  8.77

46.  Pelham  8.71

47.  Hapeville  6.97

48.  Oglethorpe County  5.95

49.  Chattahoochee County  4.7

50.  Dublin  4.16

51.  Armuchee  3.1

52.  Temple  0.51

53.  Monticello  -0.14

54.  Chattooga  -1.19

55.  Atkinson County  -1.3

56.  Riverside Military  -2.92

57.  Harlem  -3.09

58.  Josey  -3.65

59.  Crawford County  -9.79

60.  Jordan  -13.51

61.  Social Circle  -20.08

62.  Murray County  -24.44

Class A (public)

1.  Emanuel County Institute  59.54

2.  Lincoln County  49.49

3.  Wilcox County  47.24

4.  Wilkinson County  46.13

5.  Dooly County  42.99

6.  Irwin County  38.43

7.  Trion  38.19

8.  Seminole County  34.51

9.  Marion County  34.37

10.  Turner County  31.34

11.  Jenkins County  31.03

12.  Claxton  31.02

13.  Johnson County  30.57

14.  Mount Zion (Carroll)  29.98

15.  Miller County  28.68

16.  Hancock Central  27.44

17.  Charlton County  27.17

18.  Gordon Lee  27.09

19.  Clinch County  26.99

20.  Greenville  25.23

21.  Telfair County  25.17

22.  Hawkinsville  23.54

23.  Mitchell County  23.34

24.  Treutlen  21.57

25.  Commerce  20.89

26.  Twiggs County  16.5

27.  Terrell County  14.68

28.  Georgia Military College  11.99

29.  Schley County  8.42

30.  Randolph-Clay  6.92

31.  Lanier County  6.5

32.  Warren County  5.75

33.  Portal  5.44

34.  Wheeler County  0.86

35.  Glascock County  0.1

36.  Calhoun County  -4.02

37.  Towns County  -8.01

38.  Rabun Gap  -8.91

39.  Central (Talbotton)  -10.18

40.  Baconton  -10.49

41.  Stewart County  -14.4

42.  Montgomery County  -18.58

Class A (private)

1.  Eagle’s Landing Christian  67.06

2.  Prince Avenue Christian  51.85

3.  Athens Academy  48.84

4.  George Walton Academy  48.28

5.  Landmark Christian  45.63

6.  Calvary Day  45.08

7.  Savannah Christian  44.08

8.  Aquinas  43.93

9.  Walker  42.39

10.  Darlington  39.75

11.  First Presbyterian  38.83

12.  Our Lady of Mercy  37.32

13.  Holy Innocents  35.1

14.  Brookstone  35.08

15.  Whitefield Academy  29.97

16.  Pinecrest Academy  29.25

17.  Athens Christian  29.06

18.  Mount Pisgah Christian  28.3

19.  King’s Ridge  27.19

20.  Mount Paran Christian  26.88

21.  Pace Academy  24.57

22.  Christian Heritage  20.12

23.  Lakeview Academy  18.2

24.  Savannah Country Day  15.47

25.  Strong Rock Christian  7.87

26.  Pacelli  4.39

27.  Mount Vernon  -2.47

28.  Fellowship Christian  -4.73

29.  St. Francis  -8.17

30.  Hebron Christian Academy  -20.71

31.  North Cobb Christian  -21.47

32.  Providence Christian  -26.91

33.  Southwest Atlanta Christian  -28.46

The ratings are compiled by Loren Maxwell, who has been involved with sports ratings since 1986. Maxwell is an avid sports historian and the founder of the Georgia High School Football Historians Association. Currently, he is an active duty officer in the Air Force as an instructor at the Air Force Institute of Technology.

63 comments Add your comment

sportsnut

December 19th, 2012
11:42 pm

Congratulations again Wildcat’s.

FridayNightLightsFan

December 19th, 2012
11:50 pm

I think the Maxwell Ratings did a better job in most cases. Especially in AAAAA

The Cross

December 19th, 2012
11:58 pm

Norcross makes history again by being one of the few teams in the history of the Maxwell ratings to finish above 100!

Great work Norcross!!!!

The Cross

Loren Maxwell

December 20th, 2012
6:15 am

Thanks everyone for all the constructive feedback on the ratings and for a great year following Georgia high school football. I’ll be making some minor updates to the system during the offseason based on some thoughts from your postings.

Also, thanks to Todd and the AJC.com staff for posting the ratings, to the GHSF Daily for featuring the ratings, and to the great group over at GHSFHA.org for making all the data for the scores and schedules freely available.

Finally, congratulations to all fhe state champions and good luck to all teams for next year!

Max Sizemore

December 20th, 2012
7:12 am

Great job, Loren.

GAHSFBFAN24

December 20th, 2012
10:50 am

I think Sandy Creek could be any team in GA regardless of classification.

First Down Creek!!!!

December 20th, 2012
11:39 am

Maxpreps had Sandy Creek ranked 3rd in Ga and 91st in the nation. They will start next year ranked even higher. Rivals stated that they will likely be the highest ranked in Ga. next season, but the formula being used here adds weight to AAAAAA so SC is doing great just making it to #5. We played two teams from AAAAAA and our defense gave up only one score. Classifications go out the window when considering Sandy Creek.

Camden74

December 20th, 2012
1:04 pm

Roll on Camden County Wildcats, roll on! Release the CATS! PLEASE! :-D

The Cross

December 20th, 2012
1:10 pm

GAHSFBFAN24-Don’t be silly. Norcross was 2 scores better than every team in Georgia. Sandy Creek is a good team, but Norcross was Great.

The Cross

That Dude Says...

December 20th, 2012
1:39 pm

@The Cross…

Last time I checked Norcross wasn’t 2 scores better than Lovejoy. I hate to break it to you but Sandy Creek was the best team in the state of Georgia this year. Sandy Creek will be a monster next year also. SCHS returns a QB who had over 2,500 passing yds, a 1,000 yd WR, and two 1,000 yrd rushers. Congratulations on your AAAAAA title but the best team in the state was the AAAA champs.

Stinger63

December 20th, 2012
1:47 pm

Another awesome year in Ga High School Football. Dang…. is is August yet? ;-)

Reg 5aaaaa guy

December 20th, 2012
5:46 pm

Funny…..east was rated higher by the maxwell than five teams rated above it in the final ajc poll for 5a

The Cross

December 20th, 2012
7:26 pm

That Dude says-Sandy Creek played inferior competition so any stats you throw out are meaningless. I watched the Ridgeland game and they STUNK. Like I said Norcross would beat Sandy Creek by at least two scores. SC is good Norcross is GREAT!

Norcross #3 in MaxPreps nationally…#1 in the nation on iBN PrimeTime. Sandy Creek was a fine team but comparing them to Norcross is just silly.

The Cross

GAHSFBFan24

December 20th, 2012
7:39 pm

@The Cross, there is only 1 Norcross player (Kamara) that would likely start for Sandy Creek. Sandy Creek would embarrass Norcross by at least 3 TDs. Why do you think Norcross would win?

itsonlywrite

December 20th, 2012
7:42 pm

so Gainesville is ranked 16 overall… oh well, cant win em all… but Im really trippin that ppl seem to think Sandy Creek will beat everybody… lol smh .. like I said, they are probably the most COMPLETE team, but not the BEST team… but they are good…

#ELEPHANTNATION

The Cross

December 20th, 2012
8:21 pm

GAHSFB-It is hard to engage in an intelligent debate if you continue to say stupid things. SC is a good well coached football team but their talent level is not even close to that of the Blue Devils. Kamara, Autry, Wilber, Ledford, Walker, Northrup, Jenkins, Lynch, Akins, Tate, Carter, Akins, Simpkins, etc. are all going to be playing on Saturdays and half of those names are juniors. You guys are not going to convince anyone that Sandy Creek has more athletes than Norcross. Any college scout would pick Norcross as a recruiting ground vs. Sandy Creek. You guys are good for your classification but no match for the AAAAAA CHAMPIONS. You should stick to playing the minor league AAAA teams, the BIG BOYS will embarrass you.

The Cross

Patriot Power

December 20th, 2012
9:14 pm

How many former Norcross players play or have played on Sunday again? We have four that I know of. One of them goes by the name Megatron. Ever hear of him?

sportsnut

December 20th, 2012
9:51 pm

Hey Cross, you have become the new 74.

FridayNightLightsFan

December 20th, 2012
10:23 pm

But he could never top the nut.

That Dude Says...

December 20th, 2012
10:25 pm

@The Cross… Are you that clueless??

You said AAAA is the minor league’s? You do realize that the classifications are based on school enrollments not football talent right? You’re bringing up Maxpreps and other National rankings. You do realize how subjective those are right? If not just ask Grayson who at one point was #1. As far as your inferior competition remark we can only play who’s on our schedule. Last time I checked the two AAAAAA teams we played got stomped by a combined 69 -14 by Sandy Creek. Might I add both those teams made it to the second round and are annually playoff teams in your precious AAAAAA. So I doubt as you put it the big boys would embarrass SCHS.

For the record SCHS started playing varsity football in 1992 without a senior class. First graduating class was in 1994. SCHS has 7 region titles and 3 state championship’s already. Norcross is old as dirt and only has 3 region titles and just won the schools first state championship. The Norcross football program the last few years has been good but Sandy Creek’s football program is great.

The Cross

December 20th, 2012
11:02 pm

sportsnut-You have become the new Bksmith…congrats.

We would have won if…..

The Cross

The Cross

December 20th, 2012
11:06 pm

Patriot Power-I was talking about the talent on THIS years team. Your comment about NFL players is as relevant as Ike Turner can really throw a punch. Sandy Creek is not in the discussion as far as best teams in Georgia. You guys would have to crawl over 8-10 teams even to get mentioned.

The Cross

The Cross

December 20th, 2012
11:15 pm

That Dude-Newnan and East Coweta…wow I am impressed. Seriously, Norcross is the best team in the state this year and it’s not even close. Be happy you play in the “minor leagues”. Do you have a clue? The GHSA classifies teams to level the playing field. The higher the school’s population the more of a talent pool the school has to draw from. Does that makes sense to you or do you want to continue your illogical line of thinking. You are quickly running down Moroon Lane.

Sometimes it is better to remain silent and appear ignorant than to open your mouth and remove all possible doubt.

There is not a High SChool Football expert out there that would say that Sandy Creek is comparable to Norcross this year. Remember we are talking about THIS YEAR.

The Cross

That Dude Says...

December 21st, 2012
9:00 am

@The Cross… You are one ignorant dude.

You are correct that the GHSA classifies the teams by school enrollments to help level the playing field. You are how ever more ignorant than you already come across if you think just because say a school has 2,200 students it automatically has more TALENT than one compared to with only 1,200 students. I read more than quote this year from coach’s saying regardless of class SCHS was the best in GA. One coach said SCHS was the best team he had ever seen. I’m glad to know that you are the spoke person for high school experts.

I’m glad you’re enjoying your first state title in football. Judging by your schools past it will be about another 60 to 70 years before you all win one again in football. When norcross wins it 3 out of 4 years then speak me. Until then get on our level. By the way is Moroon Lane anything Moron Lane?

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
9:29 am

That Dude-Do you want me to say it slower for you? Saaaandy Creeeeek is a goooood teeeaaam but Nooooorrrrccroooosss is greaaat!

You should have listened to Whitney Houston when she was alive when she so eloquently said “Crack is Whack”.

Norcross would spank you guys like the little leaguers you are. Now run along and let the adults talk about big boy football.

The Cross

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
9:37 am

That Dude-I thought we were debating about which team was better this year? What does winning 3 out of 4 years have to do with anything? It doesn’t. This argument won’t be solved because we are never going to get to see our teams play each other this year.

And also I didn’t speak for the experts they did when they voted Norcross in the National polls. I think Sandy Creek slipped into one…89th or something like that its just too far back for me to see exactly where you are. Congrats.

The Cross

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
9:43 am

Oh I see Sandy Creek now at 91st …now that is exciting!!!

The Cross

Camden74

December 21st, 2012
11:22 am

I guess it’s better to be the “New 74″ than to be the “New Mr. Irrelevant”……..Isn’t that right, bridesmaid? :-)

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
11:41 am

Camden 74-I took that as a compliment…

NGHS 09

December 21st, 2012
12:20 pm

@GAHSFBFAN24 …LOL now that is a joke. To suggest Sandy Creek could beat any team in GA is a very good joke in deed.

1bighammer

December 21st, 2012
12:49 pm

@ The Cross…you are delusional if you think Norcross was the best team in the state this year. Yeah they won a State Championship in AAAAAA, Whoopdee do! Just because its the biggest classification doesn’t automatically make it the best.

Based on the State Championship game that Norcross played…Sandy Creek would have beat the brakes off of them.

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
1:02 pm

1smallhammer–I’m not suggesting that because Norcross plays in the highest classification that they would beat Sandy Creek, I am suggesting that Norcross would beat Sandy Creek because they have more talent at every single position on the field. You guys get a little excited because you beat a weak Ridgeland and really didn’t play one quality opponent this year. Your strength of schedule is laughable. Whereas Norcross beat 7 of the top ten teams any of which would have treated Sandy Creek like you were the new inmate on the cell block. It’s easy to get confident when your toughest opponent all year was Newnan…hahaha.

Any one who follows Georgia High School Football thinks as I do. Norcross was the elite of the state and Sandy Creek was a good solid team who beat a bunch if cupcakes.

The Cross

FridayNightLightsFan

December 21st, 2012
1:03 pm

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Camden74

December 21st, 2012
1:15 pm

The Cross…….Thanks! :-)

1bighammer

December 21st, 2012
1:25 pm

@TheCrASS…More Talented at EVERY position…you have lost your Freaking MIND! It would be a stretch to say Norcross had more Talent at ANY position.

I’m not excited about beating Ridgeland, I knew that was going to happen. You just have to accept it…Norcross isn’t as good as you THINK they are.

1bighammer

December 21st, 2012
1:26 pm

Oh and by the way…Newnan was far from our toughest opponent. Guess we know how you figure toughness…as being in AAAAAA. You obviously know NOTHING about HS football in GA.

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
1:32 pm

1smalllilboyhammer-You guys have a strenthg of schedule that is equal to our JV schedule.

Norcross has played and beaten the likes of North Gwinnett, Camden, Colquitt, Lovejoy, Parkview, Mill Creek any of these teams would have beat you guys badly.

You are like the little brother who wants to play with his older brother and when they finally let him he starts crying after the first play.

Sorry little man, this game is too big for you.

The Cross

NGHS 09

December 21st, 2012
1:45 pm

Let’s put things into perspective here…Lovejoy would KILL Sandy Creek. Lovejoy would beat anyone else in the state as well, but Norcross proved the better of the two. Trust me on this, the AAAAAA title game displayed the most talent on the field and the two best teams in the entire state. You can take that to the bank and cash it for a nice Christmas.

Camden74

December 21st, 2012
1:58 pm

NGHS 09…….The two most talented teams, maybe. But, the two BEST TEAMS, that’s extremely debatable! :-)

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
2:00 pm

1lilbittyhammer-It is not personal…just enjoy your championship in the AAAA and we will enjoy ours in AAAAAA. You are right the higher classification doesn’t mean anything. Everyone is equal. Let’s not keep score or grade papers. Let’s all lie to our kids and tell them they are all the same and we are all winners!

Or do what I do and look your kids dead in the eyes and tell him that there is always someone or some team better out there and in your case it is Nocross or Lovejoy or Camden or Colquitt or North Gwinnett. Don’t let your boys grow up in a foundation of lies. Norcross knows that Notre Dame or Alabama is better than them as you should Know that Norcross is superior to you. It is not personal just a fact.

The Cross

BcS2010

December 21st, 2012
3:08 pm

Next year Tucker will be back stronger than ever!!! They have 9 returners on defense and there leading rusher who I was told is leaning towards committing to Alabama.. They will be back!! And a ol/dl who is 6-6 315 is a beast!! This tucker team looks very good!

1bighammer

December 21st, 2012
3:11 pm

@NGHS09…Lovejoy would not play SC this year…they knew they’d get the beat down. As for the AAAAAA game displaying talent…where was it. It must have been the replays from the AAAAA and AAAA games that you were looking at.

@TheCross..Let me be Perfectly Clear…I never said all things were equal, but I am right…the higher classification doen’t mean you are more talented. You can tell you are from Gwinnett because you think that automatically makes you better than everyone else. Its not your fault though…your just uninformed.

You kno not of what you speak!

Camden74

December 21st, 2012
4:53 pm

High School Football Playoffs still going on in Texas……Too many teams! :-)

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
5:03 pm

Hammertime-Gwinnett is the best county for football in the USA. It has been proven time and time again. Where is Sandy Creek? Fayette? Clayton? I think those two counties are a hotbed for cornhole talent. You boys can really toss those beanbags!!!!

Congrats!!!

The Cross

Patriot Power

December 21st, 2012
5:25 pm

We’ll play anyone willing to play us. Typically the larger classes don’t want go play us as they don’t want to be embarrassed by a smaller school. We plan on being here again next year. Will you?

1bighammer

December 21st, 2012
6:15 pm

@The CrASS…not that I ever did, but now I know for sure that your Opinion is worthless. Anyone who asks where Sandy Creek is, obviously knows NOTHING about HS football. But that was evident from your “Gwinnett is the best county for football in the USA” comment. In your dreams.

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
10:21 pm

Why in the hell should I know where Sandy Creek is??? There is no reason why I should…just because they have a decent Football Team? It is not like they are ever nationally ranked or relevant in a conversation about the best in Georgia. It’s just another school who overestimates how good they are by beating a bunch of puffballs for the last few years. You guys are funny though..it would be like Valdosta State wanting to play the winner of the Alabama/Notre Dame game. You guys are out of your league. You guys are tarnishing your own Championship by talking stupid.

The Cross

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
10:32 pm

Hey but don’t be insulted…I am not sure where Eagles Landing Christian is either.

That’s funny, my credibility is shot because I don’t know where your Podunk Sandy Creek is…hahhaha.

The Cross

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
10:39 pm

This just in Norcross #6 Nationally in Rivals 100…Sandy Creek comes in at an impressive #246. Congrats to Norcross and Sandy Creek!!!!

The Cross

The Cross

December 21st, 2012
10:42 pm

Another News Flash…Norcross takes over #1 spot Nationally on iBN Sports National poll. And a special welcome for Sandy Creek who debuts at #189 to crack the top 200. Great job Sandy Creek and Norcross!!!!

The Cross