Soccer: South Forsyth boys’ upset shakes up AAAAAA

By Score Atlanta

In the Class AAAAAA boys rankings, South Forsyth joined the poll after an upset of previously second-ranked Lambert. It was the Longhorns’ first loss since 2011. Despite a 7-5 record, South Forsyth debuts in this week’s poll at No. 10 after winning five of six games including the mammoth upset of Lambert.

Class AAAAA also saw a bit of a shakeup in the wake of Greenbrier’s suspension of 18 soccer players for alleged alcohol consumption on a school-sponsored trip. The Wolfpack have two ties in their last four games and a 4-0 loss to McIntosh Saturday. Greenbrier, therefore, fell to No. 6 while Dunwoody fell out of the rankings entirely after recent losses to Clarkston and Lakeside-DeKalb. Tucker joined Lakeside in this week’s top 10.

The big news in Class AAAA was Chestatee taking down No. 2 Johnson-Gainesville. The two schools switched places in this week’s rankings while Spalding debuted at No. 10.

Ranked teams in Class AAA suffered a bevy of losses in the past week, and massive movement occurred as a result. West Hall shot to No. 4 after beating East Hall. North Hall debuted in the poll after an impressive win over Buford.

Benedictine snuck into the Class AA poll after sporting a 9-1-1 record thus far this season.

No. 3 Atlanta International School beat No. 2 Galloway in Class A action ad the two school swapped places as a result in this week’s rankings



1. Lassiter

2. Centennial

3. Central Gwinnett

4. Lambert

5. East Coweta

6. Brookwood

7. Roswell

8. Harrison

9. Duluth

10. South Forsyth


1. McIntosh

2. Glynn Academy

3. Starr’s Mill

4. Allatoona

5. Houston County

6. Greenbrier

7. Clarke Central

8. Heritage-Conyers

9. Lakeside-DeKalb

10. Tucker

Class AAAA

1. Dalton

2. Chestatee

3. Carrollton

4. Northwest Whitfield

5. Stone Mountain

6. Johnson-Gainesville

7. Alexander

8. Grady

9. Veterans

10. Spalding

Class AAA

1. St. Pius

2. Dawson County

3. Blessed Trinity

4. West Hall

5. North Murray

6. Woodward Academy

7. Cross Keys

8. Cartersville

9. Decatur

10. North Hall

Class AA

1. Greater Atlanta Christian

2. Calhoun

3. Westminster

4. Westside-Augusta

5. Lovett

6. Coosa

7. Union County

8. Thomasville

9. Atkinson County

10. Benedictine

Class A

1. Paideia

2. Atlanta International

3. Galloway

4. Holy Innocents’

5. Pacelli

6. Hebron Christian

7. Pace Academy

8. Savannah Christian

9. Savannah Country Day

10. Athens Academy


Class AAAAAA No. 4 South Forsyth knocked off previous No. 3 Lambert to climb up one spot in the latest poll. Grayson’s move to No. 3 gives Gwinnett County the top three spots in this week’s rankings. Parkview is up to No. 6 while previous No. 6 Brookwood dropped to No. 10 after falling to Class AA No. 1 Greater Atlanta Christian.

In Class AAAAA, Whitewater jumped up from No. 6 to No. 3 after beating former No. 4 McIntosh. Starr’s Mill moved up to No. 4 following a victory over previous No. 3 Union Grove. Lakeside-DeKalb climbed up to No. 5 following a tie with No. 2 Heritage-Conyers and a victory over Dunwoody, ranked No. 10 at the time. Cambridge also fell out of the poll after a pair of losses. No. 8 Houston County, No. 9 Glynn Academy and No. 10 North Paulding are all new to the rankings.

Carrollton entered the AAAA rankings at No. 9 after a 2-0 week and a victory over Alexander two weeks ago. Grady fell to No. 10 after a non-region loss to Flowery Branch. Meanwhile, No. 4 Cairo knocked Westover out of the rankings with a 4-0 victory last Tuesday.

In Class AA, Westminster held on to the No. 2 spot with a victory over Lovett. Calhoun and Oglethorpe County sit right behind Westminster with No. 1 Greater Atlanta Christian leading the AA poll.

In Class A, Paideia joins the poll at No. 9 after Mount Pisgah fell out of the rankings.


1. Collins Hill

2. Mill Creek

3. Grayson

4. South Forsyth

5. Lassiter

6. Parkview

7. Harrison

8. Lambert

9. Johns Creek

10. Brookwood


1. Northview

2. Heritage-Conyers

3. Whitewater

4. Starr’s Mill

5. Lakeside-DeKalb

6. McIntosh

7. Gainesville

8. Houston County

9. Glynn Academy

10. North Paulding

Class AAAA

1. Marist

2. Heritage-Catoosa

3. Locust Grove

4. Cairo

5. Spalding

6. Alexander

7. Columbus

8. Chestatee

9. Carrollton

10. Grady

Class AAA

1. Blessed Trinity

2. St. Pius

3. Buford

4. Dawson County

5. Woodward Academy

6. Jackson County

7. White County

8. North Hall

9. Callaway

10. Chapel Hill

Class AA

1. Greater Atlanta Christian

2. Westminster

3. Calhoun

4. Oglethorpe County

5. Temple

6. St. Vincent’s Academy

7. Vidalia

8. Bremen

9. Westside-Augusta

10. Dublin

Class A

1. First Presbyterian Day

2. Holy Innocents’

3. Hebron Christian

4. Mount Paran

5. Savannah Country Day

6. Strong Rock Christian

7. Providence Christian

8. Calvary Day

9. Paideia

10. Eagle’s Landing Christian

2 comments Add your comment

David Ramsay

March 26th, 2013
6:11 am

Jackson High School (AAA) boys soccer team is 7-0, 2-0 region,

John Jenkins

March 26th, 2013
9:27 am

Boys 6A, Roswell and Brookwood ahead of Harrison? Who has East Coweta Beat, Stars Mill? Harrison blanked them 4-0… What a farce