With another week of football in the books, Class AA still isn’t quite taking to shape but there has been another mix-up in the top 10.
The top four, however, remained in tact. No. 1 Calhoun easily disposed of what was once a north Georgia power, Dalton, shutting out the Catamounts’ offense in a 17-2 win; No. 2 Lamar County kept pace with a 28-7 win over Eagle’s Landing; No. 3 Jefferson posted a second consecutive shut out with a 49-0 win over Jackson County; No. 4 GAC blew out Apalachee, 56-14.
The shakeup takes place beginning at No. 5, with the Brooks County Trojans falling to AAAAAA’s Valdosta in a surprising 50-20 blowout. The Trojans remain in the top 10, falling to No. 8. They were replaced at 5 by the Lovett Lions, who benefited from a bye. The Washington-Wilkes Tigers made the week’s biggest jump, moving three spots to No. 6 with a 28-14 win over A No. 3 Lincoln County. The Tigers, rewarded for the quality of opponent, leapfrogged the Vidalia Indians, who remained at No. 7 after beating McIntosh County Academy, 35-7.
Benedictine continues its impressive start to the season and jumps a spot to No. 9 after a 49-0 win over Long County. New to the top 10 is Thomasville after a 56-6 win over Stewart County.
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