Final cross country rankings

By Ricky Dimon

Score Atlanta

Marist swept the Class AAAA titles last Saturday at Carrollton High School, finishing atop both the boys and girls rankings.

St. Pius came close to doing the same in Class AAA, with its boys winning the championship and its girls placing runner-up to Blessed Trinity.

Brookwood and Peachtree Ridge ran in the top two of both Class AAAAAA meets, as well (Brookwood boys won, Peachtree Ridge girls won).

Westminster joined Marist as the only other school to sweep titles, although it was not without controversy. The Wildcat girls had been runner-up to Wesleyan in Class AA before a timing error with the ninth and 10th runners was revealed, resulting in a tie.

Boys

Class AAAAAA

1. Brookwood

2. Peachtree Ridge

3. Harrison

4. Marietta

5. Collins Hill

6. Parkview

7. Mill Creek

8. Walton

9. Etowah

10. Milton

Class AAAAA

1. Flowery Branch

2. Greenbrier

3. Clarkston

4. Northview

5. Lakeside-Evans

6. Sequoyah

7. Starr’s Mill

8. Whitewater

9. McIntosh

10. North Paulding

Class AAAA

1. Marist

2. LaGrange

3. Pickens County

4. Perry

5. Alexander

6. Wayne County

7. Chestatee

8. Carrollton

9. Westover

10. Veterans

Class AAA

1. St. Pius

2. North Hall

3. Woodward Academy

4. Blessed Trinity

5. North Oconee

6. Oconee County

7. Buford

8. East Jackson

9. Chapel Hill

10. Savannah Arts Academy

Class AA

1. Westminster

2. Wesleyan

3. Bleckley County

4. Lovett

5. Jefferson

6. Benedictine

7. Thomasville

8. Calhoun

9. Pepperell

10. Murray County

Class A

1. Landmark Christian

2. Athens Christian

3. Darlington

4. First Presbyterian Day

5. Lakeview Academy

6. Holy Innocents’

7. Athens Academy

8. Pace Academy

9. Galloway

10. Hebron Christian

Girls

Class AAAAAA

1. Peachtree Ridge

2. Brookwood

3. Marietta

4. Etowah

5. Walton

6. Harrison

7. Collins Hill

8. West Forsyth

9. Mill Creek

10. South Forsyth

Class AAAAA

1. Northview

2. Dunwoody

3. Lakeside-Evans

4. Starr’s Mill

5. Lakeside-DeKalb

6. McIntosh

7. Pope

8. North Atlanta

9. Creekview

10. Richmond Hill

Class AAAA

1. Marist

2. Heritage-Catoosa

3. Alexander

4. Chestatee

5. Eagle’s Landing

6. Veterans

7. Pickens County

8. LaGrange

9. Grady

10. Columbus

Class AAA

1. Blessed Trinity

2. St. Pius

3. White County

4. North Oconee

5. Buford

6. Woodward Academy

7. North Hall

8. Jackson County

9. Savannah Arts Academy

10. Oconee County

Class AA

T1. Westminster

T1. Wesleyan

3. Lovett

4. Bleckley County

5. St. Vincent’s Academy

6. Jefferson

7. Lamar County

8. Coosa

9. Calhoun

10. Model

Class A

1. Pace Academy

2. Darlington

3. Providence Christian

4. First Presbyterian Day

5. Landmark Christian

6. Hebron Christian

7. Athens Christian

8. Holy Innocents’

9. Athens Academy

10. Paideia

9 comments Add your comment

Mike McGuire

November 12th, 2013
5:17 pm

Mr. Dimon,

The results you have listed are all wrong. Please see the actual results here: http://ga.milesplit.com/meets/149607-ghsa-state-cross-country-championships#.UoKo4M0o6Uk

WolfDawg

November 12th, 2013
7:07 pm

Looks like Gwinnett County was champs on your link too in girls & boys..

Rule Book

November 12th, 2013
8:16 pm

Enter your comments here

Rule Book

November 12th, 2013
8:18 pm

Not surprising that a Westminster grad would list them first in AA girls in spite of the rule book.

ghsaxcfan

November 12th, 2013
10:22 pm

Why put Darlington ahead of Providence Christian when PCA beat Darlington last Saturday?

Coondog

November 13th, 2013
7:50 am

How can Alexander finish ahead of Chestatee?? Chestatee finished 3rd in the state competition Saturday, ahead of Alexander. Go Figure.

Socrates

November 13th, 2013
12:39 pm

Where’s the Public school ranking for A?

lion

November 13th, 2013
8:13 pm

FYI
Just say you don’t know how to do your job and need help.
SHOULD WE RANK THE WRITERS …… it may help you out.

Zane Smith's Teeth

November 13th, 2013
8:49 pm

Wow..Union Grove beats both Mcintosh and Starrs Mill at State and they aren’t ranked…

Great job again AJC.