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Allatoona 67, Spain Park (Ala.) 44
Creekside 60, Langston Hughes 57
Crisp County 60, Howard 48
Fayette County 91, Grady 46
Lake Highland (Fla.) 60, Tift County 49
Lakeside-DeKalb 55, McNair 49
Lincoln (N.Y.) 73, Wheeler 57
Morgan County 75, Luella 61
Perry 63, Bleckley County 44
Riverdale 62, Henry County 60
Southwest DeKalb 61, Redan 57
Stone Mountain 74, Chamblee 59
Tri-Cities 107, Morrow 106
Veterans 59, Houston County 52
West Laurens 69, Hawkinsville 65
Westlake 54, Jonesboro 51
Blount (Ala.) 58, Fayette County 48
Chamblee 47, Lakeside-DeKalb 39
Druid Hills 54, McNair 28
Forest Park 55, Grady 42
Langston Hughes 56, Arabia Mountain 21
Mt. Zion-Jonesboro 55, Henry County 49
Norcross 49, Southwest Atlanta Christian 48
Forest Park 55, Grady 42
Tucker 48, Westlake 44
Washington County 65, Rockdale County 44
Here is the all-region team for 7-A, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Offensive player of the year: Ruben Garnett, Aquinas, Jr.
Defensive player of the year: Will Black, First Presbyterian Day, Sr.
Special teams player of the year: Justin Thompson, Aquinas, Jr.
QB – Liam Welch, Aquinas, So.
QB – Will McCormick, First Presbyterian Day, So.
RB – Colby Lawrence, Georgia Military, Sr.
RB – Mikey McIntire, Lincoln County, Sr.
RB – Shiquez Underwood, Wilkinson County, Sr.
RB – TJ Lowe-Foston, Georgia Military, Jr.
RB – Dontarius Brookins, Hancock Central, Sr.
RB – Reggie Gantt, First Presbyterian Day, So.
WR – Daniel Lindsey, Aquinas, Jr.
WR – Antonio Whipple, Wilkinson County, Sr.
WR – O’Showen Williams, First Presbyterian Day, So.
WR – Mack Tharpe, Twiggs County, Jr.
OL – Devonta Walker, Georgia Military, Sr.
OL – Martin Wilson, First Presbyterian Day, Sr.
OL – Palmer Haynes, First Presbyterian Day, Jr.
OL – Jeff Fox, Aquinas, Sr.
OL – Ryan Bussey, Aquinas, Sr.
Here is the all-region team for 6-A Div. A, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Offensive player of the year: QB Trevor Brown, Christian Heritage
Defensive player of the year: LB Brooks Busby, Darlington
Coach of the year: Tommy Atha, Darlington
QB – Trevor Brown, Christian Heritage
RB – Matt Turner, Mount Zion
RB – Trey Edge, Darlington
OL – Bret Peterson, Trion
OL – Grigsby Gordy, Darlington
OL – Will Sizemore, Mount Zion
OL – Dalton Hegwood, Trion
OL – Nathan Whaley, Mount Zion
WR – Nich Bartley, Christian Heritage
WR – Will Fischer, Christian Heritage
TE – Will Muschamp, Darlington
PK – Sloan Peters, Darlington
DL – Wyatt Miller, Darlington
DL – Landon Rice, Darlington
DL – Will Hawkins, Darlington
DL – Daniel Sanford, Trion
LB – Grant Moss, Darlington
LB – Brooks Busby, Darlington
LB – Austin Lowe, Christian Heritage
DB – Zack Cobb, Gordon Lee
DB – Logan Rice, Darlington
DB – Takarius Tuggle, Mount Zion
DB – Will Mathis, Darlington
Here is the all-region team for 4-A, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Player of the year: Lorenzo Smothers, Marion County
Offensive player of the year: Wyatt Peterson, Pacelli
Defensive player of the year: Mark Lloyd, Dooly County
Coach of the year: Mike Swaney, Marion County
QB – Dustin Eckert, Marion County
RB – Tra Minter, Schley County
RB – Dontavious Grace, Hawkinsville
RB – Johnny Royal, Marion County
WR – Bryan Foster, Pacelli
WR – Matt Corbin, Schley County
WR – Kris Lundy, Dooly County
TE – Daryl Ragland, Marion County
OL – Tom Braddock, Schley County
OL – Nick Sargent, Brookstone
OL – Larry Glover, Dooly County
OL – Devin Wiggins, Hawkinsville
OL – Tray Smith, Marion County
ATH – Mark Clark, Dooly County
K – A.J. Wells, Marion County
DL – Chris Rehak, Pacelli
DL – Terrell Deriso, Dooly County
DL – Royce Owens, Hawkinsville
DL – Quantez Freeman, Marion County
DL – Rodrick Bishop, Marion County
LB – Tay Daniels, Dooly County
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Alexander 64, Howard 40
Allatoona 62, Columbia (Ala.) 44
Blessed Trinity 53, Kennesaw Mountain 49
Bowdon 85, Temple 50
Cedar Shoals 54, Parkview 49
Centennial 81, Southwest Atlanta Christian 38
Chamblee 72, Druid Hills 66
Douglass 84, Jackson County 50
Gainesville 79, Chestatee 63
Grayson 72, Collins Hill 62
Greater Atlanta Christian 71, North Cobb Christian 56
Jenkins 77, Thomasville 44
Landmark Christian 79, Calvary Day 70
Lovett 62, Schley County 48
Lowndes 57, First Presbyterian 47
McEachern 47, Berkmar 36
Morgan County 53, Richland Northeast (S.C.) 48
Morrow 77, Creekside 45
North Florida Christian 58, Wesleyan 57
North Gwinnett 51, Habersham Central 15
North Hall 53, Flowery Branch 51
Pebblebrook 76, Paulding County 58
Perry 75, Peach County 71
Pope 58, Starr’s Mill 52
Redan 70, McNair 65
St. Pius 58, Sprayberry 55
Sandy Creek 58, McIntosh 52
Sonoraville 63, Morris Innovative 17
Stone Mountain 55, Arabia Mountain 38
Here is the all-region team for 3-A Div. A, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Player of the year: QB Michael Peterson, Calvary Day, Sr.
Offensive player of the year: QB Cornelius Taylor, Claxton, Jr.
Offensive athlete of the year: RB/WR Derek Kirkland, Calvary Day, Sr.
Defensive player of the year: DL Andre’ Wilson, Calvary Day, Sr.
Defensive athlete of the year: DB Demetris Robertson, Savannah Country Day, So.
QB – Ira Hendrix, Jenkins County, Sr.
RB – Robert Heyward, Calvary Day, Jr.
RB – Oliver Cesar, Savannah Country Day, Sr.
RB – Wade Benton, Savannah Christian, Jr.
WR – Jordan Walker, Calvary Day, Sr.
WR – Ben Johnson, Savannah Country Day, Sr.
TE – Milan Richard, Calvary Day, Sr.
OL – Nicholas Korcik, Savannah Christian, Sr.
OL – William Woods, Savannah Country Day, Sr.
OL – Alex Herndon, Calvary Day, So.
OL – Tripp Pearson, Calvary Day, Sr.
OL – Brad Butler, Calvary Day, Sr.
OL – Dalton Stewart, Claxton, Sr.
ATH – Darvis Small, Claxton, So.
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Apalachee 68, Cedar Shoals 65
Berrien 64, Echols County 36
Brookwood 56, Wesleyan 45
Chattahoochee 55, Lanier 47
Cherokee 50, River Ridge 30
Collins Hill 73, Mountain View 45
Columbia 67, Miller Grove 65
Columbus 44, Brookstone 43
Crisp County 67, Hawkinsville 61
Fayette County 82, Creekside 70
Greater Atlanta Christian 83, North Florida Christian (Fla.) 37
Landmark Christian 60, Savannah Country Day 41
Lee County 63, Early County 53
Marietta 75, Hapeville Charter 39
Norcross 63, Peachtree Ridge 45
North Gwinnett 87, Mill Creek 62
Orangeburg-Wilkinson (S.C.) 61, Hephzibah 43
South Pointe 64, Luella 50
St. John Bosco (Calif.) 63, Greenforest Christian 55
St. Pius X 71, Pickens County 45
Stone Mountain 67, McNair 53
Veterans 61, Peach County 43
Westside-Augusta 39, Butler 33
Wheeler 62, Paul VI (Va.) 46
Allatoona 35, West Laurens 28
Bleckley County 66, Peach County 59
Buford 54, Banks County 33
Calhoun 60, Sonoraville 44
Calvary Day 42, Pace
By Craig Sager II
Allatoona 59, Vestavia Hills (Ala.) 36: The Bucs advanced to the semifinals of the 12th annual Bellinis Jaguar Classic in Birmingham, Ala. with a dominating defensive effort. Vestavia Hills scored in single digits the first three quarters and Allatoona took a comfortable 33-15 lead into the half. Daniel Fowler led Allatoona with 18 points, eight rebounds and four steals. The Bucs will face Columbia (Ala.) at 6 p.m. on Saturday.
Athens Academy 75, Oglethorpe County 74 (2OT): Junior point guard Eric Williams had a game-high 39 points and a memorable night pacing the Spartans. Williams hit a runner in the lane with nine seconds left in regulation to force overtime and in the extra period sunk a long 3-pointer to force double overtime. Williams scoring outburst put him over 1,000 points for his career
Campbell 63, Riverdale 56: The Spartans were led by sophomores Mike Olmert and Laz Walker and advanced to the second round of the Henry County
Here is the all-region team for 8-AA, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Offensive player of the year: WR Charlie Woerner, Rabun County, So.
Defensive players of the year: DT Luther Jones, Union County, Sr., and SS Tradd Porter, Jefferson, Jr.
Special teams player of the year: P Robert Prunier, Union County, Jr.
Coach of the year: Robby Robinson, Washington-Wilkes
OL – Tommy Chevalier, Rabun County, Sr.
OL – Jordan Tyler, Jefferson, Sr.
OL – Eli Griffin, Jefferson, Sr.
OL – Darryl Ware, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.
OL – Ken Johnson, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.
OL – Nikita Fair, Washington-Wilkes, Jr.
QB – Joseph Mancuso, Union County, So.
RB – Isaiah Blake, Jefferson, Sr.
RB – JaQuavious Blackburn, Washington-Wilkes, So.
WR – Jalen Turner, Washington-Wilkes, Sr.
WR – Raleigh Beougher, Riverside Military, Jr.
WR – Jacob Rogers, Union County, Jr.
DL – Damion Brown, Greene County, Sr.
DL – Tyler Bowen, Jefferson, Sr.
DL – Tremond Ferrell,
Here is the all-region team for 4-AA, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Coach of the year: Franklin Stephens, Lamar County
Player of the year: Lawrence Austin, Lamar County
Offensive player of the year: Lance Austin, Lamar County
Defensive player of the year: Qua Searcy, Lamar County
Kicker: Tyler Scandrett, Lamar County
Punter: Austin Simmons, Bleckley County
Long Snapper: Peyton Robinson, Bleckley County
Returner: Lane Thomas, Monticello
Athlete: Tavon Ross, Bleckley County
OL – Todd Wainwright, Taylor County
OL – Shaunkendrick Brown, Bleckley County
OL – James Bannister, Lamar County
OL – Demario Bullard, Putnam County
OL – Raymond Smith, Macon County
TE – Quintavious Waller, Putnam County
QB – James Whiteman, Taylor County
RB – Tre Jackson, Monticello
RB – Juan Tucker, Lamar County
REC – Keyshioun Chappell, Taylor County
REC – Devontae Hudson, Macon County
DL – Caleb Wynne, Bleckley County
DL – Rashad Johnson, Lamar County
DL – Kevin Montfort, Taylor
Here is the all-region team for 3-AAA, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Player of the year: A.J. Gray, Washington County
Offensive player of the year: Melvin Hill, Washington County
Defensive player of the year: D.J. Sanders, Washington County
Specialist of the year: Stephen Gomez, Swainsboro
Coach of the year: Joel Ingram, Washington County
QB – Will Jordan, Jefferson County
RB – Cartabious Quarterman, Jefferson County
WR – Felton Hatcher, Thomson
WR – Josh Burden, Washington County
TE – Chris Edwards, Washington County
OL – Jacob Gurine, Dodge County
OL – Brandon Foskey, Swainsboro
OL – Dexter Grier, Jefferson County
OL – Tristan Lambert, Washington County
OL – Britt Helton, Washington County
PK – Mitchell Tanner, Dodge County
DL – Romello Cummings, Dodge County
DL – DeAngelo Jordan, Swainsboro
DL – Jaquez Hart, Thomson
DL – Marcel Johnson, Washington County
LB – Daylan Williams, Jefferson County
LB – Will Coneway, Washington
Here is the all-region team for 1-AAAA, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Player of the year: Charles Stafford, Monroe
Offensive player of the year: Jeremiah Hill, Cairo
Defensive player of the year: Trenton Thompson, Westover
Coach of the year: Octavia J. Jones Sr., Westover
QB – Johnathan Thomas, Americus-Sumter
RB – Shannon Saunders, Westover
RB – Wesley Fields, Americus
WR – Landon Whitman, Crisp County
WR – Emmanuel Davis, Monroe
WR – Ricardo Sloan, Dougherty
OL – Richard Walker, Cairo
OL – Henry Battle, Americus-Sumter
OL – Tyler Sheppard, Cairo
OL – Johnathan Leverette, Americus-Sumter
OL – Jeff Bradley, Worth
ATH – Jaelon Benjamin, Westover
OL – Breon King, Crisp County
DL – Andre Hadley, Cairo
DL – Brenten Wimberly, Westover
DL – Tim McCray, Monroe
DL – Elijah Johnson, Crisp County
LB – Antravious Parks, Westover
LB – Jawon Young, Albany
LB – Marcus Gaines, Cairo
LB – Antonio Leroy, Monroe
DB – Jysanti Richardson, Westover
Here is the all-region team for 5-AAAAA, as chosen by the league’s coaches:
Player of the year: Chandler Burks, South Paulding
Lineman of the year: Lorenzo Adger, South Paulding
Special teams player of the year: Josh Klein, East Paulding
48-minute player: Matt Mixon, North Paulding
Offensive player of the year: Chase Noonan, North Paulding
Defensive player of the year: Dylan Coleman, East Paulding
Newcomer of the year: Sonny Smith, East Paulding
Assistant coach of the year: Jeremy Edwards, North Paulding
Coach of the year: Scott Jones, North Paulding
QB – Mitchell Webb, East Paulding
QB – Conner Larson, Allatoona
RB – Josh Batista, Allatoona
RB – Jae Bowen, South Paulding
RB – Frank Griffin, Rome
RB – Corn Collins, North Paulding
WR – Mac Seagle, North Paulding
WR – Kris Ballinger, Villa Rica
WR – Kayden Bishop, North Paulding
WR – DJ Ezell, Allatoona
WR – LJ Pope, South Paulding
TE – Ben Norman, South Paulding
TE – Andricus Parker, Hiram
OL – Amir Moore,
Below are the top 25 rankings for each class, based on the final 2013 computer Maxwell Ratings but with each team placed in its 2014 classification.
It appears that the top three classes will get a little stronger, while AAA and AA will get a little weaker. Class A should be about the same.
The highest class picked up AAAAA runner-up Tucker and Region 5-AAAAA champion North Paulding without losing any Top 10 teams. Maxwell rates Tucker as only the No. 11 team, but the computer ratings were skeptical two years ago about Lovejoy, the 2011 AAAA runner-up that moved to the highest class and was runner-up again.
2. North Gwinnett
3. Collins Hill
4. Colquitt County
6. Camden County
10. Mill Creek
11. Tucker (AAAAA)
12. Peachtree Ridge
15. North Cobb
17. North Paulding (AAAAA)
23. Tift County
The offseason typically brings between 70 and 100 head coaching hires. Here are the 28 schools that we know about that are making changes:
*Armuchee – Preston Cash
*Bacon County – Hildrick Garrison
*Baldwin – Dexter Copeland
*Cedar Shoals – Chris Davis
*Chattooga – Clay Livingstone (Hired: Charles Hammon)
*Coahulla Creek – Jared Hamlin
*Cook – Ken Cofer
*East Coweta – Clint Wade
*Fannin County – Greg Chambers
*Forest Park – John Diehl
*Hampton – New school
*Heritage (Conyers) – Mike Parris
*Heritage (Ringgold) – Tim James
*Jenkins County – Ashley Harden
*LaGrange – Donnie Branch (Hired: Dialleo Burks)
*Lovejoy -Al Hughes (Hired: Edgar Carson)
*McIntosh County Academy – Keith Gosse
*Mount de Sales – Robert Slocum (Hired: Keith Hatcher)
*Mount Zion (Jonesboro) – Ervin Starr
*Oconee County – Mitch Olson
*Ola – John Kovzel
*Parkview – Cecil Flowe
*Rockmart – Dan Duff (Hired: Ben Turner)
*Toombs County – Steve Versprille
*Twiggs County – Jeb Stewart
*Upson-Lee – Tommy