How I voted Week 2

jheeter@macon.comAugust 27, 2012 

Class AAAAAA

1. Grayson

2. Camden County

3. Walton

4. Lassiter

5. North Gwinnett

6. Lowndes

7. Norcross

8. Valdosta

9. Lovejoy

10. Colquitt County

Brookwood and McEachern drop out of my top 10 after losses to Walton and Grayson, respectively. Lovejoy and Valdosta replace them in the rankings. Colquitt County falls three spots after its last-second loss to North Gwinnett.

Class AAAAA

1. Northside

2. Tucker

3. Kell

4. M.L. King

5. Stephenson

6. Warner Robins

7. Gainesville

8. Flowery Branch

9. Pope

10. East Paulding

Kell flipped with M.L. King after beating Chattahooche. Tucker did impress with a blowout win over Cedar Grove, but not enough to move into the top spot.

Class AAAA

1. Sandy Creek

2. Carrollton

3. Cairo

4. Statesboro

5. Griffin

6. Marist

7. Burke County

8. Jonesboro

9. Baldwin

10. Perry

Burke County fell from No. 2 after blowing a two-touchdown lead to Thomson.

Class AAA

1. Buford

2. Peach County

3. Carver-Columbus

4. Thomson

5. St. Pius X

6. Washington County

7. Elbert County

8. Blessed Trinity

9. Appling County

10. North Oconee

Thomson jumped up from No. 7 to No. 4 following its impressive come-from-behind win over Burke County. Blessed Trinity and North Oconee moved into the top 10, while Cedar Grove and Jefferson County fall out after losses to Tucker and Fitzgerald.

Class AA

1. Calhoun

2. Lamar County

3. Fitzgerald

4. Cook

5. Lovett

6. Greater Atlanta Christian

7. Brooks County

8. Westminster

9. Laney

10. Vidalia

Fitzgerald moves up three spots following its win over Jefferson County. McIntosh County Academy drops out after a loss to Glynn Academy and Vidalia moves in to the rankings.

Class A

1. Lincoln County

2. Aquinas

3. Eagle’s Landing Christian

4. George Walton

5. Wilkinson County

6. Wilcox County

7. Calvary Day

8. Savannah Christian

9. Dooly County

10. Landmark Christian

We had a chaotic first week in Class A, and I can see this poll fluctuating a lot this season. Lincoln County is my new number one after Savannah Christian lost to Jenkins, Landmark Christian lost to Calvary Day and ELCA lost to Washington County. ELCA's loss was the most impressive, but I can't elevate a team to No. 1 after a loss. So Lincoln County moves up from No. 4. Aquinas is No. 2 and George Walton is No. 4, but I wouldn't be surprised if either are both aren't in the top five in a few weeks. Wilkinson County and Wilcox County play this week, and I can see myself moving the winner way up in the rankings. FPD has a shot to enter the rankings as well if the Vikings can upset George Walton.

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