How I voted, Week 5

jheeter@macon.comSeptember 16, 2012 

Class AAAAAA

1. Camden County

2. Lassiter

3. Grayson

4. Norcross

5. Lowndes

6. West Forsyth

7. Colquitt County

8. North Cobb

9. Johns Creek

10. Walton

There was plenty of upheaval in Class AAAAAA Friday, led by Parkview’s upset of Grayson, a team expected to contend for a mythical national title. Norcross beat North Gwinnett (ranked No. 5 last week) and previously unranked North Cobb stomped No. 3 Walton. I dropped North Gwinnett out of the top 10 mostly because Johns Creek, West Forsyth and Colquitt County didn’t deserve to fall out and somebody had to go with North Cobb elevating in. Walton was ranked higher last week than North Gwinnett, so the Raiders remain ranked.

Class AAAAA

1. Northside

2. Tucker

3. M.L. King

4. Stephenson

5. East Paulding

6. Kell

7. Gainesville

8. Thomas County Central

9. Heritage-Conyers

10. Warner Robins

Kell (previously No. 3) and Warner Robins (previously No. 6) fell after losses to Lassiter and Peach County, respectively. No one entered the rankings.

Class AAAA

1. Sandy Creek

2. Griffin

3. Statesboro

4. Burke County

5. Marist

6. Stephens County

7. Eastside

8. Jonesboro

9. Carrollton

10. Westside

Class AAA

1. Peach County

2. Thomson

3. Buford

4. Washington County

5. Carver-Columbus

6. St. Pius X

7. Dodge County

8. Blessed Trinity

9. Morgan County

10. Cartersville

Class AA

1. Calhoun

2. Brooks County

3. Cook

4. Lamar County

5. Lovett

6. Fitzgerald

7. Vidalia

8. Washington-Wilkes

9. Westminster

10. Early County

Class A

1. Eagle’s Landing Christian

2. Wilcox County

3. Wilkinson County

4. Lincoln County

5. Aquinas

6. Prince Avenue Christian

7. Calvary Day

8. Athens Academy

9. George Walton

10. Our Lady of Mercy

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