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Softball: 3 biggest classes have new No. 1’s heading into playoffs

By Robert Naddra

There are new teams atop three classifications in the PrepCountry.com/GACA coaches softball poll heading into the region playoffs next week. Harrison, 22-2, jumps from second to first in Class AAAAA after winning 11 of its final 12 games in the regular season. ¬†Brookwood, last week’s No. 1, dropped to No. 2 after losing two of... »

Softball: No. 1 teams stay put in all 5 classes

By Robert Naddra

There was little shuffling in the latest PrepCountry.com/GACA coaches softball rankings as teams continue to jockey for position for the upcoming region playoffs. All five No. 1 teams held their positions. Brookwood leads Class AAAAA again as the top four teams remained the same from last week. Harrison, Mill Crek and Collins Hill fall in... »

Volleyball: Cobb teams maintain lock atop AAAAA poll

By Robert Naddra

Cobb County teams Harrison, North Cobb and Walton kept the top three spots in Class AAAAA in the PrepCountry.com/GACA coaches volleyball rankings for the week of Sept. 10. All four No. 1 teams remained atop the poll this week. In Class AAAA, Pope and Chattahoochee remained No. 1 and No. 2 while McIntosh moved up... »

Volleyball: Green, Murphy named Georgia’s top recruits

By PrepCountry.com Correspondent

By Michael Green Prepvolleyball.com. unveiled its Senior Aces list this week. The Senior Aces represent the top 250 high school senior volleyball recruits nationwide as determined by more than 120 college coaches (mostly from Division I schools) who are polled annually in an effort to identify the best college recruits in the country. Mara Green... »

Football:Woodland QB heads list of top performers

By Robert Naddra

Woodland-Cartersville’s R.J. Williams was among several players who showed their versatility last weekend. the quarterback accounted for more than 400 yards offense and six touchdowns in the Wildcats’ 55-23 win over South Forsyth. He passed for 264 yards and five touchdowns, and rushed for 205 yards and another score. Here are more top performers from... »

Softball: Jones County takes over at No. 1 in AAAA poll

By Robert Naddra

Jones County unseated Greenbrier as the top team in Class AAAA in this week’s PrepCountry.com/GACA coaches softball poll. Jones County moved up from No. 2 while Union grove jumped from ninth to second and Greenbrier fell to third. Since the poll came out, however, Jones County has lost two straight games, including one to... »

Softball: Walnut Grove jumps to No. 1 after 8-0 start

By Robert Naddra

Walnut Grove is one of three new No. 1 teams this week in the latest PrepCountry.com/GACA softball coaches poll. Walnut Grove jumped from No. 4 to No. 1 in Class AAA after an 8-0 start, while previous No. 1 Allatoona dropped¬† to second and Oconee County dropped from second to third. Also, Greater Atlanta Christian... »

Volleyball: Cobb teams dominate 5A preseason poll

By Robert Naddra

Defending state champion Walton leads four Cobb County schools ranked among the top five in the state in the first PrepCountry.com/GACA Coaches volleyball poll for 2011. Harrison, which finished third in 2010, is ranked No. 2. Lassiter is ranked No. 4 and Kennesaw Mountain is No. 5. Another Cobb County team, North Cobb, is ranked... »

Softball: 3 defending champs begin season No. 1

By Robert Naddra

Three 2010 state champions begin this season No. 1 in their respective classes in the PrepCountry.com/GACA Coaches softball preseason poll. Gordon Lee in Class A, Buford in AA and Collins Hill all are ranked No. 1 to begin the season. In Class AAAAA, Brookwood is ranked No. 2 after finishing third last season. Archer, another... »

Baseball: New No. 1’s take over in three classes

By Robert Naddra

Three classifications have new No. 1 teams in this week’s PrepCountry.com/GACA baseball coaches poll. Last week Luella moved from fifth to first in Class AAAAA, but East Coweta made an even bigger leap this week. The Indians (7-0) took over the top spot in the state’s largest classification after being ranked No. 8 last week.... »