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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... »

Football: Reclassification affects long-standing rivalries

By Robert Naddra

The reclassification by the Georgia High School Association for the upcoming school year had a direct effect on several football rivalries throughout the state. Here’s a look a few notable grudge matches and their fates since reclassification: St. Pius vs. Marist: The series between the two Atlanta private schools is temporarily on hold thanks to the... »

Football: Region 2 tops list of toughest Class AAA leagues

By Robert Naddra

The recent reclassification has mixed things up and created some very interesting regions for football. Here is a look at PrepCountry’s toughest region in Class AAA for the upcoming season. Region 2-AAA: Throw in former AAAA powers Westside Macon (12-2 in 2009) and Baldwin (9-3) with Class AAA defending champion Peach County and its easy... »

Class AAA Football Playoffs – Regions 1-4

By Steve Copeland

Region 1-AAA Peach County clinched the Region 1 title last week with their victory over Dougherty. Cairo will be the second seed from the region. Monroe and Worth County play to decide the third and fourth seeds. Crisp County lost to both Monroe and Worth County, so even if they upset Peach County, they would... »