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Associated Press Georgia prep football poll (09/17/13)

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The Top Ten teams in the Georgia Sportswriters Association Prep Football Polls of the 2013 season with first-place votes in parentheses and win-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

Class A
Record    Pts    Prv
1. Eagle's Landing Christian (19)        3-0    190    1
2. Landmark Christian                         4-0    169    2
3. Savannah Christian Prep.              1-0-1    144    3
T4. Aquinas                                          2-0    110    5
T4. Prince Avenue Christian                 2-1    110    4
6. Lincoln County                                 1-1    88    6
7. Irwin County                                  2-0-1    79    7
8. George Walton                                2-1    55    8
9. Seminole County                             3-0    22    9
10. Marion County                               2-0    17    NR    

Others receiving votes: Pace Academy 12, Johnson County 7, Trion 5, Athens Academy 3, Mt. Paran 3, Emanuel County Institute 1.
    
Dropped out: Wilcox County (10).

Class AA
Record    Pts    Prv
1. Greater Atlanta Christian (13)          4-0    182    2
2. Lamar County (6)                             3-0    176    3
3. Lovett                                               3-0    150    5
4. Calhoun                                            2-1    109    1
5. Vidalia                                               3-0    108    6
6. Washington-Wilkes                           3-0    98    7
7. Jefferson                                           2-1    88    4
8. Brooks County                                  2-1    57    8
9. Benedictine Military                           3-0    47    9
10. Cook                                               2-1    14    NR    

Others receiving votes: Manchester 10, Westminster 2, Bremen 1, Pelham 1, Thomasville 1, Westside-Augusta 1.
    
Dropped out: Thomasville (10).

Class AAA
Record    Pts    Prv
1. Buford      (18)                                   3-0    189    1
2. St. Pius X                                           3-0    167    2
3. Cartersville (1)                                   3-0    156    3
4. Washington County                           3-0    130    5
5. North Hall                                           3-0    116    6
6. Jefferson County                                3-0    87    7
7. Carver-Columbus                               2-1    60    4
8. North Oconee                                     1-1    49    9
9. Callaway                                            2-0    35    10
10. Hart County                                     3-0    25    NR    

Others receiving votes: Pierce County 13, Peach County 10, Ringgold 3, Woodward Academy 3, Decatur 1.
    
Dropped out: Peach County (8)

Class AAAA
Record    Pts    Prv
1. Sandy Creek (19)                              2-0-1    190    1
2. Carrollton                                           3-0    171    3
3. Griffin                                                  3-0    145    4
4. Stockbridge                                        3-0    128    5
5. Monroe Area                                       3-0    105    7
6. Burke County                                      1-1    93    2
7. Statesboro                                          3-0    78    9
8. Wayne County                                    3-0    38    10
9. Westside-Macon                                 2-1    36    8
10. Mary Persons                                    3-0    27    NR    

Others receiving votes: Marist 17, Cedartown 7, Riverdale 7, Grady 3.
    
Dropped out: Marist (6)

Class AAAAA
Record    Pts    Prv
1. Northside-Warner Robins (13)            3-0    183    1
2. Tucker (5)                                            3-0    173    2
3. Stephenson (1)                                   3-0    153    3
4. Kell                                                      3-0    127    4
5. Gainesville                                           2-1    110    6
6. Thomas County Central                       3-1    92    7
7. Warner Robins                                     2-0    79    8
8. Allatoona                                             3-0    61    9
9. Ware County                                       2-1    22    10
T10. Lee County                                      3-0    19    NR
T10. M.L. King                                          2-1    19    5    

Others receiving votes: Creekside 4, Union Grove 2, Bainbridge 1.

Class AAAAAA
Record    Pts    Prv
1. North Gwinnett (19)                            3-0    190    1
2. McEachern                                           3-0    171    2
3. Colquitt County                                   3-1    147    3
4. Peachtree Ridge                                  3-0    123    5
5. Mill Creek                                             3-0    101    8
6. Lovejoy                                                2-1    91    6
7. Hillgrove                                               3-0    65    9
T8. Camden County                                  2-1    30    NR
T8. Lowndes                                             2-1    30    NR
10. Valdosta                                             3-0    29    NR    

Others receiving votes: Coffee 22, North Cobb 22, Norcross 19, Marietta 4, Walton 1.
    
Dropped out: North Cobb (4), Norcross (7), Marietta (10).

The following publications voted in the poll: The Albany Herald; The Athens Banner-Herald; The Augusta Chronicle; the Brunswick News; the Cherokee Tribune; the Clayton News-Daily; the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer; The Daily Citizen (Dalton); the Forsyth County News; The Gwinnett Daily Post; the Henry Daily Herald; The Marietta Daily Journal; the Savannah Morning News; Score Atlanta; the Statesboro Herald; The Telegraph (Macon); The Tifton Gazette; The Times (Gainesville); The Walker County Messenger.

 

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