Georgia Prep Football Poll – 10/14/2014

Greenbrier Earns Split: Championship Decided Tuesday (Image 1)
Greenbrier Earns Split: Championship Decided Tuesday (Image 1)

The Top Ten teams in the Georgia Sports Writers Association Prep Football Poll of the 2014 season with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

    

Class AAAAAA

Record    Pts    Prv

    1. Colquitt County (14)    7-0    140    1

    2. Grayson    7-0    122    2

    3. Valdosta    7-0    114    3

    4. Langston Hughes    5-1    90    4

    5. Dacula    6-0    73    6

    6. Lowndes    6-1    69    8

    7. Norcross    6-1    60    7

    8. McEachern    4-2    42    9

    9. Milton    5-1    28    10

    10. Camden County    5-2    15    5    

Others receiving votes: North Gwinnett 11, Hillgrove 3, Alpharetta 1, Tucker 1.

    

Class AAAAA

Record    Pts    Prv

    1. Ware County (13)    6-0    139    1

    2. Kell    6-0    121    T2

    3. Allatoona (1)    7-0    115    4

    4. Coffee    6-1    94    5

    5. Northside-Warner Robins    5-1    71    T6

    6. Carver-Columbus    5-1    66    T6

    7. Lanier    6-0    61    8

    8. Carver-Atlanta    6-1    38    NR

    9. Creekside    5-2    32    T2

    10. Jones County    5-1    13    9    

Others receiving votes: Dalton 12, Mays 4, Stephenson 4, Houston County 1.

    

    Dropped out: Dalton (10).¤

Class AAAA

Record    Pts    Prv

     1. Buford      (14)    6-0    140    1

    2. Sandy Creek    6-0    123    2

    3. Griffin    6-0    115    3

    4. Cartersville    5-1    82    5

    5. Woodward Academy    5-1    80    6

    6. Thomas County Central    5-1    76    7

    7. Cairo    5-1    49    9

    8. Marist    6-1    44    4

    9. Mary Persons    5-1    30    10

    10. St. Pius X    4-2    23    NR    

Others receiving votes: Whitewater 7, West Laurens 1.

    

    Dropped out: Whitewater (8).¤

Class AAA

Record    Pts    Prv

    1. Washington County (14)    6-0    140    1

    2. Calhoun    7-0    124    2

    3. Blessed Trinity    6-0    107    3

    4. Jefferson    7-0    93    4

    5. Peach County    7-0    88    5

    6. Central-Carrollton    6-0    70    6

    7. Westminster    6-0    62    7

    8. Westside-Macon    7-0    35    8

    9. Hart County    6-0    24    9

    10. Dodge County    7-0    23    10    

Others receiving votes: Oconee County 4.

    

Class AA

Record    Pts    Prv

    1. Greater Atlanta Christian (14)    7-0    140    1

    2. Vidalia    6-0    119    2

    3. Benedictine    5-1    117    3

    4. Lovett    5-2    95    4

    5. Brooks County    5-2    70    5

    6. Lamar County    4-1-1    56    6

    (tie)Screven County    7-0    56    7

    8. Fitzgerald    5-1    44    8

    9. Darlington    6-1    32    9

    10. Thomasville    4-3    17    10    

Others receiving votes: Union County 15, Model 2.

    

    Dropped out: Union County (10).¤

Class A

Record    Pts    Prv

    1. Aquinas (13)    7-0    139    1

    2. Marion County    6-0    121    2

    3. Mount Paran Christian (1)    6-0    114    3

    4. Calvary Day    6-0    95    4

    5. Hawkinsville    7-0    86    5

    6. Irwin County    4-1-1    64    7

    7. Tattnall Square    6-0    44    NR

    8. Landmark Christian    5-1    42    8

    9. Savannah Christian    5-1    32    6

    10. Charlton County    5-1    25    9    

Others receiving votes: Claxton 6, Emanuel County Institute 1.

    

    Dropped out: Dooly County (10).    

    

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The following publications participated in the poll: the Athens Banner-Herald; Augusta Chronicle; the Brunswick News; Clayton News Daily, Jonesboro; Columbus Ledger-Enquirer; Gainesville Times; Gwinnett Daily Post, Lawrenceville; Macon Telegraph; Marietta Daily Journal; Savannah Morning News; ScoreAtlanta; Tifton Gazette; Valdosta Daily Times; Walker County Messenger, LaFayette.

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