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Baseball: Defending champs fall out of rankings

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In the state’s largest classification, Walton beat Milton to knock the defending champions out of the top 10. The Eagles

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have gotten off to a rough 6-4 start to the season. Kennesaw Mountain debuted in the top 10 after winning seven of eight including victories over Lassiter and Etowah.


In Class AAAAA, Sprayberry beat Sequoyah to earn a spot in the top 10. The Chiefs, meanwhile, fell a couple spots while North Paulding dropped out after two recent defeats.


Class AAAA remained the same while, in Class AAA, Appling County dropped out of the top five after a shutout loss to Southeast Bulloch. Oconee County debuted in the rankings after a 7-4 start.


Cook dropped out of the top five in Class AA after two straight losses. Class A saw several changes including Mount Pisgah and Trion making appearances in the top 10 after recent quality wins.



1. Lambert

2. Parkview

3. Harrison

4. Walton

5. Mountain View

6. Tift County

7. West Forsyth

8. Etowah

9. Kennesaw Mountain

10. Valdosta



1. Whitewater

2. Gainesville

3. Greenbrier

4. Evans

5. Allatoona

6. McIntosh

7. Sprayberry

8. Harris County

9. Hardaway

10. Sequoyah


Class AAAA

1. Marist

2. Columbus

3. Crisp County

4. Redan

5. Spalding

6. Columbia

7. Alexander

8. South Effingham

9. Mary Persons

10. Locust Grove


Class AAA

1. Buford

2. Pike County

3. White County

4. Pierce County

5. Jackson County

6. Appling County

7. West Hall

8. Chapel Hill

9. Oconee County

10. Blessed Trinity


Class AA

1. Lovett

2. Westminster

3. Jefferson

4. Jeff Davis

5. Calhoun

6. GAC

7. Cook

8. Bremen

9. Screven County

10. Fitzgerald


Class A


2. Charlton County

3. ECI

4. Darlington

5. Mount Paran

6. Mount Pisgah

7. Hawkinsville

8. King’s Ridge Chr.

9. Trion

10. Whitefield Aca.




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