Week 11 GHSA Boys Basketball State Rankings

Week 11 GHSA Boys Basketball State Rankings

Class AAAAAAA

1. Milton (19-2)
2. Grayson (15-3)
3. Pebblebrook (19-2)
4. McEachern (19-4)
5. Berkmar (16-5)
6. Cherokee (17-5)
7. South Forsyth (17-3)
8. North Gwinnett (15-7)
9. Parkview (9-3)
10. Gainesville (14-6)

Class AAAAAA

1. Wheeler (16-4)
2. Kell (15-5)
3. Chattahoochee (12-1)
4. Evans (16-2)
5. Shiloh (14-4)
6. Richmond Hill (15-1)
7. Lanier (15-4)
8. Centennial (15-3)
9. Douglas County (16-5)
10. Westlake (12-3)

Class AAAAA

1. Tri-Cities (15-4)
2. Eagle’s Landing (21-1)
3. St. Pius X (18-2)
4. Veterans (14-0)
5. Lithonia (11-2)
6. Woodward Academy (12-6)
7. Forest Park (8-4)
8. Jonesboro (15-4)
9. Dutchtown (16-7)
10. Clarke Central (12-6)

Class AAAA

1. Baldwin (10-0)
2. Spencer (10-1)
3. Monroe (14-3)
4. Miller Grove (7-4)
5. Stephenson (9-3)
6. Westover (9-4)
7. Luella (17-5)
8. Fayette County (12-11)
9. Jefferson (15-4)
10. Bainbridge (11-5)

Class AAA

1. Sandy Creek (16-4)
2. Hart County (15-3)
3. Windsor Forest (8-2)
4. Johnson-Savannah (11-2)
5. Salem (11-4)
6. Hephzibah (9-2)
7. Cross Creek (12-4)
8. Carver-Atlanta (10-4)
9. White County (13-5)
10. LaFayette (13-1)

Class AA

1. Pace Academy (17-1)
2. Swainsboro (12-1)
3. Washington County (9-0)
4. Columbia (13-5)
5. Lovett (13-5)
6. Thomasville (14-1)
7. Chattooga (12-2)
8. Westside-Augusta (10-4)
9. Woodville-Tompkins (11-4)
10. Banks County (15-7)

Class A-Private

1. Providence Christian (17-3)
2. Galloway (12-1)
3. Trinity Christian (14-6)
4. St. Anne-Pacelli (11-3)
5. Mt. Pisgah (14-6)
6. Christian Heritage (16-2)
7. Greenforest (10-4)
8. First Presbyterian Day (13-1)
9. St. Francis (3-8)
10. Holy Innocents’ (7-2)

Class A-Public

1. Drew Charter (18-0)
2. Dublin (21-1)
3. Irwin County (12-4)
4. Towns County (14-3)
5. Bowdon (17-4)
6. Hancock Central (5-1)
7. Lanier County (14-4)
8. Chattahoochee County (5-1)
9. Manchester (6-1)
10. Warren County (7-3)

It’s officially the home stretch as region play wraps up this week and next. The regular season is more important than ever as currently 13 known regions will not have region tournaments which will pose the debate – is it fair? Would you rather sit out up to a week and a half without playing a game and have a chance to scout, or would you rather your team fight its way through the region playoffs and roll into the state tournament with momentum and not rust? It will be interesting to see whether it will have an effect either way.

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