Week 8 GHSA Basketball State Rankings

Week 8 Boys Rankings

Class AAAAAAA

1. Grayson (14-1)
2. Shiloh (15-1)
3. Norcross (15-2)
4. Milton (12-3)
5. Newton (13-3)
6. Wheeler (11-5)
7. Cherokee (16-1)
8. East Coweta (11-5)
9. Pebblebrook (9-7)
10. Archer (12-5)

Class AAAAAA

1. Tri-Cities (14-1)
2. South Cobb (15-1)
3. Tucker (13-2)
4. Evans (11-2)
5. Lanier (11-5)
6. Sequoyah (12-4)
7. Chattahoochee (11-6)
8. North Atlanta (10-3)
9. Pope (12-4)
10. Effingham County (11-3)

Class AAAAA

1. Lithonia (17-1)
2. Dutchtown (15-2)
3. Eagle’s Landing (13-1)
4. Cedar Shoals (15-1)
5. Kell (12-4)
6. Warner Robins (12-1)
7. Walnut Grove (14-1)
8. Statesboro (11-5)
9. Veterans (14-1)
10. Buford (12-4)

Class AAAA

1. Woodward Academy (14-1)
2. Sandy Creek (10-3)
3. Americus-Sumter (13-0)
4. Eastside (14-2)
5. Chapel Hill (9-5)
6. Denmark (12-4)
7. Cross Creek (12-4)
8. St. Pius X (11-4)
9. Baldwin (9-4)
10. LaGrange (15-0)

Class AAA

1. Pace Academy (12-4)
2. Johnson-Savannah (13-3)
3. Hart County (15-0)
4. Dawson County (15-2)
5. Windsor Forest (12-4)
6. Franklin County (13-4)
7. GAC (10-5)
8. Lovett (11-4)
9. Westminster (11-5)
10. Long County (13-3)

Class AA

1. Therrell (12-5)
2. Swainsboro (14-2)
3. Douglass (13-4)
4. Butler (9-4)
5. Laney (9-4)
6. Jeff Davis (10-5)
7. Glenn Hills (11-6)
8. Spencer (10-3)
9. Dublin (11-2)
10. Washington County (9-4)

Class A-Private

1. St. Francis (14-3)
2. Greenforest (6-8)
3. Walker (14-1)
4. Mt. Pisgah (13-3)
5. Trinity Christian (11-6)
6. Galloway (14-1)
7. Christian Heritage (13-0)
8. Wesleyan (7-5)
9. WD Mohammed (11-3)
10. First Presbyterian Day (11-3)

Class A-Public

1. Treutlen (15-0)
2. Wilcox County (11-0)
3. Terrell County (10-0)
4. Calhoun County (11-2)
5. Hancock Central (11-2)
6. Lanier County (13-2)
7. Wilkinson County (8-6)
8. Drew Charter (9-6)
9. Turner County (11-2)
10. Dooly County (10-4)

The No. 1 vs. No. 2 clash in Class 7A saw No. 1 Grayson use a 22-8 third quarter to blow past No. 2 Shiloh 72-60 after the Generals trailed by two at the half. Ian Schieffelin was the difference, the 6-foot-7 junior posting 20 points, 8 rebounds and 3 blocks.

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