General News for January 2016

As the regular season gets closer and closer to completion, we want to get out to as many big match-ups as possible. We spent Saturday bouncing around Atlanta and caught two important games. Here are six takeaways on a doubleheader Saturday. We saw Sandy Creek defeat Fayette County 76-64 and Pebblebrook beat Langston Hughes 72-48. 

The Pittsburgh Basketball Club High School Classic rolled out its two-day event this past weekend on the basketball floor at Montour High School.

Class AA

No. 2 Seminole County 80, Fitzgerald 70: Jordan Harris posted 36 points, 13 rebounds, seven assists, three steals and three blocks on senior night. Anfernee King went for 17 points, 10 assists, five steals, four rebounds and two blocks.

No. 6 Lovett 54, Wesleyan 39: The Lions picked up another Region 6 win to keep pace with No. 4 Pace Academy for first place. Crawford Schwieger and Henry Richardson both scored 13 points. Charles Nastopoulos chipped in 11. Lovett hosts Pace Academy tomorrow at 5 P.M.

No. 9 Holy Innocents’ 75, BEST Academy 47: The Golden Bears led 47-24 at the half and cruised to the finish line. Cole Smith scored 21 points to lead Holy Innocents’ but it was Hugh Chapman’s career-high 17 points that was most impressive. Jules Erving and Harrison Cobb finished their nights with 11 and 12 points respectively.


Class A

No. 2 North Cobb Christian 75, Christian Heritage 39: Will Crumly exploded for 30 points, six rebounds and eight blocks against the smaller Lions. Nick Fleming scored 17 points.

No. 4 Pace Academy 76, Hapeville Charter 48: Hapeville had no answers inside for Isaiah Kelly and Wendell Carter Jr. Kelley had 14 points and Carter finished with 14 points, 15 rebounds and six assists.

No. 8 Stratford Academy 69, Twiggs County 63: O’Showen Williams showed out with 36 game-high points. James Mitchell and Tyler Jordan both scored 10 apiece.

No. 10 Lincoln County 82, Glascock County 40: The Red Devils cruised behind a balanced attack. Javon Reid led Lincoln County with 19 points. Zach Crite scored 16 and Ahmad Rand added 15.

St. Anne-Pacelli 59, Hawkinsville 56: Tre Sudberry continued his assault on the year with 31 points and five rebounds. Triston Wells scored 13 points and collected four rebounds. Armon Prophet finished with five points, 11 assists and nine rebounds.

Mt. Zion 66, Excel Christian 63 OT: Excel’s five-game winning streak came to an end in overtime. Caleb West scored 16 points while Darius Thrower was held to 13 in the loss.

Paideia 48, Galloway 37: The Pythons snaked their way to another victory behind Addison Owen’s 22 points.

 

Mt. Pisgah 61, Providence Christian 39: Elijah Carlson led the Storm with 12 points in the loss. Bobby Rodgers collected a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. 

Class AAAA

No. 2 Lithonia 56, No. 3 St. Pius 48: With the win, the Bulldogs all but wrap up the regular season Region 6 title. Lithonia used an 11-3 run in the third quarter to pull away. UT-Chattanooga-commit Rodney Chatman finished with 24 points, six rebounds and three assists on senior night. Tyheem Freeman added 16 points. St. Pius was paced by Kerney Lane’s 19 points and seven rebounds.

No. 4 Grady 56, Columbia 52 OT: The Knights survived in overtime. Avi Toomer went for 20 points, nine rebounds and four assists, but it was Ty’Kwaan Bryant’s double-double of 20 points, 10 rebounds and two blocks that was the X-factor.

No. 5 Liberty County 80, No. 8 Thomson 72: Jucorius Thomas finished with 17 points and eight rebounds, but Liberty County was too much. Darius Turman had 15 points and five rebounds in the loss as the Panthers sweep the Bulldogs.

Bainbridge 92, No. 9 Worth County 78: UGA signee Tyree Crump went off for 45 points in the upset. The Bearcats are now 10-3 in region play.

Henry County 71, Locust Grove 38: Damion Rosser led the Warhawks with 17 points. Javon Greene added 13 and Sadonta Lindley chipped in 11.

Perry 66, Howard 64: Damion Bagley had 27 points, nine rebounds and four steals to help the Panthers survive Howard. Chris Clerkley notched a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds. Je’Cory Burks netted 11 in the win.

Monroe 68, Albany 45: Emashuan Offord scored 18 points in the Monroe win.

Woodward Academy 59, Fayette County 57: Julian Cameron scored 20 points to lead the War Eagles. Jake Nestlehutt added 11 points while Brennan McDaniel narrowly captured a double-double with 10 points and nine rebounds. Hunter Falconer almost grabbed a triple-double, finishing with eight points, nine assists, nine rebounds and four steals.

Southeast Whitfield 65, Pickens 52: Ty Pendley went for 33 points and seven rebounds in a win over Pickens after scoring 22 points in the first half. Holden Roop and Trent Rizoti did everything they could for the Dragons. Roop had 19 points and six assists while Rizoti earned a double-double with 20 points and 11 boards.

 

Class AAA

No. 1 Morgan County 82, Oconee County 33: Florida Atlantic-commit Jailyn Ingram finished with 18 points and seven rebounds. Freshman Alec Woodard set a school-record with 10 three-pointers en route to 33 points.

No. 3 Calhoun 79, Gordon Central 49: The machine that is Calhoun romped over another opponent. Ray Reeves scored a team-high 20 points. Kaelan Riley (14), Jireh Wilson (12) and Malik Lawrence (10) all found themselves in double digits.

No. 4 Laney 71, Hephzibah 60: Christian Keeling poured in 28 points and collected four steals in the Wildcat win.

No. 6 Central-Macon 73, Spencer 69: The Chargers extend their win streak to 14 games. Derrick Evans Jr. finished with 19 team-high points.

No. 7 Westminster 63, Douglass 54: Westminster earned its 18th straight win against a tough Astros team. Will Benson scored 23 points for the Wildcats while Darius Williams netted a game-high 26 for Douglass.

No. 9 Banks County 55, Franklin County 52: Zez Steeple poured in 26 points to lift the Leopards over upset-minded Franklin County. Trevae Cain, Kendrick Simmons and Zac Orr all scored nine points. Orr also captured his 1,000th career rebound and grabbed nine on the night.

East Hall 79, Fannin County 54: Tylor Brown scored a team-high 22 points while Mahki Brown (12) and Sedrion Morse (11) both filled the statsheet.

Southwest-Macon 68, Jordan 54: Justin Slocum was a monster in middle Georgia. He went off for 31 points and 23 rebounds to move the Patriots to 11-4 in Region 2. Nick Hargrove collected 23 points, eight assists and five rebounds.

White County 65, Monroe Area 55: Desmon Mataro pumped in 24 points for the Warriors in the win.

Jackson County 62, West Hall 55: Joel Ellis (21), Preston Giroux (17), Christian Smith (11) and Stephen Fogarty (10) all scored in double figures for Coach Chuck Butler. Malique Wade was the engine, finishing with seven points and 10 assists.

 

Dawson County 71, Lumpkin County 39: The Tigers dominated in an unexpected result. Cullen Reid sank six threes and finished with 21 points. Jeremiah Crumley had 13 points while Gabe Bryant dominated inside with 13 points, 12 rebounds and seven blocks. 

Class AAAAAA

Douglas County 59, No. 1 Westlake 57: The Lions have now dropped back-to-back games and will tumble from their No. 1 spot. Brandon Robinson and Kalen Clifton both scored 13 points in the win for the Tigers.

No. 4 Tift County 81, Colquitt County 56: Iman Holley scored 16 points to lead the Blue Devils with Tyrie Jackson close behind netting 15. Deion White scored 12.

No. 6 Pebblebrook 101, East Coweta 48: Collin Sexton scored 32 points and tallied 11 rebounds and nine assists in the rout.

Brookwood 62, No. 8 Shiloh 59: Just days after rebounding with a 74-44 drilling of No. 9 Dacula, Shiloh was upended for the third time in region play, this time by the Broncos and in the process, potentially falling out of the top ten. Micah Kinsey won the point guard battle with six points, 12 assists, nine steals and six rebounds. Bubba Parham led Brookwood with 18 points. Shiloh received 12 points, 12 rebounds, eight steals, four blocks and four assists from Georgia Tech signee Josh Okogie.

Lambert 74, West Forsyth 46: Navy signee Connor Mannion was unstoppable, finishing with 23 points and 23 rebounds.

Johns Creek 65, Alpharetta 62: Mark Lancaster scored a team-high 18 points in the win for the Gladiators.

Woodstock 63, Etowah 45: The Wolverines swept the season series with rival Etowah in convincing fashion, taking the bragging rights in Towne Lake. Tyreke Johnson scored a game-high 18 points and dished out five assists. Zack Wallace and Brant Hurter both scored 14 points.

Marietta 65, Osborne 54: Khayvon Benson led the Blue Devils in scoring with 26 points. Fionn Brown added 20 points in the win. Latrell Tate finished with 24 points, five rebounds and five assists in the loss.

Campbell 79, Langston Hughes 74: Campbell won again and is quickly becoming one of the hottest teams in the state. Mike Olmert dropped 27 points and eight assists to pace the Spartans. Laz Walker added 21 points and six rebounds for good measure.

South Forsyth 64, Chattahoochee 58: Evan Cole posted a monster game inside for the War Eagles. He finished with 21 points, 15 rebounds and eight blocks. Austin Childress sank 5-of-6 threes for 15 points and Tyler Elliott added 12 points in the region victory.

Hillgrove 66, North Paulding 58: The Wolfpack fell to the Hawks but Chad Terrell performed well. He had 18 points and eight rebounds. Luke Dabbelt and McCoy Etienne scored 12 and 11 points respectively. Ethan Reid had 10 points and six assists.

Class AAAAA

No. 2 Allatoona 68, Chapel Hill 47: Trey Doomes scored 15 points and added six rebounds, four steals and four assists to power the Bucs to another Region 5 win. Dylon Ramsey finished with 12 points, eight rebounds, five steals and five assists.

No. 3 McIntosh 87, Forest Park 74: Jordan Lyons poured in 28 points to lead the Chiefs over Forest Park. Most of the starters didn’t play in the fourth quarter but Dishon Lowery was still able to post 16 points, 10 rebounds and block six shots.

No. 4 Gainesville 61, Discovery 59: Bailey Minor’s 22 points and five rebounds were just enough to hold off Discovery. Messiah Dorsey scored 12 points for the Red Elephants. DJ Young scored 21 points for the Titans and JeVonte Gordon had 11 in a hard fought loss.

No. 5 Cedar Shoals 64, Loganville 33: Phlan Fleming scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Jerrick Mitchell chipped in eight points and had six assists. Stavion Stevenson scored seven points and had seven rebounds. Snipe Hall and Greg Smith both added seven points apiece.

No. 7 South Paulding 58, New Manchester 47: Anthony Brown set a school-record with 24 rebounds to help the Spartans stave off a feisty Jaguar team. Kane Williams led South Paulding with 21 points. Ja’Cori Wilson added 15.

No. 9 Southwest DeKalb 76, Creekside 51: Keith Gilmore scored 15, Darius Hogan added 14 and Nathaniel Ambersley pitched in 13 points to lead the Panthers.

Apalachee 59, Lanier 45: The Wildcats moved to 16-4 overall with the Region 8 victory, which puts them now at 5-1. Kamar Baldwin scored 29 points, grabbed nine rebounds and collected seven steals, four blocks and three assists. Sophomore Derek Miller had eight points, eight rebounds and five blocks.

Walnut Grove 60, Eastside 56: The Warriors got back on the winning track, but it wasn’t easy. They trailed by as many as 16 in the third quarter before rallying. AJ Jones had 14 points and Dre Durham tallied 13 in the comeback. Jatahj Malcom netted 10.

Stockbridge 49, Luella 40: Virgil Fields had 16 points, 10 rebounds and nine assists for the Tigers. Jadon Davis finished with 16 points, eight rebounds and six assists. Kavonte Ivery played well with 16 points and seven rebounds.

Morrow 75, Drew 63: The Mustangs take over sole possession of second place in Region 4. Leviticus Glover scored 23 points in the win.

Creekview 62, Woodland-Cartersville 59: Weber Sandlin netted 20 points and added three assists and three rebounds in a win for the Grizzlies.

Flowery Branch 66, Winder-Barrow 56: John Mills helped the Falcons to a Region 8 victory by scoring 15 points. Esteban Ortiz worked for 12 points. Gabe Holston added 14 points and seven rebounds.

 

Lithia Springs 66, Paulding County 58: Malik Rush had a big game for Paulding County but the Patriots still came up short. He finished with 17 points, nine assists and eight rebounds.

Another week, another round of invites to the Georgia Elite Preview. We look forward to having the best of the best in the Peach State at Suwanee Sports Academy in Gwinnett County on March 12, 2016. 

Who earned their spot in the invite-only camp this week? These guys.

4A: No. 3 St. Pius (18-3, 12-2) at No. 2 Lithonia (17-4, 14-1)

The Golden Lions survived Senior Night on Tuesday, using a Sam Petry three at the end of regulation to send the game to overtime before Christian Merrill sank two free throws to beat Stone Mountain, 60-59. No. 3 St. Pius will have its hands full again with Region 6 leader No. 2 Lithonia, the Bulldogs beating the Golden Lions back on Dec. 12, 55-44 at the X-Dome. In that game 6-foot-7 senior Jacara Cross led the Bulldogs with 18 points and 11 rebounds. Tyheem Freeman added 18 points of his own and UT-Chattanooga-commit Rodney Chatman finished with nine points, six rebounds and nine assists. For St. Pius to continue its push towards a No. 1 seed heading into the postseason, 6-foot-6 senior Kerney Lane will need a big game. The lefty averages over 18 points and 7.0 rebounds per game to pace Coach Aaron Parr’s team. He along with 6-foot-7 Jakob Spitzer will need to hold their own against Cross and Tyleen Patterson inside.


6A: Langston Hughes (11-9, 4-6) at Campbell (15-5, 6-4)

Region 3 has turned out to be as wild as everyone expected. The Spartans scored the win of the year in the region, rallying to beat No. 1 Westlake 81-80 on Tuesday. Campbell is now tied for third-place in the region with Douglas County, who they beat last Tuesday 72-61. Senior point guard Mike Olmert went off vs. the Lions. He finished with 25 points, eight rebounds and 15 assists. Running mate Laz Walker chipped in 24 to help lead the charge. Walker averages 19 points and 6.0 rebounds while Olmert tallies 13.1 points, 3.7 rebounds and 8.6 assists. Langston Hughes is on the outside looking in right now, sitting at 4-6 in the region tied for fifth-place. Unlike the rest of the region, Coach Rory Welsh prefers to control tempo, run their sets and play hard-nosed defense. A pair of 6-foot-4 junior guards run the show for the Panthers. Derrick Cook has more than doubled his scoring average from a year ago and now leads the team with 16.4 points and 5.3 rebounds per game. Khalil Cuffee has seen his scoring average dip by three points, but still posts 15.6 points a night. Cuffee is a sturdy guard with a reliable three-pointer. By this time next year, he should be deciding upon which D-I school to attend.


4A: Pickens (5-15, 3-7) at Southeast Whitfield (8-13, 5-6)

Straying off the beaten path, north Georgia is home to one of the state’s most prolific scorers. Coaches Brad Steinhauer and Ben Oliver don’t have the Division-I talent that is scattered amongst the state in the higher classifications, but the two Class AAAA programs have some good old fashion roundball with kids playing for the love of the game. NAIA and D-II schools should have their eyes on Southeast Whitfield’s Ty Pendley.  The 5-foot-10 senior is leading the state in scoring at 27.8 points per game while adding 3.0 assists and 6.1 rebounds. On Tuesday the sharpshooter exploded for 43 points against Ridgeland. Pendley is more than just a one-dimensional marksman. He has taken 207 free throws this year, averaging just under 10 per game and sinks them at a 90 percent clip. Pickens counters with a 5-foot-11 senior guard of its own, Holden Roop. He leads the Dragons in scoring with 15 points per game and 3.4 assists.

While there has been much talk about the Canadian infusion taking place into the United States basketball landscape, it shouldn’t be swept under the rug just how much talent is be

It has been a busy few weeks for 2017 South Miami (FL) guard Zack Dawson. The 6-foot-3 guard has hosted a variety of different college coaches from an assortment of levels.

The 2016 McDonald's All-American game has the roster set. Do we have the right players in the game this year? Corey Evans & Justin Young discuss. But how does this game compare to the USA Basketball team? Which one has more juice? Also, the guys talk about 2016 sleepers and lessons learned from a busy month of January travel.

2017 Auburn (AL) power forward Garrison Brooks has been a road warrior over the past few weeks, as he has taken the time to visit a couple of college campuses.

One of the bigger breakouts over the past 12 months has shown little back-off with his development as a complete ballplayer. Kevin Knox, a 6-foot-8 forward out of

MARIETTA, GA — Tucked away in one of the most intimate gym in the Peach State, Hamilton Heights (TN) and Covenant Christian (GA) locked horns on a quiet Monday ni

5A: No. 1 Miller Grove (19-2, 9-0) at No. 9 Southwest DeKalb (18-3, 8-1)

No. 1 Miller Grove looks to put the finishing touches on an undefeated region record by knocking off rival No. 9 Southwest DeKalb, who the Wolverines pulled away from late for a 76-69 win at home on Dec. 15. Alterique Gilbert, the McDonalds All-American and UConn signee, leads the Miller Grove attack averaging 23 points, 4.1 rebounds, 7 assists and 4.5 steals. He is flanked by Colin Young, ETSU-decommit Aaron Augustin and both Tae Hardy and Joshua Jackmon in the backcourt. Coach Sharman White has frontcourt stalwarts as well in Raylon Richardson and Aidan Saunder. Gilbert finished with 24 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists while Colin Young chipped in 19 points to dispatch of the Panthers in their first meeting. Augustin totaled 11 points and 12 assists. Three seniors lead Southwest DeKalb in scoring. Keith Gilmore (16.3 ppg, 6.8 rpg), Nathaniel Ambersley (13.4 ppg, 4.6 apg) and 6-foot-6, 245-pound TiQuan Lewis (12.1 ppg, 7 rpg) are Coach Eugene Brown’s main options. The trio combined for 45 points in their loss at Miller Grove, led by Lewis’ 19 points and 12 rebounds. The Panthers’ third option is 5-foot-7 sparkplug Darius Hogan. The junior averages 9.6 points per game and netted 12 against the Wolverines.

4A: No. 2 Lithonia (15-4, 12-1) at No. 4 Grady (18-2, 12-1)

First-place in Region 6 is on the line in this top five battle. On Dec. 11, the Knights handed the Bulldogs a 62-52 loss. Bucknell-commit Avi Toomer went for 16 points and 6 rebounds while point guard Christian Bryant scored a team-high 19 points and DJ Brittian added 10. Toomer is averaging over 24 points and 9 rebounds per contest, but Bryant, a 5-foot-9 senior, has proven to be able to carry the load at times, scoring 11 points a night. In their first meeting, Grady’s aggressive guard play made the bigger Bulldogs look slow. Bryant, Toomer and Brittian combined for 10 steals. Lithonia received 15 points apiece from Tyleen Patterson and Tyheem Freeman. Patterson along with Jacara Cross (14 points, 7 rebounds) were at times unstoppable inside, but the Knights were able to control tempo and keep it out of their hands when they needed to. Lithonia will need keep Grady’s quick guards in front of them and dump it inside every chance it gets if the Bulldogs want to regain control of Region 6.

5A: No. 3 McIntosh (17-2, 12-0) at Stockbridge (11-7, 7-3)

No. 3 McIntosh is the odds on favorite to roll to another undefeated record in Region 4. The Chiefs use a balanced attack spearheaded by the school’s all-time leading scorer, Furman signee Jordan Lyons. The sweet-shooting guard pours in a team-high 18.9 points per game but receives help from all over the floor. Inside is Wofford signee Dishon Lowery, possibly the state’s best rebounder, averaging 12.5 boards to go with his 11.9 points and 2.8 blocks. Will Washington is among the state’s best unsigned players thanks to his rare combination of scoring (13.8 ppg) and passing (8.5 apg). Chase Walter rounds out the Chiefs onslaught inside averaging 8.9 points, 8.4 rebounds and 2.2 blocks, but it is Isaac Kellum who brings a new dynamic to the team after sitting out the first 13 games of the year. The 6-foot-4 forward brings athleticism and a defensive mindset to the three position which McIntosh has missed in its two losses. He will be tested early and often as Stockbridge boasts two of the region’s most relied upon scorers. Seniors Jadon Davis and Virgil Fields both flirt with triple-doubles on a nightly basis. Davis pumps in 23.7 points a night while Fields goes for 19.2 points, 13 rebounds and 7 assists. In the Tigers’ latest win, an 81-80 victory over Dutchtown, Fields hit the go-ahead floater with three seconds left. Fields finished with 27 points, 19 rebounds and 7 assists. Davis exploded for 37 points, 9 rebounds and 6 assists.

1. Westlake (14-2)
Notable Wins: East Jackson 94-70, IMG Academy (FL) 71-54, Pace Academy 79-72, Oak Ridge (FL) 67-63, Bolton (TN) 50-43, Douglas County 65-59, Langston Hughes 76-61, Pebblebrook 76-70, Campbell 71-65
Notable Losses: @ Montverde (FL) 54-76, Memphis East (TN) 58-70
Region 3-AAAAAA
On Tap: Campbell (01/26), South Cobb (01/27), @Douglas County (01/29), TriCities (01/30)
Previous Rank: 2

2. Miller Grove (19-2)
Notable Wins: Stephenson 77-44, Columbus (MS) 64-54, Fremont (CA) 83-52, Timpview (UT) 67-56, SW Dekalb 76-69, Cedar Grove 66-26, Lithonia 60-47, Tucker 80-61, Mays 82-57, Centerville (OH) 75-59
Notable Losses: Chaminade (MO) 63-65, Lone Peak (UT) 71-73
Region 6-AAAAA
On Tap: @SW Dekalb (01/26), Druid Hills (01/29)
Previous Rank: 3

3. Greenforest (18-2)
Notable Wins: Peachtree Ridge 69-42, Lee (AL) 87-46, Pebblebrook 87-59, Norcross 77-48, Pace Academy 56-44, Providence Day (NC) 59-58, Lower Richland (SC) 82-62, Phillip O. Berry (NC) 77-49, Wellington (FL) 51-44, SACA 81-58
Notable Losses: Hammond (SC) 58-70, South Atlanta 57-62
Region 5-A
On Tap: Paideia (01/26), Kings Ridge (01/30)
Previous Rank: 1

4. Norcross (17-2)
Notable Wins: King’s Ridge 81-52, Jonesboro 70-65, North Gwinnett 77-62//92-51, Collins Hill 93-72//50-48, Oak Ridge (FL) 79-67, Rickards (FL) 50-45, Northside Christian (NC) 64-61, Providence (FL) 67-53, Duluth 69-53, Mountain View 70-57
Notable Losses: Greenforest 48-77, Providence Day (NC) 56-66
Region 7-AAAAAA
On Tap: @Peachtree Ridge (01/26), @Mill Creek (01/29)
Previous Rank: 4

5. Wheeler (15-5)
Notable Wins: Woodstock 80-48, Cherokee 50-36//58-45, Walton 74-50, Wesleyan Christian Academy (NC) 64-58, Long Island Lutheran (NY) 45-41, Providence (FL) 66-52, Milton 71-60
Notable Losses: Montverde Academy (Twice) (FL) 70-76, 72-82, Chaminade (MO) 51-58, Providence Day (NC) 60-62, La Lumiere (IN) 57-59, Gainesville 82-69
Region 5-AAAAAA
On Tap: Roswell (01/26), @Walton (01/29)
Previous Rank: 5

6. Jonesboro (17-3)
Notable Wins: Locust Grove 98-52, Eagles Landing 75-61, Kirby (TN) 57-46, Germantown (TN) 75-63, Windward (CA) 67-49, Alemany (CA) 59-56, Bishop Gorman (NV) 65-64, Henry County 70-65, Eastside 71-56
Notable Losses: Norcross 65-70, Wesleyan Christian (NC) 51-52, Chino Hills (CA) 93-124
Region 4-AAAA
On Tap: Griffin (01/26), @Spalding County (01/29), @Pike County (01/30)
Previous Rank: 6

7. Tift County (19-2)
Notable Wins: Worth County 77-61, Buford 56-18//62-40, McEachern 56-48, Tucker 65-54, Warner Robins 70-55, Lee County 73-53, Coffee 74-60, Gate City (VA) 80-46, North Mecklenburg (NC) 67-64, David Crockett (TN) 72-55, University Lab (LA) 67-65, Valdosta 65-31
Notable Losses: Wayne (OH) 47-72, Edna Carr (LA) 38-55
Region 1-AAAAAA
On Tap: Colquitt County (01/29), @Coffee (01/30)
Previous Rank: 7

8. McIntosh (17-2)
Notable Wins: Morrow 89-68//68-63, IMG Academy (FL) 61-53, Starr’s Mill 80-66, Drew 76-54, Spartanburg (SC) 71-52, Sandy Creek 69-51, Milton 74-68, Berkmar 72-69
Notable Losses: Douglas County 81-84, McEachern 68-75
Region 4-AAAAA
On Tap: @Stockbridge (01/26), @Forest Park (01/29)
Previous Rank: 9

9. Allatoona (19-0)
Notable Wins: Alexander 56-46, New Manchester 58-47, South Paulding 65-46//53-44, Hopkinsville (KY) 65-64, Southwestern (KY) 65-60, Pleasure Ridge Park (KY) 54-43, North Cobb Christian 50-30, Berkmar 55-46, McEachern 64-61
Notable Losses: None
Region 5-AAAAA
On Tap: Hiram (01/26), Lithia Springs (01/27), Chapel Hill (01/29), Paulding County (01/30)
Previous Rank: 10

10.Thomasville (20-1)
Notable Wins: @ Valdosta 72-52, @ Lowndes 70-69, Cairo 70-24//72-43, Berrien 103-71//59-42, Bainbridge (Twice) 86-68/63-61, Lee County 70-41, Boyd Anderson (FL) 65-54
Notable Losses: Seminole County 65-71
Region 1-AA
On Tap: Early County (01/29)
Previous Rank: 11



11.Shiloh (14-4)
Notable Wins: Grissom (AL) 66-35, Pebblebrook 68-63, Archer 71-33//64-52, Leesburg (FL) 82-49, Central Gwinnett 75-47, Spartanburg (SC) 78-50, Dorman (SC) 62-42, Spring Valley (SC) 75-54, Brookwood 79-66, Grayson 80-73, Berkmar 55-53
Notable Losses: Southwind (TN) 76-82, @ Montverde (FL) 55-72, Dacula 57-66, Central Gwinnett 58-61
Region 8-AAAAAA
On Tap: Brookwood (01/29), Grayson (01/30)
Previous Rank: 8

12.McEachern (16-3)
Notable Wins: Siegel (TN) 67-50, LaVergne 42-40, Colquitt County 46-42, Marietta 51-50//72-69, Dacula 84-76, Lambert 73-37, McIntosh 75-68
Notable Losses: Tift County 48-58, Allatoona 61-64, Tucker 72-77
Region 4-AAAAAA
On Tap: @North Cobb (01/26), Kennesaw Mountain (01/29)
Previous Rank: 12

13.Liberty County (17-1)
Notable Wins: Richmond Hill 64-58, McIntosh County Academy 68-55//82-44, Savannah Johnson 94-63, Bryan County 74-50, Tattnall County 62-51, Thomson 100-53, Richmond Hill 45-41, New Hampstead 97-74, Burke County 76-70
Notable Losses: Statesboro 74-75 2OT
Region 3-AAAA
On Tap: @Thomson (01/29)
Previous Rank: 13

14.Pebblebrook (13-7)
Notable Wins: Blanche Ely (FL) 64-63, @ Campbell 104-101, South Cobb 98-71, Langston Hughes 67-57, Douglas County 96-80, Minneapolis North (MN) 100-87, San Leandro (CA) 62-53, Bishop O’Dowd (CA) 74-48, Douglas County 111-107
Notable Losses: @ Montverde 70-76, Greenforest 59-87, Shiloh 63-68, Saint Francis 94-96, Westlake 70-76
Region 3-AAAAAA
On Tap: @Newnan (01/26), @East Coweta (01/29), Langston Hughes (01/30)
Previous Rank: 14

15.Calhoun (18-0)
Notable Wins: Adairsville 64-30, Rome 63-43, North Cobb 61-48, Kell 64-50, Carollton 58-40, Coahulla Creek 60-52, North Murray 70-55//77-53, Buford 63-47
Notable Losses: None
Region 6-AAA
On Tap: @Adairsville (01/26), Gordon Central (01/29), Sonoraville (01/30)
Previous Rank: 15

16.Laney (18-2)
Notable Wins: @ Greenbriar 74-62, @ Academy of Richmond County 77-72// 55-51, Morgan County 65-64, Mays 57-50, Glenn Hills 73-61//58-55, Thomson 62-58, Butler 78-64, Evans 63-50, Westside 80-60
Notable Losses: Morgan County 63-65, Josey 55-66
Region 3-AAA
On Tap: @Hephzibah (01/29), Butler (01/30)
Previous Rank: 17

17.Newton (17-2)
Notable Wins: Berkmar 72-68, Duluth 76-57, Cedar Shoals 56-53, Valdosta 72-63, Thompson (AL) 72-50, Rockdale County 99-94, Salem 72-50, Lakeside 68-43, Glenn Hills 75-46
Notable Losses: Henry County 66-67, Tucker 56-57
Region 2-AAAAAA
On Tap: @Lovejoy (01/26), Tucker (01/27), Rockdale County (01/29), @Salem (01/30)
Previous Rank: 19

18.Gainesville (13-4)
Notable Wins: St. Francis 70-58, @ Heritage 85-79, Cedar Shoals 80-77, Lanier 83-65, East Hall 89-53, Discovery 81-61, Apalachee 59-55
Notable Losses: Brentwood Academy (TN) 60-69, Lanierland forfeit losses, Wheeler 69-82
Region 8-AAAAA
On Tap: Flowery Branch (01/26), Discovery (01/29)
Previous Rank: 16

19.Cedar Shoals (20-2)
Notable Wins: Tucker 62-38, Rockdale County 67-52, Apalachee 69-53, Discovery 65-55, Lanier 69-36, Strom Thurmond (SC) 67-43, SACA 48-44, Morgan County 61-59, Salem 71-51, Heritage 54-51, Clarke Central 73-54
Notable Losses: Gainesville 77-80 2OT, Newton 53-56
Region 8-AAAAA
On Tap: @Salem (01/26), @Loganville (01/29)
Previous Rank: 19

20.Eagles Landing (19-1)
Notable Wins: Chamblee 55-49, Griffin 87-49, Luella 65-51, Fayette County 72-63, Whitewater 66-52, Henry County 96-83, Eastside 76-49, Stockbridge 84-78, Walnut Grove 69-61
Notable Losses: Jonesboro 61-75
Region 4-AAAA
On Tap: @Eastside (01/26), Hampton (01/29), @Locust Grove (01/30)
Previous Rank: 20

The Berkeley Prep National Hoopfest brought in some of the best high school programs throughout the Sunshine State over the weekend in Tampa, Florida.

Upcoming Events

Dates
February 13 – 14, 2021
Venue
Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 5th-8th grades
Entry Cost
$350
Dates
March 19 – 21, 2021
Venue
Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 3rd-11th grades
Entry Cost
$295
Dates
March 26 – 28, 2021
Venue
Suwanee Sports Academy
Who
Boys 9th-11th grades
Entry Cost
$450