Georgia Top 25 welcomes two new teams

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The top eleven teams in the High School Football America Georgia Top 25, powered by NFL Play Football, hold their spots in the latest statewide rankings. However, beneath those teams, there’s a lot of movement, plus the addition of two new teams.

Mill Creek, which started the season outside of the Top 25 continues its climb. The Hawks are up one spot to No. 11 after beating former No. 11 Grayson 28-14. Grayson drops a notch to No. 12.

Grayson and Mill Creek was one of three head-to-head Top 25 matchups last week.

Walton remains at No. 13 after a 31-19 win over No. 15 Roswell.

Brookwood moves-up five spots to No. 17 after beating Marietta 31-26, which drops the Blue Devils two spots to No. 16.

Make their first-ever appearance in the Top 25 are Carver (Columbus) at No. 24 and Jefferson at No. 25.

High School Football America Georgia Top 25

TeamRecordLast Week
No. 1 Collins Hill(6-0)1
No. 2 Buford(4-1)2
No. 3 North Cobb (4-1)3
No. 4 Milton(4-1)4
No. 5 Warner Robins(5-0)5
No. 6 Colquitt County(5-1)6
No. 7 Lee County(5-1)7
No. 8 Cartersville(5-0)8
No. 9 Creekside(4-1)9
No. 10 Westlake(4-1)10
No. 11 Mill Creek(5-0)12
No. 12 Grayson(4-2)11
No. 13 Walton(3-1)13
No. 14 Lowndes(3-2)14
No. 15 Roswell(4-1)15
No. 16 North Paulding(3-1)21
No. 17 Brookwood(3-2)22
No. 18 Marietta(3-2)16
No. 19 East Coweta(5-1)17
No. 20 North Gwinnett(3-3)19
No. 21 West Forsyth(2-2)20
No. 22 Blessed Trinity(3-2)23
No. 23 Marist(3-1)24
No. 24 Carver (Columbus)(4-1)NR
No. 25 Jefferson(5-0)NR

Dropped-out: No. 18 Ware County, No. 25 Valdosta

Editor’s Note: The High School Football America national, regional and state rankings are developed using our proprietary algorithm.

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