Week 7 Prep Baseball Poll
Gant Geiger and the Charlton County Indians took two of three from previously unbeaten Irwin County in Class 1A Public last week.
Week 7 Prep Baseball Polls
A few changes highlight this week's Georgia Dugout Preview Magazine baseball poll.
In Class 1A Public, Charlton County took two of three from previously unbeaten and No. 1 Irwin County in a key Region 2-1A series last week. The result moved Charlton up two spots to No. 2, opened the door for undefeated Wilcox County to take over the top spot and sent previous No. 1 Irwin County down a few slots to No. 5. Telfair County rejoined the rankings at No. 10.
In Class 3A, North Hall reclaimed the No. 1 spot after last week's No. 1 -- Pierce County -- dropped its first game of the season to Long County. The Bears did take two of three from Long in a critical Region 1-3A series. The slid down to No. 2. Long County, ranked No. 8 last week, slid two spots to No. 10.
In Class 7A, Cherokee held the top spot for the second straight week. West Forsyth moved into the Top 10 at No. 9.
In Class 6A, former No. 2 Allatoona suffered its first loss of the season to region foe Pope. The Buccaneers dropped one spot to No. 3. Pope, meanwhile, moved up a spot to No. 6.
The biggest changes in Class 6A occurred near the bottom of the Top 10 where Evans joined the rankings for the first time this season at No. 9, while Lassiter moved back into the rankings at No. 10.
In Class 5A, Cartersville took two of three from former No. 6 Blessed Trinity to hold onto to the top spot. Blessed Trinity slipped to No. 10. The biggest riser was Woodward Academy, who jumped from No. 8 to No. 5.
In Class 4A, Heritage-Catoosa re-joined the Top 10 at No. 10.
In Class 2A, No. 3 Callaway took three games from former No. 9 Bremen to knock the Blue Devils out of the rankings. Meanwhile, No. 6 Model took two of three from previous No. 10 Coosa. The losses by Bremen and Coosa opened the door for Cook and Vidalia to re-join the rankings at No. 9 and 10 respectively.
In Class 1A Private, Fellowship Christian stayed at No. 1 for the second straight week.
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