Week 2 Prep Baseball polls

Posted 2/23/2020

Coffee moved up a spot to No. 7 in Class 6A this week.


Prep Baseball Polls: Week 2

Hart County dropped out of the top spot in Class 3A after losing a pair of games over the weekend in the Georgia Dugout Club Tournament at Lake Point Sports. Otherwise, last week's No. 1 teams in the remaining seven classes stayed the same after the second week of the regular season.

Hart dropped a 4-0 decision to Class 2A Thomasville Friday night, then lost to North Paulding before rebounding to defeat Class 5A Riverwood 10-0 behind Will Dean's no-hitter. Previous No. 3 North Hall took over at No. 1 in the Class 3A poll this week. 

In Class 3A, unbeatens Calhoun and Lovett moved up two spots each, while Benedictine made its season debut at No. 8.

In Class 7A, North Forsyth and West Forsyth moved into the rankings at No. 9 and 10 respectively.

Lee County made its season debut at No. 8, while undefeated Glynn Academy jumped into the poll at No. 9 in Class 6A this week.

In Class 5A, unbeaten Buford and Decatur switched spots behind top-ranked Loganville, while Whitewater made its debut at No. 10. Buford is No. 2 this week, while Decatur is No. 3.

Flowery Branch, who defeated nationally-ranked and Class 7A No. 1 North Gwinnett 2-1 this past week, jumped two spots from No. 7 to No. 5 in the Class 4A rankings.

In Class 2A, Jeff Davis and Rockmart remained 1-2 respectively, but Thomasville and Vidalia made the biggest jumps. The Bulldogs went 2-1 in the Georgia Dugout Club Tournament and jumped four spots from No. 8 to No. 4. Vidalia, who was previously ranked No. 9, jumped to No. 5 after defeating previous No. 5 Callaway and Heard County last week.

In Class 1A Public, Telfair County and Wilcox County made the biggest moves. Telfair moved up two spots to No. 4, while Wilcox jumped three spots to No. 5. Wilcox County defeated previous No. 5 Charlton County in a key Region 2-1A matchup.

In Class 1A Private, Savannah Christian moved up to No. 4, while Strong Rock Christian dropped a spot to No. 5. The rest of the classification remained unchanged.

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