Week 6 Prep Baseball Poll
Savannah Christian, ranked fifth in Class 1A Private, swept a trio of games from Savannah Country Day last week to win the Region 3-1A Private title.
Week 6 Prep Baseball Polls
The top spot was not a good place to be last week.
Four new faces took over the No. 1 spot in four different classifications in this week's Georgia Dugout Preview Magazine baseball poll.
Buford remained No. 1 in Class 6A, North Oconee remained No. 1 in Class 4A, Pace Academy stayed at No. 1 in Class 2A while Irwin County remained the top team in the Class 1A Public rankings.
In Class 3A, an impressive pair of victories by Pierce County over previously No. 8 Appling County in Region 1-3A play helped the Bears overtake North Hall for the top spot. Pierce remains unbeaten at 13-0. North Hall slipped to No. 2.
Also in Class 3A, Greater Atlanta Christian entered the rankings at No. 10.
In Class 7A, Cherokee took two of three from previously second-ranked Woodstock in a key Region 5-7A series to move to the top spot, jumping six spots. Etowah moved up to No. 2 after a 15-2 start.
West Forsyth's two-game sweep of previously top-ranked Lambert sent the Longhorns tumbling out of the Top 10.
Meanwhile, Walton returned to the rankings at No. 9.
In Class 6A, Richmond Hill, Glynn Academy and Cambridge tumbled out of the Top 10, opening the door for South Effingham to return to the rankings at No. 8. Kell and Westlake made their season debuts at No. 9 and 10 respectively.
In Class 5A, Cartersville moved into the top spot for the first time. Ola joined the Top 10 at No. 9, while Whitewater jumped into the rankings at No. 10 after an impressive three-game sweep of McIntosh in Region 2-5A play.
In Class 4A, Thomas County Central and West Laurens moved back into the rankings at No. 9 and 10 respectively.
In Class 2A, the only change was at No. 10 where Coosa joined the rankings for the first time this year.
In Class 1A Public, Bryan County re-joined the Top 10 after a one-week absence.
In Class 1A Private, former No. 1 Mount Paran Christian split a pair of games with No. 6 North Cobb Christian last week. It cost Mount Paran the top spot as the Eagles slipped to No. 2. Fellowship Christian moved up to the No. 1 spot and remains unbeaten at 13-0.
Prince Avenue Christian moved back into the Top 10 at No. 10.