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  1. Washington Week 7 POWERADE baseball rankings

    David Auguste

    Kentwood was finally beaten this spring, but that single loss wasn't enough to knock the Conqs from the top spot. The one-run setback against Puyallup should only serve as motivation for the team as the playoffs continue this week. Most of the rankin...

    Blog | May 08, 2012
  2. Top 10 squads hit their mark in first round

    David Auguste

    The postseason is when teams prove they are among the state's elite, and our top 10 did just that as all 10 advanced out of the first round of play. Seven of the squads posted two-game sweeps, while Brookwood, Loganville and Milton needed a third con...

    Blog | May 08, 2012
  3. Milton remains No. 1 in hoop rankings

    David Auguste

    Milton's title hopes took a significant hit when guard Charles Mann was assessed a pair of technicals against North Gwinnett, which will keep him out the final two games of the postseason. The squad was undefeated this season with Mann in the lineup ...

    Blog | March 06, 2012
  4. Top 10 rankings unchanged as playoffs enter quarterfinals

    David Auguste

    We're still awaiting the first major upset in the large school playoffs. The top seeds have held serve through the first two rounds and move on to the quarterfinals, where we're bound to have some classic matchups. Jesuit remains on top but has a tou...

    Blog | March 06, 2012
  5. La Salle upset in playoffs, drops in rankings

    David Auguste

    La Salle's run at back-to-back titles came to a screeching halt, as Fairfield's defense limited the squad to 30 points in the sectional finals. The loss snapped the team's 13-game win streak and sent the talented squad home packing. The loss was the ...

    Blog | March 06, 2012
  6. Paul VI continues its title chase

    David Auguste

    Paul VI continues to rack up the championship hardware, adding the VISAA Division I crown to a haul that includes the WCAC regular season and postseason titles. They hope to complete a sweep at the City Title game on March 20. The Maryland and Virgin...

    Blog | March 06, 2012
  7. Mountain View returns to top 10 in time for playoffs

    David Auguste

    The state tourney kicks off on Feb. 29 and it promises to be one of the best in recent years with a wide open field of teams ready to compete for a state crown. Not much changed in our rankings other than the addition of Mountain View, which replaced...

    Blog | February 28, 2012
  8. Top 10 teams hold steady as playoffs progress

    David Auguste

    We're headed to the state quarterfinals and there are plenty of intriguing matchups on the horizon. Not much movement in the rankings as Seattle Prep retains the top spot followed by Rainier Beach and Class 4A favorite Davis. Kamiakin and Mountlake T...

    Blog | February 28, 2012
  9. Westlake moves into the top five in hoop rankings

    David Auguste

    We're heading into the final stretch of the hoop season and the region and postseason picture is beginning to clear up. Top-ranked Milton clinched the 6-AAAAA region crown and a bye in playoff play courtesy of an 3-0 week. The Eagles scored victories...

    Blog | January 31, 2012
  10. Class A sports to separate public and private schools for playoff...

    David Auguste

    There are major changes on the horizon for all Class A sports programs. Earlier this week, the Georgia High School Association voted in favor of creating two tournaments for the state's lowest classification, separating private schools from public...

    Blog | January 11, 2012
  11. Garfield, Mountlake terrace debut in this week's hoop rankings

    David Auguste

    We welcome a couple new teams to the mix in Garfield and undefeated Mountlake Terrace. The squads are a combined 20-2 and could be major factors come playoff time. In the top five, Rainier Beach and Bellarmine Prep hold the top two spots, followed by...

    Blog | January 10, 2012
  12. Georgia football playoff roundup

    David Auguste

    Class AAAAA Grayson took care of business against Colquitt County and Walton outlasted Lassiter, as both teams advance to their first state title contest. Grayson rallied for a 35-31 victory on the strength of a 87-yard final drive orchestrated by ...

    Blog | December 05, 2011
  13. Ignatius clinches 11th state crown, finishes No. 1 in Ohio FB ran...

    David Auguste

    St. Ignatius began the year at No. 8 in our preseason rankings, fell out of the top 10 twice before regrouping and routing Pickerington Central in the finals for its state-best 11th title. Their topsy-turvy season ends with the No. 1 slot in our f...

    Blog | December 05, 2011
  14. Maryland football playoff roundup

    David Auguste

    Class 4A A tied ball game just wasn't suffice for Old Mill. Not with the Class 4A title on the line and an undefeated Quince Orchard team standing across the field. Old Mill put the ball in the hands of Rob Chesson and the senior RB scored the deci...

    Blog | December 05, 2011
  15. State finals preview: part two

    David Auguste

    There are just three games remaining in the football season. Fawcett and Paul Brown Stadium will host the Division I, IV and VI games tomorrow and the day will give fans a final look at several of the state's top players. Let's take a look at the sch...

    Blog | December 02, 2011
  16. Oregon playoff football primer

    David Auguste

    There are several good matchups going down in Oregon this weekend. Here's our take on the slate of games. Class 6A semifinals - Lake Oswego vs. Jesuit Lake Oswego's passing attack came alive during the first meeting between these two squads, but...

    Blog | December 02, 2011