What teams have the ball bouncing on there court in state rankings after Week 10?

By Prep Sports Report Staff | January 18, 2022

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Winter weather and covid-19 finally caught up with the local Savannah area high school basketball season. Most teams could play scheduled games, but teams saw their Friday and Saturday contests postponed last week.

But high school rankings are still being posted. Windsor Forest (11-4) climbed back to the number one spot in the Georgia Hgh School Association rankings. Groves (7-3) boys dropped to number ten without playing a game last week. St. Andrew's (13-4) school remains at number three in MaxPreps Georgia Independent Schools Association Class III rankings.


On the girl's side of the court, the Lady Redskins of Bryan County High School (16-3) keep on winning and have moved from number five in the GHSA Class "A" private girls classification to number two. Calvary Day School (13-2) girls ranked last week at number eight stayed the same.

Here's a look at this week's rankings for Savannah Teams. To see all GHSA class rankings go website.



Class AAA

1. Windsor Forest (11-4)

2. Sandy Creek (13-3)

3. Sumter County (18-1)

4. Salem (13-3)

5. Cross Creek (12-4)

6. LaFayette (15-0)

7. Thomson (9-1)

8. GAC (9-3)

9. Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe (15-1)

10. Groves (7-3)



Class A-Private

1. Holy Innocents' (15-2)

2. St. Francis (15-2)

3. Mt. Paran (12-4)

4. Hebron Christian (14-2)

5. Galloway (10-4)

6. Wesleyan (8-4)

7. Trinity Christian (12-5)

8. Calvary Day (13-2)

9. Deerfield-Windsor (10-3)

10. Darlington (13-3)

Class A-Public

1. Montgomery County (12-2)

2. Bryan County (16-3)

3. Taylor County (13-2)

4. Lake Oconee Academy (11-1)

5. Screven County (11-3)

6. Pelham (8-1)

7. Mt. Zion-Carrollton (14-5)

8. Telfair County (10-3)

9. Schley County (9-3)

10. Claxton (8-4)

Optim Orthopedics supports Calvary Day School athletics. The Cavaliers team doctor is Dr. David Palmer. Remeber, Optim Orthopedics gets you back into the game!

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