Week 9 Volleyball Rankings: Chiefs, Eagles earn No. 1 honors

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In Class AAAAAA, Etowah debuts at No. 9 after knocking Woodstock out of the top 10 after a three-set win over the Wolverines this weekend.


Sequoyah won the Cherokee County championship over the weekend and takes over the No. 1 spot in Class AAAAA. The Chiefs were the Georgia Challenge Tournament champions last month and have not dropped a set in four weeks.


Also in Class AAAAA, Starr’s Mill lost to Landmark Christian, Northgate, Blythewood (S.C.), Columbus and North Oconee and dropped from No. 3 to No. 6. Harris County was swept by Kendrick and Lee County last week and fell from the No. 4 slot to No. 7. Union Grove debuts at No. 9.


In Class AAAA, No. 2 Columbus fell in a (28-26, 29-27) battle with Class AAAAAA-power Chattahoochee and remains at No. 2. In Class AAA, Woodward Academy remains at No. 3 after an impressive win over No. 2 St. Pius X that preceded a best-of-five loss to Wesleyan. Oconee County swept Hart County on Thursday and come in at No. 9.


Class AA Kendrick posted a sweep over Harris County and moved up two spots to No. 7. Previously top-ranked Holy Innocents’ dropped matches to Walker and Landmark Christian on Thursday. Landmark Christian topped Walker in the tri-match and come in as the new No. 1. Walker now sits at No. 2, and the Golden Bears fall to No. 3.



1. Walton

2. South Forsyth

3. Johns Creek

4. Harrison

5. Chattahoochee

6. East Coweta

7. North Cobb

8. Roswell

9. Etowah

10. North Gwinnett



1. Sequoyah

2. McIntosh

3. Whitewater

4. Pope

5. Riverwood

6. Starr’s Mill

7. Harris County

8. Northgate

9. Union Grove

10. Creekview


Class AAAA

1. Marist

2. Columbus

3. River Ridge

4. Veterans

5. Heritage-Catoosa

6. Sandy Creek

7. Carrollton

8. Southeast Whitfield

9. Woodland-Stockbridge

10. South Effingham


Class AAA

1. Blessed Trinity

2. Woodward Academy

3. St. Pius X

4. Buford

5. Sonoraville

6. North Hall

7. North Oconee

8. Morgan County

9. Oconee County

10. Hart County



Class AA

1. Westminster

2. Wesleyan

3. Lovett

4. GAC

5. Jefferson

6. Calhoun

7. Kendrick

8. Westside-Augusta

9. St. Vincent’s Academy

10. Lamar County


Class A

1. Landmark Christian

2. Walker

3. Holy Innocents’

4. Hebron Christian

5. Savannah Christian


7. Mount Paran

8. Pace Academy

9. Savannah Country Day

10. George Walton Academy

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2 Responses to “Week 9 Volleyball Rankings: Chiefs, Eagles earn No. 1 honors”

  1. Not the Crazy Vballguy
    October 8, 2013 at 1:16 pm #

    OK, Sequoyah deserves to be highly ranked. But bumping McIntosh from the top spot makes no sense. Sequoyah’s schedule the last month has been incredibly soft, and that is why the sets are piling up.

  2. Vballguy
    October 10, 2013 at 10:07 pm #

    I agree…McIntosh lost to Chattahoochee and Blessed Trinity. Not exactly chump change. I still think they are the class of 5A…but Sequoyah is definitely the 2nd best team. No question there. Pope at 4 is still questionable.

    6A is crazy…I still say any one of 6 teams could win it. Tonight Chattahoochee beat South Forsyth and Johns Creek to win that area. Those 3 could play 3 times and come up with 3 different results.

    And finally….Harris County? REALLY? Can ANYBODY tell me a decent team they have beaten?????

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