The SCORE softball rankings for Week 7 include seven Gwinnett teams representing three classifications, including half of the state’s largest class, AAAAAAA. The top ranked team in AAAAA also calls Gwinnett home.
The Mountain View Bears remain the top ranked Gwinnett team in the most recent SCORE Atlanta 6A baseball ranking.
The Week 6 SCORE Atlanta AAAAAA baseball ranking that was released earlier this week has four Gwinnett County teams in the top six of the state ranking. The teams, Mountain View (No. 3), Collins Hill (No. 4), Norcross (No. 5), and Parkview (No. 6), are a combined 53-17 on the season with the majority of the losses coming in head-to-head competition.
Mountain View is No. 2 in the most recent SCORE Atlanta 6A ranking that was released on Monday.
After an impressive showing at the Perfect Game Showcase that saw Mountain View earn wins in three of four games, the Bears moved from No. 3 to No. 2 in the SCORE Atlanta weekly AAAAAA ranking that was released on Monday. Collins Hill (No. 4), Parkview (No. 6), and Norcross (No. 10) join Mountain View making Gwinnett County home to four teams in the 6A Top 10.
The most recent Score Atlanta 6A baseball ranking has Mountain View and Collins Hill both ranked above Parkview after early season games that saw the Panthers lose to both teams by 2-1 scores on the way to a 3-3 start to the 2016 Georgia High School Association season.
Only three Gwinnett County schools were included in the SCORE Atlanta final boys basketball rankings for the season that was released on Monday. Shiloh, Norcross, and Grayson-all AAAAAA schools-are the only county representatives to be included in the respected ranking.
After being named the 2015 baseball national champions by Max Preps, the Parkview Panthers begin the 2016 season No. 4 in the MP preseason ranking with Oxford (MS), Huntington Beach (CA), and Coppell (TX) holding down the top three spots in the ranking that was released last week.
The third week of the 2015 Georgia High School Association football season saw 17 Gwinnett County teams in action, including Class AAAA Buford traveling to Cobb County for a game with traditional AAAAAA powerhouse McEachern and two games that matched county teams.
There will be 18 teams taking the field in Week 3 of the Georgia High School Association football schedule in what is the final week of non-conference play for most of the teams in the state.