SBLive’s Georgia Top 25: Warner Robins makes its move, as Collins Hill keeps getting stronger with age

By Zach Edmondson | Photo by Jamie Spaar

Warner Robins scored the win of the week over Lee County, taking the No. 2 spot formerly held by the Trojans.

But Collins Hill remains the undisputed No. 1, staying where it’s been since the preseason rankings after shutting out previously unbeaten East Coweta.

Here are SBLive’s Top 25 Georgia high school football rankings heading into Week 7. The statewide rankings span all classifications.


1. Collins Hill (6-0)

Last week: 1

Collins Hill pulled off its third consecutive shutout — this time over previously unbeaten East Coweta — to remain at No. 1.

2. Warner Robins (5-0)

Last week: 6

Warner Robins took down previous No. 2 Lee County in thrilling fashion, 56-38, to replace the Trojans behind Collins Hill.

3. North Cobb (4-1)

Last week: 3

North Cobb made it four straight dominant wins since a narrow loss to Buford in its season opener, beating North Gwinnett 40-19 at home. 

4. Milton (4-1)

Last week: 4

Milton started slow but took care of business vs. McEachern, winning 42-29 on the road. 

5. Buford (4-1)

Last week: 5

After being shut out last week by Chaminade-Madonna (Florida), Buford pulled off a shutout of its own in the Wolves’ first region game of the year vs. Central Gwinnett, winning 41-0.

6. Mill Creek (5-0)

Last week: 7

Another week, another impressive win over a ranked opponent for Mill Creek, which beat Grayson 28-14.

7. Lee County (5-1)

Last week: 2

Lee County fell five spots (and from the ranks of the unbeaten) with a 56-38 loss on the road to Warner Robins.

8. Walton (3-1)

Last week: 9

Walton beat Roswell decisively in Week 6 and has a bye in Week 7.

9. Colquitt County (5-1)

Last week: 11

Colquitt County was executing on both sides of the ball as they notched a blowout 52-7 win in Week 6 over Northside. 

10. Cartersville (4-0)

Last week: 10

Cartersville had a bye in Week 6 and will face Cass at home on Friday to begin region play. 

11. Creekside (4-1)

Last week: 13

After a tough loss to Cartersville, Creekside has had two consecutive blowout wins, 41-0 over Drew and 55-0 over Tri-Cities in Week 6.

12. Langston Hughes (4-1)

Last week: 12

Langston Hughes had a bye in Week 6 and will face a formidable region opponent in Westlake (4-1) at 6 p.m. Friday.

13. Grayson (4-2)

Last week: 8

Grayson suffered its second loss of the season, as the Rams struggled to get their offense going against Mill Creek. 

14. Lowndes (3-2)

Last week: 15

Lowndes earned its fifth consecutive win in the Winnersville Classic against Valdosta with a 21-0 shutout. The victory was Jamey DuBose’s 150th win as a head coach. 

15. Westlake (4-1)

Last week: 16

Westlake beat Shiloh 26-6 in Week 6 and will face Langston Hughes on Friday at home to begin region play. 

16. Jefferson (5-0)

Last week: 18

After beating Flowery Branch 27-7 in Week 6, Jefferson is the only unbeaten team left in its region heading into Week 7. 

17. Brookwood (3-2)

Last week: Unranked

Brookwood bounced back from a narrow loss to North Paulding with a big win at Marietta. Its only other loss this season was to Collins Hill.

18. Marietta (3-2)

Last week: 17

Marietta fell to Brookwood 31-26, its first defeat since losing by a field goal to Colquitt County in Week 1.

19. Coffee (5-0)

Last week: Unranked

Coffee earned a hard-fought 10-7 victory over Camden County and is allowing just 7.6 points per game this season.

20. Rabun County (4-1)

Last week: 22 

The Wildcats couldn’t be tamed in beating Pickens (South Carolina) 70-14 at home. Rabun County travels to Pierce County for a big Week 7 game.

21. West Forsyth (2-2)

Last week: 21

West Forsyth had a bye in Week 6 and begins region play vs. North Forsyth on the road Friday.

22. Calhoun (4-1)

Last week: Unranked

Calhoun beat Cedartown 31-7 in Week 6. Besides one loss to McCallie (Tennessee), Calhoun has been dominating its opponents week in and week out. 

23. Woodward Academy (5-0)

Last week: 23

Woodward Academy beat Banneker 29-14 to remain undefeated.

24. Marist (3-1)

Last week: 25

Marist was dominant in a 50-28 win over Harrison in Week 6. 

25. Benedictine (3-2)

Last week: Unranked

Two of the best quarterbacks in Georgia faced each other in Week 6. Auburn commit Holden Geriner and Benedictine pulled off a 49-42 win in a shootout with UCF commit Thomas Castellanos and Ware County, which was 4-1 going into the game. 

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