SBLive’s Georgia Top 25: Cambridge enters the mix as Ware County vaults into the top 10

Ware County scored the win of the week by getting off to a fast start and then hanging on against previously No. 2 Warner Robins.

And Cambridge makes its Top 25 debut after surging for one of the most thrilling wins of the season, a 48-47 overtime victory over Johns Creek.

Here are SBLive’s Top 25 Georgia high school football rankings heading into Week 10. The statewide rankings span all classifications.

SBLIVE’S GEORGIA TOP 25

1. Collins Hill (8-0)

Last week: 1

Collins Hill remains undefeated after beating North Gwinnett 35-7 on the road in a Thursday game.

2. North Cobb (6-1)

Last week: 3

Walton trailed by one score late in the second half, but North Cobb quarterback Malachi Singleton led the offense to pull away with a 51-29 win. 

3. Milton (6-1)

Last week: 4

Milton had a bye in Week 9 and will face Roswell on Friday in a huge rivalry game. 

4. Buford (6-1)

Last week: 5

Buford pulled off its third shutout in a row as the Wolves beat Shiloh 37-0 in Week 9.

5. Mill Creek (7-0)

Last week: 6

Mill Creek shut out its opponent for the first time this season with a 56-0 win over Mountain View. 

6. Cartersville (7-0)

Last week: 8

Cartersville remains undefeated after throttling a talented Blessed Trinity team 49-21. 

7. Lee County (7-1)

Last week: 7

Lee County opened up region play with a 29-9 win vs. Houston County in Week 9.

8. Ware County (6-1)

Last week: 23

Quarterback Thomas Castellanos led Ware County to a three-score lead before his team fended off a Warner Robins comeback, winning 29-21.

9. Colquitt County (7-1)

Last week: 9

Colquitt County beat Camden 34-31 in an overtime thriller in Week 9. 

10. Warner Robins (6-1)

Last week: 2

Warner Robins came of a bye week flat, falling behind big against Ware County and not being able to catch up. 

11. Creekside (6-1)

Last week: 11

Creekside notched their third shutout of the season, beating Banneker 41-0. 

12. Langston Hughes (6-1)

Last week: 12

Langston Hughes had a bye in Week 9 and will face Lovejoy this Friday. 

13. Jefferson (7-0)

Last week: 13

Jefferson had a bye in Week 9 and will face Chestatee on Friday. 

14. Lowndes (6-2)

Last week: 14

Lowndes beat Tift County 26-7 in Week 9 heading into a big home game Friday against Colquitt County. 

15. Brookwood (5-2)

Last week: 15

Brookwood’s defense looked rock-solid of a bye week in a 28-6 win over Newton.

16. Walton (4-2)

Last week: 10

Walton had some good spells on offense but couldn’t stop North Cobb in a 51-29 loss.

17. Grayson (6-2)

Last week: 16

Parkview was about to tie it up after two long fourth-down conversions as the game was coming to a close, but Grayson held on and won 28-21.

18. Westlake (5-2)

Last week: 17

Westlake had a bye in Week 9 and will face North Atlanta this Friday. 

19. Rabun County (7-1)

Last week: 18 

Rabun County shut out Banks County 63-0 on the road in Week 9 behind another huge game from quarterback Gunner Stockton.

20. Calhoun (7-1)

Last week: 19

Calhoun’s offense could not be slowed down as the Yellowjackets dismantled Woodland 52-6.

21. Benedictine (6-2)

Last week: 20

Benedictine ran its winning streak up to six with a blowout win over South Effingham, 56-7.

22. Trinity Christian (7-0)

Last week: 21

Trinity Christian had a bye in Week 9 and will face Brookstone on Friday. 

23. Oconee County (7-0)

Last week: 22

Oconee County had a bye in Week 9 and will face Monroe Area on Friday. 

24. Cambridge (6-0)

Last week: Unranked

Cambridge overcame a deficit to Johns Creek to score one of the most entertaining wins of the season, sealing the one-point victory by blocking an extra-point attempt in overtime. 

25. Woodward Academy (7-0)

Last week: 25

Woodward Academy shut out its opponent for the second time this season, beating Drew 42-0.

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