November 14, 2012

Northwest Georgia Prep Power Poll: Week 12

1.) CALHOUN (60; 1) - 10-0, 7-0

Quest for back-to-back state titles begins in earnest this week.

Next: vs. Wesleyan, Friday

2.) RIDGELAND (51; 2) - 9-1, 6-0

Panthers claimed fourth region

title in the past five seasons.

Next: vs. Washington, Friday

3.) CARTERSVILLE (50; 3) - 10-0, 7-0

After rolling through the regular season, bigger goals are ahead.

Next: vs. Jackson County, Friday

4.) ROME (42; 7) - 6-2, 6-2

Explosive Gainesville offense is the playoff reward for the Wolves.

Next: at Gainesville, Friday

5.) DALTON (34; 5) - 7-3, 5-1

Cats put together most complete game of the year against Pickens.

Next: at Carver-Atlanta, Friday

6.) GORDON CENTRAL (26; 7) 8-2, 5-2

Warriors will travel across the state for first round of playoffs.

Next: at Morgan County, Friday

7.) ADAIRSVILLE (24; T8) - 8-2, 5-2

Tigers were able to grab No. 2 seed in region and play at home.

Next: vs. Hart County, Friday

8.) DARLINGTON (23; 6) - 7-3, 5-1

Tigers were able to grab No. 2 seed in region and play at home.

Next: vs. TBD, Nov. 23

9.) TRION (7; NR) - 8-2, 4-2

Bulldogs are No. 11 in public school rankings and will travel.

Next: at TBD, Nov. 23

10.) LAKEVIEW-FORT OGLETHORPE (5; NR) - 7-3, 4-3

Despite win over Adairsville, Warriors denied shot at playoffs.

Next: Season complete

Others receiving votes: Pepperell (4); and Northwest Whitfield (3).

Voting publications: The Calhoun Times; The Daily Citizen; The Cedartown Standard/Rockmart Journal; The Rome News-Tribune; The Summerville News; and The Walker County Messenger.

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