This week's postseason action didn't throw the rankings into complete disarray, but it did reorder the standings a decent amount. A special shoutout goes to Colquitt County's senior Steven Krajewski, who scored five total touchdowns in the team's most recent match.
Parkview has been an offensive powerhouse for three straight weeks after the team lit up the scoreboard again last week. It battled it out with Newton for a well-earned 42 - 35 overtime win. One of the main ringleaders for Parkview was senior Christian Malloy, who ran for 179 yards and also punched in one touchdown. Thanks to its success, Parkview cracked into the power rankings and now occupies the 25th spot.
Can't Touch This
Mays got a 48 - 28 win over Sequoyah last week, and a key reason for the win was sophomore Tyree Nelson. Nelson rushed for 227 yards and three touchdowns. That performance made Nelson one of the best players in the power rankings last week.
No Stoppin 'Em
Coffee brought the heat last game after its low-scoring effort (seven points) in the match before. It strolled past Effingham County with points to spare, taking the game 52 - 32. Coffee found its leader in an underclassman: B.J. Hodge earned two touchdowns and 103 yards rushing the ball, which was enough to make him one of the team's best players. The combined 84 points was the most of any game featuring a power-ranked team.
Movin on Up
It was onward and upward for Glynn Academy this week as the team hoisted itself up six places in the power rankings -- the largest rise of the week -- after their most recent game. It took its contest against Valdosta by a conclusive 27 - 3 score. The MaxPreps rankings were spot on as they projected Glynn Academy as the clear winner.
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