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B2C Prime 21 Rankings | 8th Grade

B2C Prime 21 Rankings | 8th Grade

1.   Brookwood Maroon – GFL (30) 

2.   North Cobb – GMSAA (26)

3.   Locust Grove – Henry Co (15) 

4.   Cambridge – GMSAA (14)

5.   Mill Creek – GFL (1)

6.   Bethune – DeKalb (13)

7.   Long – APS (12)

8.   Blessed Trinity – Private (1)

9.   Cartersville – BGMSAA (1)

10. Fort Patriots – Muscogee Co (1)

11. Eddie White  – Clayton Co (3)

12. South Forsyth Eagles – Forsyth Co (1)

13. Cedartown – FCFL (1)

14. Aaron Cohn – Muscogee Co

15. Tucker – Dekalb Co

16. Flat Rock – Fayette

17. Clifton Ridge – CGMSAL (2)

18. Renaissance – APS/Fulton

19. Alpharetta – GMSAA

20. Monroe – CGMSAL

21. Kendrick – Clayton Co

Honorable Mention: Calhoun, Henderson, McEachern, Centennial, Upson Lee, Buford, Otwell, Cedar Grove 

In the past couple of weeks middle school football has been at an all time high.  Long and Renaissance played probably the best game ever played in APS history.  Eddie White continued their dominance with a big win over a competitive Kendrick team.  Bethune had a very impressive showing against one of the best teams in the state by beating Tucker.  With that win Bethune and Long earned a spot into the B2C Championship Series.  Bethune might be playing the best football in the southeast right now.  Ricky Lee from Long has a chance to become a Turman Award nominee for the best player in middle school football.  The biggest game in the state this weekend is between Brookwood and Mill Creek.  These two teams are polar opposites of each other.  Brookwood relies on physicality and defense that goes into the game wanting to lay the wood.  Mill Creek is a team that is all about execution and rhythm.  If Mill Creek can get in a rhythm and get up early they have a chance to win the game.  If the game turns into a dog fight then Brookwood will not only win the GFL but earn their right to have a bid to the B2C State Championship.  North Cobb and Mceachern play in the GMSAA Championship.  The QB from North Cobb, Malachi Singleton will be looked at once again to put on a show.  Fresh off his offer from Albany State the 6”0, 201lb QB is special.  If they beat Mceachern and earn their right for a birth into the B2C State Championship they will have one of the biggest stages in middle school football and all eyes will be on him and his teammates.    

B2C Championship Series will be played on December 8th and 9th.  B2C Championship Series is a free invite only tournament to determine the State Champions. Good luck to all teams. Any questions about the B2C Championship Series please email us at info@borntocompete.com 

 

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