Georgia final prep football poll

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The Associated Press' final 2009 high school football poll. The Top Ten teams of the 2009 season with first-place votes in parentheses and won-loss record, total points and position last week at right:

Class A
  Record Pts Prv
1. Wilcox Co. (6) 13-2 60 9
2. Sav. Chr. Prep. 14-1 54 2
3. Wesleyan 12-1 44 1
4. Clinch County 10-4 42 -
5. Lincoln County 11-2 35 3
6. Darlington 9-5 34 -
7. Holy Innocents' 11-2 20 7
8. Greenville 11-1 15 5
9. Bowdon 10-2 11 10
10. Twiggs County 11-2 10 6
Others receiving votes: Emanuel County Institute 3, Eagle's Landing 2
Class AA
  Record Pts Prv
1. Buford (6) 14-1 60 3
2. Calhoun 14-1 54 1
3. Fitzgerald 13-1 45 2
4. Lovett 12-2 44 6
5. Jefferson Co. 12-1 34 4
6. Charlton Co. 11-1-1 33 5
7. Callaway 10-3 20 -
8. Jefferson 11-1 16 7
9. Westminster 8-4 8 -
10. Thomasville 8-4 5 -
Others receiving votes: Cook 4, Swainsboro 4, Brooks County 3
Class AAA
Record Pts Prv
1. Peach Co. (6) 15-0 60 2
2. Gainesville 14-1 54 1
3. Flowery Branch 10-4 44 -
4. Eastside 11-3 40 -
5. St. Pius X 12-1 38 4
6. Carver-Colum. 11-2 32 3
7. Cairo 9-4 22 -
8. Jackson 12-1 18 5
9. Baldwin 9-3 9 6
10. Carrollton 10-2 6 -
Others receiving votes: North Hall 4, Washington County 2, Creekview 1
Class AAAA
  Record Pts Prv
1. Sandy Creek (6) 14-1 60 3
2. Clarke Central 12-3 53 -
3. Griffin 13-1 49 1
4. Rockdale Co. 10-4 35 -
5. Apalachee 12-1 33 6
6. Thomas CC 11-2 29 5
7. SW Dekalb 10-2 22 2
8. Westside-Macon 11-2 17 8
9. Tucker 9-3 11 10
10. Marist 9-3 10 7
Others receiving votes: North Clayton 5, Hiram 5, Lakeside-Evans 1
Class AAAAA
  Record Pts Prv
1. Camden Co. (6) 13-2 60 9
2. Northside-WR 13-2 54 7
3. Newnan 13-1 43 4
4. Colquitt County 11-3 37 -
5. Grayson 12-1 34 1
5. Lowndes 10-2 34 3
7. North Gwinnett 12-1 24 2
8. P'tree Ridge 10-3 19 -
9. Lassiter 12-1 15 8
10. Stephenson 11-1 9 5
Others receiving votes: Woodstock 1


 
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