McDONOUGH — Many local programs returned to action this week with the exception of the McDonough Warhawks but, there was still some movement this week in the Henry Herald Power Rankings.
Following a dominating win, Dutchtown remained at the head of the field as the No. 1 team in the county while a nail biter finish between Stockbridge and Ola left the two in their original positions.
Another week with a dominating finish did little for the ELCA Chargers who remained seated at the No. 4 position of the county. Union Grove remained No. 5 in the county but everything changed for the rest of the rankings.
Hampton, who did lose on Friday, benefited from Woodland’s loss as the Hornets jumped into the No. 6 position. Add in Strong Rock to the mix of teams that moved up with Woodland’s loss as the Wolfpack dropped to No. 8 in county.
Eagle’s Landing High officially settled into a position with their tie breaking as the No. 9 team while McDonough, Luella and Locust Grove didn’t move.
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