Keaton Mitchell took off down the field and never looked back.

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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Henry Herald Power Rankings

No. Team Power Rank Score Movement
1 Dutchtown 2.14 =
2 Stockbridge 3.00 =
3 Ola 4.21 =
4 ELCA 4.64 =
5 Union Grove 5.07 =
6 Hampton 8.14 +1
7 Strong Rock 8.36 +1
8 Woodland 8.57 -2
9 Eagle's Landing 8.64 =
10 McDonough 9.57 =
11 Luella 10.21 =
12 Locust Grove 10.29 =

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