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Volleyball: West Hall moves into rankings

By staff reports
North Hall remained in the Class AAA top 10, while West Hall moved into the prep volleyball rankings, released on Tuesday.

The Lady Spartans are ninth in the latest volleyball coaches poll. The Lady Trojans, meanwhile, are 10th.

Here are the results of the Volleyball Coaches Poll for the week of August 23, 2010:

Class A/AA
1. Blessed Trinity
2. Athens Academy
3. Eagles Landing Christian Academy
4. Lovett
5. Wesleyan
6. Holy Innocents
7. Westminster
8. St Vincent's Academy
9. Greater Atlanta Christian
10. Landmark Christian

Class AAA
1. Woodward Academy
2. Columbus
3. St Pius X
4. Sandy Creek
5. Riverwood
6. Oconee County
7. Heritage, Catoosa
8. Dalton

Class AAAA
1. Pope
2. Whitewater
3. Marist
4. Chattahoochee
5. Northgate
6. Sprayberry
7. McIntosh
8. Starr's Mill
9. Sequoyah
10. Ola

1. Walton
2. Northview
3. Kennesaw Mountain
4. Harrison
5. Milton
6. Lassiter
7. North Cobb
8. Etowah
9. North Gwinnett
10. Brookwood
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