High School Power Ranking Calculation Date: 2019-03-27


1 Hillgrove HS (490.348)

Jennifer Harnage (100.29 Brown) ,  Jacob Gallichio (99.48) ,  Mary Smith (99.31 Brown) ,  Mason Blum (99.19) ,  Peyton Valencia (92.08)

2 Henry County HS (457.488)

Richard Booth (104.39) ,  Caitlyn Charles (99.71 Brown) ,  Harold Jarquin (99.53) ,  Patrick Smith (97.99) ,  Angelina Vargas (55.86 Brown)

3 Union Grove HS (271.903)

Gabriel Van Gorder (99.41) ,  Jasmine Brown (93.4 Brown) ,  Jeremy Lutz (79.09)

4 Kennesaw Mountain HS (175.248)

Michael Miles (69.01) ,  Carson Michael (54.75) ,  Madison Soucie (51.49 Brown)

5 South Effingham HS (159.176)

Tyler Fortner (61.11) ,  Noah DeSimas (53.31) ,  David Runkle (44.76)

6 Allatoona HS (55.547)

Matthew Berry (55.55)

7 Lassiter HS (49.364)

Nicholas Shiro (49.36)

8 North Cobb HS (48.192)

Zachary Boyer (48.19)


1 Henry County HS (509.902)

Travis Johnson (106.54) ,  Kevon Benton (105.54) ,  Phillip Harrington (102.07) ,  Kionee Campbell (100.75) ,  Frederick Godby (95.0)

2 Hillgrove HS (436.708)

Eslen Trumble (94.29) ,  Zachary Derrow (92.39) ,  Tristan Campbell (87.03) ,  Elena Mortensen (81.87) ,  James Griffin (81.12)

3 Union Grove HS (125.792)

Logan Witham (73.21) ,  Gabriel Cheney (52.58)

4 South Effingham HS (119.751)

Matthew McDonald (60.34) ,  Max Cabrera (59.41)

5 Chapel Hill HS (53.659)

Kate Morgan (53.66)

6 North Cobb HS (53.372)

Mathieu Lago (53.37)

7 Allatoona HS (45.985)

Riley Williams (45.99)

8 Upson-Lee HS (44.771)

Logan Driggers (44.77)


1 Henry County HS (442.35)

Ethan Guin (109.66) ,  Conner Malone (102.33) ,  Mikal Moreland (90.86) ,  Keriann Holt (70.95) ,  Amari Cooper (68.55)

2 Hillgrove HS (331.782)

Kiera-Grace Belanger (85.6) ,  James Ballentine (68.28) ,  Keyana Fields (59.72) ,  Lucas Schultz (59.55) ,  Laura Dufresne (58.62)

3 Union Grove HS (153.127)

Arjun Patel (78.33) ,  Dalton Clinton (74.8)

4 Lassiter HS (35.964)

William Witcher (35.96)

5 Chapel Hill HS (35.804)

Blaine Morgan (35.8)

Methodology


A school’s “Power” ranking is the combined score of the school’s top 5 runners in each category: Varsity, Junior Varsity, Intermediate

High School ranking scores are normalized by course and gender. The average of the top 10% (minimum of 2) of the runners is set to 100. The runners scores are then normalized to the calculated 100 score. If only one runner is ranked for that gender course combination, the runner's score will be normalized to 100.0.

Varsity
A school's top 5 ranking scores on Red, Green or Brown. If a runner has ranking scores on multiple courses, only their highest score is included.

Junior Varsity
A school's top 5 ranking scores on Orange. A runner cannot be included in Junior Varsity if they are included in the Varsity rankings.

Intermediate
A school’s top 5 ranking scores on Yellow. A runner cannot be included in Intermediate if they are included in the Varsity or Junior Varsity rankings.

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