List: Schools with at least two wins over top-ranked teams since 2000

Grayson became only the seventh school since 2000, when it opened, to have three victories over No. 1-ranked teams from its own classification with last week's win over Marietta. Grayson also defeated No. 1 teams Archer in 2015 and Lowndes in 2008. With a minimum of four games played, only Calhoun and Grayson have winning records against No. 1 teams from their classifications this century. Here are schools with at least two wins over No. 1 teams since 2000 and their records in games against them.

Calhoun: 5-2 

Warner Robins: 5-5 

Northside (W. Robins): 4-9 

Grayson: 3-2 

Buford: 3-3 

Marist: 3-4 

Peach County: 3-4 

Americus: 2-0 

Hillgrove: 2-1 

Laney: 2-2 

Swainsboro: 2-2 

Fitzgerald: 2-3 

M.L. King: 2-3 

Norcross: 2-3 

Wilcox County: 2-3 

Peachtree Ridge: 2-4 

Sandy Creek: 2-4 

Tucker: 2-4 

Ware County: 2-4 

Blessed Trinity: 2-5 

Irwin County: 2-5 

McIntosh Co. Academy: 2-5 

Brookwood: 2-6 

McEachern: 2-6 

Carver (Columbus): 2-7 

Colquitt County: 2-7 

Lovett: 2-9 

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