Rankings rundown: Week 7

Every Sunday, the AJC releases its top 10 polls for both boys and girls. Here's a rundown of those teams and where they're at at this point in the season.

1. South Atlanta (12-1)

Region record: 4-0 in Region 6 (first place)

Notes: The last documented game played by the Hornets was on Dec. 23. It's unclear if they've played any games between then and now, but if not their first action in more than two weeks will come on Wednesday at region opponent Washington (4-11, 1-4). They'll host B.E.S.T. (2-10, 1-3) on Friday.

2. Early County (12-2)

Region record: 4-0 in Region 1 (first place)

Notes: The Bobcats picked up three wins last week, including a 72-69 thriller over Class A-public's No. 1 Calhoun County. They take on Miller County (5-4, 3-3) on Tuesday, but their big matchup with region implications takes place on Friday against No. 10 Thomasville.

3. Butler (9-5)

Region record: 4-1 in Region 4 (second place)

Notes: The Bulldogs picked up a pair of road region wins over Screven County (88-55) and Jefferson County (57-46). Junior guard Mardrez McBride averaged 19.5 points in those wins. They'll take over first place in the region if they can win at first place No. 9 Westside on Tuesday.

4. Therrell (9-5)

Region record: 3-1 in Region 6 (tied for second)

Notes: Like South Atlanta, the Panthers have yet to play a game of record in 2017. That will change on Tuesday when they host Hapeville Charter. They also play road games on Friday and Saturday against B.E.S.T. and KIPP, which is tied with Therrell for second place in the region.

5. Laney (9-3)

Region record: 2-1 in Region 4 (third place)

Notes: The Wildcats picked up a 90-53 win over Harlem last week and have no games scheduled for this week. Next up will be a game at Evans next Monday.

6. Dublin (11-4)

Region record: 2-0 in Region 3 (second place)

Notes: The Fighting Irish went 3-0 last week with the closet game a 15-point win over Washington County. They play three more games this week starting on Tuesday at Johnson County, their last non-region contest of the regular season.

7. Glenn Hills (11-5)

Region record: 3-2 in Region 4 (fourth place)

Notes: The Spartans were 2-0 last week, most notably beating No. 8 Josey 44-42. The win was a team effort, as no Spartan scored in double figures. Juniors Eric Farmer and Timmy Sellers and freshman John Whitehead all led the Spartans' scoring efforts with 9 points each. They host region opponents Screven County and first-place No. 9 Westside this week.

8. Josey (12-4)

Region record: 2-3 in Region 4 (sixth place)

Notes: The Eagles suffered through a tough last week, going 0-2 including against region opponents Westside and Glen Hills. Their lone game this week is a region contest at home against Jefferson County.

9. Westside-Augusta (5-4)

Region record: 4-0 in Region 4 (first place)

Notes: The Patriots' overall record may be underwhelming, but being undefeated thus far in a competitive Region 4 is what has them ranked. Up next is No. 3 Butler, a home game on Tuesday.

10. Thomasville (8-6)

Region record: 3-0 in Region 1 (second place)

Notes: The Bulldogs went 2-1 last week, including an ugly 60-28 loss to Tift County, the No. 7 team in the high class. But they're in control of their own fate in region play and can stay in prime position if they can beat No. 2 Early County at home on Friday.

1. Laney (14-1)

Region record: 5-0 in Region 4 (first place)

Notes: The Lady Wildcats went 2-0 last week with blowout road wins over region foes Jefferson County (74-39) and Harlem (86-28). They have two regions games this week against Screven County and Josey, which is in second place at 4-1.

2. Dodge County (12-2)

Region record: 4-0 in Region 3 (first place)

Notes: The Lady Indians went 2-0 last week against Northeast and Bleckley County. They'll take a big step this week in cementing first place with games against Washington County (3-1) on deck for Tuesday.

3. Model (10-4)

Region record: 6-0 in Region 7 (first place)

Notes: The Lady Blue Devils rolled over Armuchee 69-33 last week to kick off the new year. They'll take on No. 7 Dade County on the road Tuesday, then have two more road contests on Friday and Saturday against Armuchee and Christian Heritage, who beat them 63-52 on Dec. 16.

4. Fitzgerald (9-0)

Region record: 1-0 in Region 1 (second place)

Notes: They beat Coffee (62-43) and Brooks County (70-59) last week and have three region games this week against Berrien (Tuesday), Albany (Friday) and first-placeEarly County (Saturday), which is 4-0.

5. Rabun County (14-1)

Region record: 2-0 in Region 8 (tied for first)

Notes: The Lady Wildcats will take sole possession of first place with a win on Tuesday at Banks County, which is also 2-0 in league play. They play at Social Circle on Friday and Elbert County on Saturday.

6. Vidalia (11-3)

Region record: 4-1 in Region 2 (first place)

Notes: The Lady Indians went 2-0 last week, beating Tattnall County and Swainsboro. They'll play at Toombs County on Tuesday and at Metter, which is tied for second place at 4-2, on Friday

7. Dade County (11-4)

Region record: 4-2 in Region 7 (tied for third)

Notes: The Lady Wolverines lost 57-54 last week to Armuchee, which doesn't fare well for them as they host Model on Tuesday. They also play at Gordon Central and host North Murray this week.

8. Heard County (11-5)

Region record: 1-0 in Region 5 (tied for first)

Notes: This week the Lady Braves play Temple, which along with Jordan is tied with Heard for first, Lamar County and Mt. Zion.

9. Bryan County (9-3)

Region record: 4-2 in Region 2 (tied for second)

Notes: The Lady Redskins are hanging on to a top 10 spot despite being upset last week by Jeff Davis. They play St. Vincent's, Bacon County and Portal this week.

10. Washington County (6-3)

Region record: 3-1 in Region 3 (second place)

Notes: We'll know after Tuesday if the Lady Golden Hawks belong in the top 10, because that's when they host No. 2 Dodge County. They also play Southwest and Northeast this week in region play.

All stats and records are sourced from MaxPreps. Follow the AJC's Class AA coverage on Twitter.

Credit: Stan Awtrey

Credit: Stan Awtrey