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Cartersville 10th, Adairsville 19th in 2015-16 GADA Directors Cup standings

The 2015-16 Georgia Athletic Directors Association Directors Cup will wrap up in a few days with the conclusion of the state baseball playoffs in each classification.

The annual award, presented by the GADA and sponsored by Regions Bank, goes to the schools accumulating the most points in all the Georgia High School Association playoffs across all sports.

There are also awards for the highest scoring teams in each gender and awards for the highest scoring schools in each GHSA region. Each school accumulates points in up to eight sports for each gender. Higher point values, beginning with 100 points for a state championship, are awarded for advancement in each round of the playoffs.

Cartersville led local schools by finishing 10th overall in Class AAAA. The Canes' boys athletic teams led Region 7-AAAA male sports and Cartersville was runner-up to Heritage-Catoosa in overall points in their region. Adairsville was 19th overall in Class AAA. Woodland finished 53rd in Class AAAAA. Cass was 67th in Class AAAAA, and Excel Christian Academy was 83rd among Class A schools.


CARTERSVILLE, 10th, Class AAAA, 630 points (Current Top Five Schools in Class AAAA: Marist, Buford, St. Pius X, Woodward Academy, North Oconee) Cartersville points:

Football, 100

Cheerleading, 80 Girls Tennis, 70 Boys Tennis, 70

Volleyball, 53

Girls Cross Country, 45 Boys Cross Country, 38 Girls Soccer, 25 Boys Basketball, 25 Boys Soccer, 25 Wrestling, 15 Girls Track and Field, 14


ADAIRSVILLE, 19th, 404.20 points (Current Top Five Schools in Class AAA: Westminster, Blessed Trinity, Oconee County, Calhoun, Jefferson) Adairsville points: Football, 70 Girls Soccer, 70 Cheerleading, 54 Girls Tennis, 53 Wrestling, 36 Boys Cross Country, 26 Softball, 25 Girls Basketball, 25 Baseball, 25 Boys Track and Field, 13 Girls Track and Field, 7.20


WOODLAND, 53rd in Class AAAAA, 133.50 (Current Top Five Schools in Class AAAAA: Allatoona, Starr's Mill, Cambridge, McIntosh, Dunwoody) Woodland points: Wrestling, 90 Boys Track and Field, 43.50


CASS, 67th in Class AAAAA, 108 points

(Current Top Five Schools in Class AAAAA: Allatoona, Starr's Mill, Cambridge, McIntosh, Dunwoody)

Cass points: Wrestling, 83 Boys Tennis, 25


EXCEL CHRISTIAN ACADEMY, 83rd in Class A, 53 points (Current Top Five Schools in Class A: Commerce, Eagle's Landing Christian, Landmark Christian, Athens Academy, Stratford Academy) Excel Christian Academy points:

Softball, 53


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