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Brookwood's Amya Durham (11) gets ready to drive past Norcross' Yamani Paul (31) during a game played at Norcross High School.

If the coronavirus pandemic calls off the Georgia High School Association’s spring sports season, three Gwinnett schools will finish atop the standings for the Director’s Cup, presented by the Georgia Athletic Directors Association to the state’s top athletic programs.

After the winter sports season, Brookwood in Class AAAAAAA, Buford in AAAAA and Wesleyan in A lead the overall points divisions in their classifications. Points are awarded based on how deep teams advance in the state playoffs.

A Director’s Cup win would be the first in the overall division for Brookwood since 2011-12, and the first for Buford since 2016-17. If Wesleyan wins the 2019-20 Director’s Cup, it would the Wolves’ fourth straight in the overall division.

Brookwood (654), North Gwinnett (644), Parkview (621) and Mill Creek (588) give Gwinnett the top four spots in the overall standings in AAAAAAA. North (333) and Parkview (304) are No. 1 and No. 2 in the girls standings, while the AAAAAAA girls rankings have Brookwood (387) at No. 1 and Mill Creek (363) at No. 2.

Buford is atop the overall, boys and girls divisions in AAAAA. Greater Atlanta Christian is second overall in AAA.

Here’s a look at the updated standings after the winter season:

Class AAAAAAA

Overall

1. Brookwood, 654

2. North Gwinnett, 644

3. Parkview, 621

4. Mill Creek, 588

5. South Forsyth, 575

6. Walton, 562

7. West Forsyth, 556

8. Lambert, 532

9. Hillgrove, 531

10. Norcross, 516

12. Grayson, 471

13. Archer, 469

18. Collins Hill, 372

19. Peachtree Ridge, 366

Boys

1. North Gwinnett, 333

2. Parkview, 304

3. West Forsyth, 303

4. Walton, 292

5. Milton, 287

6. Brookwood, 267

7. Archer, 244

8. Norcross, 237

9. South Forsyth, 235

10. Hillgrove, 234

12. Mill Creek, 225

18. Grayson, 192

Girls

1. Brookwood, 387

2. Mill Creek, 363

3. South Forsyth, 340

4. Lambert, 338

5. Parkview, 317

6. North Gwinnett, 311

7. Hillgrove, 297

8. Lassiter, 294

9. Etowah, 285

10. Norcross, 279

10. Grayson, 279

12. Peachtree Ridge, 275

17. Archer, 225

19. Collins Hill, 210

Class AAAAAA

Overall

1. Pope, 711

2. Harrison, 665

3. Richmond Hill, 660

4. Cambridge, 615

5. Dacula, 541

6. Allatoona, 516

7. Lakeside-Evans, 482

8. Alexander, 462

9. Lanier, 447

10. Creekview, 439

Boys

1. Richmond Hill, 358

2. Harrison, 307

3. Pope, 295

4. Lanier, 292

5. Cambridge, 247

6. Valdosta, 245

7. Alexander, 244

8. Dacula, 229

9. Brunswick, 208

10. Allatoona, 206

Girls

1. Pope, 416

2. Cambridge, 368

3. Harrison, 358

4. Dacula, 312

5. Lakeside-Evans, 311

6. Allatoona, 310

7. Richmond Hill, 302

8. River Ridge, 263

9. Lee County, 244

10. Greenbrier, 241

Class AAAAA

Overall

1. Buford, 766

2. Starr’s Mill, 732

3. Riverwood, 565

4. Carrollton, 542

5. McIntosh, 508

5. Kell, 508

7. Loganville, 505

8. Veterans, 291

9. Decatur, 476

10. Jones County, 467

Boys

1. Buford, 337

2. Starr’s Mill, 311

3. Riverwood, 294

4. Decatur, 269

5. Clarke Central, 258

6. Veterans, 247

7. Woodland-Cartersville, 219

8. Carrollton, 214

9. Cedar Shoals, 203

10. Kell, 196

Girls

1. Buford, 429

2. Starr’s Mill, 421

3. McIntosh, 391

4. Carrollton, 328

5. Kell, 312

6. Loganville, 311

7. Whitewater, 306

8. Harris County, 292

9. Jones County, 279

10. Riverwood, 271

Class AAAA

Overall

1. St. Pius, 742

2. Blessed Trinity, 697

3. Marist, 689

4. Woodward Academy, 649

5. Oconee County, 628

6. North Oconee, 534

7. Denmark, 497

8. West Laurens, 487

9. Heritage-Catoosa, 434

10. Cartersville, 412

Boys

1. Woodward Academy, 406

2. Blessed Trinity, 382

3. St. Pius, 330

4. Marist, 323

5. Oconee County, 307

6. North Oconee, 302

7. West Laurens, 261

8. Denmark, 246

9. Cartersville, 212

9. Madison County, 212

Girls

1. St. Pius, 412

2. Marist, 366

3. Oconee County, 321

4. Blessed Trinity, 315

5. Heritage-Catoosa, 294

6. Denmark, 251

7. Columbus, 249

8. Woodward Academy, 243

9. North Oconee, 232

10. West Laurens, 226

Class AAA

Overall

1. Jefferson, 777

2. Greater Atlanta Christian, 665

3. Pace Academy, 639

4. Westminster, 604

5. North Hall, 565

6. Calhoun, 556

7. Lovett, 529

8. Pierce County, 438

9. Dawson County, 407

10. Sonoraville, 387

Boys

1. Jefferson, 339

2. Greater Atlanta Christian, 310

3. North Hall, 309

4. Pace Academy, 272

5. Lovett, 267

6. Westminster, 264

7. Calhoun, 246

8. Benedictine, 230

9. Hart County, 208

10. Pierce County, 196

Girls

1. Jefferson, 438

2. Pace Academy, 367

3. Greater Atlanta Christian, 355

4. Westminster, 340

5. Calhoun, 310

6. Ringgold, 298

7. Lovett, 262

8. North Hall, 256

9. Dawson County, 243

10. Pierce County, 242

Class AA

Overall

1. Vidalia, 563

2. Banks County, 481

3. Union County, 472

4. Rockmart, 469

5. Bremen, 452

6. Chattooga, 402

7. Bleckley County, 373

8. Jeff Davis, 351

9. Thomasville, 349

10. Lamar County, 336

Boys

1. Union County, 216

2. Chattooga, 208

3. Vidalia, 201

3. Model, 201

5. Banks County, 195

6. Bremen, 194

7. Rockmart, 192

8. Toombs County, 190

9. Callaway, 185

10. Douglass, 180

Girls

1. Vidalia, 362

2. Banks County, 286

3. Rockmart, 277

4. Bremen, 258

5. Union County, 256

6. Bleckley County, 238

7. Rabun County, 233

8. Lamar County, 231

9. Coosa, 214

10. Chattooga, 194

Class A

Overall

1. Wesleyan, 742

2. Holy Innocents’, 704

3. Mount Paran, 694

4. Commerce, 530

5. Hebron, 515

6. Gordon Lee, 475

7. Savannah Christian, 422

8. North Cobb Christian, 389

9. Georgia Military, 375

10. ELCA, 363

Boys

1. Holy Innocents’, 358

2. Wesleyan, 346

3. North Cobb Christian, 276

4. Commerce, 253

5. Mount Paran, 243

6. Mount Pisgah, 214

7. Turner County, 191

8. St. Francis, 185

8. Athens Academy, 185

10. Pinecrest, 184

Girls

1. Mount Paran, 451

2. Hebron, 445

3. Wesleyan, 396

4. Gordon Lee, 349

5. Holy Innocents’, 346

6. Commerce, 277

7. Savannah Christian, 266

8. Academy for Class., 250

9. Brookstone, 236

10. Georgia Military, 225

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