Tennessee/Georgia All-Star Classics Schedules Set

Football At Boyd-Buchanan On Saturday

Thursday, June 05, 2014

The 11th Annual Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Football Classic, presented by Physicians Care, is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Boyd-Buchanan School Saturday. 

This is just one of the  Stump On Sports all-star border battles that will take place in Chattanooga over the next two weeks. 

The Tennessee-Georgia All-Star Classic Series will get going Friday at Finley Stadium with the Boys' Soccer Classic presented by Chattanooga Futbol Club at 4:30 p.m. 

The Girls' Soccer Classic will be held on June 13 at Finley Stadium at 4 p.m. prior to the Chattanooga Futbol Club Women's game. 

Tennessee leads the girls’ series, 7-1, and has won the last four matches, including a 5-2 victory in 2013. 

Summer Lanter (Soddy-Daisy) took Tennessee Player of the Game honors by scoring a hat trick to tie the game’s all-time single game scoring record. Suzanne Arafa (Allatoona) took home the Georgia Player of the Game award. 

On the boys’ side, Tennessee holds an 8-1 advantage, including winning the last four in a row. 

The Volunteer State got a record 15 saves from keeper Tim Barnes (Notre Dame) in a 3-0 win. Barnes was named Tennessee Player of the Game, while David Perez (Northwest Whitfield) was the Georgia Player of the Game. 

After the 11th Annual Football Classic (Saturday, June 7, at 7:30 p.m. at Boyd-Buchanan), basketball will take center stage at Notre Dame High School on Tuesday, June 10, with the Basketball Classics starting with the girls’ game at 6 p.m. 

The Tennessee girls have won the last four games in the series and hold a 7-4 lead in the all-time series. 

Tennessee claimed a 66-57 victory last year behind Tennessee Player of the Game Mariah Massengill (Silverdale). Megan Collins (Southeast Whitfield) tied a record with 24 points to earn the Georgia Player of the Game honors.

Tennessee’s boys also hold a 7-4 edge in what has been a very competitive series. Six games in the series have been decided by five points or less, including last year’s thrilling 76-74 contest, won by Georgia in overtime. 

Alex Bautista (Dalton) was the Georgia Player of the Game, while Stedmon Ford (Notre Dame) was named Tennessee Player of the Game. 

The series will conclude on June 18 with the All-Star Baseball and Softball Classics. McCallie will host the nine-inning baseball game with the Home Run Derby set for 4 p.m. and the game for 6 p.m. 

Frost Stadium will again be the site of the oldest of the Tennessee/Georgia All-star Classics where the annual softball game doubleheader starts at 6 p.m. 

Tennessee leads the baseball series, 11-1, although five games have been decided by two runs or less. Tennessee has won the past four games, including last year’s 5-4 victory at Ridgeland. 

Dakota Hudson (Sequatchie County) was the game’s MVP. Spencer Mossburg (Silverdale) and Dalton Geekie (McEachern) respectively took home Tennessee and Georgia Player of the Game awards.

Tennessee leads the softball series advantage 25-7. The doubleheader has been played at Frost Stadium each year since 1998. 

Sidney Hooper (Walker Valley) was named as last year’s MVP as the Volunteer State girls swept their Peach State counterparts, 4-2 and 1-0. Lydia Ritchie (Bledsoe County) and Savannah Goldsmith (Heritage) took home Tennessee and Georgia Player of the Game honors,  respectively.

Tennessee/Georgia All-Star Classic Records

Baseball 

Results
2002 – Tennessee 8, Georgia 6 (at Ridgeland)
2003 – Tennessee 11, Georgia 10 (at Engel Stadium)
2004 – Tennessee 4, Georgia 1 (at Engel Stadium)
2005 – Tennessee 9, Georgia 4 (at BellSouth Park)
2006 – Tennessee 10, Georgia 0 (at BellSouth Park)
2007 – Tennessee 17, Georgia 12 (at AT&T Field)
2008 – Tennessee 10, Georgia 9 (at AT&T Field)
2009 – Georgia 3, Tennessee 2 (at AT&T Field)
2010 – Tennessee 12, Georgia 8 (at AT&T Field)
2011 – Tennessee 18, Georgia 4 (at AT&T Field)
2012 – Tennessee 3, Georgia 2 (at Ooltewah)
2013 – Tennessee 5, Georgia 4 (at Ridgeland)


Players of the Game
2002 – MVP: Bryce Thomas (Notre Dame), TN: Matt Hawkins (Copper Basin),
GA: Dean Smith (Ridgeland)
2003 – MVP: Chris Combs (Soddy-Daisy), TN: Wes Hodges (Baylor),
GA: Eric Thornburg (Gordon Lee)
2004 – MVP: Austin Dobbs (Soddy-Daisy), TN: Ryan Moore (McCallie),
GA: Dusty Wright (Ridgeland)
2005 – MVP: Myles Ervin (Notre Dame), TN: Nic Robinson (Ooltewah),
GA: Jacob Robbins (Calhoun)
2006 – MVP: Blake McDade (Ooltewah), TN: Michael Brown (Baylor),
GA: Cody Long (Northwest Whitfield)
2007 – MVP: Phillip Connor (Soddy-Daisy), TN: Tyler Covington (Ooltewah),
GA: Garrett Burgess (Northwest Whitfield)
2008 – MVP: Dylan Craig (Baylor), TN: Colton Green (Hixson),
GA: Drew Walker (Ringgold)
2009 – MVP: Gabe Herman (LFO), GA: Josh Mitchell (Model), 
TN: Gunner Miller (East Ridge)
2010 – MVP: Will Stansell (Baylor), TN: Brady Reed (Ooltewah), 
GA: Adam Clarke (Cartersville)
2011 – MVP: Jared Allen (Polk County), TN: Will Cooper (Baylor), 
GA: Brandon Blome (Adairsville)
2012 – MVP: Hunter Hudson (Sequatchie County), TN: T.J. Binder (Ooltewah), 
GA: Blaine Swift (Coosa)
2013 – MVP: Dakota Hudson (Sequatchie County), TN: Spencer Mossburg (Silverdale 
Baptist),  GA: Dalton Geekie (McEachern)


Most Hits
4 – Myles Ervin (Notre Dame, 2005)
4 – Jared Allen (Polk County, 2011)

Most Runs
3 – Myles Ervin (Notre Dame, 2005)
3 – Ryan Ellis (Gordon Lee, 2007)
3 – Will Cooper (Baylor, 2011)

Most RBI
4 – Jared Allen (Polk County, 2011)

Most Homeruns
1 – Eric Thornburg (Gordon Lee, 2003)
1 – Blake McDade (Ooltewah, 2006)
1 – Josh McKinney (McCallie, 2007)
1 – Tyler Covington (Ooltewah, 2007)

Most Strikeouts
6 – Nic Robinson (Ooltewah, 2005)
6 – Dalton Geekie (McEachern, 2013)
6 – Dakota Hudson (Sequatchie County, 2013)
5 – five tied





Tennessee/Georgia All-Star Classic Records 

Basketball (Girls)

Results
2003 – Tennessee 83, Georgia 48 (at Soddy-Daisy)
2004 – Georgia 62, Tennessee 55 (at Ringgold)
2005 – Tennessee 67, Georgia 47 (at Notre Dame)
2006 – Tennessee 85, Georgia 78 (OT) (at LaFayette)
2007 – Georgia 59, Tennessee 49 (at Notre Dame)
2008 – Georgia 64, Tennessee 45 (at Notre Dame)
2009 – Georgia 62, Tennessee 56 (at Notre Dame)
2010 – Tennessee 60, Georgia 48 (at Notre Dame)
2011 – Tennessee 63, Georgia 49 (at Notre Dame)
2012 – Tennessee 100, Georgia 52 (at Notre Dame)
2013 – Tennessee 66, Georgia 57 (at Notre Dame)


Players of the Game
2003 – MVP: Brandy Scott (Bradley Central), TN: Amy Ransom (Notre Dame),
GA: Jocelyn Thompson (LaFayette)
2004 – MVP: Quinetta Davenport (Southeast Whitfield), TN: Courtney Parham
(Tyner), GA: Christen Brown (Dalton)
2005 – MVP: LeCondra Mason (Chatt. Christian), TN: Brittany Johnson (Sale Creek),
GA: Brianna Caldwell (Model)
2006 – TN MVP: Juanisha Hansford (Chatt. Christian), GA MVP: Jheri Booker 
(Chattooga)
2007 – MVP: Samantha Avery (Northwest Whitfield), TN: Brandi Andrews (GPS), 
GA: Jerrica Johnson (Dalton
2008 – MVP: Tanisha Woodard (Rome), TN: Jessica Jones (Brainerd), 
GA: Robyn Foster (Coosa)
2009 – MVP: Ieshia Alexander (Coosa), TN: April McCann (Lookout Valley), 
GA: Maci Siniard (Model)
2010 – MVP: Hollie German (Polk County), TN: Kayla Kelly (CSAS), 
GA: Mauri Wells (Rome)
2011 – MVP: Jenna Adams (McMinn Central), TN: Cierra Aanderson (Cleveland), 
GA: Mel McClain (Coosa)
2012 – MVP: Kayla Beavers (Bradley Central), TN: Megan Ausdren (Baylor), 
GA: Lil Bradbury (Gordon Lee)
2013 – MVP: None, TN: Mariah Massengill (Silverdale Baptist), 
GA: Megan Collins (Southeast)


Most Points
24 – Mauri Wells (Rome, 2010)
24 – Megan Collins (Southeast, 2013)
23 – Hollie German (Polk County, 2010)
22 – Juanisha Hansford (Chatt. Christian, 2006)

Most 3-Pointers
5 – Mel McClain (Coosa, 2011)

Most Rebounds
17 – Samantha Avery (Northwest Whitfield, 2007)
16 – Nakisha Strickland (Brainerd, 2006)
15 – Megan Collins (Southeast, 2013)

Most Steals
10 – Jerrica Johnson (Dalton, 2007)
6 – Quinetta Davenport (Southeast Whitfield, 2004)
6 – Jheri Booker (Chattooga, 2006)










Tennessee/Georgia All-Star Classic Records 

Basketball (Boys)

Results
2003 – Georgia 104, Tennessee 99 (at Soddy-Daisy)
2004 – Tennessee 91, Georgia 66 (at Ringgold)
2005 – Tennessee 92, Georgia 55 (at Notre Dame)
2006 – Georgia 94, Tennessee 89 (at LaFayette)
2007 – Tennessee 84, Georgia 66 (at Notre Dame)
2008 – Tennessee 82, Georgia 74 (at Notre Dame)
2009 – Georgia 88, Tennessee 86 (at Notre Dame)
2010 – Tennessee 105, Georgia 103 (at Notre Dame)
2011 – Tennessee 101, Georgia 92 (at Notre Dame)
2012 – Tennessee 101, Georgia 98 (at Notre Dame)
2013 – Georgia 76, Tennessee 74 (OT) (at Notre Dame)


Players of the Game
2003 – MVP: Franky Pinson (Dalton), TN: Brandon Cook (Notre Dame),
GA: Shawn Guterriez (Gordon Central)
2004 – MVP: Matt Wilhoite (Central), TN: Roscoe Tucker (East Ridge),
GA: Adam White (Southeast Whitfield)
2005 – MVP: Charles Little (Cleveland), TN: Jeff Smith (Tyner),
GA: Sam Coppage (Ringgold)
2006 – TN MVP: Blake Derrek (McMinn Central), GA MVP: Stephen McClellan 
(Christian Heritage)
2007 – MVP: Russell McNeil (Soddy-Daisy), TN: Steven Satterfield (Howard),
GA: Ryan Perry (Dalton)
2008 – MVP: Tim Benford (Red Bank), TN: Jesse Taylor (McCallie),
GA: Chris Queen (Northwest Whitfield)
2009 – MVP: Tyler Arnold (Calhoun), TN: Bradley Britt (Red Bank), 
GA: Fernando Lemus (Model)
2010 – MVP: Brandon Herman (Grace), TN: Ish Sanders (Cleveland),
GA: Andrew Houts (Dade County)
2011 – MVP: Alex Stallion (CSAS), TN: Damon Warren (Brainerd),
GA: Travis Core (Dade County)
2012 – MVP: Jarod Rhodes (Cleveland), TN: C.J. Reese (McCallie),
GA: Tristan Harrell (Dalton)
2013 – MVP: None, TN: Stedmon Ford (Notre Dame),
GA: Alex Bautista (Dalton)


Most Points
32 – Brandon Herman (Grace, 2010)
28 – Travis Core (Dade County, 2011)
26 – Stephen McClellan (Christian Heritage, 2006)

Most 3-Pointers
6 – Shawn Guterriez (Gordon Central, 2003)

Most Rebounds
11 – Bradley Britt (Red Bank, 2009)
10 – Tyler Arnold (Calhoun, 2009)

Most Steals
4 – Russell McNeil (Soddy-Daisy, 2007)
4 – Sammy McDaniel (Ridgeland, 2008)














Tennessee/Georgia All-Star Classic Records 

Football

Results
2004 – Tennessee 28, Georgia 7 (at Ridgeland)
2005 – Georgia 29, Tennessee 7 (at East Ridge)
2006 – Tennessee 9, Georgia 5 (at Finley Stadium)
2007 – Georgia 14, Tennessee 13 (at Finley Stadium)
2008 – Tennessee 41, Georgia 0 (at Finley Stadium)
2009 – Tennessee 31, Georgia 14 (at Ridgeland)
2010 – Tennessee 17, Georgia 0 (at Baylor)
2011 – Georgia 31, Tennessee 21 (at Baylor)
2012 – Tennessee 7, Georgia 3 (at Ringgold)
2013 – Tennessee 10, Georgia 7 (at McCallie)


Players of the Game
2004 – MVP: Michael Davenport (Central), TN: Eric Marsh (Red Bank),
GA: Justin Rogers (Chattooga)
2005 – MVP: Caleb Callahan (Northwest Whitfield), TN: Josey Rutley (Tyner),
GA: Blue Cooper (Coosa)
2006 – MVP: Chris Ricketts (Soddy-Daisy), TN: Drew Nelson (Notre Dame), 
GA: Darius Benham (Cartersville)
2007 – MVP: Tymon Hudson (Rome), TN: Caleb Wilson (Rhea County), 
GA: Rhett Headden (NW Whitfield)
2008 – MVP: Tim Benford (Red Bank), TN: Wilson Jackson (Rhea County), 
GA: Scottie Talley (Dade County)
2009 – MVP: Josh Blake (Grace), TN: Nic Hughes (Boyd-Buchanan), 
GA: Matt Talkington (Ringgold)
2010 – MVP: Terrell Robinson (South Pittsburg), TN: Jackie Reeves (Brainerd), 
GA: Jalen Fields (Dalton)
2011 – MVP: Paul Walton (Ridgeland), TN: Joseph Derrick (Brainerd), 
GA: Offensive Line
2012 – MVP: Kameno Watson (Red Bank), TN: Trent Lusk (McCallie), 
GA: Justin Adekoya (Heritage)
2013 – MVP: Van Scribner (Lookout Valley), TN: Jamal Jones (Lookout Valley), 
GA: Darrell Bridges (Ridgeland)



Most Rushing Yards
106 – Jamal Jones (Lookout Valley, 2013)
89 – Trey Wesley (Hiram, 2011)
87 – Paul Walton (Ridgeland, 2011)
80 – Josh Blake (Grace, 2009)
74 – Drew Akins (Boyd-Buchanan, 2005)

Longest TD Run
47 yards – Paul Walton (Ridgeland, 2011)

Most Yards Passing
167 – Drew Nelson (Notre Dame, 2006)
148 – Nic Hughes (Boyd-Buchanan, 2009)
135 – Caleb Callahan (Northwest Whitfield, 2005)
121 – Cameron Tallent (Rhea County, 2011)
103 – 2 tied 

Most Completions
11 – Drew Nelson (Notre Dame, 2006)

Longest TD Pass
78 yards – Tim Benford (Red Bank) to Eric Penn (Brainerd), 2008

Most Yards Receiving
112 – Tim Benford (Red Bank, 2008)
100 – Joseph Derrick (Brainerd, 2011)
78 – Eric Penn (Brainerd, 2008)
68 – Orlandus Harris (Brainerd, 2008)

Longest Reception
78 yards – Eric Penn (Brainerd, 2008)

Longest Kick Return
68 yards – Chas Scruggs (Lookout Valley, 2008)

Most Touchdowns
2 – Michael Davenport (Central, 2004)
2 – Stan Ingram (Darlington, 2005)
2 – Tim Benford (Red Bank, 2008)
2 – John Hampton (Dade County, 2011)

Most Extra Points
5 – Mike Hammonds (Polk County, 2008)

Longest Field Goal
42 yards – John Long (Ooltewah, 2010)
41 yards – Cameron Carter (East Hamilton, 2013)
34 yards – Dustin Lewis (Heritage, 2012)
31 yards – Josh Davis (Rhea County, 2009)
30 yards – Gorge Galvis (Coosa, 2006)

Longest Punt
70 yards – Weston Perry (Boyd-Buchanan, 2006)

Most Tackles
14 – Dan Turner (East Ridge, 2004)

Most Sacks
2 – Darius Benham (Cartersville, 2006)
2 – Tymon Hudson (Rome, 2007)
2 – Cody Thomas (Boyd-Buchanan, 2008)
2 – Micah Kidd (East Ridge, 2010)
2 - Justin Adekoya (Heritage, 2012)

Most Interceptions
2 – Joe Muir (Marion County, 2009)
2 – Blue Cooper (Coosa, 2005)

Longest Interception for TD
45 yards – Blue Cooper (Coosa, 2005)

Most Points, Team
41 – Tennessee, 2008

Largest Margin of Victory, Team
41 – Tennessee, 2008 (41-0)







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Soccer (Girls)

Results
2004 – Tennessee 3, Georgia 0 (at Notre Dame)
2005 – Tennessee 8, Georgia 0 (at Ridgeland)
2006 – Tennessee 11, Georgia 0 (at Hixson)
2007 – No game
2008 – Georgia 4, Tennessee 3 (at Dalton)
2009 – No game
2010 – Tennessee 0, Georgia 0 (at Finley Stadium)
2011 – Tennessee 8, Georgia 0 (at Finley Stadium)*
2012 – Tennessee 1, Georgia 1 (at Finley Stadium)
2013 – Tennessee 5, Georgia 2 (at Finley Stadium)
* - Georgia had just seven players


Players of the Game
2004 – MVP: Annie O’Steen (Baylor), TN: Ashley Murphy (Baylor),
GA: Julie Nance (LFO)
2005 – MVP: Caitlin Cook (GPS), TN: Nikki Brannen (Notre Dame),
GA: Ann Rhudy (Carrollton)
2006 – MVP: Savannah Neely (Bradley Central), TN: Lauren Geismar (Baylor), 
GA: Kate Christian (Calhoun)
2007 – No game
2008 – MVP: Shari Langley (Model), TN: Morgan Shelton (Ooltewah), 
GA: Taylor Benefield (Ridgeland)
2009 – No game
2010 – MVP: Maria Montelongo (Southeast Whitfield); 
TN: Molly Martin (McMinn Central); GA: Lauren Gocke (Heritage)
2011 – MVP: Kathryn Healy (Notre Dame); 
TN: Ashley Johnson (McMinn Central); GA: entire roster 
2012 – No MVP, TN: Lila Fisher (Signal Mountain), GA: Amber Burton (Heritage) 
2013 – No MVP, TN: Summer Lanter (Soddy-Daisy), GA: Suzanne Arafa (Allatoona) 


Most Goals
3 – Savannah Neely (Bradley Central, 2006)
3 – Summer Lanter (Soddy-Daisy, 2013)

Most Saves
15 – Amber Burton (Heritage, 2012)
14 – Julie Nance (LFO, 2004)


Soccer (Boys)

Results
2003 – Tennessee 11, Georgia 0 (at Notre Dame)
2004 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 1 (at Notre Dame)
2005 – Tennessee 5, Georgia 2 (at Ridgeland)
2006 – Georgia 2, Tennessee 1 (at Hixson)
2007 – No game
2008 –Tennessee 2, Georgia 1 (at Dalton)
2009 – No game
2010 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 2 (at Finley Stadium)
2011 – Tennessee 1, Georgia 0 (at Finley Stadium)*
2012 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 1 (at Finley Stadium)
2013 – Tennessee 3, Georgia 0 (at Finley Stadium)
* - Match shortened to 56 minutes due to storms

Players of the Game
2003 – MVP: Corey Remillard (McCallie), TN: Allen Mederais (CSAS),
GA: Chris Seacrease (Ridgeland)
2004 – MVP: Trey Meyer (McCallie), TN: Rob Carden (Notre Dame),
GA: Sammy Ortiz (Dalton)
2005 – MVP: Jeff Kedrowski (Baylor), TN: Michael Pepper (CCS),
GA: Jordan Gitgood (Ridgeland)
2006 – MVP: Bee Chidsey (Rome), TN: Jeremy Williams (Ooltewah),
GA: Ryan Black (Calhoun)
2007 – No game
2008 – MVP: Daniel Tackling (Ooltewah), TN: Kelly Smith (Baylor), 
GA: Frankie  Jimenez (Northwest)
2009 – No game
2010 – MVP: Rickey Rodriguez (Dalton); TN: Wes Llosa (Cleveland); 
GA: Macario Gutierez (Southeast Whitfield)
2011 – MVP: Adam Ryan (Chatt. Christian); TN: Alureano Gonzalez (Sweetwater); 
GA: Noel Pimentel (Southeast Whitfield)
2012 – No MVP, TN: Arturo Rocha (McCallie), GA: Mario Perez (NW Whitfield)
2013 – No MVP, TN: Tim Barnes (Notre Dame), GA: David Perez (NW Whitfield)


Most Goals
4 – Corey Remillard (McCallie, 2003)

Most Saves
15 – Tim Barnes (Notre Dame, 2013)
13 – Jake Lockert (Boyd-Buchanan, 2010)
13 – Jeremy Williams (Ooltewah, 2006)
13 – Jordan Gitgood (Ridgeland, 2005)




Tennessee/Georgia All-Star Classic Records

Softball (records from 2002 only)

Results
1998 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 0
1999 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 0
2000 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 0
2001 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 0
2002 – Tennessee 6, Georgia 2; Tennessee 6, Georgia 3 (at Frost Stadium)
2003 – Georgia 2, Tennessee 1; Tennessee 9, Georgia 1 (at Frost Stadium)
2004 – Tennessee 3, Georgia 1; Tennessee 5, Georgia 4 (9 inn.) (at Frost Stadium)
2005 – Tennessee 6, Georgia 2; Tennessee 9, Georgia 4 (at Frost Stadium)
2006 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 0; Georgia 3, Tennessee 1 (at Frost Stadium)
2007 – Georgia 4, Tennessee 3; Georgia 6; Tennessee 0 (at Frost Stadium)
2008 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 0; Tennessee 1; Georgia 0 (at Frost Stadium)
2009 – Tennessee 2, Georgia 0; Tennessee 12; Georgia 10 (at Frost Stadium)
2010 – Georgia 5, Tennessee 0; Tennessee 12; Georgia 2 (at Frost Stadium)
2011 – Georgia 6, Tennessee 0; Georgia 2; Tennessee 1 (5 inns.) (at Frost Stadium)
2012 – Tennessee 1, Georgia 0; Tennessee 4, Georgia 3 (at Frost Stadium)
2013 – Tennessee 4, Georgia 2; Tennessee 1, Georgia 0 (at Frost Stadium)


Players of the Game
2002 – MVP: Sarah Boyer (Hixson), TN: Katie Dyer (Baylor),
GA: Haley Stone (Dade County)
2003 – MVP: Megan Foley (Dalton), TN: Hollie Templeton (GPS),
GA: Chelce Culberson (Coosa)
2004 – MVP: Savannah Filley (Cumberland County), TN: Becky Grayson (East Ridge),
GA: Heather Woods (Southeast Whitfield)
2005 – MVP: Ashley Bain (Walker Valley), TN: Mary Catherine Veracoe (Baylor),
GA: Ashley Cuticchia (Dade County)
2006 – MVP: Stephanie Templeton (Ringgold), TN: Paige Goins (East Ridge),
GA: Liz Clark (Rockmart)
2007 – MVP: Jessica Cross (Ringgold), TN: Nikki Waters (Soddy-Daisy),
GA: Kaity Holloway (Gordon Lee)/Meagan Qualls (Ringgold)
2008 – MVP: Holly Thomas (Ooltewah), TN: Sam Everett (Baylor),
GA: Kendall Bruning (Ridgeland)
2009 – MVP: Nina Davenport (Baylor), TN: Megan Givens (GPS),
GA: Lindsey Lowe (LFO)
2010 – MVP: Tory Lewis (GPS), TN: Chelsea Burgess (Sequatchie County),
GA: Shelby Whitfield (Dalton)
2011 – MVP: Shelby Robertson (LFO), TN: Alex Everette (Soddy-Daisy),
GA:Monica Vickery (LFO)
2012 – MVP: Kelsey Nunley (Soddy-Daisy), TN: Emily Dangan (Sequatchie County),
GA: Kendall Johnson (Gordon Lee)
2013 – MVP: Sidney Hooper (Walker Valley), TN: Lydia Ritchie (Bledsoe County), 
GA: Savannah Goldsmith (Heritage)


Most Hits
4 – Ashley Bain (Walker Valley, 2005)
4 – Sam Floyd (Gordon Lee, 2005)
4 – Jessica Cross (Ringgold, 2007)
4 – Tory Lewis (GPS, 2010)
4 – Shelby Robertson (LFO, 2011)

Most RBI
4 – Ashley Bain (Walker Valley, 2005)
4 – Meagan Qualls (Ringgold, 2007)

Most Homeruns
2 – Ashley Bain (Walker Valley, 2005)
2 – Meagan Qualls (Ringgold, 2007)

Most Runs
3 – Ashley Bain (Walker Valley, 2005)
3 – Ashley Cuticchia (Dade County, 2005)
3 – Bre Johnson (Calhoun, 2009) 
3 – Tory Lewis (GPS, 2010) 

Most Strikeouts
13 – Kelsey Nunley (Soddy-Daisy, 2012)

Most Wins
2 – Savannah Filley (Cumberland County, 2004)




Tennessee/Georgia All-Star Classic Records

Volleyball

Results
2004 – Tennessee 3, Georgia 2 (at GPS)
Georgia 25, Tennessee 23
Tennessee 25, Georgia 10
Tennessee 25, Georgia 18
Georgia 25, Tennessee 20
Tennessee 15, Georgia 13

2005 – Tennessee 3, Georgia 0 (at GPS)
Tennessee 25, Georgia 12
Tennessee 25, Georgia 11
Tennessee 27, Georgia 25

2006 — Tennessee 3, Georgia 1 (at GPS)
Tennessee 30, Georgia 25
Tennessee 30, Georgia 15
Georgia 30, Tennessee 21
Tennessee 30, Georgia 15

2007 — Tennessee 3, Georgia 0 (at GPS)
Tennessee 30, Georgia 9
Tennessee 30, Georgia 22
Tennessee 30, Georgia 24

2008 — Tennessee 3, Georgia 0 (at Ridgeland)
Tennessee 30, Georgia 27
Tennessee 30, Georgia 25
Tennessee 30, Georgia 14

2009 — Tennessee 3, Georgia 1 (at GPS)
Tennessee 25, Georgia 18
Georgia 25, Tennessee 23
Tennessee 25, Georgia 13
Tennessee 25, Georgia 21

2010 — Tennessee 3, Georgia 2 (at GPS)
Georgia 25, Tennessee 21
Georgia 25, Tennessee 20
Tennessee 25, Georgia 22
Tennessee 25, Georgia 19
Tennessee 15, Georgia 11

2011 — Tennessee 3, Georgia 1 (at GPS)
Georgia 25, Tennessee 22
Tennessee 25, Georgia 17
Tennessee 25, Georgia 10
Tennessee 25, Georgia 17

2012 — No game

2013 — No game


Players of the Game
2004 – MVP: Alex Scruggs (Boyd-Buchanan), TN: Kirby Waddell (Baylor),
GA: Brittany Modrall (Ringgold)
2005 – MVP: Amanda Trent (Ooltewah), TN: Lamecka Darden (East Ridge),
GA: Kristy Walker (Ringgold)
2006 – MVP: Emily Boydston (GPS), TN: Emily Lawson (Red Bank),
GA: Kasi Runion (Ringgold)
2007 – MVP: Leigh Stavrum (Notre Dame), TN: Laura Brock (East Ridge),
GA: Brittney Lewis (McEachern)
2008 – MVP: Courtney Cotter (Ooltewah), TN: Lauren Traub (Soddy-Daisy),
GA: Heather Payne (Southeast)
2009 – MVP: Whitney Hammond (GPS), TN: Takeshia Parham (East Ridge),
GA: Emily Broadrick (Dalton)
2010 – MVP: Coutrney Lawson (Red Bank); TN: Andrea Johnson (Soddy-Daisy); 
GA: Christy Robinson (Northwest Whitfield)
2011 – MVP: Kristen Pickett (Cleveland); TN: Kelsey Lochstampfor (Chatt. Christian); 
GA: Kendall Williams (Ringgold)

Most Kills
18 – Andrea Johnson (Soddy-Daisy, 2010)

Most Aces
7 – Courtney Cotter (Ooltewah, 2008)

Most Blocks
6 – Christy Robinson (Northwest Whitfield, 2010)

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