Riverwood and North Springs will take part in the Area 7AAAAA duals at Pope.
The Sandy Springs rivals will have to contend with host Pope – last year’s Class AAAA state duals champion — along with Cambridge, Creekside, Forsyth Central, Kell, Northview, Osborne, Sequoyah and Sprayberry.
North Atlanta is hosting the 6AAAAA duals, with the Warriors joined by Arabia Mountain, Clarkston, Dunwoody, Lakeside of DeKalb, M.L. King, Miller Grove, Southwest DeKalb, Stephenson and Tucker.
Lovett is also playing host to an area duals tournament as it joins archrival Westminster at the 3AA duals.
The Lions, last year’s Class AA duals runner-up, leads a field of teams that includes Armuchee, Calhoun, Chattooga, Coosa, Dade County, Model, Pepperell, Murray County and Wesleyan.
Defending Class A duals champion Holy Innocents’ will host the 4A duals, where it will be joined by crosstown rival Mount Vernon Presbyterian.
Fellowship Christian, Mount Pisgah Christian and St. Francis are among the other teams in the 4A field, along with Athens Christian, Commerce, George Walton, Hebron Christian, Prince Avenue Christian, Towns County and Yeshiva.
Pace is competing at the 3A duals at Darlington, where it will be joined by Whitefield, Gordon Lee, Mount Paran Christian, Mount Zion of Carroll County, Miller County, North Cobb Christian, Trion and Walker.
Marist is hosting the 6AAAA duals with Chamblee, Columbia, Lithonia, Redan, Stone Mountain and Banneker also competing.
Woodward will host the 3AAA duals, which includes St. Pius X and Blessed Trinity as well as Cedar Grove, Cross Keys, Dawson County, Decatur, Fannin County, Henry County, Jackson, McNair, Pike County and Towers.