Cedar Grove Middle School was named the winner of the DeKalb County Middle School All-Sports Award for the second time in three seasons as the Saints athletics program picked up the 2014-15 All-Sports Trophy.

Topping the standings with a 92 point total earned that trophy for the Saints program against second place Champion (87) while Tucker was third (84), Stephenson fourth (78) and Miller Grove fifth (65). The Saints also came up just short of winning the award in 2014 as the program has become one of the most consistent overall in the county.

The Saints started the athletic season off by winning their region on the way to an undefeated season to capture the middle school football title. Region wins in girls’ and boys’ basketball combined with good tournament showings aided a strong push for the trophy. A third place finish in boys’ track also aided the cause.

Champion finished second for the second time in the history of the award, the last time coming 2011. The Chargers’ program won region basketball titles in boys’ and girls’ action and took county runner-up status in boys’ track and third in girls’ track.

Tucker finished third for the second consecutive season behind a county championship sweep in boys’ and girls’ track along with a football region title and county runner-up finish.

Stephenson, which has two All-Sports Awards from 2010 and 2012, was fourth for the second consecutive season after sweeping the boys’ and girls’ county basketball titles and taking region titles in football and girls’ basketball.

Runner-up finishes in boys’ basketball and girls’ track helped Miller Grove improve from eighth to fifth in the yearly standings from 2014.