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Rex’s Rankings: After five weeks

Weather was a huge factor last Friday night, forcing some games to be called early and others to be moved to Saturday.

No. 1 North Little Rock defeated Little Rock Central by a final score of 38-8 in a game that was called after three quarters.

Bryant moves up following a 16-7 victory over Fort Smith Northside.

Conway moves up following a 45-19 victory over Fort Smith Southside.

Northside drops from No. 2 to No. 9 after its loss.

Fayetteville drops from No. 3 to No. 10 after a 31-28 loss to a Bentonville West team that had come in with an 0-3 record.

Here are the updated rankings after five weeks of the season:

OVERALL

  1. North Little Rock

  2. Bryant

  3. Conway

  4. Greenwood

  5. West Memphis

  6. Benton

  7. Warren

  8. Little Rock Christian

  9. Fort Smith Northside

  10. Fayetteville

CLASS 7A

  1. North Little Rock

  2. Bryant

  3. Conway

  4. Fort Smith Northside

  5. Fayetteville

CLASS 6A

  1. Greenwood

  2. West Memphis

  3. Benton

  4. El Dorado

  5. Searcy

CLASS 5A

  1. Little Rock Christian

  2. Pulaski Academy

  3. Little Rock McClellan

  4. Nettleton

  5. Harrison

CLASS 4A

  1. Warren

  2. Nashville

  3. Joe T. Robinson

  4. Rivercrest

  5. Bauxite

CLASS 3A

  1. Booneville

  2. Prescott

  3. Clinton

  4. Smackover

  5. Mayflower

CLASS 2A

  1. Mount Ida

  2. Hazen

  3. Foreman

  4. McCrory

  5. Junction City

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