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Rex’s Rankings: After seven weeks

For the first time this season, not a single team in the Top 10 lost.

Most of those victories were routs.

In fact, only one game was closer than 19 points. That was Conway’s 34-28 victory over Cabot in overtime. For a fourth consecutive week, Cabot head coach Mike Malham Jr. was denied victory No. 300 in his storied coaching career.

Here are the updated rankings as we head into the final four weeks of the regular season:

OVERALL

  1. North Little Rock

  2. Bryant

  3. Greenwood

  4. West Memphis

  5. Benton

  6. Warren

  7. Fort Smith Northside

  8. Fayetteville

  9. Conway

  10. Pulaski Academy

CLASS 7A

  1. North Little Rock

  2. Bryant

  3. Fort Smith Northside

  4. Fayetteville

  5. Conway

CLASS 6A

  1. Greenwood

  2. West Memphis

  3. Benton

  4. Searcy

  5. Jonesboro

CLASS 5A

  1. Pulaski Academy

  2. Little Rock McClellan

  3. Little Rock Christian

  4. Harrison

  5. Texarkana

CLASS 4A

  1. Warren

  2. Joe T. Robinson

  3. Rivercrest

  4. Bauxite

  5. Nashville

CLASS 3A

  1. Booneville

  2. Smackover

  3. Clinton

  4. Rison

  5. Prescott

CLASS 2A

  1. Mount Ida

  2. Hazen

  3. Foreman

  4. Junction City

  5. Earle

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