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Rex’s Rankings: After three weeks

Updated: Jan 10

Bryant had an open date last week, so there’s no change at the top in our overall rankings. The Hornets remain king.

No. 2 Greenwood falls to No. 9 following its 29-20 loss to Fort Smith Northside.

The top four spots are now occupied by teams from the 7A-Central.

New No. 2 Cabot defeated El Dorado, 41-35.

No. 3 North Little Rock defeated Fayetteville, 14-7.

No. 4 Conway defeated Jonesboro, 42-25.

Here are the updated rankings:


  1. Bryant

  2. Cabot

  3. North Little Rock

  4. Conway

  5. Lake Hamilton

  6. Little Rock Christian

  7. Bentonville

  8. Little Rock Parkview

  9. Greenwood

  10. Shiloh Christian


  1. Bryant

  2. Cabot

  3. North Little Rock

  4. Conway

  5. Bentonville


  1. Lake Hamilton

  2. Little Rock Parkview

  3. Greenwood

  4. Benton

  5. El Dorado


  1. Little Rock Christian

  2. Pulaski Academy

  3. Harrison

  4. Camden Fairview

  5. Greenbrier


  1. Shiloh Christian

  2. Crossett

  3. Joe T. Robinson

  4. Warren

  5. Malvern


  1. Prescott

  2. McGehee

  3. Booneville

  4. Osceola

  5. Harding Academy


  1. McCrory

  2. Fordyce

  3. Bigelow

  4. Des Arc

  5. Clarendon

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