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Rex’s Rankings: It’s playoff time

Updated: Jan 10

The regular season has ended, meaning that it’s time for the playoffs in high school football.

The biggest game of the regular season came on the final Friday night as No. 1 Bryant took on then-No. 2 Conway. The game lived up to its billing as Bryant drove down the field late in the fourth quarter and scored with just seconds left on the clock to win 32-29.

These two teams could see each other again in the playoffs.

Here are the updated rankings at the end of the regular season:


  1. Bryant

  2. Fayetteville

  3. Conway

  4. Pulaski Academy

  5. Bentonville

  6. Benton

  7. Camden Fairview

  8. Shiloh Christian

  9. Greenbrier

  10. North Little Rock


  1. Bryant

  2. Fayetteville

  3. Conway

  4. Bentonville

  5. North Little Rock


  1. Benton

  2. Little Rock Parkview

  3. El Dorado

  4. Greenwood

  5. Lake Hamilton


  1. Pulaski Academy

  2. Camden Fairview

  3. Greenbrier

  4. White Hall

  5. Vilonia


  1. Shiloh Christian

  2. Joe T. Robinson

  3. Warren

  4. Stuttgart

  5. Arkadelphia


  1. Prescott

  2. McGehee

  3. Booneville

  4. Charleston

  5. Harding Academy


  1. Bigelow

  2. McCrory

  3. Clarendon

  4. Hazen

  5. Des Arc

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