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Rex’s Rankings: The playoffs

The regular season has ended in high school football.

It’s playoff time.

In the biggest of the Thursday night games, defending Class 6A state champion Pine Bluff avenged last year’s regular-season loss to Benton to remain undefeated.

In the biggest of the Friday night games, Bentonville continued its regular-season mastery of Fayetteville with a 37-26 victory.

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


  1. Pine Bluff

  2. Springdale Har-Ber

  3. Pulaski Academy

  4. Greenwood

  5. Cabot

  6. Bentonville

  7. Fayetteville

  8. Little Rock Christian

  9. Bryant

  10. Benton

Class 7A

  1. Springdale Har-Ber

  2. Cabot

  3. Bentonville

  4. Fayetteville

  5. Bryant

Class 6A

  1. Pine Bluff

  2. Greenwood

  3. Benton

  4. Jonesboro

  5. Searcy

Class 5A

  1. Pulaski Academy

  2. Little Rock Christian

  3. Blytheville

  4. Hope

  5. Hot Springs Lakeside

Class 4A

  1. Dardanelle

  2. Nashville

  3. Warren

  4. Central Arkansas Christian

  5. Pocahontas

Class 3A

  1. Smackover

  2. Prescott

  3. Harding Academy

  4. Glen Rose

  5. Greenland

Class 2A

  1. Rison

  2. Junction City

  3. McCrory

  4. Des Arc

  5. England

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