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Rex’s Rankings: The playoffs begin

The regular season has concluded.

It’s time for the high school football playoffs, where all the talking will be done on the field as teams try to make it to War Memorial Stadium in Little Rock for a state championship game.

No need for further analysis. As the old saying goes: “Talk’s cheap; let’s play.”

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


  1. Fayetteville

  2. Greenwood

  3. North Little Rock

  4. Pulaski Academy

  5. Bentonville

  6. Wynne

  7. Springdale Har-Ber

  8. Fort Smith Northside

  9. Pine Bluff

  10. Warren

Class 7A

  1. Fayetteville

  2. North Little Rock

  3. Bentonville

  4. Springdale Har-Ber

  5. Fort Smith Northside

Class 6A

  1. Greenwood

  2. Pine Bluff

  3. Jonesboro

  4. Russellville

  5. Benton

Class 5A

  1. Pulaski Academy

  2. Wynne

  3. Sylvan Hills

  4. White Hall

  5. Little Rock McClellan

Class 4A

  1. Warren

  2. Nashville

  3. Robinson

  4. Prairie Grove

  5. Pea Ridge

Class 3A

  1. Prescott

  2. Charleston

  3. Glen Rose

  4. Bald Knob

  5. Fordyce

Class 2A

  1. England

  2. Danville

  3. Des Arc

  4. Hampton

  5. Mount Ida

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