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Rex’s Rankings: The playoffs continue

We’ve made it through the first week of the high school football playoffs in this year of the virus.

As expected, some good teams — teams such as Bentonville West and Benton — had to forfeit games.

In 2020, it will be as much about staying healthy as it is about playing well for those teams that make it to state title games.

No. 1 Bryant did just as expected, winning easily by a final score of 34-7 over Rogers Heritage.

No. 2 Bentonville had the week off. In fact, many of our ranked teams had last Friday night off.

Here are the updated rankings as we head into the second week of the playoffs:

OVERALL

  1. Bryant

  2. Bentonville

  3. Pulaski Academy

  4. Greenwood

  5. North Little Rock

  6. Wynne

  7. Little Rock Parkview

  8. Lake Hamilton

  9. Shiloh Christian

  10. Conway

CLASS 7A

  1. Bryant

  2. Bentonville

  3. North Little Rock

  4. Conway

  5. Cabot

CLASS 6A

  1. Greenwood

  2. Little Rock Parkview

  3. Lake Hamilton

  4. Sylvan Hills

  5. El Dorado

CLASS 5A

  1. Pulaski Academy

  2. Wynne

  3. Harrison

  4. Little Rock Christian

  5. Texarkana

CLASS 4A

  1. Shiloh Christian

  2. Stuttgart

  3. Nashville

  4. Arkadelphia

  5. Joe T. Robinson

CLASS 3A

  1. Harding Academy

  2. Prescott

  3. Hoxie

  4. McGehee

  5. Rison

CLASS 2A

  1. Fordyce

  2. Gurdon

  3. Des Arc

  4. Junction City

  5. Bigelow

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