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Rex’s Rankings: Two weeks down

Week 1 of high school football was a good one when it came to how the Arkansas teams fared against out-of-state competition.

Week 2 was not so kind as three of our top five teams went down.

No. 1 Bentonville lost 24-17 to Broken Arrow, an Oklahoma powerhouse.

No. 3 North Little Rock lost 24-23 to South Panola out of Mississippi. South Panola is traditionally one of the best high school teams in the South.

No. 5 Springdale Har-Ber lost 55-29 to a talented team from the middle of Missouri known as Columbia Rock Bridge.

Our best teams in Arkansas still have a ways to go to match up with the best teams from surrounding states, don’t they?

Fayetteville did manage to defeat Jefferson City, Mo., by a score of 34-24. Fayetteville is now our No. 1 team.

The headlines of the week were the “University of Greenwood’s” 40th consecutive victory, 47-7 over Alma, along with Pulaski Academy’s 42-30 win over Warren on Thursday night in a game televised in parts of four states.

Here are the rankings after two weeks of the high school football season:

Overall

1. Fayetteville

2. Greenwood

3. North Little Rock

4. Pulaski Academy

5. Camden Fairview

6. Fort Smith Southside

7. Bentonville

8. Conway

9. Springdale Har-Ber

10. Pine Bluff

Class 7A

1. Fayetteville

2. North Little Rock

3. Fort Smith Southside

4. Bentonville

5. Conway

Class 6A

1. Greenwood

2. Pine Bluff

3. Russellville

4. Jonesboro

5. Lake Hamilton

Class 5A

1. Pulaski Academy

2. Camden Fairview

3. White Hall

4. Shiloh Christian

5. Watson Chapel

Class 4A

1. Arkadelphia

2. Booneville

3. Pine Bluff Dollarway

4. Valley View

5. Ashdown

Class 3A

1. Charleston

2. Harding Academy

3. Barton

4. Glen Rose

5. Fordyce

Class 2A

1. Junction City

2. Gurdon

3. Carlisle

4. Bearden

5. East Poinsett County

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