Rex’s Rankings: After three weeks

The most pleasant surprise of the high school football season thus far has been Fort Smith Northside, which is off to its first 3-0 start since 2006.

It’s not often that you see a Greenwood team whipped.

But Northside did just that on Friday night with a 42-17 victory over the Bulldogs at Mayo-Thompson Stadium. Northside, which had last defeated Greenwood in 2001, ended the Bulldogs’ streak of 38 consecutive regular-season victories.

We move Northside up to No. 3 overall, just in time for this week’s game at No. 1 Fayetteville.

The Purple Dogs will be favored, but this will be a test to see just how far Mike Falleur’s Grizzlies have come.

I do¬†know this: It’s good to see a traditional powerhouse like Northside relevant once again.

Let’s get to the rankings after three weeks of the high school football season:


1. Fayetteville

2. Conway

3. Fort Smith Northside

4. Wynne

5. Cabot

6. North Little Rock

7. Pulaski Academy

8. Greenwood

9. Jonesboro

10. Alma

Class 7A

1. Fayetteville

2. Conway

3. Fort Smith Northside

4. Cabot

5. North Little Rock

Class 6A

1. Greenwood

2. Jonesboro

3. Alma

4. Texarkana

5. Benton

Class 5A

1. Wynne

2. Pulaski Academy

3. Camden Fairview

4. Sylvan Hills

5. Batesville

Class 4A

1. Nashville

2. Star City

3. Malvern

4. Arkadelphia

5. Dollarway

Class 3A

1. Charleston

2. Lamar

3. Prescott

4. Smackover

5. Booneville

Class 2A

1. Junction City

2. Bearden

3. East Poinsett County

4. Hazen

5. England

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