Rex’s Rankings: After three weeks

Lightning and heavy rain caused problems at a number of high school games in the western part of the state on Friday (Pine Bluff at Fort Smith Northside was called off), but there were few changes in the rankings.

Top-ranked Fayetteville made Arkansas high school football look good with a 35-25 victory over Bishop Dunne of Dallas.

Greenwood continued to look strong in a 35-12 victory over Alma.

Cabot and North Little Rock rolled to easy victories over Little Rock schools.

Jonesboro has lost its starting quarterback to┬áinjury but didn’t seem to miss a beat in a 69-34 victory over Little Rock Catholic at War Memorial Stadium.

Springdale Har-Ber lost, but it was to Jenks, Okla., one of the top high school football programs in the country.

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


  1. Fayetteville
  2. Greenwood
  3. Cabot
  4. North Little Rock
  5. Jonesboro
  6. Springdale Har-Ber
  7. Pulaski Academy
  8. Bentonville
  9. Pine Bluff
  10. Benton

Class 7A

  1. Fayetteville
  2. Cabot
  3. North Little Rock
  4. Springdale Har-Ber
  5. Bentonville

Class 6A

  1. Greenwood
  2. Jonesboro
  3. Pine Bluff
  4. Benton
  5. Russellville

Class 5A

  1. Pulaski Academy
  2. Wynne
  3. Sylvan Hills
  4. Little Rock McClellan
  5. Nettleton

Class 4A

  1. Warren
  2. Nashville
  3. Shiloh Christian
  4. Robinson
  5. Arkadelphia

Class 3A

  1. Glen Rose
  2. Prescott
  3. Charleston
  4. Bald Knob
  5. Benton Harmony Grove

Class 2A

  1. England
  2. Danville
  3. Mount Ida
  4. Hector
  5. Rison

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