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story.lead_photo.caption Greenwood’s Caden Brown (1) is forced out of bounds by Fort Smith Northside’s Stenson Van Matre on Friday during the first quarter of the Bulldogs’ 38-10 victory over the Grizzlies in Greenwood.

North Little Rock, with its quarterback suspended, laid an egg last Friday night in a 23-0 loss to Memphis Whitehaven.

We’re not used to seeing North Little Rock lose a game in the regular season. The loss snapped a 37-game regular-season winning streak for the Charging Wildcats.

We’re going to drop the team from No. 1 to No. 7 overall and let it work its way back up.

In the game of the week, Bentonville downed Conway by a final score of 17-10. We had Conway at No. 4 and Bentonville at No. 5 last week. This week, it’s Bentonville at No. 3 and Conway still at No. 4.

Greenwood is clearly the class of Class 6A again. The Bulldogs opened their season with a 38-10 win over Fort Smith Northside.

Here are the rankings after two weeks of the season:


  1. Bryant
  2. Greenwood
  3. Bentonville
  4. Conway
  5. Pulaski Academy
  6. Cabot
  7. North Little Rock
  8. Arkadelphia
  9. Little Rock Christian
  10. Harrison


  1. Bryant
  2. Bentonville
  3. Conway
  4. Cabot
  5. North Little Rock


  1. Greenwood
  2. Searcy
  3. Jonesboro
  4. Lake Hamilton
  5. West Memphis


  1. Pulaski Academy
  2. Little Rock Christian
  3. Harrison
  4. Little Rock McClellan
  5. Morrilton


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


  1. Camden Harmony Grove
  2. McGehee
  3. Prescott
  4. Osceola
  5. Rison


  1. Hazen
  2. Fordyce
  3. Junction City
  4. Des Arc
  5. Gurdon

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