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High School Standings

BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Following is the final overall Top 10 boys high school basketball teams in Arkansas and the top five in Classes 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A as voted by a panel of sports media from around the state for the week ending January 5. Ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points and last week's rankings:
OVERALLRecordPtsPrv
1.North Little Rock (10)23-31451
2.Jonesboro (5)22-31372
3.Magnolia23-01173
4.Little Rock Parkview21-31034
5.Farmington28-1896
6.Fayetteville19-5575
7.Maumelle22-3567
Springdale18-65610
9.Bryant17-7228
10.Bentonville West17-611
Others receiving votes: Pine Bluff 9, Blytheville 9, Marion 6, Russellville 3, Osceola 2, Bentonville 1, Fountain Lake 1,Siloam Springs 1.
CLASS 6A
1.North Little Rock (15)23-3751
2.Fayetteville19-5522
3.Springdale18-6504
4.Bryant17-7253
5.Bentonville West17-618
Others receiving votes: Bentonville 5.
CLASS 5A
1.Jonesboro (13)22-3731
2.Little Rock Parkview (2)21-3612
3.Maumelle22-3453
4.Pine Bluff18-6275
5.Marion20-674
Others receiving votes: Russellville 6, Lake Hamilton 5, Vilonia 1.
CLASS 4A
1.Magnolia (14)23-0741
2.Farmington (1)28-1612
3.Blytheville24-4373
4.Fountain Lake27-2334
5.Arkadelphia23-3135
Others receiving votes: Little Rock Mills 3, Berryville 1, Forrest City 1, Morrilton 1, Watson Chapel 1.
CLASS 3A
1.Osceola (10)22-4663
2.Elkins (3)24-4542
3.Dumas (1)22-3471
4.Mayflower (1)22-616
5.Bergman30-7135
Others receiving votes: Riverview 12, Walnut Ridge 8, Manila 6, Episcopal Collegiate 2, Cave City 1.
CLASS 2A
1.Lavaca (15)29-1751
2.Buffalo Island28-5512
3.Eureka Springs31-3433
4.Dierks25-2264
5.Junction City23-423
Others receiving votes: Sloan-Hendrix 4, Acorn 1, Melbourne 1, Rector 1.
CLASS 1A
1.Marked Tree (9)25-1651
2.West Side Greers Ferry (5)30-5602
3.Wonderview (1)32-2523
4.County Line33-4305
5.New School32-4134
Others receiving votes: Brinkley 3, Bradley 1, Calico Rock 1.

GIRLS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL RANKINGS
Following is the final overall Top 10 girls high school basketball teams in Arkansas and the top five in Classes 6A, 5A, 4A, 3A, 2A and 1A as voted by a panel of sports media from around the state for the week ending January 5. Ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points and last week's rankings:
OVERALLRecordPtsPrv
1.Conway (14)25-11491
2.North Little Rock22-31302
3.Farmington28-11173
4.Melbourne (1)28-01104
5.Springdale Har-Ber19-4806
6.Fort Smith Northside20-4615
Bergman35-0617
8.Greenwood21-4558
9.Lake Hamilton23-2289
10.Jonesboro17-62210
Others receiving votes: Nashville 5, Southside Batesville 3, West Memphis 2, Little Rock Central 1, Little Rock Christian 1.
CLASS 6A
1.Conway (15)25-1751
2.North Little Rock22-3602
3.Springdale Har-Ber19-4434
4.Fort Smith Northside20-4323
5.Little Rock Central17-865
Bentonville17-76
Others receiving votes: Rogers Heritage 2, Bryant 1.
CLASS 5A
1.Greenwood (12)21-4721
2.Lake Hamilton (3)23-2572
3.Jonesboro17-6503
4.Jacksonville19-534
5.West Memphis16-710
Others receiving votes: Vilonia 8, Little Rock Christian 6.
CLASS 4A
1.Farmington (15)28-1751
32Nashville27-2603
3.Southside Batesville25-2342
4.Magnolia20-4265
5.Morrilton19-524
Others receiving votes: Wynne 4, Pulaski Academy 2.
CLASS 3A
1.Bergman (15)35-0751
2.Booneville27-0602
3.Lamar25-2423
4.Centerpoint25-2244
5.Clinton25-4195
Others receiving votes: Manila 4, Valley Springs 1.
CLASS 2A
1.Melbourne (18)28-0751
3.Marmaduke34-3593
4.Quitman25-3434
2.Bigelow18-3182
5.Fordyce26-513
Others receiving votes: Tuckerman 8, Mansfield 4, Mountainburg 3, Rector 2.
CLASS 1A
1.Norfork (14)30-7731
2.Mount Vernon-Enola27-3572
3.Kirby (1)26-6383
Mammoth Spring26-7384
5.Kingston24-8135
Others receiving votes: Dermott 4, West Side Greers Ferry 2.
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