Thursday, December 15, 2011

2011 Arkansas High School Final Overall Ranking

  1. Pulaski Academy (14-0, 4A Champion)
    A team that scores on over 80% of their possessions would be difficult to stop, even for 7A Fayetteville and Bentonville.
  2. Fayetteville (12-2, 7A Champion)
    The Bulldogs quarterback Austin Allen showed why he will be the top signal caller in the state next year as he led Fayetteville past Bentonville, 29-28, in overtime.
  3. Bentonville (12-1, 7A Runner-Up)
    The Tigers appeared unbeatable for the first nine weeks, but Har-Ber playing them to within 14 and North Little Rock within 24, may have put enough doubt in the minds of both Fayetteville and the Tigers that they could be taken down.
  4. Greenwood (14-0, 5A Champion)
    Rick Jones finished his 8th season at Greenwood with his 5th state championship and possibly his most complete team.
  5. El Dorado (13-1, 6A Champion)
    The Wildcats had a signature win over Har-Ber and their only blemish was a loss to Lake Hamilton, whom they defeated in the state championship.
  6. Lake Hamilton (12-2, 6A Runner-Up)
    Lake Hamilton's only losses were to Pulaski Academy and a 4-point loss to El Dorado in the state championship.
  7. North Little Rock (9-3)
    The Charging Wildcats had just two losses to Bentonville and 3-point loss to Conway after losing the top running back in the state in a preseason intrasquad game.
  8. Ft. Smith Southside (8-4)
    Southside had two 3-point losses to Fayetteville, a week 3 loss to West Memphis, and a loss to Bentonville.
  9. Camden Fairview (11-2)
    The Cardinals had an opening week loss to El Dorado and led Greenwood by three touchdowns before the Bulldogs came back to win in the 5A Semifinals.
  10. Springdale Har-Ber (8-4)
    Har-Ber defeated Fayetteville handily, 45-24, and their 4 losses were all to teams in the top 10, Bentonville, El Dorado, North Little Rock, and Southside.

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