Class 7A

1. Cabot (7-0)

2. North Little Rock (5-2)

3. Bentonville (5-2)

4. Fayetteville (7-0)

5. Springdale Har-Ber (5-2)

6. Conway (6-1)

7. Fort Smith Southside (5-2)

8. Rogers Heritage (3-4)

9. Springdale (5-2)

10. Rogers (4-3)

11. Little Rock Catholic (3-4)

12. Bryant (4-3)

13. Little Rock Central (4-3)

14. Fort Smith Northside (2-4-1)

15. West Memphis (2-5)

16. Van Buren (1-6)

7A/6A CENTRAL PREDICTIONS

(favored team in ALL CAPS

followed by point spread)

CONWAY (28) at LR Parkview: Conway scored 17 points in the final eight minutes before halftime and smoked FS Southside 37-7 last week. Conway is one of the bigger teams in the state, averaging 270 pounds on the offensive front.

FS Northside at LR CATHOLIC (16): LR Catholic creamed Class 6A Russellville 51-21 last Friday. Catholic’s DJ Brown has totaled 919 yards and nine TDs this season. Northside beat Class 6A LR Parkview 42-20 last Friday for its second win of the season. Four Fort Smith Northside players scored TDs, including receiver Shakari Jones, who caught two TDs a two-point conversion. The Grizzlies won at Russellville 27-20 three weeks ago. Northside likely needs to win this week or in the regular-season finale against rival FS Southside to make postseason play.

GREENWOOD (7) at FS Southside: Both teams have beaten LR Parkview, LR Catholic and LR Hall by an average of six TDs over the past month. Southside (5-2) coming off last week’s 37-7 loss at Conway. Greenwood faces its toughest test of the year. The Bulldogs average 468 yards and 44 points weekly, while holding six of seven opponents to 14 points or less.

Class 6A

1. Greenwood (7-0)

2. Pine Bluff (4-2-1)

3. El Dorado (3-4)

4. Lake Hamilton (5-2)

5. Jonesboro (4-3)

6. Benton (5-2)

7. Texarkana (2-4)

8. Russellville (4-3)

9. Siloam Springs (1-5-1)

10. Searcy (3-4)

11. LR Parkview (1-6)

12. Marion (2-5)

13. Mountain Home (0-7)

14. Sheridan (1-6)

15. LR Fair (1-6)

16. LR Hall (0-6)

Class 5A

1. Camden Fairview (7-0)

2. Pulaski Academy (7-0)

3. Batesville (5-2)

4. Alma (5-2)

5. Morrilton (5-2)

6. Shiloh Christian (4-2-1)

7. White Hall (6-1)

8. Wynne (5-2)

9. Watson Chapel (3-3)

10. Sylvan Hills (5-2)

11. Mills (6-1)

12. Hope (5-2)

13. Beebe (4-3)

14. West Helena (4-3)

15. Forrest City (5-2)

16. Nettleton (4-3)

17. Jacksonville (3-4)

18. LR Christian (3-4)

19. Vilonia (2-5)

20. Clarksville (3-4)

21. Greenbrier (3-4)

22. Hot Springs (3-4)

23. Magnolia (2-5)

24. Harrison (1-6)

25. HS Lakeside (1-6)

26. Paragould (2-5)

27. Greene County Tech (1-6)

28. Huntsville (2-5)

29. Blytheville (1-6)

30. De Queen (0-7)

31. LR McClellan (0-7)

32. North Pulaski (0-7)

5A WEST PREDICTIONS

CLARKSVILLE (1) at Harrison: Clarksville goes for its third conference victory of the season, its most as a member of Class 5A. Panther QB Brandon Lovell generated 187 total yards and two TDs in last week’s seven-point win over Greenbrier. Harrison junior QB Brock Humphrey passed for 242 yards and three TDs in last week’s 35-point loss at Shiloh Christian.

Greenbrier at SHILOH CHRISTIAN (28): Shiloh Christian safety Jonathan Lasko, last year’s second leading tackler, hasn’t played a full game this season with injuries, but he’s completely healthy for the first time this fall. Senior Ryne McDonald paces Shiloh Christian’s D with 77 tackles, while senior QB Daniel Shimer has passed for 1,265 yards and 13 TDs and rushed for 377 yards and five TDs.

MORRILTON (32) at Huntsville: Morrilton has won two straight by a combined 77-7 since losing by eight points to Alma. Devil Dog senior QB Toney Hawkins has more than 1,500 yards this fall. Huntsville scored twice in the fourth-quarter of last week’s 35-14 setback at Alma.

Vilonia at ALMA (17): The Airedales need two more wins to get at least a share of their first conference title since 2004. Senior running back Malachai White has rushed for 486 yard and eight TDs this fall, while senior running back Alex Burris has 19 catches for 267 yards. Burris also tops Alma’s tackle chart. Vilonia, plagued by injuries this season, was shut out last week for the first time since losing at eventual state champion Monticello in the first round of the 2009 playoffs.

Class 4A

1. Warren (4-3)

2. Arkadelphia (7-0)

3. Dollarway (7-0)

4. Booneville (7-0)

5. Prairie Grove (6-1)

6. Pottsville (7-0)

7. Valley View (7-0)

8. Hamburg (6-1)

9. Malvern (6-1)

10. Maumelle (6-1)

11. Ashdown (6-1)

12. Nashville (4-3)

13. Star City (4-3)

14. Lonoke (5-2)

15. Gosnell (6-1)

16. Dardanelle (5-2)

17. Newport (5-2)

18. Highland (5-2)

19. Lincoln (6-1)

20. Stuttgart (4-3)

21. CAC (4-3)

22. Clinton (3-4)

23. Farmington (5-1-1)

24. Jonesboro Westside (6-1)

25. Pulaski Robinson (4-3)

26. Gentry (4-3)

27. DeWitt (4-3)

28. Mena (3-4)

29. Gravette (2-5)

30. Monticello (2-5)

31. Crossett (2-5)

32. Subiaco Academy (3-4)

33. Pocahontas (4-3)

34. Heber Springs (1-6)

35. Ozark (2-5)

36. Dumas (1-6)

37. Bauxite (1-6)

38. Southside Batesville (2-5)

39. Cave City (1-6)

40. Arkansas Baptist (1-6)

41. Pea Ridge (0-7)

42. Berryville (2-5)

43. Brookland (3-4)

44. Dover (0-7)

45. Lake Village (1-6)

46. Trumann (1-6)

47. Marianna (0-6)

48. Waldron (0-7)

Class 3A

1. Harding Academy (7-0)

2. Charleston (7-0)

3. Barton (7-0)

4. Glen Rose (6-1)

5. Hoxie (7-0)

6. Lamar (6-1)

7. Smackover (7-0)

8. Fountain Lake (4-3)

9. Mayflower (5-2)

10. Prescott (4-3)

11. Fordyce (5-2)

12. Paris (5-1-1)

13. Episcopal (6-1)

14. McGehee (4-3)

15. C. Harmony Grove (3-4)

16. Fouke (4-3)

17. Lavaca (4-3)

18. Rivercrest (4-3)

19. Green Forest (5-2)

20. Earle (2-5)

21. Cedarville (2-5)

22. Atkins (5-2)

23. Mansfield (3-4)

24. Corning (3-4)

25. Riverview (3-4)

26. Elkins (4-3)

27. Melbourne (5-2)

28. Centerpoint (4-2-1)

29. Greenland (4-3)

30. B. Harmony Grove (4-3)

31. West Fork (3-4)

32. Danville (2-5)

33. Two Rivers (4-3)

34. Osceola (3-4)

35. Bismarck (2-5)

36. Perryville (3-4)

37. Horatio (2-5)

38. Rose Bud (2-6)

39. Bald Knob (1-6)

40. Mountain View (1-6)

41. Piggott (1-5-1)

42. Yellville-Summit (0-6-1)

43. Harrisburg (1-6)

44. Jessieville (1-6)

45. Manila (0-7)

46. Genoa Central (1-6)

47. Drew Central (0-7)

48. Marshall (0-7)

Bald Knob at ROSE BUD (6): Both teams looking for their first league win and likely will not make the playoffs. Bald Knob has surrendered 48 ppg the past three weeks. Rose Bud has lost to Episcopal and Perryville by an average of 14 points the past two weeks.

HARDING ACADEMY (23) at Mayflower: Harding Academy has won 35 straight conference games since a 16-7 loss to Mayflower in 2008. Sophomore QB Alex Francis has completed 58 of 76 passes (76 percent) for 720 yards and seven TDs the past three weeks. Mayflower has given up 108 points in its two losses to Dardanelle (52-41) and Barton (56-19). Barton intercepted five Mayflower passes last week.

BARTON (17) at Episcopal: Barton intercepted five Mayflower passes in last week’s 56-19 win. Sophomore slotback Cameron Anderson rushed for 288 yards and three TDs. The Bears have won their four league games by an average of 35 points. Episcopal has beaten Perryville, Rose Bud and Bald Knob since a 21-6 loss at Harding Academy. Senior QB William Pollock has completed 146 of 226 passes (65 percent) for 1,864 yards and 23 TDs this year. Sophomore receiver Allie Freeman paces the Wildcats with 49 catches for 758 yards and nine TDs. Senior receiver Nick Becton has 34 catches for 449 yards and nine TDs.

Perryville at RIVERVIEW (14): Perryville junior RBs Kyler Gossett and Corey Ireland accounted for all five scores in last week’s 34-21 win over Rose Bud. Riverview has lost to Barton, Mayflower and Harding Academy by an average of 37 points since a 20-6 win at Bald Knob.

Class 2A

1. Junction City (7-0)

2. Bearden (5-1)

3. Carlisle (7-0)

4. Dierks (7-0)

5. Rison (5-2)

6. Gurdon (6-1)

7. E. Poinsett County (7-0)

8. Hazen (5-2)

9. Strong (5-2)

10. Magnet Cove (5-1-1)

11. Des Arc (5-2)

12. Hector (7-1)

13. Spring Hill (4-3)

14. Mount Ida (4-2)

15. McCrory (3-4)

16. England (5-2)

17. Cross County (4-3)

18. Marked Tree (5-2)

19. Palestine-Wheatley (3-3)

20. Salem (4-3)

21. Augusta (4-3)

22. Walnut Ridge (3-4)

23. Cutter M. Star (5-2)

24. Murfreesboro (4-3)

25. Parkers Chapel (2-5)

26. Mineral Springs (1-5)

27. Conway Christian (4-3)

28. Magazine (5-2)

29. Lafayette County (2-5)

30. Foreman (1-5)

31. Bigelow (3-4)

32. Brinkley (1-6)

33. Woodlawn (2-4)

34. Mountainburg (5-2)

35. Hackett (3-4)

36. Hampton (1-6)

37. Quitman (1-6)

38. Poyen (0-7)

39. Union Christian (2-4)

40. Cedar Ridge (1-6)

41. J.C. Westside (3-4)

42. Hermitage (2-5)

43. Western Yell County (1-6)

44. Decatur (2-5)

45. Clarendon (0-7)

46. Mountain Pine (0-7)

47. Hartford (1-6)

48. Marvell (0-7)

5-2A PREDICTIONS

Cutter M. Star at CONWAY CHRISTIAN (2): Mount Ida manhandled Cutter M. Star 43-8 last week. Two weeks ago, Mount Ida pulled off a fake punt to slip past Conway Christian 31-27. Conway Christian senior Chandler Ferrand averages 69 yards rushing, 151 yards passing and 92 yards receiving (70 percent of the offense) per game. Senior RB Ancil Lea has rushed for 310 yards, mostly in three games. Senior Caleb Dather leads Conway Christian with 100 tackles.

MAGNET COVE (12) at Bigelow: Bigelow has posted consecutive wins over Mountain Pine and Poyen. Magnet Cove senior QB Jared Stanley is fresh off best game of season, completing seven of nine passes for 181 yards and four TDs in 49-7 win over Mountain Pine. Magnet’s offensive line has missed few assignments the past two weeks with the return of Forest Irons to right tackle, allowing Jerry Ross to shift back to right guard.

MOUNT IDA (35) at Mountain Pine: Mount Ida got physical with Cutter Morning Star last week and ran away with a 43-8 win. Mountain Pine has lost 16 in a row.

POYEN (8) at Quitman: Poyen ends an eight-game losing skid. The Indians last won in the first round of the 2012 playoffs, 18-13 at Hackett.