Class 4A, FINAL 2017

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1. Arkadelphia (14-1)

2. Warren (13-2)

3. Joe T. Robinson (12-1)

4. Pea Ridge (12-2)

5. Booneville (10-2)

6. Prairie Grove (11-2)

7. Gosnell (9-4)

8. Ashdown (9-4)

9. Nashville (8-4)

10. Southside Batesville (10-2)

11. Ozark (9-3)

12. Stuttgart (8-4)

13. Dardanelle (8-4)

14. Heber Springs (8-4)

15. Hamburg (6-6)

16. Pocahontas (6-6)

17. Trumann (9-2)

18. Gravette (6-5)

19. Shiloh Christian (7-4)

20. Pottsville (6-5)

21. Riverview (7-4)

22. Jonesboro Westside (7-4)

23. Dumas (7-4)

24. Helena (6-5)

25. Bauxite (5-6)

26. Monticello (5-6)

27. Malvern (3-8)

28. Waldron (5-6)

29. Highland (3-8)

30. Gentry (5-6)

31. Crossett (3-8)

32. Star City (4-6)

33. Fountain Lake (4-6)

34. Dover (5-5)

35. Brookland (5-5)

36. Mena (3-7)

37. Lonoke (3-7)

38. Lincoln (3-7)

39. Harrisburg (3-7)

40. DeWitt (2-8)

41. CAC (1-9)

42. Huntsville (1-9)

43. Dollarway (0-9)

44. Berryville (1-9)

45. Subiaco Academy (2-8)

46. West Fork (0-10)

47. Cave City (0-10)

48. Baptist Prep (0-10)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP GAME RECAP

Arkadelphia won its first state title in 30 years, getting past Warren 28-27. Senior cornerback Dillon Scott intercepted Warren’s pass in the end zone in the final seconds to preserve the win, but Scott’s biggest contribution was likely an open-field tackle on Warren’s Treylon Burks at the 8-yard line on the previous play. Warren attempted their final play from the 23-yard line when an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty was accessed to the bench after a fan ran onto the field.

Class 3A, Final, 2017

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1. Rivercrest (13-2)

2. Junction City (13-1)

3. Osceola (11-3)

4. McGehee (11-3)

5. Charleston (12-1)

6. Clinton (12-1)

7. Mayflower (11-1)

8. Atkins (10-3)

9. Barton (10-2)

10. Elkins (9-3)

11. Melbourne (9-3)

12. Glen Rose (9-2)

13. Prescott (10-2)

14. H. Grove Haskell (8-4)

15. Newport (8-4)

16. Harding Academy (7-5)

17. Smackover (7-5)

18. Hoxie (6-5)

19. Fordyce (5-6)

20. Fouke (6-5)

21. Piggott (7-4)

22. Horatio (5-6)

23. Bald Knob (5-6)

24. Perryville (7-4)

25. Centerpoint (6-5)

26. Greenland (5-5)

27. Lamar (5-6)

28. Cedar Ridge (5-6)

30. Paris (4-7)

31. Yellville-Summit (4-7)

32. Gurdon (4-6)

33. Walnut Ridge (3-7)

34. Rose Bud (4-6)

35. Mountain View (3-8)

36. Cedarville (3-7)

37. Mansfield (2-8)

38. Manila (2-8)

39. Lake Village (1-8)

40. Episcopal (1-9)

41. Genoa Central (3-7)

42. Drew Central (2-8)

43. Bismarck (2-8)

44. Green Forest (2-8)

45. Marshall (0-10)

46. Marianna (1-9)

47. Corning (0-10)

48. Two Rivers (0-10)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RECAP

Rivercrest scored 27 points off of five Junction City turnovers in a 48-14 rout. The Colts allowed 107 yards rushing to a Dragon outfit that was averaging 349 yards on the ground. Junior quarterback Demilon Brown earned title game MVP honors after completing four of five passes for 43 yards and three touchdowns, while adding four tackles and a fumble recovery. It was the third state title in Rivercrest history (1985, 2010 and 2017) and the second under veteran coach Kelly Chandler. Rivercrest is the first Class 3A school since the advent of six classifications (in 2006) to win a state title with two losses.

Class 2A, Week 15, 2017

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1. Mount Ida (14-0)

2. Conway Christian (11-2)

3. C. Harmony Grove (9-4)

4. Foreman (12-1)

5. Earle (0-11)

6. Danville (9-2)

7. Hazen (9-3)

8. Rison (10-2)

9. Bearden (7-5)

10. Mountainburg (9-2)

11. McCrory (7-2)

12. Mineral Springs (5-7)

13. Hampton (7-4)

14. Parkers Chapel (6-5)

15. Magnet Cove (7-5)

16. Hector (8-3)

17. Marked Tree (8-3)

18. E. Poinsett County (8-4)

19. Salem (6-7)

20. Palestine-Wheatley (8-3)

21. Mountain Pine (7-4)

22. Strong (5-5)

23. Hackett (6-4)

24. Cross County (4-7)

25. Clarendon (4-6)

26. England (5-6)

27. Poyen (3-8)

28. Des Arc (4-6)

29. Lavaca (4-7)

30. Magazine (5-6)

31. Spring Hill (4-7)

32. Lafayette County (2-8)

33. Quitman (2-8)

34. Cutter M. Star (3-7)

35. Carlisle (2-7)

36. W. Yell County (3-6)

37. J.C. Westside (3-6)

38. Dierks (1-9)

39. Murfreesboro (0-10)

40. Marvell (1-7)

41. Bigelow (1-9)

42. Rector (1-7)

43. Midland (1-8)

44. Woodlawn (1-9)

45. Brinkley (1-7)

46. Decatur (0-9)

47. Hermitage (0-9)

STATE CHAMPIONSHIP

No. 1 Mount Ida (12) at No. 4 Foreman

Welcome to the 7-2A Shootout II. This is a rematch of a Week 7 conference clash that host Mount Ida won 36-7. In that game, Mount Ida’s line cleared the way for 394 rushing yards, and the Lions held Foreman to 130 rushing yards below its average. Mount Ida chases its third state championship.