The Arkansas high school girls basketball state rankings for Jan. 24, 2022

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Following are the Overall Top 10 high school girls 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 Jan. 22. The ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points, and previous rankings:

OVERALL

School Record Points Prv

1. Conway (16) 17-1 160 1

2. FS Northside 16-1 132 2

3. North Little Rock 14-3 122 4

4. Farmington 21-1 114 3

5. Melbourne 20-0 93 5

6. Bergman 27-0 70 6

7. Springdale Har-Ber 12-4 55 7

8. Vilonia 13-2 49 8

9. Greenwood 12-4 29 10

10. LR Central 13-4 15 9

(tie) LR Christian 14-2 15 -

Others receiving votes: Lake Hamilton 7, Bryant 5, Paragould 5, Southside Batesville 5, Bentonville 2, Nettleton 2.

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CLASS 6A

School Record Points Prv

1. Conway (16) 17-1 80 1

2. FS Northside 16-1 59 2

3. North Little Rock 14-4 53 3

4. Springdale Har-Ber 12-4 28 4

5. LR Central 13-4 14 5

Others receiving votes: Bentonville 5, Bryant 1.

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CLASS 5A

School Record Points Prv

1. Vilonia (11) 13-2 67 1

2. Greenwood (1) 12-4 53 2

3. LR Christian (2) 14-2 34 4

4. Lake Hamilton 15-2 34 5

3. Marion 14-6 17 3

(tie) Paragould (1) 12-4 17 -

Others receiving votes: Jonesboro 7, Benton 4, Nettleton 1.

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CLASS 4A

School Record Points Prv

1. Farmington (16) 21-1 80 1

2. Southside Batesville 18-1 56 2

3. Nashville 17-2 47 3

4. Gentry 19-0 27 4

5. Lonoke 14-2 16 5

Others receiving votes: Star City 4, Valley View 3, Morrilton 2.

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CLASS 3A

School Record Points Prv

1. Bergman (16) 27-0 80 1

2. Lamar 19-1 58 2

3. Booneville 17-0 49 3

4. Manila 18-2 29 4

5. Centerpoint 16-2 15 5

Others receiving votes: Harding Academy 4, Valley Springs 2, Clinton 1.

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CLASS 2A

School Record Points Prv

1. Melbourne (15) 20-0 79 1

2. Marmaduke (1) 27-2 57 2

3. Quitman 18-1 53 3

4. Mountainburg 15-2 21 5

5. Salem 11-4 18 4

Others receiving votes: Bigelow 5, Rector 3, Yellville-Summit 2, Horatio 1.

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CLASS 1A

School Record Points Prv

1. Norfork (13) 22-6 69 1

2. Mount Vernon-Enola (3) 20-2 67 2

3. Mammoth Spring 18-6 48 3

4. Kirby 19-6 32 4

5. Wonderview 19-6 12 5

(tie) Dermott 20-4 12 5

Others receiving votes: None.

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This article originally appeared on Fort Smith Times Record: Arkansas high school girls basketball state rankings for Jan. 24, 2022