Viola girls remain atop ASM’s Class 1A rankings

Following is 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 Feb. 15. Ranking is given with first-place votes received, records, total points and last week’s rankings:

OVERALL
1. FS Northside (9) 21-3 135 1
2. Bentonville (4) 22-1 122 2
3. Nettleton (1) 22-3 91 6
4. Cabot 20-3 83 7
5. Vilonia 21-2 75 10
6. Fayetteville 18-5 74 5
7. Conway 18-6 41 3
8. Star City 25-0 36 NR
9. Greenwood 18-5 26 9
10. Batesville 24-2 23 4
Others receiving votes: Farmington 19, LR Christian 12, Harrison 8, Har-Ber 7, Pulaski Academy 7, Mountain View 3, Lamar 2, Southside Batesville 2, West Memphis 2.

CLASS 6A
1. FS Northside (10) 21-3 66 1
2. Bentonville (4) 22-1 58 2
3. Cabot 20-3 35 5
4. Fayetteville 18-5 30 4
5. Conway 18-6 15 3
Others receiving votes: Har-Ber 6.

CLASS 5A
1. Nettletonn (9) 22-3 65 1
2. Vilonia (4) 21-2 55 3
3. Greenwood (1) 18-5 36 2
4. LR Christian 18-4 22 5
5. West Memphis 19-5 17 4
Others receiving votes: Mountain Home 7, HS Lakeside 5, Lake Hamilton 3.

CLASS 4A
1. Star City (7) 25-0 56 3
2. Batesville (3) 24-2 47 1
(tie) Farmington (3) 25-3 47 4
4. Southside Batesville 21-4 21 NR
5. Harrison (1) 24-2 19 2
Others receiving votes: Pulaski Academy 18, De Queen 2.

CLASS 3A
1. Charleston (6) 23-2 50 2
(tie) Hoxie (1) 22-3 50 3
3. Lamar (3) 25-2 37 4
4. Mountain View (3) 21-3 34 1
5. Valley Springs 27-7 13 5
(tie) Harding Academy 24-3 13 NR
Others receiving votes: Central Arkansas Christian (1) 8, Walnut Ridge 4, Bergman 1.

CLASS 2A
1. Melbourne (14) 25-2 70 1
2. Bigelow 23-2 51 3
3. Marmaduke 26-8 27 5
4. Quitman 22-3 24 2
5. Earle 24-5 22 5
Others receiving votes: Acorn 7, Riverside 6, Poyen 4.

CLASS 1A
1. Viola (14) 32-2 70 1
2. Emerson 27-2 43 2
3. Kirby 30-5 38 3
4. Concord 23-4 32 4
5. Mount Vernon-Enola 28-4 22 5
Others receiving votes: Greers Ferry West Side 4, Alpena 1.

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