Class 3A Week 16 Rankings, Notes & Picks

Class 3A Week 16 Rankings, Notes & Picks

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Hootens.com Rankings
Class 3A, FINAL, 2021
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1. Harding Academy (13-2)
2. Prescott (14-1)
3. McGehee (13-1)
4. Booneville (13-2)
5. Hoxie (11-1)
6. Glen Rose (9-3)
7. Centerpoint (9-4)
8. Newport (6-5)
9. C. Harmony Grove (8-4)
10. Charleston (10-1)
11. Melbourne (6-4)
12. Rison (8-4)
13. Manila (9-3)                                                                          
14. Cedarville (9-3)
15. Paris (10-2)
16. Bismarck (6-5)                                                                            
17. Jessieville (6-4)
18. Hackett (8-3)
19. Osceola (6-4)
20. Perryville (7-4)
21. Riverview (5-6)
22. Mountain View (5-5)                                                                   
23. Salem (6-4)
24. Atkins (5-5)
25. Dollarway (5-4)
26. Lake Village (3-6)
27. Harrisburg (5-5)
28. Walnut Ridge (4-6)
29. Lincoln (3-8)
30. West Fork (3-8)
31. Lavaca (5-5)
32. Danville (3-8)
33. Smackover (4-6)
34. Baptist Prep (5-5)
35. Genoa Central (4-6)
36. Greenland (2-7)
37. Fouke (2-8)
38. Mansfield (2-7)
39. Horatio (3-7)
40. Corning (3-7)
41. Mayflower (2-7) 
42. Barton (1-8)
43. Piggott (1-9)
44. Drew Central (0-10)
45. Palestine-Wheatley (0-9)
46. Two Rivers (0-10)

LAST WEEK
Hootens.com correctly picked the state title game (100 percent) involving Class 3A teams. It finished 259 of 315 (82 percent) for the season. 

TITLE GAME RECAP
Harding Academy rallied from a 12-3 halftime deficit last week to defeat Prescott 47-25 by feeding the football to senior RB Andrew Miller. Miller ran 20 times for 157 yards and caught three passes for 35 yards and two TDs. Harding Academy did not commit a turnover, while Prescott lost two fumbles and threw two interceptions.

ABOUT THE RANKINGS
Prescott, McGehee, Harding Academy and Booneville opened the season at Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 and all finish in the Top 4 with three-time defending state champion Harding Academy on top. Only two teams that started in the Top 10, Osceola and Paris, did not finish in the Top 10. Manila made the biggest jump in the rankings the fall, moving from No. 39 to No. 13. Bismarck climbed from No. 27 to No. 16. 

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