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How the Top 20 Arkansas high school football teams fared in Week 5: Little Rock Christian makes statement

Here’s a look at how SBLive’s Top 20 Arkansas high school football teams fared in games played Friday, Sept. 25.
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Here’s a look at how SBLive’s Top 20 Arkansas high school football teams fared in games played Friday, Sept. 25.

HOW THE TOP 20 FARED

Sept. 25, 2020

1. Bryant (4-0) beat Fort Smith Northside 48-7

Xavier Foote, Hayden Schrader, River Gregory and Tanner Anderson scored touchdowns in the victory for Bryant.

2. North Little Rock (4-0) beat LR Central 48-7

North Little Rock quarterback Kareame Cotton ran for three scores and threw for two more in the win.

3. Bentonville (4-0) beat Har-Ber 45-6

Bentonville "running-clocked" Har-Ber following Josh Ficklin's 6-yard touchdown run for the Tigers in the third quarter.

4. Pulaski Academy (4-0) beat Watson Chapel 59-24

Pulaski Academy running back Joe Himon finished with well over 100 yards on the ground in the victory.

5. Greenwood (4-0) beat No. 7 Bentonville West 35-28

Senior quarterback LD Richmond rushed for the winning score in the victory for Greenwood.

6. Cabot (4-0) beat No. 9 LR Catholic 31-21

Cabot quarterback Tyler Gee threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another in the win.

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7. Bentonville West (Centerton) (2-2) lost to No. 5 Greenwood 35-28

Bentonville West clawed back from a 35-14 deficit, but the comeback fell just short.

8. Parkview (3-0) - Idle

9. Little Rock Catholic (2-2) lost to No. 6 Cabot 31-21

Little Rock Catholic trailed 31-7 but fought back to lose 31-21.

10. Robinson (Little Rock) (3-1) beat Fountain Lake 53-31

Get ready for an eye-popping stat: Robinson scored 43 points in the final 11:43 of the first half.

11. Conway (2-1) - Idle

12. Lake Hamilton (4-0) - beat Mountain Home 28-14

Junior tailback Owen Miller rushed for a 38-yard touchdown.

13. Arkadelphia (3-0) - Idle

14. Maumelle (2-2) lost to No. 15 LR Christian 27-17

Maxwell Pace and Roderick Watts scored Maumelle's two touchdowns in the defeat.

15. LR Christian (3-1) beat No. 14 Maumelle 27-17

A 33-yard field goal by Isaiah Hankins put LR Christian ahead for good.

16. Wynne (4-0) beat Brookland 42-17

Senior Jayden Potter scored an impressive 55-yard touchdown in the Wynne win.

17. Jonesboro (1-2) - Idle

18. Harding Academy (3-1) lost to Briarcrest Christian (Tenn.) 63-28

The score was tied 14-14 after the first quarter, but Harding Academy struggled the rest of the way.

19. Fayetteville (0-3) - Idle

20. Benton (2-2) beat Russellville 47-40

Junior running back Casey Johnson scored the winning touchdown for Benton in a thriller. He finished with 250 yards on the ground and two scores.