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This is a list of Arkansas state high school basketball championships sanctioned by the Arkansas Activities Association.[1]

Listings include champions at each classification level based on size. Early years of high school basketball were limited to a single state championship.

List of Arkansas state high school boys basketball champions[edit]

Notes:

  1. Little Rock HS became Little Rock Central in 1955.
  2. Fort Smith HS became FS Northside in 1963.
  3. North Little Rock HS and NLR Jones HS merged in 1970.

Past overall boys basketball champions[edit]

From 1972 to 1992, the Arkansas Activities Association organized an overall state championship tournament of the classification state champions.

  • 1992 – LR Parkview (2)
  • 1991 – West Memphis (3)
  • 1990 – Pine Bluff (2)
  • 1989 – Blytheville
  • 1988 – LR Parkview
  • 1987 – Fayetteville
  • 1986 – Dermott
  • 1985 – Magnolia
  • 1984 – LR Hall (2)
  • 1983 – LR Hall
  • 1982 – Gurdon
  • 1981 – West Memphis (2)
  • 1980 – West Memphis
  • 1979 – Parkdale
  • 1978 – Dumas
  • 1977 – Pine Bluff
  • 1976 – Conway
  • 1975 – LR Central (3)
  • 1974 – FS Northside
  • 1973 – LR Central (2)
  • 1972 – LR Central

List of Arkansas state high school girls basketball champions[edit]

Past overall girls basketball champions[edit]

From 1972 to 1992, the Arkansas Activities Association organized an overall state championship tournament of the classification state champions.

  • 1992 – Dardanelle
  • 1991 – Bryant (4)
  • 1990 – South Side Bee Branch
  • 1989 – Bryant (3)
  • 1988 – Bryant (2)
  • 1987 – FS Southside (2)
  • 1986 – FS Southside
  • 1985 – Hamburg
  • 1984 – Guy-Perkins
  • 1983 – Batesville
  • 1982 – Bryant
  • 1981 – LR McClellan
  • 1980 – Clarksville
  • 1979 – Waldo
  • 1978 – Stephens (4)
  • 1977 – Stephens (3)
  • 1976 – Calico Rock
  • 1975 – Stephens (2)
  • 1974 – Rivercrest
  • 1973 - Melbourne
  • 1972 – Stephens

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2011–2012 Review of Sports". Arkansas Activities Association. Retrieved 31 December 2012. 
  2. ^ Demeril, Evin. "The Would-Be Razorbacks Pioneer: Eddie Miles". Sporting Life Arkansas. Retrieved 22 May 2013. 

External links[edit]


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