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Vote: Who should be SBLive Arkansas' team of the week? (2/12/2024)

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Arkansas High School Team of the Week for Feb. 5-11

Here are the candidates for SBLive’s Arkansas High School Team of the Week

Read through the nominees and cast your vote. Voting will conclude Sunday, Feb. 18, at 11:59 p.m.

Bryant Hornets boys basketball

The win streak is now up 25 following a season sweep of both Little Rock Central and Little Rock Southwest, plus a win over Cabot, to take a two-and-a-half game lead in the 6A-Central. 

Concord Pirates girls basketball

Powered by back-to-back 30-plus point performances by sophomore Kately Cornett, the Class 1A Lady Pirates defeated 3A programs Bald Knob and Melbourne in non-conference matchups. 

Fayetteville Bulldogs girls basketball

A redemption win over rival Springdale was the Lady Purple Dogs' eighth win in their past nine games following the two-point loss to the Lady Red Dogs on Jan. 3. They followed that up with a rout of Rogers Heritage.  

Jonesboro Hurricane boys basketball

After nearly scoring a big upset over Bryant at home last week, the Hurricane got the job done on Friday in a redemption matchup against North Little Rock. They also survived a close contest on the road against Little Rock Southwest. 

Searcy Lions girls basketball

The 14th-ranked Lady Lions truimphed in Top-25 matchups against Marion and West Memphis to remain within striking distance of Greene County Tech for the 5A-East's top spot. 

Springdale Bulldogs boys basketball

The Bulldogs notched their best win of the season over arch rival, and top-ranked, Fayetteville, which was the Red Dogs' fourth victory in their past five contests. 

Taylor Tigers girls basketball

Headlined by senior guard Heidi May's near quadruple-double, the Lady Tigers routed Spring Hill before ending snapping Emerson's 24-game win streak. 

--Kyle Sutherland | @k_sutherlandAR