Thats weird bout Louisiana not having 6man. The Cleburne Christian coach said he coached six man there for a while.
Someone also said north Dakota have any idea on them?
How many states have public school 6man and private school six man, I think some states combine the leagues.
Also how many teams in each state?
Most states have combined public/private leagues. Ain't gonna happen in Texas. But even in those states with combined leagues, there are some small independent leagues which attract some smaller private schools who for whatever reason do not want to be "encumbered" with membership in the larger state league.
Idaho used to have a sixman team or two, but since that state league did not sanction the sport and nearby states (Wyoming, Montana) did not allow the school(s) to join their conference/league for the sport, that fell aside. Not sure on North Dakota. I think Louisiana had sixman until a couple years back but many of them went to 8 man. Some of these states also have 8 man leagues. I understand there are some places looking at 9 man (including my home state of Wisconsin). Other states (including Wisconsin) allow two or three small high schools to form cooperative teams (where kids from more than one school compete on the same team) to play 11 man football.
Here's what I show in out of state leagues:
FLORIDA - Florida Christian Association of Private & Parochial Schools -- 27 schools (all private & charter schools)
MONTANA - Montana High School Association - 36 schools (one is a private school)
NEBRASKA - Nebraska High School Athletic Association - 19 schools (all public)
COLORADO - Colorado High School Activities Association - 24 schools (two private schools)
WYOMING - Wyoming High School Activities Association - 11 schools (all public/charter)
NEW MEXICO - New Mexico Activities Association - 15 schools (five private/charter)
Texas still is the king, with something like 250-275 schools playing sixman football.