Saturday, August 25, 2007

Palmer Runs By Lathrop

The Palmer Moose found the win column in 2007 on Friday night with a 48-14 win over winless Lathrop. Palmer racked up 396 yards on the ground. Devin Konkler led the way with 13-carries for 199-yards and two touchdowns.

For a complete game wrap-up from the Anchorage Daily News, please click on the Alaska High School Football Huddle headline "Palmer Runs By Lathrop".

Chugiak Lays Claim To Top Spot

Chugiak opened the season by beating defending Big Schools champ South, and Friday night Chugiak served notice to the rest of the state that the Mustangs are ready to wear the badge of "Team to Beat", by knocking off top-ranked Service 14-13.

To read a complete game wrap from the Anchorage Daily News, please click on our headline "Chugiak Lays Claim To Top Spot".

Alaska High School Football Scores - Week 3

Look for a new team in next week's Alaska High School Football Big Schools Poll. Friday night #2 Chugiak took down #1 Service 14-13 before a stand-room only crowd at Anchorage Football Stadium.

Here's a look at all of the Friday night scores from around Alaska.

Alaska High School Football Scores
Friday & Saturday, August 24 & 25, 2007

Anchorage East 22 Anchorage South 3
Bartlett 47 Eagle River 10
Chugiak 14 Service 13
Colony 40 West Valley 7
Dimond 15 Anchorage West 0
Eielson 47 Barrow 6
Homer 26 Ketchikan 0
Houston 2 Delta Junction 0 (forfeit)
Juneau 30 North Pole 13
Kodiak 28 Kenai 27
Palmer 48 Lathrop 14
Soldatna 49 Seward 7
Valdez 28 Nikiski 20
Wasilla 38 Skyview 0

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Alaska High School Football Scoreboard - Week 2

Alaska High School Football Scores
Friday and Saturday, August 17 & 18, 2007

Anchorage South 55 Eagle River 0
Barrow 18 Seward 16
Chugiak 7 Anchorage East 6
Colony 20 North Pole 7
Dimond 16 Bartlett 12
Eislson 34 Houston 12
Juneau 44 Lathrop 6
Kenai 61 Ketchikan 0
Kodiak 40 Homer 12
Nikiski 40 Delta Junction 0
Service 31 Anchorage West 0
Skyview 6 Valdez 0
Soldatna 47 Palmer 14
Wasilla 36 West Valley 26

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Saturday Football Scores from The Great White North

Dimond lost 27 seniors from last year's squad that finished sixth in the Cook Inlet Conference...the prognosis for 2007...not great. However, nobody told the Lynx they should be that good.

Dimond opened the 2007 season on Saturday with a 19-14 upset over Palmer, which entered the season ranked #3 in the pre-season Big Schools Poll.

Quarterback Nate Jaworski led the way in his first start completing 11-of-18 passes for 255 yards and two touchdowns.

Here's the rest of Saturday's scores with some key stats:

West Anchorage 44 West Valley 35
West scored 22 third quarter points.

Kenai 46 Houston 0
Kenai RB bill Chimphalee 269 yards rushing and three touchdowns.

Homer 36 Seward 0
Homer QB Corey Sutherland 3 TDs (2 passing, 1 rushing, 2-2pt. conversions). Homer RB Matt Tyrell 110 yards on 17 carries

Valdez 56 Delta 13

Skyview Blasts Nikiski

Skyview running back Eddie Buffington may have a tough opening act to follow. Buffington averaged 19 yards a carry and scored three touchdowns as Skyview won its season opener 54-6 against Nikiski.

To read a complete game wrap with stats from the Anchorage Daily News, please click on the Alaska High School Football Huddle headline "Skyview Blasts Nikiski".

Colony Shuts Out Eielson

Colony punished Eielson with a superb ground game winning it's opener 47-0. The Knights ground attack ate up 306 yards of gridiron real estate.

To read a complete recap with stats from the Anchorage Daily News, please click on the Alaska High School Football Huddle headline "Colony Shuts Out Eielson".

Wasilla's Joe Barkley Picks Apart Eagle River

Wasilla senior Joe Barkley intercepted three passes Friday night at Wasilla opened the Alaska High School football season with a 41-6 win over Eagle River. While Barkley led the defense, Warrior quarterback Adrese Lavern led the offense with three touchdown passes in the second half.

To read a complete game wrap and stats from the Anchorage Daily News, please click on the Alaska High School Football Huddle headline "Wasilla's Joe Barkley Picks Apart Eagle River".

Soldatna and North Pole Combine for Over 100 Points in Opener

Who says it takes a while for the offense to catch-up with the defense? With only nine days of practice, defending Small Schools champ Soldatna and North Pole proved that each others' defense has a little catching-up to do as Soldatna opened the season with an impressive 62-42 win.

In combining to pass the century mark in points, Soldatna used a tough running attack and only passed twice. The Stars ended the night with 419 yards on the ground while North Pole had a balanced attack with 286 yards rushing and 169 passing.

To read a complete game wrap with stats from the game, please click on the Alaska High School Football Huddle headline "Soldatna and North Pole Combine for Over 100 Points in Opener".

Chugiak Takes Down Defending Champ

It didn't take long for South to figure out that a wearing a bullseye is a little tough. The defending Big Schools champ will be the target of a lot of teams that want to hoist the 2007 state championship high school football trophy, just like the Wolverines did in 2006

#2 ranked Chugiak opened the 2007 Alaska high school football season with a message to all contenders...DON'T look past us, as the Mustangs beat South 10-7 on their home field. Chugiak's win not only will set a tone for this season's campaign, but also ended South's 11-game win streak.

To read a complete game wrap-up from the Anchorage Daily News, please click on the Alaska High School Football Huddle headline "Chugiak Takes Down Defending Champ".

Thursday, August 09, 2007

Railbelt Conference Preview

The Colony Knights will have some big shoes to fill if they want to repeat as the Railbelt Conference champs and get back to the Big Schools championship game where they lost to South last year.

The Knights lost Chebon Jimenez, the state's Offensive Player of the Year, first team all-state quarterback Teddy Babcock and tight end/defensive end and Alaska Gatorade Player of the Year George Percak-Dennett. In fact, the Knights lost 10 of 11 starters on both sides of the ball.

Who's the favorite? It's hard to say because all of last year's top team lost key personnel.

Look for Juneau to make some noise despite losing record-setting quarterback Chris Hinkley.

For a complete team capsules from the Anchorage Daily News, please click on our headline "Railbelt Conference Preview".
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