Saturday, August 30, 2008

Alaska High School Football Scoreboard - Week 4

Alaska High School Football Scores
Friday, August 29, 2008


Bartlett 20 Chugiak 7
Bishop Gorman (NV) 24 Service 0
Eagle River 45 Skyview 7
North Pole 61 Eielson 12
Palmer 34 Juneau-Douglas 19

Click here for Palmer/Juneau game story.
Click here to read about Eagle River's first-ever victory in school history.
Click here for Bartlett/Chugiak game story.

Click here to go to The High School Football Huddle for national news and scores.

Sunday, August 24, 2008

Alaska High School Football Scores - Week 3

Alaska High School Football Scores
Saturday, August 23, 2008

Anchorage South 42 Bartlett 14
Blackfoot (ID) 27 Juneau-Douglas 7
Chugiak 41 Eagle River 0
Houston 40 Homer 8
Service 42 Dimond 12

Click here for Juneau/Blackfoot game story
Click here for Houston/Homer game story.
Click here for Chugiak/Homer game story.
Click here for Service/Dimond game story.
Click here for Anchorage South/Bartlett game story.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

ALaska High School Football Scores - Week 3

Alaska High School Football Scores
Friday, August 22, 2008

Anchorage West 19 Anchorage East 0
Barrow 32 Eielson 28
Colony 56 Lathrop 6
Kenai 27 Nikiski 26
Monroe Catholic 46 Delta Junction 6
North Pole 34 Wasilla 13
Palmer 13 West Valley 7 (2OT)
Valdez 69 Seward 0

Click here for West/East game story.
Click here for Kenai/Nikiski game story.
Click here for North Pole/Wasilla game story.

Click here to go to The High School Football Huddle for national high school football scores and stories.

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Alaska High School Football Rankings

There's a new #1 in the latest Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network Small Schools high school football rankings. Two-time defending champ Soldotna flip-flopped with last week's #1 Kodiak. The only other change is in the Large Schools rankings where Dimond comes into the poll at #4.

To read about the Lynx 2-0 start, click here.

Here's the rankings....

Large Schools

1. Juneau-Douglas (2-0)
2. Service (2-0)
3. Anchorage South (2-0)
4. Dimond (2-0)
5. North Pole (2-0)

Small Schools

1. Soldotna (2-0)
2. Kodiak (2-0)
3. Eielson (2-0)
4. Barrow (2-0)
5. Houston (2-0)

Here's this week's schedule of games...

Week 3

Friday's Games

Monroe Catholic at Delta Junction, 5 p.m.
Seward at Valdez, 5:30 p.m.
Nikiski at Kenai, 6 p.m.
Barrow at Eielson, 6 p.m.
East vs. West, 7 p.m., Anchorage Football Stadium
Colony at Lathrop, 7 p.m.
North Pole at Wasilla, 7 p.m.
West Valley at Palmer, 7 p.m.
Sitka at Juneau JV

Saturday's Games

Service at Dimond, 1 p.m.
Chugiak vs. Eagle River, 1 p.m., AFS
Bartlett vs. South, 7 p.m., AFS
Houston at Homer, 2 p.m.
Kodiak at Skyview, 2 p.m

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Alaska High School Football Scoreboard - Week 2

Alaska High School Football Scores
Friday, August 15, 2008


Dimond 26 Anchorage West 7
Juneau-Douglas 35 Wasilla 7
Nikiski 55 Delta Junction
Service 38 Chugiak 0
Soldotna 40 Colony 16

North Pole at West Valley, PPD, lightning

Click here for Dimond/West game story.
Click here for Juneau-Douglas/Wasilla game story.
Click here for Nikiski/Delta Junction and Soldotna/Colony game stories.

Saturday, August 16, 2008

Anchorage South 34 Anchorage East 13
Barrow 54 Seward 8
Bartlett 68 Eagle River 13
Eielson 55 Monroe Catholic 0
Houston 28 Skyview 20
Kenai 20 Valdez 13
Kodiak 47 Homer 14
North Pole 21 West Valley 19
Palmer 35 Lathrop 0

Click here for South/East game story.
Click here for Bartlett/Eagle River game story.
Click here for Houston/Skyview game story.
Click here for North Pole/West Valley game story.

Click here to go to The High School Football Huddle for national news and scores.

Friday, August 15, 2008

Alaska High School Footbal Preview - Week 2

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


The northernmost high school football team in America is the feel good story of the day as we head into Week 2 of the high school football season in Alaska.

The Barrow Whalers (1-0), a team that didn't exist until the 2006 season, will host Seward (0-1) on Saturday ranked as the #3 team in the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network Football Poll. It's the first time the school has ever been ranked. Barrow opened the season last week with a 36-27 win over Skyview.

Here's the rest of the rankings...

Large Schools

1. Juneau-Douglas (1-0)
2. Service (1-0)
3. Anchorage South (1-0)
North Pole (1-0)
5. Wasilla (1-0)

Small Schools

1. Kodiak (1-0)
2. Soldotna (1-0)
Eielson (1-0)
3. Barrow (1-0)
5. Houston (1-0)

Here's this week's schedule of games....

Friday

Ketchikan at Sitka 5PM
Colony at Soldotna 6:30PM
Dimond at Anchorage West 7PM
Service at Chugiak 7PM
North Pole at West Valley 7PM
Wasilla at Juneau-Douglas 8PM

Saturday

Valdez at Kenai 1PM
Skyview at Houston 1PM
Eagle River at Barlett 1PM
Eielson at Monroe Catholic 2PM
Homer at Kodiak 2PM
Seward at Barrow 2PM
Nikiski at Delta Junction 5PM
Anchorage South at Anchorage East 7PM
Palmer at Lathrop 7PM

Click here for game previews. Click here to go to The High School Football Huddle for national high school football news.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Alaska High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1

Alaska High School Football Scores
Week 1


Saturday, August 9

Anchorage West 18 Bartlett 12
Barrow 36 Skyview 27
Dimond 45 Eagle River 26
Homer 52 Monroe Catholic 26
Houston 47 Delta Junction 8
Juneau 45 West Valley 7
Kodiak 53 Seward 0
North Pole 20 Colony 16
Service 49 Anchorage East 6

Click here for West-Bartlett story.
Click here for Dimond-Eagle River game story.
Click here for Houston-Delta Junction.
Click here for North Pole-Colony game story.
Click here for Service-East game story.

Saturday, August 09, 2008

Alaska High School Football Scoreboard - Week 1


Alaska High School Football Scores
Week 1

Friday, August 8, 2008

Anchorage South 19 Palmer 6
Lathrop 8 Kenai 6
Soldotna 55 Nikiski 22
Wasilla 21 Chugiak 14

Click here for Wasilla-Chugiak game story.
Click here for South-Palmer game story.
Click here for Soldotna-Nikiski game story.
Click here for Lathrop-Kenai game story.

Friday, August 08, 2008

2008 High School Football Season Kicks-Off in Alaska

By Jeff Fisher
The High School Football Huddle


While the Lower 48 and Hawaii will have to wait a little bit for the regular season games to start, they're strapping on the helmets for real tonight and Saturday in Alaska.

How does footbal in Alaska differ? While most schools are sweating out two-a-days, there's already been snow at the Barrow Whalers practices. Of course, Barrow is the only school above the Arctic Circle, and is the northernmost city in the country. The team's blue astroturf field sits only 100 yards from the Arctic Ocean. Click here for a story on the Whalers entering their third season of football.

Barrow and 27 other schools from around the state open their eight week regular season this week, and Alaska High School Football Huddle is here to keep you up-to-date with news and scores from around the state.



Juneau, which was a perfect 11-0 last year, will be going after its third Big Schools' title in four years. The Soldotna Stars will be going for the three-peat in Small Schools. Click here for a story on the Crimson Bears and Soldotna trying to defend their titles.

Click here to read about Chugiak unveiling its new artificial turf in its opener against Wasilla.

Tonight's Games

Kenai at Lathrop, 7PM
Palmer at Anchorage East, 7PM
Wasilla at Chugiak 7PM
Soldotna at Nikiski 6PM

Saturday Games

Barlett at Anchorage West, 7PM
Colony at North Pole, 6PM
Delta Junction at Houston, 1PM
Eagle River at Dimond, 1PM
Juneau at West Valley, 1PM
Monroe Catholic at Homer, 2PM
Service at Anchorage East, 4PM
Seward at Kodiak, 2PM
Skyview at Barrow, 2PM
Valdez at Eielson 1PM

Thursday, August 07, 2008

Kenai's Jim Beeson Looking For The Century Mark


Kenai High head football coach Jim Beeson needs two wins to become just the fifth head coach in Alaska high school football history to win 100 games. Click here to read a story on Beeson as he enters his 19th season.


Alaska's Winningest High School Football Coaches

Buck Nystrom (Eielson, North Pole) 150-92, 31 seasons
Bruce Shearer (Kenai, East, Chugiak) 130-49-1, 21 seasons
Bob Boudreaux (Soldotna, Kenai, Service) 104-6-1, 22 seasons
Rod Christiansen (Palmer) 100-57, 17 seasons
Jim Beeson (Kenai) 98-56, 18 seasons
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