Sunday, August 19, 2012

Alaska High School Football Scores - Week 2

by Jeff Fisher
High School Football America

Alaska's reigning offensive player of the year, proved he's not one dimensional on Saturday.

The Anchorage Daily News reports that Service High's Amu Aukusitino did play his usual position of quarterback on Saturday due to an injured shoulder.  However, he was able to "bug" his coach enough to put him in at running back.

According to adn.com, Aukusitino went into the game at running back and scored four touchdowns to lead the defending Big School state champs to a 42-0 victory over Bartlett.

Service is now 1-1 on the season, while Bartlett falls to 0-2

Here are the rest of the scores from this weekend.

Alaska High School Football Scores
Saturday, August 18, 2012

Juneau-Douglas 69, Wasilla  30
Kodiak  32, Houston 12
Monroe Catholic  42,  Valdez  12
North Pole  34, West Valley  25
Service  42,  Bartlett  0
Soldotna  70,  Ketchikan  0
Thunder Mountain  35, Sitka  6
West  49,  Eagle River  6

Alaska High School Football Scores
Friday, August 17, 2012

Colony  44, Kenai  20
Dimond  14, Chugiak  7 - Dimond defense only allowed 65 yds. in total offense
Eielson  69,  Seward  0 - Eielson's JJ Friske 3 FGs
Nikiski  34,  Skyview  7 - Nikiski's Stephen Hartley 187 yds. 3 TDs, Christian Riddall 166 yds.
Palmer  50, Lathrop  16 - Palmer's Vincent Aumavae 5 TDs
South  41,  East  0 - South's Dante Williams 187 yds. rushing on 11 carries


Sunday, August 12, 2012

Alaska Goes 0-2 in 2012 High School Football Kickoff in Hawaii


by Jeff Fisher

Courtesy: MGhelmets.com
The Fire and Ice Bowl is now a tradition when it comes to the start of high school football in America.

For the second straight year, the high school football season kicked-off off the mainland with Alaska taking on Hawaii.

Last year it was one game, this year it was two on Friday night in Hawaii.

Courtesy: MGhelmets.com
Punahou, which finished runner-up in Hawaii's Division I, won the first game of the year with a 48-0 shutout of West High School from Anchorage.  Hawaii made it a clean sweep of the Fire and Ice Bowl with a 23-15 victory by Leilehua over defending Alaska Big Schools champ Service.  Last year, Service and Leilehua battled to a 34-34 tie in the inaugural Alaska vs. Hawaii game.

The Alaska Daily News reported that Punahou was led by sophomore wide receiver Kanawai Noa, who caught four touchdown passes in the first half to lead the Buff and Blue to a 34-0 halftime lead.

In the Leilehua/Service match-up, the Mules jumped-out to a 23-7 halftime lead on their Alaskan opponents.  According to the Anchorage Daily News, Service drove to the Leilehua 30-yard line with 10 seconds left, but fumbled on the last play of the game.


Click here to read the Punahou/West game story.

Click here to read the Leilehua/Service game story.


However, I should point-out those weren't the only games this weekend as many other Alaska and Hawaii schools also began their regular seasons.

Below are all of the first week's scores:

Friday Scores -Alaska

East  42  Kenai  7
Lathrop  44  Nikiski  41
Lathrop JV  60  Seward  8
Leilehua (HI)  23  Service 15
North Pole 32  Dimond  14  Click here to read game story
Punahou (HI)  48  West  0

Saturday's Scores - Alaska

Colony  56  Skyview  7
Eielson  26  Valdez  0
Juneau-Douglas  45  Thunder Mountain  7
Monroe Catholic  16  Barrow  0
Palmer  27  Soldotna  7
Sitka  30  Ketchikan  8
South  68  Eagle River  6
Wasilla  21  Bartlett  14
West Valley  35  Chugiak  12
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