Huskies Sitting as Top Dogs of Football Polls

    Juneau quarterback Noah Chambers (8) rolls out of the pocket under pressure from East defensive lineman Douglas Samuelu (54) during last Saturday's 39-28 Huskies win at Adair Kennedy Field. (Klas Stolpe)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Juneau Huskies are sitting as the top dogs of the Cook Inlet Conference Division I football polls after their 39-28 home win over then top ranked East Anchorage last Saturday.

      The Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network rewarded Juneau for their home stand against East.

      East fell to second in the rankings, West is third and Colony fourth. All four teams have 3-1 records. South is ranked fifth with a 1-2 record.

      Juneau travels to Service this weekend, East travels to Colony and West plays at Dimond. South hosts Bartlett 2-2. Service is 1-3.

      Cook Inlet Conference scores by ranking include:

      No. 1 Juneau has defeated East 39-28, Colony 53-12, Dimond 35-6 and lost to West 49-23.

      No. 2 East defeated Lathrop 50-26, South 59-22, Service 45-22 and lost to Juneau 39-28.

      No. 3 West defeated Juneau 49-23, Bartlett 33-9, Service 35-6 and lost to South 46-34.

      No. 4 Colony defeated South 34-31, Wasilla 34-14, Bartlett 40-13 and lost to Juneau 53-12.

      No. 5 South defeated West 46-34, and lost to East 59-22 and Colony 34-31.

      No. 6 Bartlett defeated Palmer 22-15 and Dimond 14-8, and lost to West 33-9 and Colony 40-13.

      No. 7 Service defeated Dimond 26-20, and lost to East 45-22, West 35-6 and Soldotna 48-34.

      No. 8 Dimond has lost to Juneau 35-6, Bartlett 14-8 and Service 26-20.

      The ASBN poll for DII/III lists their top five as Eagle River 4-0 hosting Wasilla this next weekend, Soldotna 2-1 hosting Palmer, Redington 3-0 playing at Kenai, Monroe 3-1 with a bye, and Wasilla 3-1.

      Scores from last weekend include: Colony 34 Wasilla 14, Bartlett 14 Dimond 8, Houston 32 Kenai 2, Eagle River 20 Palmer 13, Redington 42 Monroe 20, Valdez 66 Eielson 24, Juneau 39 East 28, South 46 West 34.

    Above - Juneau junior defensive back Jamal Johnson (7) defends East senior wide receiver Deuce Zimmerman (3) during last Saturday's 39-28 Huskies win over the Thunderbirds at Adair Kennedy Field.

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