Juneau’s quarterback Noah Chambers follows blocking by teammate Danny Isaak on a run in the second quarter against Wasilla at Adair-Kennedy Memorial Field on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Juneau’s quarterback Noah Chambers follows blocking by teammate Danny Isaak on a run in the second quarter against Wasilla at Adair-Kennedy Memorial Field on Friday, Sept. 6, 2019. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Empire Live: Huskies host Warriors

Juneau tries to remain undefeated at home.

9:35 p.m.

Juneau defeats Wasilla 63-0, scoring three additional touchdowns in the second half, two by Ali Beya and one by Jahrease Mays. The Huskies will play at home against West Anchorage next Friday at 7 p.m.

8:35 p.m.

First half score: Juneau 42, Wasilla 0.

Scoring summary

1st quarter — Gaby Soto 5-yard run (8:15); Noah Chambers 10-yard pass to Ali Beya (4:18).

2nd quarter —Noah Chambers 23-yard pass to Danny Isaak (10:01); Gaby Soto 5-yard run (7:16); Cooper Kriegmont 3-yard touchdown run (2:19); Noah Chambers 20-yard touchdown pass to Danny Isaak (0:28).

6:50 p.m.

The Huskies (2-1) are set to play the Wasilla Warriors, one of three remaining unbeaten Division I teams in the state, along with No. 1 Service (3-0) and No. 3 Chugiak (3-0). The Warriors outlasted West Valley, 39-32, in Week 1, before triumphing over North Pole, 28-12, and Kodiak, 42-0. Meanwhile, Juneau bounced back from their season-opening loss to Service with back-t0-back home blowouts over Antelope Union and Kenai.

Tonight’s game will be one of the Huskies’ two home conference games. After next Friday’s nonconference tilt against West Anchorage, the reigning state runner-up, Juneau plays on the road against Chugiak (Sept. 20) and Colony (Sept. 27). The Huskies wrap up the regular season at home Oct. 5 against Bartlett.

The Warriors are led by senior quarterback Colton Lindquist. In the last two games, the signal caller has thrown and ran for over a 100 yards, respectively.


• Contact sports reporter Nolin Ainsworth at 523-2272 or nainsworth@juneauempire.com.


Empire Live: Huskies host Warriors

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