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Huskies get into first-half dogfight with top-ranked Anchorage West before losing 48-7 to end season
Juneau takes an early lead, then loses it on a few critical plays resulting in Anchorage touchdowns.
#8 Juneau faces #1 West Anchorage, but “Jayden Johnson is the most explosive player in the state.”
Juneau, last place at 0-7 in conference, faces top-seed Anchorage West in playoffs.
JV players make up one-third of Juneau’s squad during matchup against top team in conference.
Juneau takes early lead at home, but Colony rallies during occasionally heavy rain Friday night.
Juneau gets first win as replacement QB Hayden Aube overcomes goal-line fumbles, scores winning TD.
With a smartphone and no previous experience, pair giving fans in Juneau an interactive experience.
Bad snap, kicks and coverage result in TDs for Anchorage team as Juneau drops to 0-4.
Juneau scores TDs of 91, 73, 71 and 51 yards, turns 24-7 deficit into 33-32 lead before losing 40-33
Head coach optimistic for the season despite major turnover.
The night raised approximately $13,000 to go toward the upcoming season.
ASAA Division I First National Bowl championship
In an Alaska high school football season filled with stars, these two have been out of this world.
Juneau will face Colony High School in Anchorage.
Kickoff is set for 3 p.m.
Juneau on cloud 9-0.
Huskies hang on — but not without last-minute drama.
Juneau football still undefeated on the season.
Cook Inlet Conference’s top dogs welcome Washington state team
337 yards for Jamal Johnson.