ASBN Football Poll

LARGE SCHOOLS (Team, Record Overall and Conference, This week’s opponant)

1. Palmer (7-0, 5-0) vs

Wasilla (0-5 C.)

2. Service (6-1, 6-0) vs

West (5-1 C.)

3. North Pole (6-1, 4-1)

vs Colony (3-2 C.)

4. South (5-2, 5-1) vs

Dimond (3-3 C.)

5 West (5-2, 5-1) vs

Service (6-0 C.)

Others recieving votes

Colony (5-2, 3-2).

Juneau-Douglas is 4-3 overall and 3-2 in conference. The Crimson Bears play at West Valley (3-4, 2-3 C.) on Friday. A win guarantees them a playoff trip. Palmer, the Railbelt number one, will play the Cook Inlet Conference number four seed. North Pole and Colony are virtually guaranteed playoffs berths, Juneau and West Valley must win to get in. CIC’s South and West are tied at 5-1 for the second seed, Service (6-0) is in first and can clinch with a win over West this week, while Dimond (3-3) still has a chance to play in if they beat South and that could stir up the top placings as three teams could have identical records. East (4-3, 3-3 C.) can trump that if they beat Chugiak (2-5, 2-4) Friday, then Dimond is out. If Chugiak wins and Dimond loses, tie-breaker scenarios could favor the Mustangs.

MID-SMALL SCHOOLS (Team, Record, This week’s opponant)

1. Eielson (6-0) vs

Lathrop (2-5, 1-5)

2. Soldotna (6-1) vs

Kenai (2-2)

3. Nikiski (5-1) vs Barrow

4 Thunder Mountain (5-

2, 4-0) vs Argonaut, Calf

5. Homer (4-2) vs Kodiak

Thunder Mountain is the Southeast Conference number one seed and will host the Greatland Conference’s Homer or Kodiak, who played late Monday (Soldotna is the GLC number one seed and will host the other). The Falcons host Argonaut from California on Friday for senior night and the playoffs begin the following weekend.


Wed, 01/18/2017 - 00:02

Sports on TV for Wednesday, Jan. 18

COLLEGE BASKETBALL 2:30 p.m., SEC - Florida at South Carolina 3 p.m., BTN - Indiana at Penn St. 3 p.m., CBSSN - Temple at Cincinnati 3 p.m., ESPN2 - Oklahoma at West Virginia 3 p.m., ESPNU - Missouri at Alabama 3 p.m. Read more

Falcons salvage Shootout win

After losing their first two games in the Dimond Prep Shootout by a combined eight points, the Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball team salvaged a win from the Anchorage tournament with a 52-41 Saturday win over North Pole. Read more


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