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With Chugiak upending Service 14-13 on Friday, just five undefeated large-school teams remain in the state. Those five squads also find themselves in the latest Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network prep football poll.
Juneau-Douglas (3-0) ascended to the No. 2 spot in the poll after routing North Pole 30-13 on Saturday. The Crimson Bears started the season as the fourth-ranked team and spent the last two weeks ranked third.
The Mustangs (3-0) regained the top spot following its one-point victory. Chugiak has won its first three games by a grand total of five points.
Service, last week's top-ranked team, dropped from the top five.
Dimond moved up to third position after blanking West Anchorage 15-0.
1. Chugiak (3-0)
2. JDHS (3-0)
3. Dimond (3-0)
4. Colony (3-0)
5. Wasilla (3-0)
1. Soldotna (3-0)
2. Kodiak (2-1)
3. Eielson (2-1)
4. Kenai Central (2-1)
5. Valdez (2-1)
Colony jumped from fifth to fourth Monday. The Knights stayed perfect after ripping West Valley 40-7.
Upstart Wasilla was ranked fifth after topping small-school Skyview over the weekend. The Warriors (3-0) have already won more games this year than all of last season.
In the small-school poll, Soldotna kept its stranglehold on No. 1 after another impressive victory. The Stars topped Seward.
Kodiak moved up to second after topping Kenai Central. The Kardinals fell to fourth after the loss.
Eielson leapt to fifth place while Valdez jumped back into the top five.