A convincing 20-6 victory over Colony helped the Juneau-Douglas High School football team remain on top of the latest Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network prep football poll.
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The Crimson Bears (6-0) stayed first in the large-school division for the second week in a row.
Service (5-1) remained second after thumping Dimond while South Anchorage (4-2) moves from fourth to third after a sound 49-2 defeat of Bartlett.
Chugiak (4-2) jumped back into the top five Monday. The Mustangs were voted fourth after ripping winless Eagle River 52-7.
East Anchorage (3-3) rounds out the top five after its 46-0 destruction of cross-town rivals West Anchorage.
Dimond (4-2) and Bartlett (3-3) dropped out of the large-school top five Monday.
1. JDHS (6-0)
2. Service (5-1)
3. South (4-2)
4. Chugiak (4-2)
5. East (3-3)
1. Soldotna (6-0)
2. Kenai Central (5-1)
3. Kodiak (4-2)
4. Eielson (4-2)
5. Barrow (3-2)
The small-school poll saw plenty of movement except at the top.
Soldotna (6-0) was voted first for the sixth straight week this season after hanging 70 points on last week's second-ranked Kodiak. The Stars are averaging an astonishing 58 points per game.
Kenai Central (5-1) moved to second place after beating Homer 49-17.
Kodiak (4-2) dropped to third after its 70-14 loss to the top-ranked Stars.
Eielson (4-2) sits in fourth after falling to large-school North Pole in the annual Blood Bowl.
Rounding out the top five is Barrow (3-2). The Whalers, in their second year of existence, defeated Delta Junction 48-0 to make their first-ever poll appearance.