Juneau Huskies Play Bartlett Saturday in Anchoage and on the Air Waves

    Huskies Jamal Johnson (7), Wallace Adams (84) and Jarrell Williams (1) tackle East fullback Calvin Aioso (14) earlier this season at Adair Kennedy Field. The Huskies play at Bartlett, Saturday, and on KINY & Hawk 107.9.

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The state's top ranked Juneau Huskies football team will play against the Bartlett Golden Bears on Saturday in Anchorage and the game will be broadcast live at 2 p.m. on KINY 800 AM and 94.9 FM radio, and Juneau's local sports station the Hawk 107.9 FM.

    Juneau leads the Cook Inlet Conference with a 4-1 record and based on strength of schedule to date sits ahead of East (4-1) and  West (4-1) with Colony (3-2), Bartlett (3-2), South (1-3), Service (1-4) and Dimond (0-4) rounding out the pecking order.

    Bartlett features 18 seniors, 21 juniors and one sophomore.

    Conference games this weekend include East Anchorage at West Anchorage, Dimond at Colony and South Anchorage at Service.

    Last week scores included Juneau 49 at Service 12,  East 35 at Colony 12, West 35 at Dimond 9 and Bartlett 30 at South 22.

    Conference team scores to date include:

      No. 1 Juneau has defeated Service 49-12, East 39-28, Colony 53-12, Dimond 35-6 and lost to West 49-23.

      No. 2 East defeated Colony 50-26, Lathrop 50-26, South 59-22, Service 45-22 and lost to Juneau 39-28.

      No. 3 West defeated Dimond 35-9, Juneau 49-23, Bartlett 33-9, Service 35-6 and lost to South 46-34.

      No. 4 Colony defeated South 34-31, Wasilla 34-14, Bartlett 40-13 and lost to Juneau 53-12 and East 35-12.

      No. 5 Bartlett defeated South 30-22, Palmer 22-15 and Dimond 14-8, and lost to West 33-9 and Colony 40-13.

      No. 6 South defeated West 46-34, and lost to East 59-22, Colony 34-31 and Bartlett 30-22.

      No. 7 Service defeated Dimond 26-20, and lost to East 45-22, West 35-6, Soldotna 48-34 and Juneau 49-12.

      No. 8 Dimond has lost to Juneau 35-6, Bartlett 14-8, Service 26-20 and West 35-9.

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