The top-ranked teams in the latest Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network football poll will battle each other in Week 3. 

South Anchorage, the No. 1 team in Division I, travels to the Kenai Peninsula to take on Soldotna, the state’s top Division II squad.

South improved to 2-0 last week with a 38-7 victory over Colony. Soldotna (1-0) did not play last week as the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District canceled all athletic events because of the Swan Lake Fire. 

Service (2-0) moved up to No. 2 in the Division I rankings following its 55-0 thumping of Bartlett. 

Last week’s No. 1 East Anchorage (1-1) lost to Ceasar Chavez of Arizona 53-0 and dropped to third. 

Chugiak (2-0) doubled its win total of last season with a victory over Kodiak and moved up a spot to fourth in this week’s poll. 

Wasilla (2-0) took out North Pole 28-12 last week and emerged in the rankings at No. 5. 

Houston (2-0) moved to second in the Division II/III poll following a 19-14 victory over Eagle River. 

Barrow (1-0) and Eielson (1-0) did not play last week but remained at No. 3 and No. 4 in the rankings. 

Palmer (1-1) topped Dimond 37-15 last week and grabbed the fifth spot in the poll. 

 

 

 

Division I (this week’s opponent)

1. South Anchorage, 2-0 (at Soldotna)

2. Service, 2-0 (West Valley)

3. East Anchorage, 1-1 (West)

4. Chugiak, 2-0 (at Bartlett)

5. Wasilla, 2-0 (at Kodiak)

 

 

Division II

1. Soldotna, 1-0 (vs. South Anchorage)

2. Houston, 2-0 (at Barrow)

3. Barrow, 1-0 (vs. Houston)

4. Eielson, 1-0 (vs. Ketchikan)

5. Palmer, 1-1 (at Colony)

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