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Friday Night High School Football Scores: Week Two

Friday night games are officially in the books for the second week of action.

Doug Harris will be joining the Race Team as Race Marshal to head up the officials.

Barnes will work with all Alaska Nanooks Student Athletes from each of the 10 Varsity Sports.

High School Tennis teams had to dry the courts off themselves during a rain delay Thursday.

North Pole vs. Kenai, Eielson vs. Seward, Lathrop vs. West, Monroe vs. Nikiski.

Hockey Club Fairbanks holding girl's program tryouts this weekend

UAF Volleyball ready to improve on last season's 3-24 record

High School Football week 1 polls announced

Summer's final running events around the corner

High School Tennis opens 2017 season

West Valley Invitational opens high school cross-country season

UAF's Dallas Ferguson honored before departing for Calgary

Frieda Wiley's monster Halibut still tops at Valdez Derby

Alaska International Senior Games Hockey

Friday night football season opener highlights

Dimond Lynx upset #5 Lathrop Malemutes in season opener

Friday night high school football recap

High School Football opening night

Alaska high school sports programs reclassified to DI, DII, DIII: football season kicks off

Alaska Nanooks fall sports return

Fairbanks Eclipse youth soccer teams fall short at Alaska Cup Tournament

Final Golf tournament of the summer wraps up Fairbanks competitive matches

High School Fall sports begin this weekend

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