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Fresh off a 35-0 thrashing of rival Service, South climbed into the No. 1 spot among large schools in the Alaska Sports Broadcasting Network football poll, and previous No. 1 Bartlett tumbled to No. 4.

West defeated Bartlett 35-32 in a Cook Inlet Conference football matchup Saturday to hand the Golden Bears their first loss of the season. 
Dimond's Jordan Tufaga rushed for 256 yards and five touchdowns and returned a fumble for another score Saturday, accounting for all six Lynx touchdowns in a 38-15 Cook Inlet Conference victory over East.
All five of the Cook Inlet Conference's five berths to the state football playoffs have been clinched, but seeding is still up for grabs with one week left in the regular season.
The Juneau girls won the team title at Saturday's Bartlett-Chugiak Invitational swimming and diving meet, and the Dimond boys easily outdistanced the competition.
Service spent most of Friday night kicking away from Justice Augafa. The one time it failed to do so, the South speedster made the Cougars suffer and capped a 35-0 Cook Inlet Conference victory that also included stout defense from South.
Chugiak defeated rival Eagle River 50-13 in a Cook Inlet Conference football game Friday night to win the first "Battle of the Bridge" trophy.
The majority of Cook Inlet Conference football teams have embraced the no-huddle offense, using plays signaled from the sideline that correspond to information on wrist bands worn by players on offense.
Bartlett High will host several big sporting events Saturday, but administrators say they're ready for the crowds. 
The Service Cougars snapped Dimond's winning streak at 42 games Saturday with a 20-7 flag football win over the Lynx.

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