Seems all the Seawolves do this season is set records -- that's what happens when you start 14-0.

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The time for what-ifs and second-guessing is over -- the state high school football playoffs drop this weekend and the margin for error narrows.Alaska Dispatch News
West returned to the top spot among large schools and Soldotna retained the No. 1 ranking it has owned all season among medium and small schools.Alaska Dispatch News
Dogs pulled humans who were on foot, or on bikes, scooters or other rigs. Oh, and it was a touch muddy.Alaska Dispatch News

Final day of the Chugiak Dog Mushers Association's Speedy Glass Dog Derby dryland championships on Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015.  

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A record crowd of 1,488 watched the Seawolves extend their record to 14-0 Saturday night at the Alaska Airlines Center.Alaska Dispatch News
The West Eagles, Kenai Kardinals and Sitka Wolves all won their first state cross country championships Saturday at muddy Bartlett High.Beth Bragg
In the medium-school division, Soldotna, owner of a state-record, 37-game winning streak, seeks a fourth straight crown. Defending small-school champion Eielson and Nikiski, both of which own two crowns in the last four season, are also back in the hunt.Doyle Woody
Wolverines senior Logan Murray in his new position at running back blazed for a 34-yard TD, at his usual receiving spot turned a screen pass into a 37-yard score, and delivered two sacks in his prep football finale.Doyle Woody
South's Joseph Hemry and Christine Hemry cruised to the boys and girls singles titles, respectively, and West was spearheaded by victories in girls doubles and mixed doubles.Alaska Dispatch News