Soldotna captures 7th straight Alaska high school football state championship

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Soldotna saw its 59 game win streak snapped on opening night, but when the curtain fell on the Division II season on Saturday, the Stars were in a familiar position.

The Stars captured their seventh straight championship with a 46-14 victory over Eagle River in the Division II championship game. Soldotna used its usual hard-nose run game to amass 285 yards in the victory.

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Soldotna has now won 11 overall state football championships with ten of them coming under the direction of Galen Brantley, Jr.

Soldotna finishes 9-1 with a nine game win streak, having won 68 of its last 69 games.

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