Kenai’s Zach Burnett takes a handoff from Kardinals quarterback Bridger Beck as Tucker Vann (32) gets in position and North Pole’s Alexander Melson (9) moves in during the fourth quarter of Saturday’s Division II nonconference game at North Pole High School. (Photo by Danny Martin/Fairbanks Daily News-Miner)

Kenai’s Zach Burnett takes a handoff from Kardinals quarterback Bridger Beck as Tucker Vann (32) gets in position and North Pole’s Alexander Melson (9) moves in during the fourth quarter of Saturday’s Division II nonconference game at North Pole High School. (Photo by Danny Martin/Fairbanks Daily News-Miner)

North Pole football topples Kenai

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