Tony Brooke, the football coach of the Redington Huskies, often doesn't sleep well after a game. He replays pivotal moments that led to a loss. He plots ways to spark a young team that knows about losing, but not about winning.The opening night of Alaska's high school football season brought another sleepless night for Brooke. But for all of the right reasons.The Huskies, a three-year-old school in Knik that was 0-12 in its first two seasons, broke into the win column in decisive fashion by beating Monroe Catholic 54-40 Friday night in Fairbanks."We were so hyped up it was actually hard to get to sleep," Brooke said. "I'm sure there's a few guys who didn't sleep at all."[On busy day of football in Anchorage, Lynx stage upset][Top-ranked Golden Bears...
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Redington Huskies savor 1st football victory