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JDHS is rolling at home.
JDHS remained undefeated in conference play.
Lane Styers will be reliving a portion of his hockey career this weekend. Styers, 23, is the head coach of the Houston High School hockey… Continue reading
Wednesday marked the first official day of the 2018-19 high school basketball season. A total of 14 teams will be making their way to the… Continue reading
Patrick Kearney helps keep downtown church running.
Thane Ore House is officially no longer.
Tryptophan didn’t slow them down.
The Juneau Lions Club is accepting letters of interest from teams for the 73rd annual Gold Medal Basketball Tournament, March 17-23, 2019, at Juneau-Douglas High… Continue reading
The Juneau-Douglas High School hockey team crowned “Team Russia” (Zac Stagg, Fin Shibler, Chance Turinsky, Dalton Hoy, Owen Squires, Dawson Hickok) as the eighth annual… Continue reading
He’s ran at sea-level in Alaska and 6,000 feet in Colorado. He’s trod across the Golden Gate Bridge in California and through the Sandhills of… Continue reading
The Thunder Mountain High School wrestling team brought nine wrestlers to the Lancer Smith Memorial on Friday and Saturday at the Menard Sports Complex in… Continue reading
JDHS wins big over Palmer
Your shot for free turkey.
It was the Crimson Bears’ home opener and first victory of the season.
JDHS hockey plays Palmer this weekend
The Alliance for the Support of American Legion Baseball in Alaska is hosting the ninth annual Professional Baseball Clinic Nov. 30-Dec. 2 at West Anchorage… Continue reading
The midterm elections may be over, but in the world of Alaska sports, election season is still going. For the remainder of the month, the… Continue reading
Wolf Dostal is the Juneau Empire’s player of the week. Dostal, a senior at Juneau-Douglas High School, made 39 saves in a 5-1 loss to… Continue reading
The Juneau Parks and Recreation fall volleyball postseason tournament crowned seven champions on Wednesday and Thursday. Top-seeded Island Sons (Men’s Division 1), Koopa Troopas (Men’s… Continue reading