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Here’s the results.
Despite promising first half, winning streak snapped at 3.
Juneau faced what might have been their hardest competition yet.
New faces, new roles on display.
Thunder Mountain High School sophomore Kiah Dihle proved mightier than the rest of the field at the Petersburg Invitational on Saturday. Dihle took first place… Continue reading
Tlingit and Tsimshian coach is heading to Stanford.
They’re winners of three straight.
See scenes from the shellacking.
Juneau tries to remain undefeated at home.
Trap shooter remains sharp at senior games.
The race starts Friday in Skagway.
Three Juneau players finished in the top five.
Capital City Invitational Aug. 31, 2019 Boys results — 1, Dominic Baciocco, Sitka, 15:56; 2, Siyel George, Haines, 16:39; 3, Tucker Kelly, TMHS, 16:39; 4,… Continue reading
… by over 30 seconds.
Southeast teams gather for first meet of the year.
One Husky scored three touchdowns.
Dunkin’ Doggos is open for business.
Air quality jumbles Juneau football.
She’s leads by example and word.