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Saturday, December 26

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, 8 p.m., TMHS girls host Chugiak.

HOCKEY

Home, 7-9 p.m., JDHS Alumni Hockey Game. No admission charge.

Sunday, December 27

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

JDHS, 3 p.m., Capital City Classic Slam Dunk and 3-point shooting contest

Monday, December 28

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

JDHS, 1 p.m., Kenai v. Chugiak (girls)

JDHS, 3 p.m., Kentlake v. Sitka (boys)

JDHS, 5 p.m., JDHS v. Sitka (girls)

JDHS, 7 p.m., JDHS v. Hydaburg (boys)

Tuesday, December 29

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

JDHS, 1 p.m., Sitka v. Chugiak (girls)

JDHS, 3 p.m., Hydaburg v. Kentlake (boys)

JDHS, 5 p.m., JDHS v. Kenai (girls)

JDHS, 7 p.m., JDHS v. Sitka (boys)

Wednesday, December 30

JDHS, 1 p.m., Kenai v. Sitka (girls)

JDHS, 3 p.m., Hydaburg v. Sitka (boys)

JDHS, 5 p.m., JDHS v. Chugiak (girls)

JDHS, 7 p.m., JDHS v. Kentlake (boys)

Friday, January 8

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, TBA, TMHS boys host JDHS.

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, TBA, TMHS girls at Colony.

Home, 8 p.m., JDHS hosts Bartlett High School.

Saturday, January 9

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, TBA, TMHS boys host JDHS.

Away, TBA, TMHS girls at Palmer.

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Home, 2:45 p.m., JDHS hosts Bartlett High School.

Wednesday, January 13

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, 3 p.m., JDHS at Lathrop, Big Dipper Arena.

Thursday, January 14

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, 4:15 p.m., JDHS at Lathrop, Big Dipper Arena.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, 6:15 p.m., 8 p.m., TMHS Girls vs. Sitka, TMHS.

Friday, January 15

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, 4:30 p.m., 6:15 p.m., TMHS girls host Sitka.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, 8 p.m., TMHS boys host Service.

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, 6:30 p.m., JDHS at South Anchorage, Ben Boeke Arena (JV 5).

Saturday, January 16

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, TBA, JDHS/TMHS boys/girls host Service.

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, 7:15 p.m., JDHS at Chugiak, McDonald Center (JV 5:45).

Friday, January 22

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Home, 8 p.m., JDHS hosts North Pole at Treadwell Arena.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS boys host Kodiak at JDHS.

Away, TMHS boys at Anchorage East/South.

Away, TMHS girls at Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS girls at Mt. Edgecumbe/Sitka.

Saturday, January 23

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Home, 8 p.m., JDHS hosts North Pole at Treadwell Arena.

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS boys host Kodiak at JDHS.

Away, TMHS boys at Anchorage East/South.

Away, TMHS girls at Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS girls at Mt. Edgecumbe/Sitka.

Friday, January 29

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS girls host Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS boys at Ketchikan.

Away, TMHS boys at Fairbanks.

Saturday, January 30

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS girls host Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS boys at Ketchikan.

Away, TMHS boys at Fairbanks.

Friday, February 5

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, TMHS boys host Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS/TMHS girls at Dimond.

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, TBA, JDHS at MAC Playoffs, Fairbanks’ Patty Center.

Saturday, February 6

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, TMHS boys host Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS/TMHS girls at Dimond.

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, TBA, JDHS at MAC Playoffs, Fairbanks’ Patty Center.

Thursday, February 11

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, TBA, ASAA State Championships, Wasilla’s Menard Center.

Friday, February 12

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS/TMHS boys host Sitka.

Home, TMHS girls host JDHS.

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, TBA, ASAA State Championships, Wasilla’s Menard Center.

Saturday, February 13

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS/TMHS boys host Sitka.

Home, TMHS girls host JDHS

HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY

Away, TBA, ASAA State Championships, Wasilla’s Menard Center.

Friday, February 19

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, TMHS girls host Ketchikan.

Away, TMHS boys at Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS boys at Mt. Edgecumbe.

Saturday, February 20

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, TMHS girls host Ketchikan.

Away, TMHS boys at Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS boys at Mt. Edgecumbe.

Friday, February 26

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS/TMHS boys host Mt. Edgecumbe/Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS girls at Ketchikan. TMHS girls at Mt. Edgecumbe/Sitka.

Saturday, February 27

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS/TMHS boys host Mt. Edgecumbe/Ketchikan.

Away, JDHS girls at Ketchikan. TMHS girls at Mt. Edgecumbe/Sitka.

Friday, March 4

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS boys/girls host TMHS.

Saturday, March 5

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Home, JDHS boys/girls host TMHS.

Wednesday, March 9

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Away, Region V Tournament at Mt. Edgecumbe/Sitka.

Thursday, March 10

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Away, Region V Tournament at Mt. Edgecumbe/Sitka.

Friday, March 11

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Away, Region V Tournament at Mt. Edgecumbe/Sitka.

Saturday, March 12

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Away, Region V Tournament at Mt. Edgecumbe/Sitka.

Thursday, March 24

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Away, ASAA State Tournament at Anchorage.

Friday, March 25

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Away, ASAA State Tournament at Anchorage.

Saturday, March 26

HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Away, ASAA State Tournament at Anchorage.

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