The JAHA Women’s Tier fall champions Eagle Beach pose for a photo after defeating HECLA Greens Creek 4-1 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Eagle Beach players (not in order pictured): Amber LeBlanc, Ana Enge, Becca Parks, Brian McHenry, Carole Baker, Claire Baldwin, Emily Russo Miller, Kath Hansen, Laurel Shoop, Michele Drummond, Morgan Ramseth, Selena Higgins. (Courtesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

The JAHA Women’s Tier fall champions Eagle Beach pose for a photo after defeating HECLA Greens Creek 4-1 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Eagle Beach players (not in order pictured): Amber LeBlanc, Ana Enge, Becca Parks, Brian McHenry, Carole Baker, Claire Baldwin, Emily Russo Miller, Kath Hansen, Laurel Shoop, Michele Drummond, Morgan Ramseth, Selena Higgins. (Courtesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

Eagle Beach women, four others squads crowned adult hockey champions

The championship games were Sunday at Treadwell Arena.

The Juneau Adult Hockey Association crowned champions from the A, B, C, Women’s and Over 40 divisions on Sunday at Treadwell Arena.

Carpenter’s Local 1281 received two goals from Danny Amos the final six minutes of the Tier A championship game, winning 4-3. Goalie Thomas McKenzie made 39 saves for Louie’s, who scored all three of its goals in the second period.

The JAHA A Tier fall champions Carpenters Local 1281 pose for a photo after defeating Louie’s 4-3 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Back row (L to R): Andrew Dimond, Nolin Ainsworth, Quin Gist, Matt Elliott, Matt Taintor. Front row: Danny Amos, Zane Chapman, Pete Sommers, Ryan Liebelt, Justin Fantasia. (Coutesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

The JAHA A Tier fall champions Carpenters Local 1281 pose for a photo after defeating Louie’s 4-3 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Back row (L to R): Andrew Dimond, Nolin Ainsworth, Quin Gist, Matt Elliott, Matt Taintor. Front row: Danny Amos, Zane Chapman, Pete Sommers, Ryan Liebelt, Justin Fantasia. (Coutesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

The Kensington Goaldminers overcame a one-goal deficit to defeat the Douglas Whalers 3-1 in the Tier B championship game. Scott Shields rallied the Goaldminers to victory with two third-period goals.

The JAHA B Tier fall champions Kensington Goaldminers pose for a photo after defeating the Douglas Whalers 3-1 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Kensington Goaldminers players (not in order pictured): Bret Connell, Brian Thomason, Christopher Coutu, Edward Petrie, Eli Barsy, Ian Leary, Jacob Thayer, Jake Jacoby, Jason Haffner, Jason Ginter, Jeremy Shakespeare, Matt McGuan. (Courtesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

The JAHA B Tier fall champions Kensington Goaldminers pose for a photo after defeating the Douglas Whalers 3-1 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Kensington Goaldminers players (not in order pictured): Bret Connell, Brian Thomason, Christopher Coutu, Edward Petrie, Eli Barsy, Ian Leary, Jacob Thayer, Jake Jacoby, Jason Haffner, Jason Ginter, Jeremy Shakespeare, Matt McGuan. (Courtesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

Wayne Coleman posted a shutout and Croix Fylpa and Brady Wilson tallied goals in Alaska Airlines’ 2-0 C Tier championship victory over Coeur Alaska.

The JAHA C Tier fall champions Alaska Airlines pose for a photo after defeating Coeur Alaska 2-0 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Alaska Airlines players (not in order pictured): Brady Wilson, Suzanne McGee, John Lamantia, Blake Rider, Barney Schneider, Ana Enge, Katherine Cornelius, Jeffrey Smith, Jason Tapley, Croix Fylpa, Justin Poff, Ken Arnold, Patrick Rodgers. (Courtesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

The JAHA C Tier fall champions Alaska Airlines pose for a photo after defeating Coeur Alaska 2-0 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Alaska Airlines players (not in order pictured): Brady Wilson, Suzanne McGee, John Lamantia, Blake Rider, Barney Schneider, Ana Enge, Katherine Cornelius, Jeffrey Smith, Jason Tapley, Croix Fylpa, Justin Poff, Ken Arnold, Patrick Rodgers. (Courtesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

Eagle Beach knocked off HECLA Greens Creek 4-1 in the Women’s Tier championship game, while three Royal Winnipeg players scored to down Dupont Whalers 3-2 in the Over 40 title game.

The JAHA 40+ Tier fall champions Royal Winnipeg pose for a photo after defeating Dupont Whalers 3-2 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Royal Winnepeg players (not in order pictured): Aaron Jacobs, Brant Oliphant, Brent Doutt, Brian McHenry, Christopher Thorn, David Anderson, Don Schneider, Jayme Johns, Jeffrey Johns, Jesse Young, Matthew Reece, Scott Sell, Stephanie Kohlhase. (Coutesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)

The JAHA 40+ Tier fall champions Royal Winnipeg pose for a photo after defeating Dupont Whalers 3-2 in the title game Sunday at Treadwell Arena. Royal Winnepeg players (not in order pictured): Aaron Jacobs, Brant Oliphant, Brent Doutt, Brian McHenry, Christopher Thorn, David Anderson, Don Schneider, Jayme Johns, Jeffrey Johns, Jesse Young, Matthew Reece, Scott Sell, Stephanie Kohlhase. (Coutesy Photo | Claire Baldwin)


• Contact sports reporter Nolin Ainsworth at 523-2272 or nainsworth@juneauempire.com.


Eagle Beach women, four others squads crowned adult hockey champions
Eagle Beach women, four others squads crowned adult hockey champions
Eagle Beach women, four others squads crowned adult hockey champions
Eagle Beach women, four others squads crowned adult hockey champions
Eagle Beach women, four others squads crowned adult hockey champions

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