Prairie High School junior Kendyl Carson drives to the basket during a game against Kelso High School in Kelso, Washington, on Dec. 20, 2018. Carson and the Falcons won the Class 3A state girls basketball tournament earlier this month. Carson left Juneau two years ago to pursue her basketball dreams in Washington, but said she’s gearing up to come home to play her senior season at Juneau-Douglas High School. (Mike Schultz | Clark County Today)

Prairie High School junior Kendyl Carson drives to the basket during a game against Kelso High School in Kelso, Washington, on Dec. 20, 2018. Carson and the Falcons won the Class 3A state girls basketball tournament earlier this month. Carson left Juneau two years ago to pursue her basketball dreams in Washington, but said she’s gearing up to come home to play her senior season at Juneau-Douglas High School. (Mike Schultz | Clark County Today)

Former Juneau hoopster’s team wins Washington state championship

Kendyl Carson scored 23 points in state semis

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