A high school basketball rests on a gym floor at Thunder Mountain High School, which this week will be the site of the 2A and 4A Region V tournaments. (Ben Hohenstatt / Juneau Empire File)

A high school basketball rests on a gym floor at Thunder Mountain High School, which this week will be the site of the 2A and 4A Region V tournaments. (Ben Hohenstatt / Juneau Empire File)

Update: Saturday schedule shifts

A schedule and brackets for the upcoming tournament.

The Juneau Empire’s expanded coverage of the Region V tournament is made possible by Sealaska Corp. Thanks to this sponsorship, this article —and all 2023 Region V coverage — is available online without a subscription to the Empire.

For the first time ever, the Region V 2A/4A Tournament is being held at Thunder Mountain High School.

The tournament will bring a flurry of basketball, cheer and dance events to Juneau beginning Wednesday and lasting through Saturday.

A full schedule of events and basketball brackets, as provided by tournament organizers, are below:

Wednesday, March 8, 2023

9 a.m. Cheer Clinic (JDHS gym)

10 a.m. Dance Clinic (JDHS gym)

11:30 a.m. Game 1 2A Girls 4v5 Session 1

1:15 p.m. Game 2 2A Boys 4v5

3 p.m. Game 3 4A Girls 2v3 Session 2

4:45 p.m. Game 4 4A Boys 2v3

6:30 p.m. Game 5 2A Girls 2v3 Session 3

8:15 p.m. Game 6 2A Boys 2v3

Thursday, March 9, 2023

11:30 a.m. Game 7 2A Girls Session 4

1:15 p.m. Game 8 2A Boys

3 p.m. Game 9 2A Girls

4:45 p.m. Game 10 2A Boys 6:30 p.m. Game 11 4A Girls Session 5

8:15 p.m. Game 12 4A Boys

Friday, March 10, 2023

8 a.m. Game 13 2A Girls Session 6

9:45 a.m. Game 14 2A Boys

11:30 a.m. Game 15 4A Girls Session 7

1:15 p.m. Game 16 4A Boys

3 p.m. Game 17 2A Girls Championship Session 8

4:45 p.m. Game 18 2A Boys Championship

6:30 p.m. Game 19 4A Girls Championship Session 9

8:15 p.m. Game 20 4A Boys Championship

Saturday, March 11

10:30 a.m. Skills Competition @ TMHS

1 p.m. Dance Adjudication (Dance/Cheer Awards to Follow) @ JDHS

4:45 p.m. Girls 2A 2nd Place @ TMHS

6:30 p.m. Boys 2A 2nd Place @ TMHS

8:15 p.m. Boys 4A Championship @ TMHSBasketball Awards to follow 4A Championship

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