Juneau-Douglas players Jenae Pusich, left and Sadie Tuckwood, right, put the pressure on Kayhi’s Ashley Hufine in the first quarter Friday night at the Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium. JDHS won 50-35 over the Lady Kings. (Hall Anderson | Ketchikan Daily News)

Juneau-Douglas players Jenae Pusich, left and Sadie Tuckwood, right, put the pressure on Kayhi’s Ashley Hufine in the first quarter Friday night at the Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium. JDHS won 50-35 over the Lady Kings. (Hall Anderson | Ketchikan Daily News)

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