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Petersburg boys battle Wrangell in tournament’s 1st round
Vikings and Wolves go the distance in long-standing rivalry.
Craig girls slow down Haines in region tournament
Lady Panthers earn 37-31 win
JDHS girls start tournament with dramatic win
A cross-town clash is up next.
Wrangell girls top Petersburg in Region V tournament opener
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Haines defeats Craig in boys Region V tournament opener
Glacier Bears chill Panthers with 68-39 win.
Closed: Find Me At The Gym
Basketball is a game that rounds out the rough edges of life.
Regions ready to rumble at Thunder Mountain High School
Tourney tips off this week.
2A Schools will fill gym at Region V Tournament
Top teams and players are among the state’s best.
Emotions high for JDHS girls and boys basketball senior night
Region V tournament begins March 8.
Glacier Swim Club hosts masters meet for the first time in Juneau
GSC breaks state records at masters meet.
Thunder Mountain strikes twice in senior night games
Boys and girls win in cross-town contests against JDHS.
JDHS boys secure first seed after win in Ketchikan
Crimson Bears boys record at 15-8.
JDHS girls go 1-1 at home against Ketchikan
Next up will be a pair of games against TMHS.
Haines Junction to Haines, Alaska bike relay returns June 17
Registration opens March 15 with spots for 1,200 cyclists
TMHS secures another close win against JDHS
The Juneau teams will meet again on Feb. 28 and March 1.
Glacier Swim Club places 2nd in Anchorage meet
Four swimmers broke team records.
JDHS notches win against Palmer ahead of conference play
Crimson Bears now sit with a 14-7 record.
Baxter passes 1K points, now eyes Thunder Mountain’s scoring summit
He’s the fastest in school history to hit 1,000-point mark.
Southeast Alaska Middle School Regional Wrestling Tournament comes to Floyd Dryden
Over 200 wrestlers from 13 different schools.
TMHS dealt a loss at home
Falcons win one, lose one with Ketchikan to split the regular season series.