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Falcons win one, lose one with Ketchikan to split the regular season series.
“This tournament is a generational thing.”
Falcons never looked back after a 26-point first quarter.
Palmer Thursday, Ketchikan on Friday and Saturday.
Both Juneau teams play again on Feb. 21.
Hunting expos are a lot like soccer in that I’m not experienced enough to know the hierarchy.
They followed a Friday loss with a 22-point win.
Crimson Bears girls finish 1-1 agaisnt Mt. Edgecumbe.
A single point gave the Thunder Mountain High School girls basketball team its 12th win of the season. Thursday, TMHS hosted Mount Edgecumbe High School… Continue reading
Sophomores Kerra and Cailynn Baxter and juniors Jaya and Mikah Carandang talk chemistry, advantages
Crimson Bears beat Service High School in pre-tourny game.
The team finished second and was honored with the tournament’s sportsmanship award.
Second game between Juneau teams went a lot like the first.
JDHS and TMHS play again Thursday night.
TMHS girls now 7-0.
Next, they play two cross-town games.
Next up, is an away game against Service High School.
Similar final scores, but two very different games.
Another day, another 2-point game.
Transcending Treadwell: Anna Dale hopes to play hockey at the next level and inspire others to get on the ice
“She’s somebody who takes some risks, keeps people together and goes to bat for the team.”