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Small teams and empty gyms were the rule, not the exception this year.
Juneau residents look out for each other.
It’s back to the mats
It may not have been a perfect ending but they got there together.
They won four straight after opening the tournament with a tie.
The Juneau Capitals swept six opposing teams en route to claiming a state title in Kenai.
Juneau’s club teams accounted handily for themselves, however.
The Thunder Mountain girls were not so fortunate.
JDHS will combat Ketchikan for the regional title Saturday.
Local team advances in double-overtime game.
Submitted by Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé girls basketball coach Steve Potter.
The winner will go on to face Ketchikan for the title.
At age 34, many believe he could one day become the Iditarod’s greatest champion.
A course change put volunteer in place for rescue.
The student thanked parents and coaches for their support of his baseball career.
By MARK THIESSEN Associated Press ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Iditarod musher Aliy Zirkle has been injured in this year’s race and flown to Anchorage in stable… Continue reading
JDHS win clinches team No. 1 seed in the Region V tournament.
This year’s Iditarod will be marked by pandemic precautions, a route change, no spectators and more.
For some, the Region V tournament is the last time they put on a jersey. For others it’s a catalyst.
Juneau teams play packed week of games as regular season winds down.