Top row from left: Owen Squires, Ronan Lynch, Matthew Campbell, Nolin Ainsworth, Greyson Liebelt, Bill Bosse, Grant Ainsworth, Eric Verrelli, Chris Klawonn, Ryan Liebelt, Corey Box, Dalton Hoy, Zander Hoke, Andrew Ainsworth, Robin Woodby, Nick Rutecki. Bottom row: Logan Ginter, Dawson Hickok, Cameron Smith, Dillon Tomaro, Cole Cheeseman, Zach Bicknell, Niko Hebert, Zach Hebert, Zane Chapman, Jacob Dale, Michael Dale. Bottom row: Wolf Dostal. (Courtesy Photo | Kyle Hebert)

Top row from left: Owen Squires, Ronan Lynch, Matthew Campbell, Nolin Ainsworth, Greyson Liebelt, Bill Bosse, Grant Ainsworth, Eric Verrelli, Chris Klawonn, Ryan Liebelt, Corey Box, Dalton Hoy, Zander Hoke, Andrew Ainsworth, Robin Woodby, Nick Rutecki. Bottom row: Logan Ginter, Dawson Hickok, Cameron Smith, Dillon Tomaro, Cole Cheeseman, Zach Bicknell, Niko Hebert, Zach Hebert, Zane Chapman, Jacob Dale, Michael Dale. Bottom row: Wolf Dostal. (Courtesy Photo | Kyle Hebert)

Photo: JDHS hockey alums square off

Reliving the glory days.

Graduates of Juneau-Douglas High School hockey team squared off on the ice for old time’s sake Thursday night.

In this year’s annual hockey alumni game, even-year graduates defeated the odd-year graduates 8-7 at Treadwell Arena.

Here’s a photo from the game. The even-year graduates are pictured in red, and the odd-year grads in white.

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