Thunder Mountain’s Matthew Hartsock and Jacob Babcock celebrate one of Hartsock’s first-half goals during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match with Monroe Catholic Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Matthew Hartsock and Jacob Babcock celebrate one of Hartsock’s first-half goals during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match with Monroe Catholic Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Photos: Juneau Boys Soccer State Tournament Action

Photos from JDHS and TMHS first-round games.

Photos of ASAA/First National Bank Alaska state boys soccer championships.

All photos by Michael Dinneen, for the Juneau Empire.

Read a recap of the games here: ‘They were playing for Kieran’: Falcon boys show heart in tourney opener

Juneau-Douglas’ Aiden Hopson battles Palmer’s Duston Corbin in the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Aiden Hopson battles Palmer’s Duston Corbin in the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

From left, Juneau-Douglas’ Kanon Goetz heads the ball as Palmer’s Ian Roberts looks on during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

From left, Juneau-Douglas’ Kanon Goetz heads the ball as Palmer’s Ian Roberts looks on during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Koby Goldstein, center, heads the ball as teammate Richard Lehner looks on during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. For Palmer are Makeehan Knittle, left and Pedro Gonzalez. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Koby Goldstein, center, heads the ball as teammate Richard Lehner looks on during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. For Palmer are Makeehan Knittle, left and Pedro Gonzalez. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Bernard Yadao and an unidentified Monroe Catholic player battle for possession during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Bernard Yadao and an unidentified Monroe Catholic player battle for possession during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Richard Lehner blasts between Palmer’s Logan Crews, left and Ian Roberts during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Richard Lehner blasts between Palmer’s Logan Crews, left and Ian Roberts during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Wallace Adams reaches for the ball between a pair of unidentified Monroe Catholic players during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Wallace Adams reaches for the ball between a pair of unidentified Monroe Catholic players during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

From left, Juneau-Douglas’ Kaiden Wilshusen, Kanon Goetz and Richard Lehner celebrate a first-half goal against Palmer during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

From left, Juneau-Douglas’ Kaiden Wilshusen, Kanon Goetz and Richard Lehner celebrate a first-half goal against Palmer during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Gavin Gende keeps a pair of unidentified Monroe Catholic players at bay during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Gavin Gende keeps a pair of unidentified Monroe Catholic players at bay during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Matthew Hartsock, right, challenges Monroe Catholic’s Joshua Gray and keeper Trae Puryear with a shot during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match with Monroe Catholic Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Matthew Hartsock, right, challenges Monroe Catholic’s Joshua Gray and keeper Trae Puryear with a shot during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match with Monroe Catholic Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Gavin Gende is helped through the air by an unidentified Monroe Catholic player during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Gavin Gende is helped through the air by an unidentified Monroe Catholic player during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Crispin Campbell and an unidentified Monroe Catholic player battle for possession during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Thunder Mountain’s Crispin Campbell and an unidentified Monroe Catholic player battle for possession during their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Kanon Goetz is upended by Palmer’s Michael Lovejoy in the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Kanon Goetz is upended by Palmer’s Michael Lovejoy in the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Jackson Norberg flies to the ball between Palmer’s Duncan Hetrick, left and Ian Roberts during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Jackson Norberg flies to the ball between Palmer’s Duncan Hetrick, left and Ian Roberts during the first half of their ASAA/First National Bank Alaska soccer state championship match Thursday evening at Service High School in Anchorage. (Michael Dinneen | For the Juneau Empire)

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