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Scores at a glance for the week of Jan. 14

Quick recaps for local teams.

Scores were submitted by coaches and parent volunteers. Have a score or results to submit? Email editor@juneauempire.com with “Scores at a glance” in the subject line.

Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball

Record: 2-4

Jan. 13 at Palmer

Final score: 57-54, TMHS.

Key stat: Thomas Baxter led all scorers with 20 points.

Jan. 8 at Ketchikan High School

Final score: 60-46, Kayhi.

Key stat: Thunder Mountain led 22-19 at the half, but the Kings outscored the Falcons 23-7 in the third quarter.

Jan. 7 at Ketchikan High School

Final score: 50-43, Kayhi

Key stat: Thomas Baxter and Samuel Lockhart each made four 3-pointers. Lockhart’s all came in the first quarter.

Scores at a glance appears Sundays in the Juneau Empire. It appears online Fridays at www.juneauempire.com.

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