Scores at a glance for the week of Jan.28

Quick recaps for local teams.

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

Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé boys basketball

Record: 3-7

Jan. 27 v. Lathrop High School

Final score: 55-48, Lathrop

Key stat: Four Crimson Bears scored 7 or more points with Kai Hargrave leading the way with 12.

Jan. 26 v. Monroe Catholic High School

Final score: 47-34, Monroe.

Key stat: JDHS trailed by 2 points at the half, but was outscored 16-5 in the third quarter.

Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball

Record: 5-6

Jan. 22, v. West Valley High School

Final score: 50-47, West Valley in overtime.

Key stat: Samuel Lockhart made six 3-pointers in the tournament championship game.

Jan. 21 v. Barrow High School

Final score: 73-68

Key stat: Thomas Baxter tied a school record with 40 points. He had 16 rebounds, too.

Jan. 20 v. Nikiski High School

Final score: 68-42

Key stat: The Falcons scored 22 points in the third quarter, including 18 points on 3-pointers.

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

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