Juneau-Douglas High School’s Sophia Pugh battles for the ball against Ketchikan High School’s Ruvelen Correa during the second half of the Crimson Bears’ 5-0 win at Esther Shea Field in Ketchikan on Friday. (Charley Starr | Ketchikan Daily News)

Juneau-Douglas High School’s Sophia Pugh battles for the ball against Ketchikan High School’s Ruvelen Correa during the second half of the Crimson Bears’ 5-0 win at Esther Shea Field in Ketchikan on Friday. (Charley Starr | Ketchikan Daily News)

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