Juneau-Douglas’ Pep Band members show their claws as a JDHS player shoots a free throw against Maine-Endwell at the Princess Cruises Capital City Classic at Juneau-Douglas High School on Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018. Juneau-Douglas won 66-61. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Juneau-Douglas’ Pep Band members show their claws as a JDHS player shoots a free throw against Maine-Endwell at the Princess Cruises Capital City Classic at Juneau-Douglas High School on Saturday, Dec. 29, 2018. Juneau-Douglas won 66-61. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Watch Live: Princess Cruises Capital City Classic basketball tournament

Tune in to see the games here.

The Juneau Empire is partnering with Alaska Sports.tv to live stream the Princess Cruises Capital City Classic tournament.

Click the play button above to watch the prep school basketball tournament, taking place at the Juneau-Douglas High School gym from Thursday-Saturday.

[Photos: Princess Cruises Capital City Classic basketball tournament]

Here’s the tournament game schedule:

Thursday, Dec. 27

East Anchorage 48, Barrow 43 (girls)

Barrow 73, Maine-Endwell 69 (boys)

[Whaler boys off to hot start at Capital City Classic]

Juneau-Douglas 52, Sitka 25 (girls)

Juneau-Douglas 69, Lathrop 45 (boys)

[Crimson Bears cruise to home tourney wins]

Friday, Dec. 28

East Anchorage 38, Sitka 28 (girls)

Maine-Endwell (NY) 72, Lathrop 50 (boys)

Juneau-Douglas 66, Barrow 46 (girls)

Juneau-Douglas 68, Barrow 63 (boys)

[Juneau-Douglas boys cool off Barrow]

Saturday, Dec. 29

Barrow 58, Sitka 50 (girls)

Barrow 76, Lathrop 68 (boys)

East Anchorage 57, Juneau-Douglas 55 (girls)

Juneau-Douglas 66, Maine-Endwell 61 (boys)

Thank you to Tourism Best Management Practices for sponsoring four of these games. If you’re interested in sponsoring the upcoming basketball season so it can be live streamed on juneauempire.com, call (907)586-3740.

Maine-Endwell’s Gannon Russell, right, drives to the basket against Barrow’s Kainoa Texeira at the Princess Cruises Capital City Classic at Juneau-Douglas High School on Thursday, Dec. 27, 2018. Barrow won 73-69. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

Maine-Endwell’s Gannon Russell, right, drives to the basket against Barrow’s Kainoa Texeira at the Princess Cruises Capital City Classic at Juneau-Douglas High School on Thursday, Dec. 27, 2018. Barrow won 73-69. (Michael Penn | Juneau Empire)

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