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Things were looking dire for the eventual winners.
No one could stand before the Crimson Bears.
For many, their final high school games come this week at the state tournament.
The two have played together for years, playing key roles for JDHS.
New college, same colors.
Quick recaps for local teams.
It’s been a bruising and competitive season so far.
Their first official meet is coming soon.
It was a decisive 4-0 win for JDHS
The long season gave players lots of time to refine their game.
Down by three to Revion V champs in about 30 seconds.
Winners and losers after Wednesday’s games.
“It was just a special night all around.”
Boys and girls basketball games each feature wild finishes.
TMHS wins one, JDHS wins one.
“We have great athleticism, we have size, we have speed.”
JDHS and TMHS will take to the basketball court.
‘If you live in Alaska, you should be skiing”
Both the boys and girls have a heavy week and weekend ahead.