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JDHS’ boys team and THMS girls will play Ketchikan beginning Friday evening.
The audience will be at home, but basketball is basketball.
Team spirit carries Juneau-Douglas Yadaa.at Kalé High School’s runners on where others falter.
Eight seniors are recognized.
Far away from each, teams still found a way to be close.
Their season was abruptly truncated by coronavirus measures.
She’s been offered a full ride to the prestigious private school.
JDHS and TMHS will vie with Ketchikan and each other.
The cross-town rivarly will end the season with a bang.
TMHS girls ended a 5-year losing streak against Ketchikan on Friday.
It’s set to be a big weekend for boys and girls basketball.
Falcons know how to finish.
Big night for little sister.
‘This one’s going to sting.’
The road ends here.
Tune in to see the games here.
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