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It was a good start for the Crimson Bears.
He should look familiar.
The Classic is off and running.
The Princess Cruises Capital City Classic has a history of bringing in Lower 48 teams. Colorado, Idaho, Washington — name a state on the West… Continue reading
Big fella talks college hoops.
Here’s what to expect from the Crimson Bears this year.
Here’s what to expect from the Falcons this year.
Thunder Mountain wasn’t even supposed to be there originally.
Rough start, smooth ending.
Call it December Madness. All four of Juneau’s prep basketball teams will be kickstarting their respective seasons over the coming week and a half, dispersing… Continue reading
The Crimson Bears’ backbone.
Get caught up on your favorite teams.
The highs and lows of hockey.
Derek Mason goes out swinging.
The cross country phenom can ball.
The Thunder Mountain High School girls basketball team pulled a rare first-quarter stunt in their season opener against North Pole. With about two minutes left… Continue reading
JDHS girls basketball season preview.
Juneau-Douglas hockey defeats Kenai Central 7-0 on the road.
No longer a one-trick pony.
Derek Mason is the Juneau Empire player of the week. Mason, a senior at Thunder Mountain High School, won the Region V Wrestling Championships 215-pound… Continue reading