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Rainy start, but Saturday sees more action.
There’s a busy week ahead for Juneau’s teams.
The crosstown rivalry is settled until the next games.
“It doesn’t matter what the outcomes were,.”
It might be the first alumni game held by the JDHS softball team.
North Carolina and Fairbanks are a little further than a 1650-yard race away.
Eight seniors are recognized.
The last time three players signed in one year was 2014.
Far away from each, teams still found a way to be close.
Their season was abruptly truncated by coronavirus measures.
With TMHS two players down, they faced a steep task.
It went swimmingly.
The Homer hockey team skated over fellow Railbelt Conference team Juneau-Douglas on Friday, winning 8-0 at the Kevin Bell Arena. Homer is set to play… Continue reading
See scenes from the shellacking.
Action from the tournament.