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Only three teams bested the Crimson Bears this season.
They’re shipping off to Anchorage.
Winners and losers after Wednesday’s games.
Boys and girls basketball games each feature wild finishes.
JDHS and TMHS will take to the basketball court.
Close game in the far north.
One team is bound for Anchorage, the other for Utqiagvik
JDHS girls win, local players earn tournament honors
A junior- and senior-heavy roster make for a formidable team.
The Falcons’ basketball season is ready to take flight.
TMHS had a young team this year.
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Juneau residents look out for each other.
It may not have been a perfect ending but they got there together.
The team, unaffiliated with the school district, would travel to California to compete.
The Thunder Mountain girls were not so fortunate.
JDHS will combat Ketchikan for the regional title Saturday.
Local team advances in double-overtime game.
Submitted by Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé girls basketball coach Steve Potter.
The winner will go on to face Ketchikan for the title.