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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.
JDHS win clinches team No. 1 seed in the Region V tournament.
For some, the Region V tournament is the last time they put on a jersey. For others it’s a catalyst.
Juneau teams play packed week of games as regular season winds down.
The Lady Falcons were the only basketball team who got to compete this weekend.
The crosstown rivalry is settled until the next games.
The senior credited his coaches and his teammates for the opportunities
“It doesn’t matter what the outcomes were,.”
JDHS’ boys team and THMS girls will play Ketchikan beginning Friday evening.
Their season was abruptly truncated by coronavirus measures.