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Hoops roundup: TMHS splits with Barrow, C-Bears fourth at O’Brady’s
Close endings to games in Ketchikan, Anchorage.
Thunder Mountain flies past Barrow
Falcons teams snatch wins in the Arctic.
From Thunder Bears to Huskies: Students vote for new football mascot
So long, Thunder Bears.
Thunder Mountain swept by Colony
Tough day for Falcons.
TMHS boys lose home opener to Colony
Knights ride to second capital city victory.
TMHS overwhelmed in battle with Knights
One of the Falcons’ top players was away.
Tough competition for Falcon, Crimson Bear hoopsters
No. 1’s coming to town.
Thunder Mountain triumphs against Lathrop
The Falcons get a win.
Falcons downed twice in Fairbanks
They’ll get another shot at one foe next week.
Thunder Mountain storms past West Valley
A second-half run propelled the Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball team to a 59-50 nonconference win over West Valley on Wednesday night. Thunder Mountain… Continue reading
Thunder Mountain looks for first McKinley Bank title
The Falcons boys basketball team is in Fairbanks.
Alaska’s teachers are leaving at much higher than the national average. Here’s what’s being done about it.
Alaska has a teacher problem.
Junior-heavy Falcons seek Region V redemption
Here’s what to expect from the Falcons this year.
Sitka stymied by Thunder Mountain girls for third time
Thunder Mountain wasn’t even supposed to be there originally.
Crimson Bears end Vegas tourney with win
Rough start, smooth ending.
Five tournaments, two weeks: Local high school squads head to tournaments
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
Prep hoops teams dominate weekend play
Get caught up on your favorite teams.
Thunder Mountain grapplers 13th at state tournament
Derek Mason goes out swinging.
Falcons burst into season with blowout
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
Basketball Preview: Preparation, experience could be difference makers for TMHS girls
No longer a one-trick pony.