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Alaska Sports Report

...made the all-tourney team. Swiss signed to play at the University of Alaska Anchorage.JDHS WRESTLING REPORT:Crimson Bears coach Ken Brown writes that this past weekend Juneau traveled to Colony High school and wrestled against opponents from...
Harriers heading to Petersburg Invitational

...Conference schools collide at Petersburg this weekend."Sitka was a great first meet for both our teams," JDHS Crimson Bears coach Tristan Knutson-Lombardo said. "Our top two boys (Tal Norvell and Riley Moser) both finished with PR's and...
The 1981-82 Crimson Bears state basketball champions

...Hoss" Newhouse. The assistant coach was future Crimson Bears coach George "General" Houston and the manager of the team was future Crimson Bears coach Steve "Potts" Potter.The average margin of victory...
Crimson Bears going north

...volleyball team's Tuesday practice kick-started with little wasted motion. Sound off on the important issues at Crimson Bears coach Sandi Wagner got her team moving immediately. Players set to a teammate, who spiked the ball then sprinted to...
JDHS softball team set to defend title

...Juneau-Douglas High School softball team heads down to Fairbanks tomorrow to defend its state title as a four-seed and Crimson Bears coach Dave Massey is not happy about it. Following an undefeated season and as the defending state champs, Massey disagrees...
Sitka poses a challenge for Crimson Bears

...more than just one person, but center Kim Dodson looms large as the focal point for Juneau-Douglas. In fact, Crimson Bears coach Lesslie Knight brought boys junior varsity player Zach Heppner into practice Thursday as a Dodson substitute. JDHS...
Juneau-Douglas baseball takes a pair on Saturday

...Conference-leading Sitka on Saturday with a pair of wins. Sound off on the important issues at Despite closing the gap, Crimson Bears coach Jim Ayers said the shift in the standings isn't the most important byproduct from winning three of four games...
Crimson Bears take second at West tourney a whirlwind three-day tour of Anchorage last weekend. Sound off on the important issues at But according to Crimson Bears coach Sandi Wagner, how hard her team played meant more than any amount of statistics. "Every time they did something...
Juneau-Douglas wins Region V

...the important issues at The girls finished in first with 209 points and the JDHS boys won with 185.5. To coach Crimson Bears coach Scott May, however, the most exciting thing about this season is not the Southeast titles but the individual goals...
Bears tennis teams primed for state heads to the state tournament in Anchorage with expectations to compete with the best Alaska has to offer. Crimson Bears coach Amy Skilbread said all of the players look strong and they're expecting a good tournament. "We have the fourth...


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