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JDHS girls lose in P'burg for first time in 31 years

...Vikings girls basketball team and their front-line height proved to be too big an obstacle for the visiting Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears this weekend.Petersburg took the non-conference games 53-30 on Friday and 49-32 Saturday."The big...
Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears Boys Basketball

GRADUATED VARSITY PLAYERS: Kevin Guimmayen, Rahul Chhabria, Dartanan Hodge-CamposRETURNING VARSITY PLAYERS: Gunnar Schultz, Bruce Jones, Jacob Thibodeau, Nathan Klein, Adam Empson, Manase Maake, Kaleb Tompkins, Treyson Ramos, Bryce SwoffordNEW IMPACT PLAYERS:John Yadao (SR), Molo Maka (JR), Guy Bean (JR, TMHS transfer), Kolby Hoover (FR), Erik Kelly (FR).KEY LOSSES:Sophomore Stewart Conn transferred to Petersburg.
Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears Girls Basketball

GRADUATED PLAYERS: Kacey Jackson, Kymber Kelly, Tori Fogg, Kaitlin Fagerstrom. RETURNING PLAYERS: Kallen Hoover, Julia Noreen, Rachelle Roldan and Izzy Watts saw game action. Sophie Hultberg, Tona Fogg, Sam Heidersdorf had limited time.
Region V volley tourney has new favorite

...tournament.The Ketchikan Kings, with a 5-3 conference record, have that distinction and it will be up to the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears and Thunder Mountain Falcons to earn the title from the season's number one seed on their home court."We...
Local wrestlers battle at Mt. Edgecumbe Invitational

...106, Thunder Mountain Falcons 98, Haines Glacier Bears 78.5, Hydaburg Warriors 76, Hoonah Braves 73, Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears 55, Thorne Bay Wolverines 52.5, Kake Thunderbirds 44.5 and Pelican Bucks 0.Hoonah's Torston Skaflestad...
Kayhi tops home wrestling tourney

...0; 5. Thunder Mountain Falcons 85.0; 6. Thorne Bay Wolverines 71.5; 7. Hoonah Braves 46.0; 8. Juneau Douglas Crimson Bears 39.0; 9. Metlakatla Chiefs 33.0; 10. Hydaburg Warriors 23.5; 11. Kake Thunderbirds 12.0; 12...
Palmer ends Juneau-Douglas' state run

...are unstoppable when we play the way we are supposed to play." 4A TOURNAMENT AWARDSSportsmanship Award - Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears.Academic Award - Palmer Moose (3.58).Outstanding Defensive Specialist - Aspen Avery (South).Outstanding...
State swimmers ready on the blocks

The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears and Thunder Mountain Falcons swim teams each qualified 12 athletes for the Alaska School Activities Association State Swim...
Crimson Bears strength on the ice to be tested

There will be no easing into the 2014-15 high school hockey season for the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears.That part passed on the first day of practice.After two weeks of Treadwell Arena and dry land training the team will...
Crimson Bears beat Falcons, 43-6

...Senior Night was a night the Thunder Mountain Falcons won't soon forget, as hard as they might try.The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears' air raid offense dropped one bomb after another on its way to a 43-6 shellacking of the Falcons at Thunder...


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