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Moses Lake runs over Glacier Bears

...City Classic Basketball Tournament at the Juneau-Douglas High School gym and won 74-17."We are playing hard," Haines coach Steve Fossman said. "We had a game plan to use our big guy in the middle to break the press. He was there to be hit...
Crimson topples Glacier in Bears boys battle

...Bears found some success with senior Jordan Badger dribbling through pressure."A lot of it is getting experience," Haines coach Steve Fossman said. "We got a little bit of court time against a tough team. We were overwhelmed. Sometimes that...
Thank you from AWARE, Girls on the Run

...than ever, with over 125 girls from the seven teams in Juneau, as well as two teams who travelled from Yakutat and Haines. Coaches, families, community supporters and volunteers came out to run and celebrate the Girls on the Run participants...

...beyond the arch and another off the glass."We pushed the ball and got up the court and tried to get easy buckets," Haines coach Steve Fossman said. "That was our main plan to push the tempo."Wrangell led 19-18 at the start of the second...
Crimson Bear boys seek repeat title

...freshman, Chandler Kemp, finished third in the Class 2-3A Southeast boys race to earn an individual berth at state. Haines coach Heather Lende said the school and town are showing their support and excitement for the state-bound runners, who...
Wrangell posts layover win

...Saturday, Haines' Bryan Combs hit a free throw with 0.4 seconds left to give the Glacier Bears a 51-50 victory. Haines coach Dave Lougee - taking over this season from Greg Stigen - said he had Combs intentionally miss the second attempt to...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...fight for the 3A title and a berth at state March 18-20 in Fairbanks. ``It should be really exciting,'' said Haines coach Rich Calkins, one of the teams that figure to be a contender. ``It's real balanced; it's anybody's tournament...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...state tournament to boot. ``The level of play and the balance of this year's teams reminds me of 1995,'' said Haines coach Rich Calkins - that's the year that his Glacier Bears were upended by region foe Wrangell in the state championship...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...they got it," Mount Edgecumbe junior guard Prema Warren said. "I was hoping we could match up better with them," Haines coach Roger Vlasak said. "The last game we played them we only lost by five. It wasn't our night. We came out and we...
Juneau Empire Story Archive

...of it. Cody is versatile and plays a complete game.'' ``Cody makes every other player on his team better,'' Haines coach Don Nash said. While Angerman was running the show for Wrangell, Ketchikan's Mary Scudero was the missing piece...


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