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Crimson Bears girls storm Mariners

...visiting Homer Mariners at Adair Kennedy Field on Friday."I am not so sure we settled down in the first half," Juneau-Douglas coach Matt Dusenberry said. "We came back in the second half in more control. I would have liked to have seen us...
JDHS girls eye return to state

...Shea Field today at 7 p.m."The last two years we were not as successful as we would have hoped to be," Juneau-Douglas coach Matt Dusenberry said. "But it gave opportunities for younger players to develop varsity experience."The JDHS...
Falcons boys eliminate Crimson Bears 54-48 at regions

...defender against Calloway during the season."I couldn't be more proud of a team than I am of this one," Juneau-Douglas coach Robert Casperson said. "They played their hearts out and left it all on the floor. I have never had a team...
Juneau-Douglas boys drop two games at Ketchikan

...46-44 win."I thought our defensive effort and awareness was better than it has been in the past few games," Juneau-Douglas coach Robert Casperson said. "I guess we still have to get better at moving our feet though."Tompkins and classmate...
Falcons survive Bear scare

...Siniva Maka hit a free throw for an 18-13 lead at the break."We kind of hung with them the first half," Juneau-Douglas coach Lesslie Knight said. "Our plan always with them is to get them into foul trouble and we got their big guns into...
Falcons, Crimson Bears put on a hoops show action, there was little except the scoreboard separating winner from loser."It was exhausting," Juneau-Douglas coach Robert Casperson said, catching a moment as the Crimson Bears celebrated their 65-59 win Saturday night.Fifty...
Crimson Bears ice Patriots 6-4

...road swing through Fairbanks."The game against North Pole was a true test of our will and determination," Juneau-Douglas coach Luke Adams said in an email. "The game went back and forth throughout with goals being traded through the first...
JDHS girls beat North Pole

...Tournament on Saturday in convincing fashion with a 53-18 win over the North Pole Patriots."We expected that," Juneau-Douglas coach Lesslie Knight said. "Everybody was able to play equally and we were able to work on some different things...
Crimson Bears girls find senior moment in loss

...beyond the arch to keep the visitors on pace."We blocked out and out-rebounded them in the second half," Juneau-Douglas coach Lesslie Knight said. "We got to the free-throw line and reduced our turnovers. More importantly, we scored...
Falcons fight through Crimson Bears' den

...JDHS concentrated on small victories inside the loss."We went into that game with one particular goal," Juneau-Douglas coach Lesslie Knight said. "We knew their bench wasn't that deep and so the goal was to get some of their starters...


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