Once again those who had a date with the Juneau girls would need extra time to be prepared, to be ready and to win.For the second outing in as many days the Juneau-Douglas High School girls soccer team fell in extra time at the Alaska School Activities Association state tournament.One day after losing 4-2 in a penalty kick shootout to Kenai, the result of a 2-2 four-overtime tie, the Crimson Bears went into another quadruple extra stanza of play on Friday and found themselves on the small side of a 3-2 match against Wasilla that put them out of the state tournament.
Sometimes the smallest of scores can have the greatest action.Such was the case in Friday's Alaska School Activities Association boys state soccer semifinal at Bartlett High School.Two of the premier soccer programs in the state, with a long history of competitive matches against one another, collided in a near-perfect display of high school soccer and the result was a 1-0 loss for the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears at the hands of the South Wolverines.
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On a day when Crimson Bears offense dominated the soccer pitch, a Juneau-Douglas High School senior defender stood tall among the players.
The Southeast Conference champion Crimson Bears and the Northern Lights Conference champion Kardinals needed more than one match to decide their quarterfinal opener at the Alaska School Activities Association state championships on Thursday.
Today, May 29 BASEBALL Home, TBA, Region V tournament at Juneau. SOCCER Away, ASAA 2015 high school state championships at Anchorage Football Stadium and Eagle River High School. Hosted by ASAA and Eagle River High School.
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Thunder Mountain High School's Brendan Pietz soars in the triple jump and Juneau-Douglas High School's Kaia Hamrick throws the discus during the Region V Track and Field Championships at TMHS Falcons Field on Saturday.
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