First time hockey players learned how to put on gear and skate during the Juneau Douglas Ice Association's Learn To Play Hockey day at Treadwell Ice Arena on Saturday.
Today, August 31 VOLLEYBALL OFFICIALS Home, Juneau Parks and Recreation is looking for volleyball officials for the 2015 Men's and Women's Fall Season. League play begins today. Officials are paid.
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Juneau-Douglas High School sophomore Bubba Stults connected on four touchdown passes and ran in another to help the Crimson Bears top the combined visiting Canadian teams, the Hugh Boyd Trojans and Earl Marriott Mariners, 31-14 on Friday at Adair Kennedy Field.JDHS played without a few key members of the varsity team, including all-state linebacker Hunter Hickok."It was a non-conference game," JDHS coach Kevin Hamrick said. "He was pretty banged up from North Pole last week; he earned some rest."
Two first time youth hockey players practice a face off while another learns to score in front of the net during Saturday's Juneau Douglas Ice Association Learn To Play Hockey Day at Treadwell Ice Arena.
Today, August 30 WRESTLING Home, 2 p.m., Wrestling seminar with collegiate champion and UFC figher Abel "Killa" Trujillo at Floyd Dryden Middle School. Seminar is open to all ages. Registration for the seminar begins at 1:30 p.m.
Thunder Mountain senior Naomi Welling topped the girls field at Saturday's Sitka High School Invitational cross country meet, sophomore Erin Wallace placed second and Juneau-Douglas senior Katline Barrows finshed fifth to lead a strong contingent of Crimson Bears to the girls team title.The JDHS girls scored 39 points, TMHS 68, and Ketchikan 69 among a field of 13 teams.
Juneau's Geoff Roes, Scott Watts and Bryan Hitchcock chased the Mount Roberts Tram 3.5-mile record on Saturday in a field of 41 runners, but the mark will live on for another year.
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...Hall-Scriven 1 each.Ketchikan won 5-4 on Tuesday and 17-2 Wednesday.? Contact Sports editor Klas Stolpe at 523-2228 or at email@example.com.
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