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TBG Office Solutions of Juneau finishes in second place at MLK tournament

...from Lockhart and Hamey. But the Southeast Alaska squad, which also got 12 points from center Broker, a former Lathrop player, and 10 from Casperson, was playing its third game of the day. "You're hoping you have legs," said Lockhart...
Juneau boys host Service

...Malemutes. Instead, the Juneau players weren't paying attention and passed it right to a Lathrop player, or threw their passes so softly Lathrop players were able to pick them off. Hamey said the Crimson Bears feel like they're ready to play...
JDHS falls to Lathrop the Crimson Bears lost by nine points. A technical foul on the JDHS bench in the fourth quarter saw an injured Lathrop player Carlson sub in to shoot the freethrows and then sub out without a click on the clock going off.The Crimson Bears...
I went to a fight and a soccer game broke out

...was the nearest Falcons' player and was credited for the score.That final point would hold until the end. The Lathrop players went through the formalities of shaking hands with Thunder Mountain but did not acknowledge that same civility with...
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Bears blast Malemutes

...our wind up to get ready for those bigger teams." The Crimson Bears had a clear height advantage, with just one Lathrop player standing taller than 5-foot-8, and JDHS crashed the boards. The Bears outrebounded the Malemutes 48-31, scoring...
Lathrop shuts down Sitka

...added 15 points each and Angel Binder eight as every Lathrop player on the roster scored. White, Burras and McFarlane...what Lathrop was going to do but couldn't stop it, Lathrop players said they had a good idea what Sitka was going to...
Crimson Bears boys bamboozle Canadian team in lopsided victory

...hits in the third that helped the Malemutes jump out to a quick second-half lead. Sam Green was the only other Lathrop player in double figures with 12, but was held scoreless in the fourth as his team fell late. Nathan Wilson chipped in...


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