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Three times in the regular season the Thunder Mountain Falcons had a fourth-quarter lead against the Kayhi girls basketball team, and three times they failed to hold on.That changed in the postseason.
It was a milestone victory for the Thunder Mountain Falcons on Tuesday as they beat the Kayhi boys basketball team 46-38 in the opening game of the Southeast region tournament in Ketchikan.
The Thunder Mountain boys showed they are the new team on Juneau's block by battling the Ketchikan Kings for the second time in three days and making the championship game of the Region V tournament with a 48-39 showcase win.
...play."We just need to be more consistent, and a lot of practice," Michalsen said. "We're trying to keep people in the same positions."? Ketchikan Sports Editor Richard Larson can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
In the final minutes of the first half on Saturday, the Ketchikan fans at Fawn Mountain went wild, cheering exuberantly with whoops of support and one parent gasping for breath and saying, "resuscitate me." All the hoopla was brought about by the Kings' best play of the afternoon, a pair of perfect passes leading to a golden scoring opportunity. The shot, however, hit the outside of the net, and the Kings scoreless streak against Juneau-Douglas continued with a 5-0 loss.
On a beautiful, crisp fall night that was tailor-made for football, Thunder Mountain used a big-play offense to beat Ketchikan 30-12 Saturday at Fawn Mountain Field.
After a tough five-set loss on Thursday, Thunder Mountain regrouped and swept Ketchikan in three close sets on Friday, earning a 25-19, 27-25, 26-24 victory over the Lady Kings.
Trailing by one point entering the fourth quarter of the first game in the 2011-12 season on Friday night, the Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team needed to make a statement that they were still going to be the class of the southeastern conference.A barrage of 3-pointers in the fourth quarter triggered a 20-4 Crimson Bears run that turned a tense game into a big 69-55 win over Ketchikan on Friday at the Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium.
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