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Bears take two from Mariners

...against a hard-hitting team. "We're ready." Bears blank Mariners on Friday Bears blank Mariners on Friday By SHAUN T. COX After nearly 25 minutes of scoreless hockey Friday at Treadwell Arena, the Crimson Bears got two quick goals in less...
Tourney hints at great possibilities, potential for JDHS boys and girls level.. It's going to be a fun season in Juneau for fans of prep basketball. No doubt. ? Sports Editor Shaun T. Cox can be reached at, or 523-2228
Big ups to TMHS on an exciting sports week can get back out there to have some fun. Isn't that what youth sports is supposed to be about? Sports editor Shaun T. Cox can be reached at 523-2228, or at
Rivalries good for schools, Juneau

...trophy. But they do deserve your support, no matter if they wear blue and gray, or crimson and black. Sports editor Shaun T. Cox can be reached at shaun.cox@juneauempire, or at 523-2228.

Brittany Fenumiai isn't just a beast with a basketball in her hands, bombing away from all over the court.
Chasing history

Things are changing after 21 years of prep football tradition in Juneau - change that has been on the horizon since a new high school opened two years ago. This is no longer a one-team town. A new Southeast rivalry begins Saturday when the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears face the Thunder Mountain Falcons at 8 p.m. for hometown bragging rights in the first-ever Glacier Bowl at Adair-Kennedy Memorial Park. The game marks an historic event for local high school football, which began in the late 1980s.
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Family affair

They shared a warm embrace after Friday night's first-ever cross-town matchup between Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain high schools in what is not quite yet a rivalry game.
Crimson comeback

The Crimson Bears staged a stirring fourth-quarter comeback Wednesday, scoring 26 points in the final frame to upend Palmer 56-49 in the last game of the Capital City Classic at Juneau-Douglas High School.
Breakthrough Bears

After back-to-back runner-up and three top-three finishes the last three years, the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears girls' track and field team is ready to see what the view is like from the top of the 4A mountain.
Crimson rules

Saturday was a great night for basketball, especially for Juneau-Douglas fans.


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