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Let's act like we have played the game before

...the wind was responsible for the kick, according to a TMHS coach.In a day and age where we are preaching the "Boys...opponent with a certain degree of sportsmanship.The TMHS coach said there was a miscommunication about the game set...
Crimson Bears, Falcons run to front at Sitka

...the other teams. I wish I had started my sprint sooner so I could finish in front of those two girls."According to TMHS coach Scott May, the Falcons had eight lifetime personal records for the boys team. These included seniors Dawson and Ben...
Crimson Bears harriers bigger than ever

...Young, Heidi Hall, and JDHS track/field coach Jessie Stringer."We have also had productive dual practices with TMHS coaches Scott May and Sandy Pahkle and their runners," Ellefson said. "It is a privilege to work together to build competitive...
Falcons harriers ready for trails on the other."Overall, we have the exact same number of athletes we did at this time last year, 40," TMHS coach Scott May said. "However, last year we had 25 boys and 15 girls, whereas we now have 23 boys and 17 girls."The...
Falcons women, Kings men win on track

...Juneau-Douglas 26 and Thorne Bay 18. The KTN boys scored 90.50 points, TMHS 81, JDHS 66, PSG 52 and TB 12.According to TMHS coach Scott May, the Falcons girls set 21 personal records and the boys 27."It was great competition," May said in an...
Falcons tangle with Moose, Wolves and Bears

...6-0 win over the Palmer Moose in Palmer on Thursday."It was interesting because in the first half it was 0-0," TMHS coach Kris Coffee said of Saturday's clash against the Cook Inlet Conference's Bartlett team. "We couldn't seem to...
Falcons carry off Moose

...offensive effort of the season in a 6-0 win over the Palmer Moose in Palmer on Thursday."We were really tired," TMHS coach Kris Coffee said. "The weather was nice and we sent the day sitting in the sun watching our JV girls and the boys varsity...
Falcons earn first ever conference softball win

...deficits to earn an 11-10 win over the Ketchikan Lady Kings at Dimond Park."The key for us was not giving up," TMHS coach Jorge Cordero said. "We did not give up. We kept fighting. Even though we made some errors we still came back. We...
Crimson Bears hold home pitch over Falcons

...was bending away from Pegues but still heading for the back of the net."I think we are playing better and better," TMHS coach Troy Choquette said. "I think we conceded three pretty easy goals in the first half, but after that we really pulled...
Crimson Bears nip Falcons

...Hat Award.Hoover was key to keeping the ball moving out of the Crimson Bears' backfield."It was a great game," TMHS coach Kris Coffee said. "I thought our girls played well. I am pleased with everything we did. We just got unlucky there...


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