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Wednesday April 23, 2014
Coaches come to Juneau to fight domestic violence - Juneau Empire by Emily Russo Miller
     Program teaches coaches to fight domestic violence

From northernmost city in the state to the southern tip of the panhandle, athletic coaches from across Alaska converged Tuesday in Juneau — and not for a tournament or competition.

The coaches gathered at the Juneau Arts and Culture Center for an all-day training conference on “Coaching Boys Into Men.”

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Wednesday April 23, 2014
Pure Sole: Slaying a dragon (called domestic violence) - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     Dragons have been around a long time.

You respect a dragon.

When one is fighting a dragon, they should never just try to cut off the head.

Many a knight has made that mistake.

When a dragon spews fire and smoke, it isn’t always a sure sign of their dominance.

Sometimes they prey in the darkness.

They hide in caverns.

They

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Friday March 07, 2014
Crimson Bears boys fall to Kayhi Kings 59-54 in elimination game - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team led 7-2 early in Fridays 4A Region V tournament elimination game against Ketchikan but the Kings went on a tear with six 3-pointers in the first half including three by sophomore Matt Standley to take a 28-12 lead at the break.

JDHS only found one basket in the second stanza, a Bryce Swofford shot off of a

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Thursday March 06, 2014
Kings clobber JDHS in opening round of boys Region V basketball tournament - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team fell behind 14-2 in the first quarter and 21-8 at the half against the Ketchikan Kings and could not make up the difference in a 50-38 loss to open the Region V basketball tournament Wednesday night at JDHS.

Ketchikan hit just 19-42 from the charity stripe in the game (14-31 in the fourth quarter) but still had

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Tuesday March 04, 2014
Who is loudest? Regional tournament will decide - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     Loudest is best.

According to a Juneau-Douglas High School pep band member, that makes cross-town rival Thunder Mountain the band to beat. Yes, at the Region V basketball championships, more is at stake than just a hoops title.

Pep bands, cheerleaders, dance teams and students from across Southeast will start rooting today at 8 a.m. when the 3A

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