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Sunday May 21, 2017
A message from Coach Casperson - Juneau Empire by Robert Casperson
     The Juneau-Douglas High School boys’ basketball team recently held our end-of-the-season awards banquet. During the celebration, the coaching staff noted how important the community was to our efforts this season. In light of that, we would like to acknowledge the following groups and individuals for their continued support.

The coaching staff wants to extend


Wednesday May 17, 2017
Juneau-Douglas High School Boys Basketball Highlight Film - AlaskaSport.TV by Larry Johansen
     Below is a link to film and photos that share highlights from the boys basketball 2016-17 season. This film was created and donated by Larry Johansen of AlaskaSports.TV

Enjoy the approximately 16 min video and share the link as you wish... Go Bears!

Sunday April 16, 2017
Talking sports with … Hall of Fame basketball coach George Houston - Alaska Dispatch News by Stephan Weibe
     Former Juneau basketball coach George Houston, 66, is a member of the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches' 2017 Hall of Fame class that was honored during Saturday's AABC all-star games at the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. Next week he will be inducted into the Alaska School Activities Association's Hall of Fame.

Houston, who graduated from Juneau-Douglas


Wednesday April 12, 2017
Coach Houston is a Hall of Famer!
     Former longtime Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball coach, George Houston, has been selected to become a member of the of the Alaska Association of Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame.

Coach Houston was born and raised in Juneau. As a player at JDHS, he was a contributing member of Crimson Bears' state championship team in 1969. After high school, Houston


Tuesday March 21, 2017
Crimson Bears ready for another state tournament run - Juneau Empire by Nolin Ainsworth
     East Anchorage up first

Seven extra losses against 4A schools and seven new varsity players are just two ways this season has proven different than last for the Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team.

However, they both share a trip to the March Madness Alaska 4A Boys Championships in Anchorage.

The Crimson Bears (16-10) play the East


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Returning senior guard, Kaleb Tompkins, accepts a $1000 donation check on behalf of the JDHS boys basketball team from Mark at Mendenhall Auto for successfully raising the most money at the Hot Dog Fundraiser held October 3, 2015