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Sunday September 11, 2016
ASAA Announces the Start Date for Alaska High School Basketball
     The JDHS Crimson Bears will be back in action with the start of the 2016-17 season on Wednesday, November 30th. Any student-athletes interested in playing in the program this year must make sure that they have a current physical on file with the school and signed participation and consent to treat forms. Check on your paperwork status with the Activities

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Friday September 02, 2016
Basketball camp for athletes with special needs - Juneau Empire by Kevin Gullufsen
     Greg Brittenham, former NBA assistant coach with the New York Knicks, will be in town to run his “I Did. You Can.” basketball camp 9 a.m.-noon Sept. 3-5 at the Juneau-Douglas High School gym. The camp is free. For more information or to pre-register, please contact Janette Gagnon at 321-6584 Janette.gagnon@juneauschools.org. Volunteers are still needed for the

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Sunday June 26, 2016
Juneau Fast Break Basketball Camp: Wrap up and Awards
     The Juneau Fast Break Basketball Camp was a tremendous success delivering professional instruction to nearly 200 participants.

Camp director and Juneau-Douglas head coach, Robert Casperson, would like to congratulate nearly 200 campers on two phenomenal weeks of basketball. Camp 1 had 150+ participants entering 2nd – 8th grades. Camp 2 had 40 participants

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Thursday May 12, 2016
Holdat, is that Carlos Boozer? NBA star talks about what's next - Juneau Empire by Kevin Gullufsen
     Making his first appearance in Juneau in three years, Carlos Boozer attended Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team’s season-ending banquet on Tuesday. As fans lined up for photos with the former JDHS basketball star and NBA all-star, the Empire caught up with Boozer at the banquet to talk about his career and life plans. (Don’t know what holdat means? Visit

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Wednesday May 11, 2016
Boozer comes back - Juneau Empire by Kevin Gullufsen
     State champions honored by Carlos Boozer, Gov. Walker

The state champion Crimson Bears boys basketball team held a banquet on Tuesday night at the Elizabeth Peratrovich Hall, bookending a Juneau-Douglas High School season in which they won their first state championship in 18 years.

Gov. Bill Walker, former NBA all-star and JDHS alumnus Carlos Boozer and

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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