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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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Sunday March 02, 2014
Falcons salvage region title with 77-66 win over Crimson Bears -Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     One night after falling 67-66 to the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears, the Thunder Mountain Falcons made a statement that they are still the team to beat when the Region V Tournament begins on Wednesday.

The Falcons broke open a close game on Saturday to defeat the Crimson Bears 77-68 and claim a piece of the Southeast Conference crown.

“We are definitely

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Saturday March 01, 2014
Crimson Bears boys stun Falcons 67-66 - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     It’s official.

Anyone can beat anyone in Southeast high school basketball, and the Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears stunned the state’s fourth-ranked Thunder Mountain Falcons 67-66 on Friday night in the JDHS gym.

“On any given weekend down here, anyone can win,” Juneau-Douglas coach Robert Casperson said. “This was old-school Southeast basketball. The kids on

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