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Thursday April 02, 2015
JDHS' Jones, TMHS' Morris get All-Star nods - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     Juneau-Douglas High School Crimson Bears center Bruce Jones and Thunder Mountain High School guard Sarah Morris have been selected as two of 90 senior basketball players in the state to participate in the annual Alaska Association of Basketbal Coaches Senior All-Star games April 11 at Dimond High School in Anchorage.

“This is quite an honor for Bruce,” JDHS

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Sunday March 08, 2015
Region V basketball tournament awards
     Basketball Champions:

4A Girls Champion - Ketchikan Lady Kings. 4A boys Champion - Ketchikan Kings. 3A Girls Champion - Sitka Lady Wolves. 3A Boys Champion - Sitka Wolves. 2A Girls Champion - Metlakatla Miss Chiefs. 2A Girls Runner-up - Craig Lady Panthers. 2A Boys Champion - Metlakatla Chiefs. 2A Boys Runner-up - Wrangell Wolves.

4A

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Friday March 06, 2015
Falcons boys eliminate Crimson Bears 54-48 at regions - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     The Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball team eliminated Juneau-Douglas from the Region V 4A tournament in Ketchikan’s Clarke Cochrane Gymnasium 54-48 on Thursday.

Falcons senior Jacob Calloway was unstoppable, scoring 31 points and pulling down 14 rebounds.

“Obviously Jacob was huge for us again,” Thunder Mountain coach John Blasco said. “Collin

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Sunday March 01, 2015
Crimson Bears boys spoil Falcons' senior night - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     Juneau-Douglas wins 72-67 on Saturday, Falcons win 67-43 Friday

The Juneau-Douglas High School Crimson Bears spoiled the Thunder Mountain senior night Saturday with a 72-67 win over the Falcons. TMHS won on Friday 67-43.

JDHS junior Kaleb Tompkins scored 19 points, including eight in the fourth quarter, to lead the Crimson Bears.

TMHS senior Trent

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Sunday February 22, 2015
Juneau-Douglas boys drop two games at Ketchikan - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     Crimson Bears fall 46-44 Friday, Kings secure top tourney seed in 56-51 win Saturday

The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team got a good look at the setting for the Southeast Region V Basketball Championships, JDHS played at Ketchikan on Friday and Saturday, falling 46-44 and 56-51, respectively.

JDHS junior Kaleb Tompkins had a pull up

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