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Sunday November 09, 2014
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     Get prepared for the 2014-2015 season by clicking on the link provided to join the Fast Break Club. We have three options for you to chose from to show your support. You can sign up for the Fast Break Club by using your credit card, safely and securely, through our PayPal account. Go Bears!

Saturday November 08, 2014
Alaska High School Basketball Begins December 1st
     The team has been preparing for the beginning of the 2014-2015 season with early morning weights and evening open gym. The level of dedication exhibited by the boys should prove for some exciting basketball viewing for Crimson Bear fans!

Monday July 28, 2014
Swofford transfers from Oak Hills Christian College - Juneau Empire by Klas Stolpe
     Former Crimson Bears center signs with Baptist Bible

Former Juneau-Douglas High School Crimson Bears basketball center Taylor Swofford, a 2012 JDHS graduate, has transferred from Minnesota’s Oak Hills Christian College to Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Mo.

“After high school I never thought I would be playing college basketball,” Swofford said. “I

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Sunday June 22, 2014
Juneau Fast Break Basketball Camp Concludes with All-Star Saturday
     The Juneau Fast Break Basketball Camp was a tremendous success delivering professional instruction to the youth of the region.

Juneau-Douglas High School head coach and camp director, Robert Casperson, would like to congratulate the campers on two phenomenal weeks of basketball. Camp 1 had 125 participants in 2nd – 8th grades. Camp 2 had 65 participants in

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Thursday June 05, 2014
Life without limits - Juneau Empire by Charles L. Westmoreland
     Former NBA coach leads camp for differently-abled

Don’t tell Greg Brittenham what someone can or can’t do. The former NBA assistant coach sees limitations as walls to be torn down, one brick at a time if needed.

Brittenham spent 20 years overseeing the strength and conditioning program for the New York Knicks, revered as one of the most physically dominant

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