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Season-end awards announced.
Juneau has disc fever.
The two have played together for years, playing key roles for JDHS.
“If you’re throwing a ball down a lane and having a good time, you’re bowling.”
New college, same colors.
MVP, most improved and more.
It’s been a bruising and competitive season so far.
No stealing their thunder.
Ice fishing, moose and F-35s.
Their first official meet is coming soon.
It was a decisive 4-0 win for JDHS
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Team faced tough competition from an oft-faced foe.
Team capped 6-win tournament with 8 goals in the championship game.
The theme was Evolution of Music: Decades of Mixtape.
It was the largest iteration of the games held in Juneau yet.
A captain as a sophomore, she’s got three seasons left to play with this team.
Over 100 athletes from over 20 communities compete.
The long season gave players lots of time to refine their game.
Only three teams bested the Crimson Bears this season.