The Juneau-Douglas girls basketball team improved 100-fold according to head coach Dee Boster, but the West Anchorage Eagles withstood an aggressive Crimson Bears attack to win 49-37, just one night after downing the Thunder Mountain Falcons across town.
“Other than a little break down in the third quarter I am very pleased with the way we played,” Juneau-Douglas coach Dee Boster said. “Definitely, one hundred percent not the same team, not even close. I don’t know where this team came from.”
JDHS employed what is known in their practice history as “The defensive game,”