Slideshow | JDHS And TMHS Basketball

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JDHS girl's basketball team members Kaitlin Fagerstrom (J), Kymberlee Kelly (D), Marissa Brakes (H) and Rachelle Roldan (S) show team spirit during Homecoming.
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The Thunder Mountain High School Falcons' senior boy's mug for a photo during a practice Monday night. Left-to-right: Rohan Kishore, Josh Tupou, Vili Tupou, Sam Jahn, Travis Johnson, Ty Grussendorf, Avery Stewart and Joseph Ia. The Falcons boys and girls play at Delta tonight, the first of a four-game road swing in Fairbanks. TMHS senior nights for both Falcons' teams will be Feb. 22-23 against JDHS. JDHS girl's senior night is Thursday against Mt. Edgecumbe and JDHS boy's senior night is Saturday against Ketchikan. Please come to honor senior members of both school's basketball teams, cheerleaders, dance, and pep bands.
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TMHS' Sarah Morris (11) defends against Ketchikan early this season. Morris was credited for her defensive work on last weekend's road trip at Anchorage by Falcons' coach Tanya Nizich.
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Juneau-Douglas High School Crimson Bear' senior Keith Ainsworth (11) and Thunder Mountain High School Falcons' sophomore Jacob Calloway (15) meet in the air under the basket during Homecoming action at the JDHS gym. Ainsworth is a former Falcons player and Calloway a former Crimson Bears athlete.
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Juneau-Douglas' Gabi Fenumiai (33) and Colony's Mry Klapperich (5) battle for a rebound during JDHS homecoming weekend.
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Juneau-Douglas' Marissa Brakes scrambles for a loose ball against Colony's Audrey Michaelson (25) as the Knights' Faith Farris, Jennifer Solano (34) and the Crimson Bears' Kymberlee Kelly (11) and Gabi Fenumiai move in during Friday night's 51-37 Colony win at JDHS.
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JDHS' Keith Ainsworth (11) shoots over TMHS' Jacob Calloway (15).
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Thunder Mountain fans mob the Falcons after Friday's 57-56 win over the Crimson Bears at JDHS on Friday night. This was the first varsity Falcons boy's basketball win over their former classmates since TMHS became a high school four years ago.
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The Thunder Mountain High School boy's basketball team sign a pledge against violence towards women and girls as part of the Coaching Boys Into Men program they have joined. The pledge stated:"I pledge to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls." The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears signed the pledge also, as did Governor Sean Parnell who spoke to the fans in attendance. In 2009 Parnell pledged that Alaska would take ever step necessary to stop the epidemic of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child sexual abuse in Alaska. Choose Respect has grown from 18 communitites at that time, to over 120 today. Coaching Boys Into Men has been championed by the Falcons and Crimson Bears and various opponents have taken the pledge while in Juneau, and local middle school sports teams have become involved.
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The Juneau-Douglas student body and cheer section show spirit.
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Crimson Power.
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Blue Thunder.
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TMHS' Sam Jahn (23) scores between JDHS' Gary Speck (40) and Jeffrey Pusich (5) during Homecoming action at JDHS.
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Juneau-Douglas High School fans celebrate a basket as Thunder Mountain's Josh (3) and Vili Tupou (24) inbounds the ball during homecoming weekend action at JDHS.
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The Thunder Mountain High School Falcons' senior boy's mug for a photo during a practice Monday night. Left-to-right: Rohan Kishore, Josh Tupou, Vili Tupou, Sam Jahn, Travis Johnson, Ty Grussendorf, Avery Stewart and Joseph Ia. The Falcons boys and girls play at Delta tonight, the first of a four-game road swing in Fairbanks. TMHS senior nights for both Falcons' teams will be Feb. 22-23 against JDHS. JDHS girl's senior night is Thursday against Mt. Edgecumbe and JDHS boy's senior night is Saturday against Ketchikan. Please come to honor senior members of both school's basketball teams, cheerleaders, dance, and pep bands.
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The JDHS senior boy's basketball players were honored before Saturday's game against Ketchikan. Left-to-right: Phillip Fenumiai, Ben Williams, Jeffrey Pusich, Danny Nore, Jericho Erasmo, Gary Speck, Jefferson Estigoy, Keith Ainsworth, Aquino Brinson and Jackson Lehnhart.
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The Thunder Mountain student body and cheer section show spirit.
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Thunder Mountain's Ben Jahn (32) shoots between Juneau-Douglas' Adam Empson )12) and Gary Speck (40) during Homecoming action at JDHS on Saturday. The Crimson Bears will host Wasilla tonight at 7 p.m. and the Falcons will host the Warriors on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
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The JDHS girl's basketball senior members and their parents were honored at Thursday's game against Mt. Edgecumbe.
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JDHS' Amberli Fitka (30 is defended by Colony's Izzy Tweed (12).
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JDHS' Jeffrey Pusich scores over Wasilla's Dustin Cook (32) during overtime of the Crimson Bears 52-44 win over the Warriors on Monday night.
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JDHS' Keith Ainsworth (11) dunks a layin as Wasilla's Cash McGregor (21) looks on during Monday's 52-44 Crimson Bears overtime win against the Warriors.
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The Thunder Mountain Dance Team performs at halftime of Thursdays game against Lathrop.
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JDHS' Jeffrey Pusich scores over Wasilla's Dustin Cook (32) and Emillio Carney in the fourth quarter of the Crimson Bears 52-44 overtime win over the Warriors on Monday night.
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JDHS senior Jackson Lehnhart (14) is defended by TMHS senior Travis Johnson (33) during action earlier this season at the Crimson Bears gym. The Falcons celebrate senior appreciation on Saturday after the girl's varsity game and before the boys begin warm ups.
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JDHS' Kymberlee Kelly (11) shoots against Colony's Sadie Willardson.
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TMHS' Eyerus Tingley dribbles against Kethikan earlier this season. The Falcons start another three-game road trip on Thursday playing at Mt. Edgecumbe and then Sitka twice.
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Thunder Mountain's Matt Seymour (13) dribbles against defensive pressure from Wasilla's Emillio Carney (5) during the Falcons' 39-27 win over the visiting Warriors at TMHS on Tuesday.
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Matt Seymour shoots against Wasilla on Monday night.
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Thunder Mountain's Ben Jahn (32) scores against Wasilla's Dustin Cook (32) and Isaiah Dawkins (22) during the Falcons' 39-27 win over the visiting Warriors at TMHS on Tuesday.
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JDHS' Aquino Brinson (3), Gary Speck (40) and Keith Ainsworth (11) challenge a shot by Wasilla's Cameron Brown during Monday's 52-44 Crimson Bears overtime win over the Warriors.
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JDHS' Marissa Brakes and Emily Winters double team a Colony player during February action.
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JDHS' Gabi Fenumiai (33), shown against Mt. Edgecumbe last week, led the Crimson Bears in scoring at Ketchikan.
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Thunder Mountain's Josh Tupou (3) defends Lathrop's Tyreke Jennis during Thursday's 71-46 Falcons' loss to the Malemutes at TMHS.
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Josh Tupou starts a fast break against Wasilla on Tuesday night.
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Thunder Mountain's Josh Tupou gets a rebound under the Kayhi basket in 3rd quarter action Friday night at Ketchikan High School while fighting off Kayhi's Kable Lervick. Kayhi's Colton Paulsen, and Brien Auger, right, can be seen in the background. Thunder Mountain beat the Kings 69-63. Staff photo by Hall Anderson
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JDHS' Gary Speck secures a rebound from TMHS' Matt Seymour and Jacob Calloway during the Crimson Bears' 62-43 loss to the Falcons on Friday at the Thunderdome.
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The TMHS Dance Team will be part of the action this weekend at The Thunderdome.
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Ketchikan's Alex Pihl (21) gets a rebound from Juneau-Douglas' Jeffrey Pusich (5) during the Kings' 63-41 loss to the Crimson Bears on Saturday at Juneau.
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TMHS' Sam Jahn defends JDHS' Jackson Lehnhart during the Falcons' 62-43 win over the Crimson Bears on Friday at the Thunderdome.
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JDHS cheerleaders.
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Ketchikan's Alex Phil (21) defends Juneau-Douglas' Keith Ainsworth (11) during Saturday's 63-14 Kings' loss to the Crimson Bears at Juneau.
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Falcons cheer section.
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TMHS senior dance team members Kaitelyn McDonald and Keishia Soto-Sanchez.
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TMHS' Vili Tupou (24) floats a shot over JDHS' Bruce Jones during the Falcons' 62-43 win over the Crimson Bears on Friday at the Thunderdome.
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JDHS' Kayla Balovich and TMHS' Shayla Reeves go for a loose ball during the Crimson Bears' 55-39 win over the Falcons on Friday night at the Thunderdome.
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TMHS' Ava Tompkins (3) drives against JDHS' Marissa Brakes (21).
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The TMHS dance team performed at half time of both the boy's and girl's games on Friday at the Thunderdome.
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TMHS senior cheerleader Christiana Parrish is hugged by JDHS cheerleader Addie Romanda.
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The TMHS Pep Band will bring the "sixth" player atmosphere to the court this weekend at The Thunderdome.
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TMHS senior pep band members, not pictured are Stephan Hildebrand and Kaden Womak. Not in order: Stefanie Callos, Cristian Crabtree, John Dugan, DJ Elmore, Katie Jones, Ethan Kramp, Liam Macaulay, Marie Petersen, Stephen Ringle, James Steeves, Derec Steinman.
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JDHS senior Jeffrey Pusich battles for the ball with Ketchikan's Alex Pihl during the Crimson Bears' 56-46 win over the Kings on Friday night.
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TMHS' Sarah Morris looks to pass around JDHS' Amberli Fitka (30) and Kaitlin Fagerstrom.
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Juneau-Douglas High School's Gabi Fenumiai protects a rebound from Thunder Mountain defenders Shayla Reeves, Ashley Young, and Ava Tompkins during the Crimson Bears 60-39 win on Saturday night at JDHS.
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TMHS' Jonelle Staveland dribbles against JDHS defender Emily Winters during the Falcons' 55-39 loss to the Crimson Bears on Friday night at the Thunderdome.
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JDHS Dance Team
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Jonelle Staveland (14).
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TMHS Dance Team.
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JDHS senior Phillip Fenumiai (2) scores against Ketchikan's Riley Gass (33) last weekend.
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The TMHS senior cheerleaders. Left-to-right: Anna Scharen, Chris Luna, Christiana Parrish, Chris Mack and Ashley McClain.
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TMHS' Eyerus Tingley (22) passes over JDHS' Marissa Brakes (21) during action in January.
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TMHS coach John Blasco gives instruction.
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JDHS' Esra Siddeek (34) drives against TMHS' Shayla Reeves and Jonelle Staveland (14).
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TMHS Falcons' senior boys. Left-to-right: Rohan Kishore (50), Vili Tupou (24), Josh Tupou (3), Ty Grussendorf (21), Sam Jahn (23), Avery Stewart (12), Travis Johnson (33), and Joseph Ia (11).
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JDHS' Gabi Fenumiai shoots over the defense of TMHS' Ashley Young and Jonelle Staveland during the Crimson Bears' 55-39 win over the Falcons on Friday night at the Thunderdome.
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A Thunder Mountain cheerleader passes out roses to members of the JDHS cheer team.
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TMHS' Sam Jahn (23) shoots against JDHS' Gary Speck (40) and Jeff Pusich (5) during action in January at the Crimson Bears gym.
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JDHS senior cheerleaders pose in front of Mac the bear. Left-to-right: Troy Holden, Johnny Nicholas, Fernando Pintang Jr., and, being held, Tempest Smith.
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TMHS' Sam Jahn (23) defends a shot by JDHS' Gary Speck.
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JDHS senior Phillip Fenumiai shoots against Ketchikan's Brien Auger (34) and Aaron Danao during the Crimson Bears' 56-46 win over the Kings on Friday night.
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The TMHS senior boy's basketball team members speak to coach John Blasco during senior appreciation on Saturday.
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Put 'em up.
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JDHS girl's basketball team members Kaitlin Fagerstrom (J), Kymberlee Kelly (D), Marissa Brakes (H) and Rachelle Roldan (S) show team spirit during Homecoming.
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JDHS' Keith Ainsworth and TMHS' Sam Jahn jump center during action at the Thunder Dome this weekend.
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TMHS' Josh Tupou shoots over JDHS' Aquino Brinson.
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TMHS' Ashley Young, JDHS' Gabi Fenumiai, TMHS' Shayla Reeves and JDHS" Amberli Fitka.
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JDHS Dance
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The Thunder Mountain Dance Team performs at halftime of Thursdays game against Lathrop.
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JDHS senior Gary Speck (40) shoots over Ketchikan's Brien Auger as the Kings' Malik Almenzor (22), Isaiah Navales (11) and Colton Paulsen (32) look on during the Crimson Bears' 56-46 win over the Kings on Friday night.
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The Thunder Mountain High School Falcons huddle at center court before Saturday's win over Juneau-Douglas High School at the Thunder Dome. It was the Falcons' senior night.
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The National Anthem duet.
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Thunder Mountain senior Sam Jahn and Juneau-Douglas senior Gary Speck shake hands during warmups before Saturday's 57-52 Falcons win over the Crimson Bears to end the regular season.
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Crimson Bears cheer section.
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JDHS' Amberli Fitka (30 is defended by Colony's Izzy Tweed (12).
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TMHS Dance Team
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TMHS' Ashley Young (32) and JDHS' Gabi Fenumiai.
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JDHS' Jackson Lehnhart (14) gets a shot against TMHS' Avery Stewart, Ty Grussendorf and Sam Jahn.
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JDHS' Keith Ainsworth (11) shoots over TMHS' Jacob Calloway (15).
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Shayla Reeves (20).
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Coach Casperson gives instructions.
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Looking for a call.
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Eyerus Tingley (22).
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TMHS' Matt Seymour, JDHS' Aquino Brinson and TMHS' Sam Jahn.
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Juneau-Douglas' Marissa Brakes scrambles for a loose ball against Colony's Audrey Michaelson (25) as the Knights' Faith Farris, Jennifer Solano (34) and the Crimson Bears' Kymberlee Kelly (11) and Gabi Fenumiai move in during Friday night's 51-37 Colony win at JDHS.
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JDHS' Marissa Brakes and Emily Winters double team a Colony player during February action.
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The Thunder Mountain student body and cheer section show spirit.
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The JDHS senior boy's basketball players were honored before Saturday's game against Ketchikan. Left-to-right: Phillip Fenumiai, Ben Williams, Jeffrey Pusich, Danny Nore, Jericho Erasmo, Gary Speck, Jefferson Estigoy, Keith Ainsworth, Aquino Brinson and Jackson Lehnhart.
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TMHS' Josh Tupou (3) shoots against Lathrop's Kyle Carlson (22) and Tevin Gladden (30) during an early season game against the Malemutes at Thunder Mountain. The Falcons lost 71-46 but avenged that game with a 52-50 win at Lathrop last week.
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Thunder Mountain fans mob the Falcons after Friday's 57-56 win over the Crimson Bears at JDHS on Friday night. This was the first varsity Falcons boy's basketball win over their former classmates since TMHS became a high school four years ago.
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Juneau-Douglas' Gabi Fenumiai (33) and Colony's Mry Klapperich (5) battle for a rebound during JDHS homecoming weekend.
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Juneau-Douglas High School fans celebrate a basket as Thunder Mountain's Josh (3) and Vili Tupou (24) inbounds the ball during homecoming weekend action at JDHS.
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The Juneau-Douglas student body and cheer section show spirit.
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The TMHS Pep Band will bring the "sixth" player atmosphere to the court this weekend at The Thunderdome.
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TMHS' Shayla Reeves (20) defends JDHS" Marissa Brakes as Falcons' Ashley Young (23) and Michaela Demmert (23) move in.
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TMHS' Sam Jahn (23) shoots against JDHS' Gary Speck (40) and Jeff Pusich (5) during action in January at the Crimson Bears gym.
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TMHS' Sam Jahn (23) scores between JDHS' Gary Speck (40) and Jeffrey Pusich (5) during Homecoming action at JDHS.
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Juneau-Douglas High School Crimson Bear' senior Keith Ainsworth (11) and Thunder Mountain High School Falcons' sophomore Jacob Calloway (15) meet in the air under the basket during Homecoming action at the JDHS gym. Ainsworth is a former Falcons player and Calloway a former Crimson Bears athlete.
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TMHS' Eyerus Tingley (22) passes over JDHS' Marissa Brakes (21) during action in January.
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TMHS' Sarah Morris (11) defends against Ketchikan early this season. Morris was credited for her defensive work on last weekend's road trip at Anchorage by Falcons' coach Tanya Nizich.
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The Thunder Mountain High School boy's basketball team sign a pledge against violence towards women and girls as part of the Coaching Boys Into Men program they have joined. The pledge stated:"I pledge to never commit, condone or remain silent about violence against women and girls." The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears signed the pledge also, as did Governor Sean Parnell who spoke to the fans in attendance. In 2009 Parnell pledged that Alaska would take ever step necessary to stop the epidemic of domestic violence, sexual assault, and child sexual abuse in Alaska. Choose Respect has grown from 18 communitites at that time, to over 120 today. Coaching Boys Into Men has been championed by the Falcons and Crimson Bears and various opponents have taken the pledge while in Juneau, and local middle school sports teams have become involved.
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TMHS' Shayla Reeves (20) defends JDHS" Marissa Brakes as Falcons' Ashley Young (23) and Michaela Demmert (23) move in.
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The TMHS Dance Team will be part of the action this weekend at The Thunderdome.
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JDHS' Aquino Brinson (3), Gary Speck (40) and Keith Ainsworth (11) challenge a shot by Wasilla's Cameron Brown during Monday's 52-44 Crimson Bears overtime win over the Warriors.
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JDHS' Jeffrey Pusich scores over Wasilla's Dustin Cook (32) during overtime of the Crimson Bears 52-44 win over the Warriors on Monday night.
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JDHS' Keith Ainsworth and TMHS' Ben Jahn.
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Blue Thunder.
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Crimson Power.
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JDHS' Kymberlee Kelly (11) shoots against Colony's Sadie Willardson.
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JDHS' Keith Ainsworth (11) dunks a layin as Wasilla's Cash McGregor (21) looks on during Monday's 52-44 Crimson Bears overtime win against the Warriors.
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Thunder Mountain's Josh Tupou (3) defends Lathrop's Tyreke Jennis during Thursday's 71-46 Falcons' loss to the Malemutes at TMHS.
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TMHS coach John Blasco gives instruction.
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Thunder Mountain's Ben Jahn (32) shoots between Juneau-Douglas' Adam Empson )12) and Gary Speck (40) during Homecoming action at JDHS on Saturday. The Crimson Bears will host Wasilla tonight at 7 p.m. and the Falcons will host the Warriors on Tuesday at 4:30 p.m.
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JDHS girl's basketball team members Kaitlin Fagerstrom (J), Kymberlee Kelly (D), Marissa Brakes (H) and Rachelle Roldan (S) show team spirit during Homecoming.
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Fans and flags.
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TMHS senior cheerleader Christiana Parrish is hugged by JDHS cheerleader Addie Romanda.
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Eyerus Tingley (22).
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TMHS' Josh Tupou (3) shoots against Lathrop's Kyle Carlson (22) and Tevin Gladden (30) during an early season game against the Malemutes at Thunder Mountain. The Falcons lost 71-46 but avenged that game with a 52-50 win at Lathrop last week.
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JDHS cheerleaders.
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JDHS senior Phillip Fenumiai (2) scores against Ketchikan's Riley Gass (33) last weekend.
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TMHS senior pep band members, not pictured are Stephan Hildebrand and Kaden Womak. Not in order: Stefanie Callos, Cristian Crabtree, John Dugan, DJ Elmore, Katie Jones, Ethan Kramp, Liam Macaulay, Marie Petersen, Stephen Ringle, James Steeves, Derec Steinman.
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The JDHS girl's basketball senior members and their parents were honored at Thursday's game against Mt. Edgecumbe.
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JDHS senior Jackson Lehnhart (14) is defended by TMHS senior Travis Johnson (33) during action earlier this season at the Crimson Bears gym. The Falcons celebrate senior appreciation on Saturday after the girl's varsity game and before the boys begin warm ups.
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Jonelle Staveland (14).
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TMHS' Matt Seymour, JDHS' Aquino Brinson and TMHS' Sam Jahn.
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The TMHS senior boy's basketball team members speak to coach John Blasco during senior appreciation on Saturday.
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JDHS' Esra Siddeek (34) drives against TMHS' Shayla Reeves and Jonelle Staveland (14).
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JDHS' Gabi Fenumiai (33), shown against Mt. Edgecumbe last week, led the Crimson Bears in scoring at Ketchikan.
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TMHS Falcons' senior boys. Left-to-right: Rohan Kishore (50), Vili Tupou (24), Josh Tupou (3), Ty Grussendorf (21), Sam Jahn (23), Avery Stewart (12), Travis Johnson (33), and Joseph Ia (11).
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Thunder Mountain senior Sam Jahn and Juneau-Douglas senior Gary Speck shake hands during warmups before Saturday's 57-52 Falcons win over the Crimson Bears to end the regular season.
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JDHS' Jackson Lehnhart (14) gets a shot against TMHS' Avery Stewart, Ty Grussendorf and Sam Jahn.
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TMHS' Josh Tupou shoots over JDHS' Aquino Brinson.
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TMHS' Eyerus Tingley dribbles against Kethikan earlier this season. The Falcons start another three-game road trip on Thursday playing at Mt. Edgecumbe and then Sitka twice.
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JDHS senior Jeffrey Pusich battles for the ball with Ketchikan's Alex Pihl during the Crimson Bears' 56-46 win over the Kings on Friday night.
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Matt Seymour shoots against Wasilla on Monday night.
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TMHS senior dance team members Kaitelyn McDonald and Keishia Soto-Sanchez.
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Coach Casperson gives instructions.
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Thunder Mountain's Ben Jahn (32) scores against Wasilla's Dustin Cook (32) and Isaiah Dawkins (22) during the Falcons' 39-27 win over the visiting Warriors at TMHS on Tuesday.
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Juneau-Douglas High School's Gabi Fenumiai protects a rebound from Thunder Mountain defenders Shayla Reeves, Ashley Young, and Ava Tompkins during the Crimson Bears 60-39 win on Saturday night at JDHS.
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Shayla Reeves (20).
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JDHS senior Gary Speck (40) shoots over Ketchikan's Brien Auger as the Kings' Malik Almenzor (22), Isaiah Navales (11) and Colton Paulsen (32) look on during the Crimson Bears' 56-46 win over the Kings on Friday night.
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JDHS Dance
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JDHS Dance
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Thunder Mountain's Matt Seymour (13) dribbles against defensive pressure from Wasilla's Emillio Carney (5) during the Falcons' 39-27 win over the visiting Warriors at TMHS on Tuesday.
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TMHS' Ava Tompkins (3) drives against JDHS' Marissa Brakes (21).
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TMHS' Ashley Young, JDHS' Gabi Fenumiai, TMHS' Shayla Reeves and JDHS" Amberli Fitka.
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JDHS' Jeffrey Pusich scores over Wasilla's Dustin Cook (32) and Emillio Carney in the fourth quarter of the Crimson Bears 52-44 overtime win over the Warriors on Monday night.
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The TMHS senior cheerleaders. Left-to-right: Anna Scharen, Chris Luna, Christiana Parrish, Chris Mack and Ashley McClain.
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JDHS senior Phillip Fenumiai shoots against Ketchikan's Brien Auger (34) and Aaron Danao during the Crimson Bears' 56-46 win over the Kings on Friday night.
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TMHS' Ashley Young (32) and JDHS' Gabi Fenumiai.
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JDHS Dance Team
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The Thunder Mountain High School Falcons huddle at center court before Saturday's win over Juneau-Douglas High School at the Thunder Dome. It was the Falcons' senior night.
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Falcons cheer section.
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JDHS' Keith Ainsworth and TMHS' Sam Jahn jump center during action at the Thunder Dome this weekend.
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Josh Tupou starts a fast break against Wasilla on Tuesday night.
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JDHS senior cheerleaders pose in front of Mac the bear. Left-to-right: Troy Holden, Johnny Nicholas, Fernando Pintang Jr., and, being held, Tempest Smith.
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Crimson Bears cheer section.
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TMHS Dance Team
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TMHS Dance Team.
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Put 'em up.
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The National Anthem duet.
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JDHS Dance
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A Thunder Mountain cheerleader passes out roses to members of the JDHS cheer team.
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TMHS' Sam Jahn (23) defends a shot by JDHS' Gary Speck.
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Looking for a call.
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Photos from Juneau-Douglas and Thunder Mountain boys and girls senior nights and season shots.

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