Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears girls basketball alumni and current players gathered for a photo before their holiday skirmish at JDHS gymnasium on Friday. Unofficially, the alumni won 50-22 but the Crimson Bears scored some major points for "an aggressive willingness to compete" and effort.
Peninsula College's Taylor Larson scores over Crimson Bears' Esra Siddeek and Marissa Brakes during the annual JDHS alumni game on Friday.
Peninsula College's Karli Brakes is guarded by Crimson Bears' sister Marissa Brakes during the annual JDHS alumni game on Friday.
University of Alaska Fairbanks' Emily Johnson scores over the Crimson Bears' Ari Gross during Friday's alumni game at JDHS.
University of Alaska Fairbank's Dominique Brinson shoots over Crimson Bears' brother Aquino Brinson during the JDHS alumni game on Friday.
The Crimson Bears' Tony Yadao, right, challenges a JDHS alumni player's shot during action on Friday.
The Crimson Bears' Phillip Fenumiai, right, challenges JDHS alumni players for a rebound on Friday.
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After losing their first two games in the Dimond Prep Shootout by a combined eight points, the Thunder Mountain High School boys basketball team salvaged a win from the Anchorage tournament with a 52-41 Saturday win over North Pole. Read more