Photos: Pink Out for Cancer Awareness

JDHS Crimson Bears’ softball seniors Rachel Doogan and Malin Murray were honored on Wednesday night at Melvin Park during the Pink Out cancer awarness game against Thunder Mountain. The Juneau-Douglas Crimson Bears and the Thunder Mountain Falcons played a Pink Out game for cancer awareness on Wednesday at Melvin Park. Score not available by press time. The teams also held A Swing At Cancer, where players were sponsored by fans and hit a softball for donations. The night was also senior appreciation for the Crimson Bears’ Rachel Doogan and Malin Murray. The Crimson Bears next play at the state tournament in Anchorage, May 31-June 1.


JDHS girls sweep 3A Sitka

Early in the third quarter and leading by seven points, Kendyl Carson and Caitlin Pusich traded 3-point attempts, each missing two in a row on an extended Crimson Bears possession. It was that kind of night for the Juneau-Douglas High School girls basketball team. Fortunately, visiting Sitka also shot poorly, and JDHS escaped Friday with a 41-31 win.

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