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The Juneau-Douglas High School varsity girls basketball team wasn't the only local squad that had success Friday and Saturday in Sitka.
The Crimson Bears' junior varsity swept a pair of games against the Wolves, while the C team earned a weekend split with Sitka.
On Saturday, Andrea Doerflinger scored nine points as the Bears' J.V. defeated Sitka 44-19.
Susy Hurtte, Kayla Harrison and Annie Bartholomew scored six points each, while Margaret Rehfeld and K.K. Sanders added four points apiece.
Ashley Harrison, Darby Brown, Krystle Dewitt-Narino, Kristi Ely and Hannah Buck also scored.
For Sitka, Lindsay DelMoral and Tab Fischer scored four points.
Juneau-Douglas' junior varsity opened its series on Friday with a 43-40 win. The Bears came back from a 27-21 halftime deficit.
Bartholomew led Juneau with 13 points, while Sanders and Doerflinger contributed six points each.
Ashley Harrison, Kayla Harrison, Brown, Hurtte, Dewitt-Narino, Ely and Buck also scored for the Crimson Bears.
Fischer and Michaela Coleman poured in nine points each for Sitka, while Leisha Trani and Kelsea Johnson and DelMoral chipped in with six points.
In the C game on Saturday, Sitka received eight points from Trani, and the Wolves defeated the Crimson Bears 29-24.
Jessica Hardy led Juneau with 10 points and Wendy Calderwood contributed seven points. Amy Bugman, Briana Donahue, Wendy Wallers and Kristen Pratt also scored for Juneau.
On Friday, Bartholomew scored 10 points, as Juneau-Douglas edged Sitka 39-38.
Marissa Worley had six points, Jessica Hardy and Pratt scored five points and Wendy Calderwood and Caty Frega contributed four points apiece.
Also for JDHS, Holly Bennett scored two points.
Trani and Fischer combined for 21 points for Sitka.