Sports Digest

Posted: Tuesday, January 29, 2008

JDHS hockey closes season with a victory

JUNEAU - The Juneau-Douglas High School hockey concluded its third season with a win Saturday in Fairbanks.

The Crimson Bears knocked off Monroe Catholic 4-1 in their season finale.

On Friday, JDHS fell to Class 4A power Lathrop 6-0 in Fairbanks.

Juneau-Douglas finished the season 12-9-1. It is the Bears' second-straight winning season.

Next season, JDHS will join the Mid Alaska Conference and will be eligable for the playoffs.

Mariners' bid for pitcher Erik Bedard hits snag

SEATTLE - The Seattle Mariners' efforts to obtain Baltimore's ace left-hander Erik Bedard, seemingly on track over the weekend for a blockbuster trade centered on Seattle outfielder Adam Jones, have hit a snag.

Jones was reported Monday afternoon to still be in Venezuela, rather than heading to Baltimore for a physical exam originally scheduled for Monday or Tuesday, but then canceled.

Webber set to return to Golden State

OAKLAND, Calif. - More than 13 years after Chris Webber demanded to leave the Golden State Warriors, the free-agent forward is all set to return.

Webber sent an e-mail to The Associated Press on Monday night confirming he will rejoin the Warriors and coach Don Nelson, who won a power struggle with the former No. 1 draft pick in their messy first stint with the franchise.

The five-time All-Star is expected to be with the Warriors when they visit Houston today, though it's uncertain whether he'll play.

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