The Juneau-Douglas High School girls junior varsity basketball team received two balanced scoring efforts to defeat visiting Sitka on Friday and Saturday.
The Crimson Bears knocked off the Wolves 41-31 on Saturday and opened the series Friday with a 43-32 victory.
On Saturday, JDHS limited Sitka to three first-quarter points en route to the 11-point victory.
Kristin Dierick led JDHS with 11 points, including two 3-pointers.
Hannah Swofford tallied eight points, Jessica Pons-Hardy contributed six points while Glen Hoskinson and Maria Weyhrauch scored four points each in the win. Also for JDHS, Nani Toetuu and Tessa Miller had three points each while Kalea Chapman hit two free throws for two points.
JDHS made three 3-pointers in the first quarter en route to an early 10-3 lead.
Karimae Carlson led the Wolves with a game-high 12 points while Jule Peterson contributed seven points. Richelle Ramil had six points, Katie Hagan scored four points and Kathryn Medinger and Emily Inman scored one points each in the loss.
On Friday, nine JDHS players scored in the 10-point win.
Olivia Henderson led the Crimson Bears with nine points while Amanda Roemeling chipped in seven points. Also for JDHS, Shawnee Good and Monica Ashenfelter tallied six points each, Emily Johnson and Wendy Calderwood hard four points each, Sarah Tarver scored two points and Emily King hit a free throw.
Juneau-Douglas outscored Sitka 20-14 in the second half to seal the win.
Hagan and Ramil scored seven points each to lead Sitka. Medinger scored five points, Inman had four points, Brandi Albee and Carlson tallied three points each, Peterson had two points and Kaycie Dodsen hit a free throw for Sitka.
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