Both the Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball junior varsity and 'C' teams defeated visiting Ketchikan on Friday and Saturday.
The Crimson Bears' JV upended the Kings 61-52 on Saturday and 62-49 on Friday.
In Saturday's win, JDHS outscored Kayhi 16-8 in the final eight minutes to win the game.
Reese Saviers led the Bears with 15 points, including three 3-pointers.
Sean Bavard added eight points and two 3-pointers, while Corey Mahar scored seven points for JDHS.
Cody Grussendorf had six points, Eric Sele added five points while Lawrence Fenumiai, Colin Gozelski and Torey Franzen added four points each in the win. Also for the Crimson Bears, Alex DeRocher, Brian Koenig, Jazz King and Cort Saviers had two points each.
Trent Headley led Kayhi with 14 points, while Tyler Bell and Blake Bousley had 13 points each.
On Friday, JDHS raced out to a 40-19 halftime lead and cruised to victory.
Reese Saviers scored a team-high 14 points as 11 players scored in the win.
Sele had eight points, Franzen and Bavard tallied seven points each, and Grussendorf chipped in five points for JDHS. Eddie Hurtte, DeRocher, King and Fenumiai scored four points each, Mahar had three points, while Gozelski added two points in the win.
For Kayhi, Bousley posted 14 points, while Headley and Kevin Manabat tallied nine points each.
Juneau-Douglas nipped Ketchikan 57-53 in Saturday's 'C' game as Justin Brooks scored 19 points to lead the Bears.
Hurtte and Jazz King scored 10 points each, John Correy had eight points with two 3-pointers, Brandon Iseah scored five points, Gozelski chipped in three points, and Cort Saviers added two points in the win.
Bousley led Kayhi with 22 points, and Jesse Lindgren added 14 in the loss.
On Friday, Cort Saviers and King scored 13 points each to lead JDHS to a 55-49 win.
Hurtte had eight points, Brooks scored seven points, Matt Smith and Iseah had four points each, while Correy, Gozelski and Nino Crisisomoti had two points each for the Bears.
Lindgren had 18 points for Ketchikan, while Alex Williams added 11 points.