The Juneau-Douglas High School boys basketball team dominated Alameda in their Princess Cruises/Alaska Airlines Capital City Classic game Saturday night, winning 94-59.
It was the second straight rout for the Crimson Bears, who beat the Prince Rupert Rainmakers 82-40 on Friday night.
The Crimson Bears will attempt to claim the tourney title tonight in their game against undefeated L.V. Rogers of Nelson, B.C. The game starts at 8 p.m. in the JDHS main gym. Photos by Brian Wallace / Juneau Empire
The 12th annual Capital City Classic wraps up tonight at the Juneau-Douglas High School gym, with the Juneau girls playing at 6 p.m. and the Crimson Bear boys playing at 8 p.m.
There were no games played on Sunday, as the teams toured Juneau during the day and attended a banquet and dance in the evening.
The Juneau boys have won both their tourney games, and will be playing undefeated L.V. Rogers of Nelson, B.C. for the Classic title in tonight's game.
The Crimson Bear girls are still looking for their first tournament win, and will face a tough challenge this evening from unbeaten Troy High School of Fullerton, Calif.
Today's early games featured the Alameda, Calif. girls team against Wasilla, and the Alameda boys against Prince Rupert.
Look for complete coverage of all games from the final day of the Capital City Classic in Tuesday's Juneau Empire.