Capital City Classic Final Sights

    The JDHS dance team performs during the Princess Tours Capital City Classic at the Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé gym. (Klas Stolpe)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The Princess Tours Capital City Classic at Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé came to an end on Thursday with the JDHS girls and the Eagle River boys earning tournament championships and players earning all-tournament and specialty awards.

      Thursday Scores - Thunder Mountain Falcons girls 44-27 over the Kotzebue Huskies; Eagle River Wolves boys 73-21 over Kotzebue Huskies; Juneau-Douglas High School: Yadaa.at Kalé girls 46-12 over Eagle River Wolves; Juneau-Douglas boys 68-48 over West Anchorage Eagles.

      Monday Scores - TMHS girls 48, ERHS 16; ERHS boys 62, WHS 57; JDHS girls 59, KHS 17; JDHS boys 76, KHS 39.

      Tuesday scores - ERHS girls 31, KHS 24; WHS boys 73, KHS 25; JDHS girls 46, TMHS 36; ERHS boys 70, JDHS 62.

      TOURNAMENT AWARDS

      All-Tourney Girls - Kaila Short (Kotzebue), Brooklyn Rollman (Eagle River), Kiara Kookesh (Thunder Mountain), Cailynn Baxter (Thunder Mountain), Ashley Laudert (JDHS), Rebekah Grube (JDHS), Kiyara Miller (JDHS). Most Valuable Player - Skylar Tuckwood (JDHS).

    All-Tourney Boys - Charles Wallace (Eagle River), Benni Collins (Eagle River), Willie Zamora (West), Julius Adlawan (West), Aiden Ivanoff (Kotzebue), Alwen Carrillo (JDHS), Sean Oliver (JDHS). Most Valuable Player - Spencer Love (Eagle River).

      Girls Team Champion - Juneau-Douglas. Boys Team Champion - Eagle River.

      Girls Free-Throw Champ - Kiara Kookesh (TMHS). Boys Free-Throw Champ - Kai Hargrave (JDHS).

      Girls 3-Point Champ - Rebekah Grube (JDHS). Boys 3-Point Champ - Spencer Love (Eagle River).

      Slam Dunk Champ - Julius Adlawan (West).

     

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