Monday Capital City Classic Sights

    The JDHS dance team performed their light dance on Monday night and will do so on Thursday. The team will also perform on Tuesday. (Klas Stolpe)

    Juneau, Alaska (KINY) - The return of the Princess Tours Capital City Classic featured a first day of action that saw the TMHS girls defeat Eagle River 48-16, the Eagle River boys nip West Anchorage 62-57, the JDHS girls topple Kotzebue 59-17 and the JDHS boys run past Kotzebue 76-39.

     

     

    Tuesday action features the Eagle River girls against Kotzebue, the West boys against Kotzebue, the JDHS girls against TMHS and the JDHS boys playing Eagle River. Plus, just like last night the JDHS dance team, cheerleaders and pep band will be in action.

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