The Juneau Adult Hockey Association completed its winter season over the weekend with championship games for five divisions, each game decided by one goal.
In the Tier A, Kensington edged Island Pub, 3-2. Killer Whales defeated Funter Bay, 4-3, for the Tier B title. Hawk Inlet held off Alaska Airlines, 2-1, in the Tier C championship game. White Pass handed Treadwell a 1-0 loss in the women’s division. The A-Bombs closed out the season with a 4-3 victory over Dupon in the 40+Tier.
All photos by Steve Quinn.
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