More Déjà vu as Chugiak Plays for First; Eagle River Skates for Third
Mustangs and Wolves Move on to State Hockey Semifinals The Mustangs and the Wolves both won their first round games Thursday in the state high school hockey tournament being held
Chugiak and Eagle River play each other once again just one week after CHS beat ERHS by a score of 5-2 setting up the seed placings in the CIC play-offs.
The boys varsity hockey teams from both local high schools won their respective play-off games advancing them to the semi-finals of the hockey tournament.
Such is the case with the ERHS Wolves hockey team except this group adds a slight twist: a significant portion of the players are actual brothers.
The Eagle River High School wrestling team took ninth place out of 13 teams competing on Nov. 5 at the Colony Wrestling Invitations Tournament held at Colony High School in
Runners representing the Mirror Lake Middle School Coyotes cross country team took several top honorszat the All-Schools Championship held on Oct. 11 at Kincaid Park in Anchorage. The combined team
Led by what coaching staff describes as a “natural football player” with incredible ball-handling skills and an aggressive defense that just wouldn’t give the Lady Eagles offense from West High
Nineteen players from the Chugiak High School Mustangs Varsity Football Team were notified Oct. 6 that they were selected as all-conference players for the Railbelt Conference. This season is
Karletty Faamatuainu turned in a high yardage performance Friday night against the Colony High School Knights as the Chugiak High School Mustangs ended their first season in the Railbelt Conference