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South swims past Chugiak October Issue 4 2013

South swims past Chugiak

Sammy Burke (200 IM, 100 free) and Emmie Jennings (100 fly, 100 back) won two individual events apiece and swam a leg of two winning relays in Chugiak’s 112-71 loss to South on Friday, Oct. 18 at Bartlett’s pool.

Eagle River’s Smith eyes gymnastics title October Issue 4 2013

Eagle River’s Smith eyes gymnastics title

Eagle River High’s Kenzie Smith has been one of the top Cook Inlet Conference gymnasts all season. She’ll try to keep that trend going at the CIC meet Saturday, Oct. 26 at Dimond High. South High’s Tena Newhouse and Jojo Mills should provide strong competition for the conference’s top spot, Wolves’ head coach Angie Bayer said.

Flaggers fall in first round October Issue 3 2013

Flaggers fall in first round

Both Chugiak and Eagle River’s flag football seasons ended in the first round of the Cook Inlet Conference tournament Monday, Oct. 14. Home-field advantage didn’t help the Mustangs, as fourth-seeded West earned a 20-6 win over No. 5 Chugiak at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.

Shackelford’s coaching career ends where it began October Issue 3 2013

Shackelford’s coaching career ends where it began

Duncan Shackelford has served as a high school head football coach the past two decades. His career came to an end Saturday, Oct. 12 on the same field where it began — Dimond Alumni Field.

October Issue 3 2013

Chugiak, Eagle River swimming split dual

Chugiak and Eagle River split a dual swimming and diving meet Friday, Oct. 11 at Bartlett’s pool. Sammy Burke (200 free, 100 back) and Emmie Jennings (50 free, 100 breast) won two individual events apiece to help Chugiak’s girls edge Eagle River 96-89.

October Issue 2 2013

Chugiak finishes sixth at CIC tennis tournament

Diego Velez-Gonzalez (boys singles) earned two double-bagel victories to help Chugiak finish sixth in team standings at the Cook Inlet Conference tennis tournament Oct. 3-5 at Alaska Club North.

Mustangs meet Service in first round of playoffs October Issue 2 2013

Mustangs meet Service in first round of playoffs

Service has several weapons, but none more potent than C.J. Toomer. The Cougars senior quarterback leads the Cook Inlet Conference with more than 2,000 passing yards and 24 touchdown passes. Containing Toomer is essential if Chugiak wants a repeat of Week 4 when the Mustangs edged Service 27-26.

Jordan finishes second at state cross country October Issue 2 2013

Jordan finishes second at state cross country

Thanks to a pair of dominant, title-defending performances, first place of the Class 4A boys and girls races at the ASAA First National Bank Alaska 2013 Cross Country Running State Championships was never in question.

Jordan wins conference XC run title October Issue 1 2013

Jordan wins conference XC run title

During his middle school cross country running career, Ty Jordan saved his best performance for the final race of the season at Kincaid Park. That trend has followed him to high school. The Chugiak sophomore shaved more than 20 seconds off his previous best Kincaid time to win the boys race at the Cook Inlet Conference Championships on Saturday, Sept. 28.