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Chugiak tennis uses forfeits to edge Eagle River September Issue 1 2013

Chugiak tennis uses forfeits to edge Eagle River

Chugiak tennis used three forfeits to edge rival Eagle River 5-4 on Aug. 28. Jacob Shercliffe (boys No. 2 singles) and Tasha Boyer (girls No. 1 singles) earned wins on the court for the Mustangs.

Local runners go head-to-head at Beach Lake September Issue 1 2013

Local runners go head-to-head at Beach Lake

Chugiak’s Ty Jordan and Eagle River’s Nikki Boggs ran away with impressive victories in the first dual of the cross country running season Friday, Aug. 30 at Chugiak’s Beach Lake Trails. Jordan, a sophomore, won the boys 5-kilometer race in 17 minutes, 23 seconds — 34 seconds ahead of teammate David McPhetres in second.

Mustangs edge West in overtime August Issue 5 2013

Mustangs edge West in overtime

Anyone who pays attention to Chugiak High football knows Jake Brownlee and Kenny Pegues are two of the team’s leaders. On Friday, Aug. 23, they showed why. The seniors anticipated West’s final play of the game, which ended 14-7 in favor of Chugiak after Brownlee’s one-handed sack of Eagles quarterback Tyrone Davis on fourth down in overtime at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.

Chugiak flag program under new leadership August Issue 5 2013

Chugiak flag program under new leadership

Jon Schroeder might not be running the Mustangs flag football program anymore, but the team is still benefitting from the groundwork laid by the longtime Chugiak coach. Of the 17 on varsity, 11 are seniors, including all eight returners. New coach Marilyn Campnell said the team’s experience makes her job a little easier.

Kott’s four scores lead Wolves past Lynx August Issue 5 2013

Kott’s four scores lead Wolves past Lynx

Holding a nine-point lead at halftime, head coach Jason Brewer challenged seniors Peter Kott and Ed Hall to cement Eagle River’s first win of the 2013 football season. Challenge met.

Five flaggers return for Wolves August Issue 5 2013

Five flaggers return for Wolves

Despite opening their season to perennial flag football powerhouse Dimond — which extended its winning streak to 18 games with a 48-0 shutout over Eagle River on Saturday, Aug. 24 — the Wolves are staying positive.