Kelsey Reeves’ goalkeeper training didn’t end when Eagle River High was eliminated from the girls Cook Inlet Conference soccer tournament. It’s only just begun.
Three local high school baseball players were named First Team All-Cook Inlet Conference in a vote of league coaches following the conclusion of the season. Chugiak catcher Chase Wilson and Mustangs outfielder Justin Schneider joined Eagle River’s Chris Parker on the first team.
Prior to running the 110-meter hurdles, Tyler Rohde experienced an unusual emotion — fear.
To say Corey Cogdell has trained her entire life to become one of the world’s best shooters would be a lie. In fact, she had to wait all the way until her second birthday before she could even hold a gun.
Chugiak’s girls soccer season ended with a 3-1 loss to rival Eagle River in the opening round of the Cook Inlet Conference tournament Thursday, May 17 at the Wolves’ den.
After going kick-for-kick with West in a 3-2 loss earlier this season, Eagle River’s boys soccer team entered the Cook Inlet Conference tournament with hopes of shocking the No. 3 Eagles. Not so fast.
Scoreboards never lie — but they don’t always tell the whole story, either.
Eagle River’s season came to a close with a 1-0 loss to Service in the third-place game of the girls Cook Inlet Conference soccer tournament Saturday, May 19 at Eagle River.
Third-seeded Chugiak clinched a spot in the state tournament with a 12-0 rout over South in the Cook Inlet Conference softball tournament Tuesday, May 22 at Albrecht Fields.