Small swim meets aren’t all that much fun, which is why Wasilla was invited to join East and Chugiak on Sept. 2 for a meet at East High.
ndividual competition among local cross country runners seems to be working out well for their respective teams.
Dimond beat Eagle River 41-23 Friday, Sept. 2 at Dimond Alumni Field in Anchorage despite three touchdowns from Eagle River's Kelechi Madubuko.
Eagle River’s girls dominated to lead the Wolves to a narrow 5-4 win over Chugiak at Chugiak High on Aug. 29.
Kelly Cobb seems to be adjusting nicely to college life.
Chugiak High’s swimming and diving team swept West High on Friday, Aug. 25 to kick off the 2011 campaign
Sam Hartke is just fine.
With just 15 swimmers, Eagle River’s team might be lacking in numbers, but that’s not dampening the spirits of senior Brenna Wheeler.
Eagle River erased two winless flag football seasons with a last-second touchdown to give it a 12-6 victory over rival Chugiak High to open the season Aug. 23.