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Chugiak tennis team adds freshman infusion September Issue 1 2011

Chugiak tennis team adds freshman infusion

Thanks to an influx of first-year players, Chugiak High’s tennis team is growing by the day.

Creating friendships through tennis September Issue 1 2011

Creating friendships through tennis

For children in military families, moving multiple times throughout their adolescence becomes commonplace.

A successful debut September Issue 1 2011

A successful debut

Chugiak’s fall debut was a smashing success Saturday night as the new-look Mustangs fashioned a 21-18 Cook Inlet Conference football win over South at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.

Flag footballers hit the turf for 2011 season September Issue 1 2011

Flag footballers hit the turf for 2011 season

It’s a tale of two turnouts in flag football, where Chugiak is awash in players while Eagle River doesn’t have enough to field three full teams.

Chugiak’s Huffer Stadium site of state playoffs September Issue 1 2011

Chugiak’s Huffer Stadium site of state playoffs

At its most recent board meeting in February, the Alaska School Activities Association (ASAA) by unanimous consent approved a proposal to move the state football playoffs from the dilapidated Anchorage Football Stadium to the newly-christened (and renovated) Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium at Chugiak High.

September Issue 1 2011

Shooting for an Education

Everyone has heard of "the shot heard 'round the world." So where was it fired? And would you be able to fire one like it?

Legion state tourney gets underway September Issue 1 2011

Legion state tourney gets underway

A baseball season that began in dimly-lit gymnasiums in late winter has finally reached its grand finale, the Alaska State American Legion tournament, which begins tomorrow with first-round games between the four lowest-seeded teams in the field.

August Issue 1 2011

Tears follow emotional win

Members of the winning football team walked off their home turf Friday night with sadness.

Mustangs look to stay near top of conference August Issue 1 2011

Mustangs look to stay near top of conference

Three volleyball programs haven’t dominated the Cook Inlet Conference in recent years – they’ve owned it.

August Issue 1 2011

Crow Pass — not for the weak

One of the more ambitious summer hikes a person can take begins in Girdwood and winds over roughly 24 miles of spectacular Chugach Mountains terrain to the Eagle River Nature Center. For many people, the trek is a wilderness adventure that can take two or three days to complete.