Crosstown rivals Chugiak (8-5-1) and Eagle River (3-7-4) will meet for a third time this season in the opening round of the girls Cook Inlet Conference soccer tournament.
Despite dropping a 5-4 game to previous winless East on Monday, May14, Chugiak (4-3) earned the fourth seed in the Cook Inlet Conference baseball playoffs. The Mustangs play either Service or South on Friday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. at Mulcahy Stadium.
Chugiak softball improved to 9-3 with a 9-1 win over Bartlett on Monday, May 14 at Albrecht Fields.
Just breathe. It’s simple, but essential for success at the ASAA/Alaska Class 4A Track and Field State Championships.
Though he didn’t receive a diploma, Fletcher Armstrong was still very much apart of Chugiak High’s Class of 2012 graduation on Thursday, May 10 at Sullivan Arena.
Isaac Foreman has attended Birchwood Christian School since it opened six years ago.
Ja’Von Cross couldn’t get out of Eagle River High fast enough.
Trevor Woodhouse, of Eagle River, has been awarded a $2,500 National Merit Scholarship. Woodhouse, a senior at Anchorage Christian Schools, was one of 2,500 Merit Scholars chosen from 15,000 finalists for the awards. Woodhouse plans to study engineering in college.