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Soldotna skiers sweep Chugiak Classic January Issue 3 2014

Soldotna skiers sweep Chugiak Classic

Soldotna’s Levi Michael and Sadie Fox earned victories at the Chugiak Classic held at the Beach Lake Trails on Saturday, Jan. 11. In the boys race, Michael finished in 27 minutes, 37.5 seconds — beating Grace Christian’s Luke McLaughlin by 10.5 seconds.

FAST DOGS January Issue 3 2014

FAST DOGS

Energy levels were in full force at the Beach Lake Park dog trails Saturday, Jan. 11. It was the first session of the Chugiak Dog Mushers Association’s two-day Eagle River Classic Sled Dog Race, and the parking lot was filled with campers and trucks.

Chugiak girls, ER boys net conference wins January Issue 2 2014

Chugiak girls, ER boys net conference wins

Led by freshman Nicole Pinckney, Chugiak’s girls basketball team started its Cook Inlet Conference schedule with a 47-30 win over visiting Bartlett on Monday, Jan. 6. A strong offense keyed the victory, said Pinckney, who pumped in a team-high 16 points. “Our offense was really working,” she said. “We were getting baskets and shot opportunities.”

Chugiak wrestling drops a pair January Issue 2 2014

Chugiak wrestling drops a pair

Chugiak High wrestling dropped a pair of duals when the Mustangs hosted Wasilla and South on Saturday, Jan. 4. Chugiak started its dual against South slowly, with the early weights falling. The Wolverines won 59-12. The mood changed when Brandon Lowe (160 pounds) stepped out on the map.

‘A lot of new faces’ for Wolves January Issue 1 2014

‘A lot of new faces’ for Wolves

Seven seniors graduated from Eagle River’s boys basketball team last season. So third-year head coach Fred Young will rely heavily on his five returners. Those include Thomas Jones — the only returning starter — Collin Metzel, R.J. Dirscherl, Isaiah Banks and Cody Keith.

Small squad has big heart January Issue 1 2014

Small squad has big heart

If nothing else, Birchwood Christian School’s girls basketball team will be in phenomenal shape this year. With just six on the roster, BCS must be well conditioned to compete with the fast-paced games of its Peninsula Conference foes, head coach Tamie Vickers said.

BCS boys basketball in a rebuilding year January Issue 1 2014

BCS boys basketball in a rebuilding year

Birchwood Christian School lost a heap of experience when four starters graduated from last year’s boys basketball team. But if a team is going through a rebuilding year, it’s nice to have numbers. That’s something the Warriors don’t have to worry about.

Chugiak hoops under new leadership January Issue 1 2014

Chugiak hoops under new leadership

For 15 seasons, Kevin Fullmer ran the boys basketball program at Chugiak. He stepped down following last season. “Those are some big shoes to fill,” said Kevin Spink, the man chosen to do just that. A former Chugiak JV coach, Spink said it’s an honor to take over for Fullmer.

CHS girls full of youth January Issue 1 2014

CHS girls full of youth

Chugiak’s girls might be young — but they’re soaking up basketball knowledge as quickly as head coach Ryan Hales feeds it to them. “We learn things quick,” Hales said. Half of the team are juniors and the rest are underclassmen. Returning players include Anna Ingraham and Brandy Bookout — who logged significant varsity minutes last season — and Hannah Russell.

ER girls basketball full of hard workers January Issue 1 2014

ER girls basketball full of hard workers

Eagle River’s girls want to notch more wins this basketball season — and second-year head coach Princella Jones said she has the squad to make that a reality. “I think we’re gonna do well,” she said.

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