Eagle River High’s bowling team needs some help. “We need more bowlers, especially girls,” Wolves’ head coach Lynn Kocher said.
Front Row: Sinjin Acuna, Kiley Cousins, Nicole Pinckney, Miranda McMullen, Haylee Huck, Jesi Robison. Back Row: Vyctoria Hooper, Makayla Pestrikoff, Emily Moorhead, Alina Purcell, Kaitlin Hampton. Not pictured: Celeste Jensen
Chugiak wrestling racked up six wins at the Top of the World Classic at Barrow on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 16-17.
Chugiak earned a pair of decisive victories over Bartlett on Nov. 15 in the opening matches of the 2012-13 prep bowling season at Center Bowl in Anchorage.
Brett Wood and Carter Jesiel each scored a goal for Eagle River on Monday, Nov. 19, but it wasn’t nearly enough against Dimond as the first-place Lynx (5-0 CIC) took a 13-2 Cook Inlet Conference win at the McDonald Center.
Both Chugiak and Eagle River’s riflery teams earned 7-0 shutouts in Cook Inlet Conference action Friday, Nov. 16.
The Alaska Speedskating Club held short track races Saturday, Nov. 10 at the McDonald Center in Eagle River. The results follow:
Thanks to a mix of experience and young talent, Eagle River wrestling coach Daren Williams is hoping the Wolves can crack into the top 10 at state this season.
Since starting his second stint as Chugiak’s head wrestling coach in 2010, Tom Huffer Jr. has been working to rebuild the program.
The streak continues. Brett Wood scored 55 seconds into the third period to lift Eagle River hockey past Chugiak 4-3 on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the McDonald Center — stretching the Wolves’ undefeated streak against their rival to five games.