Alea Robinson, 17, finished 30 seconds ahead of Iditarod veteran Jessie Royer
Less than two weeks before the Spring Region IV Cheer Competition, Chugiak High lost two of its male athletes to injuries. The Mustangs won the coed competition cheer category and were named grand champions of the event Friday, Feb. 1 at Chugiak.
Seventy percent of Chugiak’s grapplers who earned a state berth placed at the ASAA/First National Bank Alaska 4A State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, Feb. 2 at Bartlett High.
Just seven days after beating Bartlett by eight points in overtime, visiting Eagle River needed an extra four minutes Monday, Feb. 4 to win by the same margin, 69-61 over the Golden Bears.
Chugiak High's coed competitive cheer squad was named grand champion at the Spring Region IV Cheer Competition on Friday, Feb. 1.
No matter what name she goes by, Chugiak senior Sam Hartke proved Saturday that she’s among the top skiers in the Cook Inlet Conference. Hartke, a senior, finished fourth at the Skiathlon event at Kincaid Park on Jan. 26, and wasn’t bothered by being incorrectly announced to the crowd as teammate Sarissa Lammers as she neared the finish line.
The Eagle River girls dealt a crushing blow to rival Chugiak’s Anchorage Scholastic Bowling League title hopes with a 29-6 win on Thursday, Jan. 24 at Center Bowl.
Chugiak ended a five-game winless streak against Eagle River with a 3-2 win Saturday, Jan. 26 in front of a raucous crowd at the McDonald Center in Eagle River. “That was freaking incredible,” said Chugiak senior Nick Fussner.