Service showed why its ranked No. 1 in the Cook Inlet Conference with a 102-68 victory over Chugiak in the first round of the CIC tournament Monday, March 4 at West High.
The Warriors are heading back to state. With a 44-27 win over Cook Inlet Academy in the Peninsula Conference tournament second-place game Saturday, March 2, Birchwood Christian School’s boys basketball team earned its second straight state berth. Tournament-host Lumen Christi won the championship 47-43 over CIA on Friday, March 1.
Birchwood Christian School's boys defeated Cook Inlet Academy 44-27 to finish second in the Peninsula Conference tournament Saturday and earn a state berth for the second year in a row.
While wrestling’s place in the Olympics is currently in doubt, there’s no question about the future of local wrestling. Chugiak-Eagle River middle schoolers earned five individual titles at the Anchorage City Championships Feb. 21, with Mirror Lake placing second overall and Gruening taking seventh. Between them, the two local schools had finalists in nine of the 18 weight classes.
Birchwood Christian School’s boys started their quest to return to the state basketball tournament Wednesday, Feb. 27. After an opening round bye, the Warriors took on either Kodiak ESS or Nanwalek in their first game of the Peninsula Conference tournament at Lumen Christi. A score was not available when the Star went to press.
A trio of Mustangs is furthering their athletic careers at the collegiate level. Chugiak High seniors Chris Kveseth, Victoria Bensel and Wolfgang Danger signed their letters of intent Feb. 19.
Four locals earned top-10 individual showings at the ASAA/First National Bank Alaska State Nordic Skiing Championships Feb. 21-23 at Kincaid Park.
Volleyball players from Chugiak and Eagle River High teamed up with athletes from four other schools at the 27th Annual SCVA Las Vegas Volleyball Classic over the President’s Day weekend.
Sunny skies and some of the best conditions of the season greeted prep Nordic skiers Saturday, Feb. 16 at Kincaid Park for the conclusion of the Cook Inlet Conference championships.
Nine local swimmers from the KNIK Aquatics Swim Team competed at the Senior Region XIV Great Alaska Open meet Feb. 15-17 at Kenai Central High School in Kenai.