Less than a week into the 2013 track and field season, Chugiak High was literally hundreds of miles ahead of the pack. The Mustangs held a fundraiser March 8-9 where at least one athlete ran on the school’s indoor track for 24 consecutive hours. Twenty-one Chugiak runners racked up a combined 2,170 laps — nearly 200 miles. Ty Jordan’s 305 laps — more than a marathon — were the most by any individual.
After earning the first Cook Inlet Conference tournament win in program history, Eagle River High’s boys basketball team ended its season with a 65-60 loss to West in the third-place game Saturday, March 9.
West High beat Eagle River's boys 65-60 in the CIC third-place game Saturday.
East brings the D to end Wolves' title hopes
Eagle River defeated Dimond 62-52 in the first round of the CIC basketball tournament Wednesday at West High.
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.
Mirror Lake Middle School’s Brian Wing was the top local varsity finisher in the individual races at the Anchorage School District Middle School Nordic Skiing Championships Feb. 26 at Kincaid Park. Wing finished fifth in the 6th/7th grade varsity boys race. He was followed across the line by teammates Charlie Latimer in 10th and Chris Fueg in 15th. Michael Altenburg was 20th to lead Gruening.