After beating East High in the opening round of the Cook Inlet Conference volleyball tournament, Chugiak fell to the T-Birds on Saturday, Nov. 3. Not only did the 3-0 (25-20, 25-23, 25-23) loss end the Mustangs’ season, it ended their streak of four consecutive state tournament appearances.
Both local high schools saw their seasons end at the hands of East at the Cook Inlet Conference volleyball tournament.
Randall Sperry has a problem. But, it’s a good problem. The Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey coach has 28 players on his roster. About half are returners and half new to the sport.
With no seniors on the team last year, Eagle River’s varsity hockey roster is nearly identical for the 2012-13 campaign.
Nearly every forward is back for Chugiak’s hockey team, but the Mustangs are thin on the blue line.
Winning a state title is emotional. Just ask Kaitlin Friedli.
Chugiak senior Kaitlin Friedli scored 371.65 points to win her second straight state diving title Saturday during the ASAA/First National Bank Alaska Swimming and Diving State Championships at Bartlett High.
Despite injury-plagued seasons, both Chugiak and Eagle River’s gymnastics coaches were happy following the conclusion of the Cook Inlet Conference meet on Saturday, Oct. 27 at Chugiak High.
Despite entering the Cook Inlet Conference volleyball tournament as the seventh seed, Eagle River still has a chance to make state, said assistant coach Gary Steinfort.
Although the prep football season is over, there’s still plenty of football left for some of the area’s top high school players.