Eagle River High’s bowling team needs some help. “We need more bowlers, especially girls,” Wolves’ head coach Lynn Kocher said.
You won’t catch Nikkie Viotto with a frown on her face. “Always smiling,” said University of Alaska-Anchorage volleyball coach Chris Green of the Eagle River High School product. “She always came to practice with the same demeanor.”
When first-year head coach Teri Schneider took over Chugiak’s bowling program, her main goal was to increase interest.
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.