Chugiak’s stingy defense kept the Wolves from reaching the end zone as the Mustangs blanked their crosstown rivals 19-0 in Cook Inlet Conference flag football action Tuesday, Aug. 21 at Eagle River.
Chugiak High’s tennis program is full of talented newcomers, said fourth-year head coach Sally Jo Cook.
Chugiak head football coach Duncan Shackelford put the blame for his team’s 14-7 Cook Inlet Conference loss to Dimond on Aug. 17 squarely on the shoulders of a lone Mustang.
The Chugiak Soccer Club Tsunami recently competed in the Alaska State Cup Finals soccer tournament in Kenai, where they posted a 2-0-1 record to claim the state championship for the U-12 girls division. The win qualifies the team for the Regional Soccer Tournament to be held in Hawaii next June.
West High defeated Eagle River 49-6 on Saturday, Aug. 18 at Eagle River.
Chugiak fell 14-7 to Dimond on Friday, Aug. 17 at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium in Chugiak.
Having earned a bronze medal in the 1,500-meter run at the 2012 Warrior Games — an athletic competition that pits U.S. service members against one another — Eagle River’s Mike Sanders is no slouch when it comes to running.
First-year head coach Jason Brewer assumed all the blame for the 68-6 trouncing Eagle River suffered at the hands of South in the Wolves’ season-opening game Saturday, Aug. 11 at Anchorage Football Stadium.
Mustangs coach Duncan Shackelford said his team — which suited just 23 varsity players — couldn’t deal with the Wolfpack’s ability to rotate in fresh players on offense and defense in their 35-12 loss to West Valley on Aug. 11.
Two longtime Chugiak High coaches were recently inducted into the Alaska High School Hall of Fame.