Archive of: Sport's Features



December Issue 1 2014

Chugiak, Eagle River grapplers ready to continue dual-meet schedule

The Chugiak Mustangs wrestling team is looking to make a bit of noise on the mats this season, coming off a successful start at the two large meets to start the 2014-2015 season.

December Issue 1 2014

Eagle River bowling team evens early season mark

The Eagle River bowling squad scored a big victory, striking out often and sparing not to give their best effort in last week’s thunderous win over Chugiak in second-week regular season action at Center Bowl.

December Issue 1 2014

Holiday hockey champs crowned

Eagle River and Chugiak High players teamed up, along with other members of the Jr. Avalanche U-18B hockey team, to win the Arizona Hockey Clubs’ Thanksgiving Shootout held in Phoenix.

December Issue 1 2014

Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey team looks to make amends

Following a tremendous start, the joint Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey team has hit a bit of a bump in what should be a smooth sheet, err, of ice, with recent losses to both Fairbanks teams and a lone Cook Inlet Conference stinger to Dimond-West.

December Issue 1 2014

Eagle River boys hockey team setting records

The Wolves are howling, and with good reason, as the boys hockey team is setting records. Recently the team defeated South Anchorage, 3-1, the first time in the school’s 10-year history. This week, Eagle River looks to defeat the Service Cougars. If so, that would be another record.

November Issue 4 2014

Without snow, local school ski programs retreat to basics

With hoar frosts melted away, due to recent warm spells, cross country ski coaches at both Chugiak and Eagle River High say they have their troops running and doing weights. Fourth-year head Eagle River High coach Liz Turner, herself a 2004 CHS grad, said she has been very pleased with the team’s work ethic, given the less than optimal conditions for the wintertime sport during this first two weeks.

Smaller cars, bigger fun November Issue 4 2014

Smaller cars, bigger fun

The race is on for indoor family entertainment featuring laps of friendly competition at one of Eagle River’s newest businesses. Eagle River Racing, which is located in the old auto mall building at the corner of Artillery Road and Mausel Street, has brought slot car racing back to Alaska after a 12-year hiatus post the closure of Chili Willy’s in the Northway Mall. Shop owners Steve and Nancy Hokanson of Eagle River aim to revive the sport while creating an atmosphere all ages can enjoy.

Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey team off to fast start November Issue 3 2014

Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey team off to fast start

Scoring goals looks like it won’t be a concern for the combined Chugiak-Eagle River High girls hockey team, according to the tallies on score sheets taken from the squad’s first two games last week.

Mirror Lake grapplers make fast start on mat November Issue 3 2014

Mirror Lake grapplers make fast start on mat

The importance of a good start cannot be overemphasized, particular in a sport where the competition lasts less than a month. Such is the case with middle school wrestling, with the first meet on Nov. 6 and the championships, Dec. 3-4.

Chugiak hockey boys get early chill on ice, in 4-0 loss to South November Issue 3 2014

Chugiak hockey boys get early chill on ice, in 4-0 loss to South

The Mustangs boys hockey team was treated to an early season gut-check, losing 4-0 to South Anchorage at Ben Boeke Arena Nov. 11. Between broken bones, a broken skate blade and a game-disqualification handed down in the first period, Chugiak’s longtime hockey coach Rodney Wild said things couldn’t have gone much worst.

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