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January Issue 4 2012

Wrestlers prep for big dance

If you’ve made it this far, wresting finally gets (a little) easier.

January Issue 4 2012

Eagle River, Dimond ladies set to roll

The second-place Eagle River girls bowling team gained 1.5 points on Anchorage Scholastic Bowling League leaders Dimond heading into the final week of the regular season with a dominant 29.5-0.5 win over Service on Jan. 19 at Jewel Lake Bowl.

Eagle River girls end long hoops losing streak January Issue 4 2012

Eagle River girls end long hoops losing streak

Eagle River’s girls basketball team has insisted all season that they’re an improving bunch. On Saturday, Jan. 21, the Wolves proved it with a 45-30 non conference win over Skyview in Soldotna.

January Issue 4 2012

A family affair at the Besh Cup

Several local families road-tripped to Homer over the weekend to pick up some valuable Besh Cup Nordic ski race series points.

Girls hockey to face familiar foe in CIC tourney January Issue 4 2012

Girls hockey to face familiar foe in CIC tourney

The Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey team will end the regular season just as it started — against familiar foe Dimond-West.

‘Only in Alaska’ January Issue 3 2012

‘Only in Alaska’

Some folks pay thousands of dollars for a trip to Alaska, where they’re often treated to a “once in a lifetime” trip aboard a dog sled driven by a professional dog musher.

Wrestling: Taus, Morrison earn runner-up finishes at tourney January Issue 3 2012

Wrestling: Taus, Morrison earn runner-up finishes at tourney

Chugiak and Eagle River each had a wrestler make the finals of the Glenn Vandergaw tournament Saturday, Jan. 14, at Dimond High in Anchorage, but neither emerged victorious.

Skiing: Too cold for classic January Issue 3 2012

Skiing: Too cold for classic

Freshly cut classic ski tracks glistened in the just-rising sun the morning of Saturday, Jan. 14, practically begging to be raced on.

Girls hockey starts the New Year off right January Issue 3 2012

Girls hockey starts the New Year off right

Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey held the Mat-Su Ravens to just 12 total shots en route to a 3-0 win Jan. 14 at the McDonald Center.

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