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Chugiak High girls post lone varsity victory of week January Issue 3 2015

Chugiak High girls post lone varsity victory of week

The Chugiak High girls varsity basketball team posted the first win of 2015, beating Bartlett, 74-35, Jan. 6 on the Mustangs’ home court. The Lady ‘Stangs provided balanced scoring with all but one of the 10-person roster figuring into the scoring.

January Issue 3 2015

Girls hockey falls to Service-East, 4-2

Two goals in two minutes proved by the difference between a victory and a draw, as the combined Chugiak-Eagle River girls varsity hockey team had one slip through their grasp, 4-2, against Service-East last week.

Booher, Walsh lead locals at Chugiak Stampede in Kincaid Park January Issue 3 2015

Booher, Walsh lead locals at Chugiak Stampede in Kincaid Park

Chugiak High played the host, although not on the Beach Lake Trail System, for the first high school cross country meet of the calendar year Saturday. With the Anchorage Bowl in contention for the least amount of recorded snowfall, the little snowfall at the popular West Anchorage location was reworked yet again to pose a useable course, preventing a possible cancellation.

January Issue 3 2015

Hockey teams score with 4-goal victories

Hockey teams from Eagle River High and Chugiak High enjoyed wide-margins of victory Saturday, with the Wolves defeating Homer 5-1 at the McDonald Center and the Mustangs beating Soldotna 4-0 in Soldotna.

Gregg signs commitment to play volleyball at Lewis-Clark January Issue 3 2015

Gregg signs commitment to play volleyball at Lewis-Clark

Seventeen-year-old Chugiak High senior Rachel Gregg signed a NAIA National Letter of Intent with Lewis-Clark State College last Thursday. The six-foot outside hitter selected to play for the Warriors in Lewiston, Idaho, largely due to an engaging coach who saw Gregg play at the All-American camp in Alaska last July.

January Issue 2 2015

Chugiak High girls “heat” up the court

With the two-plus hour practices daily, a mid-December scrimmage with Grace Christian, and intensive practices held during the first week of their holiday break, coach Ryan Hales said the other ingredient needed for the Lady Mustangs to prepare for their upcoming season was provided in the team’s inclusion in the Gator Winter Classic, held Dec. 26-31, in Green Valley, Nevada.

January Issue 2 2015

Christmas courting

No rest for the weary – nor for the ambitious. At least not during Christmas Break. Members of the Eagle River boys varsity basketball team are trying to make ground on the rest of the league by practicing at every opportunity during the two-week holiday break.

McDonald Center reopens with pomp, dignitaries, cookies and ‘dogs January Issue 2 2015

McDonald Center reopens with pomp, dignitaries, cookies and ‘dogs

After nearly nine months, happy hockey times are here again. The reopening of the Harry J. McDonald Center was made official with a ribbon-cutting and everything including free skate rental and ice, along with cookies, hotdogs and door prizes.

Top local sports stories of 2014 January Issue 1 2015

Top local sports stories of 2014

With so much local talent and the host of accomplishments this calendar year, it is impossible to rank the achievements made. So, in a somewhat random array of the following, feel free to assemble according to your own preference this holiday season.

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