Archive of: Sport's Features

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Young Eagle River team begins riflery season at 1-1 October Issue 3 2011

Young Eagle River team begins riflery season at 1-1

With a core group of returners and up-and-coming freshmen, Eagle River High riflery can contend with the Cook Inlet Conference’s best, said seventh-year head coach Jeff Parker.

Wolves can’t close out T-Birds October Issue 3 2011

Wolves can’t close out T-Birds

On a night dedicated to thinking pink, the Eagle River volleyball team was feeling blue after losing a heartbreaking five-set match (19-25, 25-20, 18-25, 25-20, 17-15) to the East Thunderbirds Tuesday night at Eagle River High.

October Issue 3 2011

Chugiak swimming/diving splits with East

Chugiak High’s swimming/diving team split with East Anchorage on Friday, Oct. 14.

East ends Eagle River’s season October Issue 1 2011

East ends Eagle River’s season

When East Anchorage ended Eagle River’s flag football season with a 13-0 win Tuesday, Oct. 11 in the first round of the Cook Inlet Conference playoffs, Wolves head Coach Matt Turner had nothing but positive words for his girls.

Trio of playoff games today at Huffer Stadium October Issue 1 2011

Trio of playoff games today at Huffer Stadium

The state playoffs will feature three games today at Huffer Stadium in Chugiak, beginning with Nikiski vs Barrow at Noon.

Three Gruening girls crack the top 10 at City’s October Issue 1 2011

Three Gruening girls crack the top 10 at City’s

Gruening Middle School had three eighth-grade girls in the top 10 at the Anchorage School District middle school cross-country running championships...

Mustangs end lackluster campaign with a loss October Issue 1 2011

Mustangs end lackluster campaign with a loss

Things just never got on track for the Chugiak flag football team, whose season ended in disappointment following a 28-14 loss to West in the opening round of the Cook Inlet Conference playoffs on Tuesday, Oct. 11.

Jordan blazes to victory at Kincaid Park October Issue 1 2011

Jordan blazes to victory at Kincaid Park

Mirror Lake Middle School’s Ty Jordan doesn’t fold under pressure. Rather, he thrives on it.