The Chugiak High boys and Eagle River High girls varsity track teams placed third during the Region IV Track and Field Championships on May 22 and 23, held at Dimond High. Mustangs junior Ty Jordan placed first in the 800m and 1,600m, second in the 400m, and was part of the Mustangs’ 1,600m relay team. For his accomplishments, he was selected the Male Athlete of the Meet; Dimond’s Chrisalyn Johnson was named Female Athlete of the Meet.
Chugiak and Eagle River High School varsity baseball teams finished out the regular-season tier tournaments with identical 2-1 records for the season’s last week. But due to early season accomplishments, only Chugiak High will advance to state.
The district-wide Frosh-Soph track meet saw clear skies and warm temperatures on Friday, May 15 and Saturday, May 16 at South Anchorage High. The signature event for freshmen and sophomores foretells future performance for local teams. Based on this year’s results, coaches at Chugiak and Eagle River High Schools should be wearing broad smiles.
Things are beginning to come together for members of the Chugiak Mustangs softball program.
This is a major week for the Chugiak baseball team.
The road to the middle school City Championship is paved with sustained effort, with Mirror Lake Middle School reaping the rewards of a season-long string of work: a City Championship first-place title.
Running at the site of the upcoming Region IV meet, the Chugiak High girls varsity track and field upended Eagle River at the Anchorage Invitational Meet held at Dimond High on May 8 and 9.
Eagle River High School senior Michael Rosenberg signed his letter of acceptance of appointment and commitment to play baseball for the United States Coast Guard Academy on May 7, in the school’s library.
Chugiak High School senior Abigail Blackstone was selected as a 2015 recipient of the Joseph Stahl Memorial scholarship.
The varsity baseball teams for Chugiak and Eagle River High Schools battled through three scoreless innings before the Mustangs broke the contest open with four runs in the fourth frame en route to an 8-2 win May 2 at Mulcahy Stadium.