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Eagle River comp cheer places second in CIC event October Issue 4 2014

Eagle River comp cheer places second in CIC event

First-year Eagle River High competitive cheerleading coach Deborah Pierce reported the Wolves 15-member squad placed second among Anchorage High Schools taking part in the Fall Regionals held at South High Saturday.

CIC swim athletes prepare for Region and State meets October Issue 4 2014

CIC swim athletes prepare for Region and State meets

Eagle River and Chugiak swimming teams saved their best efforts for last with the Wolves sweeping Bartlett and the Mustang girls putting a healthy scare into Dimond, in the regular season finales held Friday.

Wolves at home on Mustangs rifle range October Issue 4 2014

Wolves at home on Mustangs rifle range

Home range advantage provided no solace for the host Chugiak Mustangs Saturday, as the visiting Eagle River Wolves swept the meet, 7-0.

Chugiak doubled up by Lathrop in first-round tourney game October Issue 3 2014

Chugiak doubled up by Lathrop in first-round tourney game

The Chugiak Mustangs varsity football team rode the injured wagon for the last third of the season, affecting their first-round 24-12 loss to the Lathrop Malemutes in Fairbanks Saturday.

October Issue 3 2014

Chugiak teams and Eagle River boys sweep three-way swim meet

With the regular season moving into its final two weeks, local swimming teams are peaking to end-of-season form, with the Mustangs girls and boys teams claiming first in their meet with Bartlett and East, and the Wolves boys team besting South and Dimond in action Friday.

Eagle River’s Elle Adkins wins all-around October Issue 3 2014

Eagle River’s Elle Adkins wins all-around

In what may have been the season’s shortest tri-meet, Eagle River gymnast Elle Adkins took individual honors, and host Chugiak High, the team distinction, during their meet with Bartlett Saturday.

Eagle River Panthers rule October Issue 3 2014

Eagle River Panthers rule

Saving the best for last, more than one division of the Eagle River Panthers Association Pop Warner football program avenged earlier season losses to claim a state title.

Eagle River shooters open season on target October Issue 2 2014

Eagle River shooters open season on target

The Eagle River Wolves rifle squad fired a team tally of 1,130 points to blank Service, 7-0, last Thursday. Eagle River’s Catheryn Papasodora shot the individual high in the meet, of 287 (out of a possible 300), with the Wolves’ A team, also including Tristan Henderson, Clarissa Deleon and Jacob Nall, finishing only two points behind Dimond High’s opening week score of 1,132.

Chugiak volleyball team loses to Dimond, sweeps West October Issue 2 2014

Chugiak volleyball team loses to Dimond, sweeps West

Both local girls high school varsity volleyball teams are undergoing a maturation process, said areawide coaches, with last week’s play adding yet another opportunity for growth.

October Issue 2 2014

Chugiak loses to West, 10-2, in league final

The injury-depleted Chugiak Mustang varsity football team suffered a 10-2 loss to host West in the final regular season game last Friday on the Eagles’ new football field.

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