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September Issue 1 2012

Friedli eyes new state diving record

After winning the girls state diving title last year, Kaitlin Friedli has a new goal — set the state record.

September Issue 1 2012

Eagle River’s swim/dive team nearly triples

There’s something in the water at Eagle River High.

Service football blanks Eagle River August Issue 5 2012

Service football blanks Eagle River

With a 32-0 loss to Service on Saturday, Sept. 1 at Chugiak's Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium, Eagle River football fell to 0-4 at the midway point of the season.

South rolls past Chugiak August Issue 5 2012

South rolls past Chugiak

Chugiak fell to 0-4 at the midway point of the 2012 football season after South defeated the Mustangs 41-3 on Friday at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.

August Issue 5 2012

Tennis squads find mixed success on the court

Service beat winless Chugiak 6-3 on Tuesday, Aug. 28, while Eagle River beat Bartlett 9-0 for its first win of the season. Individual scores weren’t available as the Star went to press. In other action last week.

August Issue 5 2012

New coach takes over Chugiak volleyball

Though under direction of a new head coach, Chugiak High volleyball has the same goal — make the state tournament.

August Issue 5 2012

Stevens leads local runners at Skyview Invite

Eagle River High senior Hannah Stevens led all local runners with a fourth-place finish at the Skyview Invitational on Saturday, Aug. 25 in Soldotna.

August Issue 5 2012

Mustangs remain winless

High-flying West raced out to a 35-7 halftime lead and never looked back in a 48-13 Cook Inlet Conference football win over Chugiak on Saturday, Aug. 25 at Anchorage Football Stadium.

Eagle River volleyball full of potential August Issue 5 2012

Eagle River volleyball full of potential

Head coach Katie Hulse knows Eagle River volleyball has the skill to compete with the state’s top programs.

Dimond football downs Eagle River August Issue 5 2012

Dimond football downs Eagle River

Eagle River jumped out to a quick start, but Dimond held the Wolves scoreless in the second half to earn a 25-10 Cook Inlet Conference football victory Friday, Aug. 24 at Dimond Alumni Field.

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