The Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks started the 2012 Alaska Baseball League season with three straight wins.
It’s good to be home. For the Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks, they’re just glad to have a home.
Eagle River American Legion improved to 5-3 overall with 12-9 win over West Post 1 on Sunday, June 17 at Loretta French Park.
The Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks won their third straight game 5-0 over the Anchorage Bucs on Sunday, June 17 at Mulcahy Stadium to remain unbeaten in Alaska Baseball League play.
As a new team playing in a new town under a new manager, the Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks won’t quite know what to expect when they take the field tonight at Loretta French Park.
The game between Chugiak Post 33 and Eagle River American Legion set for Tuesday, June 12 at Oberg Field was postponed due to rain. A makeup date was not set as of Tuesday night.
It’s two months before the 2012 prep football season starts, and Eagle River High already has cause for celebration.
Last year, Chris Parker moved well over 4,000 miles to live with his father on Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.Now, the recent Eagle River High graduate is packing his bags again. Parker is making the 2,000-mile trek to Lakewood,
It’s a mid-June afternoon, and the hockey hive officially known as the Harry J. McDonald Memorial Center is buzzing with activity. Out on the center’s rink, figure skaters and their coaches go over intricate routines on the freshly resurfaced ice. Outside the locker rooms, preteen hockey players reminisce about their just-finished workout. And in a back office cluttered with stick blades, pucks and hockey gloves, the son of the Eagle River facility’s namesake tries to keep things organized while keeping up with a steady stream of requests for punch cards and skate sharpening from members of the skating public.
After suffering a rainout in their scheduled home opener on Tuesday, June 12, the Chugiak-Eagle River Chinooks will begin their tenure at Loretta French Park with a clash against the Mat-Su Miners at 7 p.m. Opening ceremonies for the historic game begin at 6:30 p.m.