Crosstown rivals Chugiak (8-5-1) and Eagle River (3-7-4) will meet for a third time this season in the opening round of the girls Cook Inlet Conference soccer tournament.
Despite dropping a 5-4 game to previous winless East on Monday, May14, Chugiak (4-3) earned the fourth seed in the Cook Inlet Conference baseball playoffs. The Mustangs play either Service or South on Friday, May 18 at 6:30 p.m. at Mulcahy Stadium.
Chugiak softball improved to 9-3 with a 9-1 win over Bartlett on Monday, May 14 at Albrecht Fields.
Just breathe. It’s simple, but essential for success at the ASAA/Alaska Class 4A Track and Field State Championships.
The only way to reach the state track and field meet is to perform well at Regions, which are May 11-12 at Bartlett High.
Led by seven seniors, Chugiak has started the 2012 softball season strong — and the Mustangs want to keep that momentum going.
After being swept by Dimond, Eagle River softball dropped two close games to Bartlett on Saturday, May 5 at Albrecht Fields.
To say Dillon Pratt fully recovered from two, separate injuries three months apart would be the understatement of the year — or at least the middle school track season.
Chugiak High’s baseball team isn’t the same as last year.