When first-year head coach Teri Schneider took over Chugiak’s bowling program, her main goal was to increase interest.
You won’t catch Nikkie Viotto with a frown on her face. “Always smiling,” said University of Alaska-Anchorage volleyball coach Chris Green of the Eagle River High School product. “She always came to practice with the same demeanor.”
Front Row: Sinjin Acuna, Kiley Cousins, Nicole Pinckney, Miranda McMullen, Haylee Huck, Jesi Robison. Back Row: Vyctoria Hooper, Makayla Pestrikoff, Emily Moorhead, Alina Purcell, Kaitlin Hampton. Not pictured: Celeste Jensen
Eagle River High’s bowling team needs some help. “We need more bowlers, especially girls,” Wolves’ head coach Lynn Kocher said.
South/Bartlett beat Chugiak/Eagle River 6-4 in girls hockey on Tuesday, Nov. 20 at the McDonald Center in Eagle River. Autumn Sperry and Morgan Elledge each scored twice for CER. Chugiak/Eagle also lost 5-3 on Tuesday, Nov. 29 to Dimond/West. Sam Perez scored twice for CER, and Elledge added a goal.
Brett Wood's third-period tally was the difference as Eagle River ran its unbeaten streak to five games against Chugiak on Tuesday, Nov. 13 at the McDonald Center in Eagle River.
Chugiak's Oldenkamp, Pegues join Eagle River's Dunn on first team; J. Benzel named to second team for Mustangs
Wolves senior, CHS junior each finish ninth at Class 4A state championships.
Eagle River's Hannah Stevens led all local finishers in 3rd place at the Region IV Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Kincaid Park; the Chugiak boys qualified for state by finishing third as a team.
East scored 25 points in the second half to pull away for a 43-18 Cook Inlet Conference football win over Eagle River on Saturday, Sept. 22 at Dimond Alumni Field.