Trevor Woodhouse, of Eagle River, has been awarded a $2,500 National Merit Scholarship. Woodhouse, a senior at Anchorage Christian Schools, was one of 2,500 Merit Scholars chosen from 15,000 finalists for the awards. Woodhouse plans to study engineering in college.
Jessi McMullen, of Chugiak High, and Cierra Steinke, of Eagle River High, have been awarded the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange Scholarship, which will allow them to live and study at a high school in Germany next year. The exchange organization, jointly funded by the United States Congress and the German Bundestag, awards scholarships to students from the United States to study in Germany.
Brady Sanders scored in the fifth minute to lift Chugiak to a 1-0 win over Eagle River and salvage a season split between the two local sides on Tuesday, May 1 at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
Chugiak scored two first-half goals to down rival Eagle River 2-1 to keep bragging rights on South Birchwood for another year Tuesday, May 1 at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
With five individual first-place finishes, Chugiak had a strong showing in the junior/senior meet held simultaneously with the freshmen/sophomore championships April 27-28 at Bartlett.
The future of Chugiak and Eagle River High’s track and field programs are in good hands — and legs.
Every 15 minutes someone dies from an alcohol-related traffic accident.
On the morning of April 25, Chugiak High students streamed out of their classrooms to witness a nightmare.
Thanks to back-to-back shutouts from senior keeper Beka Zellers, Chugiak girls soccer improved to 5-2-1 in the Cook Inlet Conference.