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Local Iditarod mushers Lanier and Walters scratch in 2015 race

Facing unspeakable cold weather at minus-40 and minus-50 degrees, this year’s Iditarod was not one for the faint of heart. Known for the rigors of distance, this year’s edition also greeted dogs and drivers to sustained frigid conditions as the race was routed from Fairbanks to Nome due to a lack of snow in Southcentral Alaska this winter.
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Chugiak girls place sixth at state

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Although unofficial, local track coaches pleased with youth, performances at Mini Meet

Local coaches are feeling a bit more complete, thanks to the showings make by incoming freshmen during the Mini (Me) Meet, held Friday and Saturday at the Anchorage Dome. And while the meet was unofficial, not requiring athletes to secure the requisite 10 practices usually mandated, Chugiak Coach Melissa Hall and Eagle River Coach Matt Turner were able to get baseline times for this season’s athletes.
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Mustang royalty return to Chugiak to remember and retire jerseys

The best athletes to don the Columbia Blue and Black of the Chugiak Mustangs will be on hand this Friday for recognition of past accomplishments and to retire their high school jerseys, announced Chugiak Activities principal Jim Bell last week.
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Local Iditarod mushers Lanier and Walters scratch in 2015 race

Facing unspeakable cold weather at minus-40 and minus-50 degrees, this year’s Iditarod was not one for the faint of heart. Known for the rigors of distance, this year’s edition also greeted dogs and drivers to sustained frigid conditions as the race was routed from Fairbanks to Nome due to a lack of snow in Southcentral Alaska this winter.

Chugiak girls place sixth at state

Although unofficial, local track coaches pleased with youth, performances at Mini Meet

Local coaches are feeling a bit more complete, thanks to the showings make by incoming freshmen during the Mini (Me) Meet, held Friday and Saturday at the Anchorage Dome. And while the meet was unofficial, not requiring athletes to secure the requisite 10 practices usually mandated, Chugiak Coach Melissa Hall and Eagle River Coach Matt Turner were able to get baseline times for this season’s athletes.

Area varsity soccer teams go 1-1-2 in opening weekend of play

The Chugiak Mustang girls varsity soccer team secured the only victory among four games played by both local high school boys and girls teams during the opening weekend of competition Saturday at The Dome. The Lady Mustangs upended East, 2-0, on goals from senior Madeline Elliassen and freshman Carson Head. Both strikes, one each half, come off corner kicks served up by Michelle Eliassen and Briana Romesha, respectively.

Mustang royalty return to Chugiak to remember and retire jerseys

The best athletes to don the Columbia Blue and Black of the Chugiak Mustangs will be on hand this Friday for recognition of past accomplishments and to retire their high school jerseys, announced Chugiak Activities principal Jim Bell last week.

Spring break brings bevy of additions to high school sports docket

It’s the second-busiest time in the high school sports calendar, with Eagle River and Chugiak High activities offices feeling the crunch. Three sports began March 9, the first day of last week’s Spring Break, and athletes had to have all their materials and forms on file prior to the weeklong hiatus as track and field, along with boys and girls soccer, began. High school baseball and softball begins this week.
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