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Chugiak, Eagle River square off in first of two soccer matches

Victories have been hard to come by for Chugiak and Eagle River High boys and girls varsity soccer teams this season, so it was not unexpected that Monday’s girls varsity action at Chugiak should end up as tie. “We should have won it – again,” said Eagle River coach Laura Gardner, referring to the Wolves game against East Saturday, also ending in a tie.
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Mustang softball player Arnold signs NCAA Letter of Intent

Chugiak senior Alise Arnold signed a national letter of intent to play softball at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University this fall. Arnold was surrounded by family and friends during the ceremony held in the Chugiak Library after school April 15. Members of her high school and club softball team were also present.
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Sharp shooters

Two teams from the Borealis Bullseye rifle team recently competed in the Civilian Military Program (CMP) three-position Regional Championships held April 9-11 in Sandy, Utah, with four of the ten members hailing from Chugiak and Eagle River High Schools.
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Mustang softball player Arnold signs NCAA Letter of Intent

Chugiak senior Alise Arnold signed a national letter of intent to play softball at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University this fall. Arnold was surrounded by family and friends during the ceremony held in the Chugiak Library after school April 15. Members of her high school and club softball team were also present.

Chugiak, Eagle River square off in first of two soccer matches

Victories have been hard to come by for Chugiak and Eagle River High boys and girls varsity soccer teams this season, so it was not unexpected that Monday’s girls varsity action at Chugiak should end up as tie. “We should have won it – again,” said Eagle River coach Laura Gardner, referring to the Wolves game against East Saturday, also ending in a tie.

Eagle River girls place third in track and field invite

The Wolves girls track corps nearly pulled it off with a tremendous second day of action under The Dome for the Prosser/Whitmore Invite April 17 and 18, finishing third among 12 teams gathered for the annual event.

Sharp shooters

Two teams from the Borealis Bullseye rifle team recently competed in the Civilian Military Program (CMP) three-position Regional Championships held April 9-11 in Sandy, Utah, with four of the ten members hailing from Chugiak and Eagle River High Schools.

Gruening, Mears split in dual meet, winning two each

The Gruening Colts won both boys divisions, with host Mears claiming both girls divisions in a tightly-contested Middle School Track and Field meet April 14. Deven Wesolowski won three races at the seventh-grade level, and Chase Perry won two eighth-grade events as the Colts showed superiority in the sprint events.

Mirror Lake sweeps Begich, Wendler in mid-week track meet

Mirror Lake girls sprinters Brooklyn Gould and Sophia Lestina continued their winning ways, with Gould, a seventh grader, capturing the 200m, triple jump and 800m relay, and Lestina, eighth grade, securing the 100m, 200m and triple jump to highlight performances as the Coyotes played host in their victory over Wendler and Begich at The Dome April 18.
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