U.S. Sens. Dan Sullivan and Lisa Murkowski, along with Rep. Don Young have announced their military service academy nominations for the class of 2021, a group that includes numerous students from hailing from Eagle River and Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson.
Chugiak's girls won the team title on Saturday at the Skiathlon Nordic ski meet at Kincaid Park.
Booher finished second and Nelson was third in the race, which combined classic and freestyle skiing by having athletes ski a 6-kilometer classic leg followed by a 4.8-kilometer freestyle sprint to the finish.
Chugiak's top four skiers had a combined time of 2 hours, 42 minutes, 13.7 seconds, more than two and a half minutes ahead of second-place West.
Eagle River made up for lost time on Friday night, ripping Bartlett 8-0 in a Cook Inlet Conference game delayed by a day due to icy weather Thursday.
The Wolves spread the puck around, getting goals from seven different players, including two from Brandon Lajoie. Also finding the net were Sutton and Cam McDonald, Nat Nielsen, Brayden Rachow, Brooks Christian and Ben Rinckey.
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Nine different players got in the scoring column as Eagle River ran away from Kenai Central on Saturday in a nonconference high school hockey game at the McDonald Center in Eagle River.
Ben Rinckey and Logan Dudinsky scored two goals each for the Wolves, who scored four times in the first period en route to a 7-0 win over the Kardinals.
Brayden Rachow, Elias Christian and Sutton McDonald also scored goals for the Wolves, who got three assists from Brandon Lajoie, two each from Sutton and Cam McDonald and one from both Brooks Christian and Joshua Linn.
Eagle River’s boys basketball team will be returning from its trip to the Kenai Peninsula with a nice souvenir.
The Wolves earned the tournament trophy after defeating Kodiak 61-38 in the final game of the Nikiski Tip-Off tournament at Nikiski High. The Wolves went 3-0 in the tourney, defeating the host Bulldogs 63-43 on Thursday and defeating the West JV team 67-28 on Friday.
In Saturday’s finale, Daniel Toribo led the Wolves with 16 points, Savon Wilson had 14, Bryson Rollman had 13 and Aaron Davis added 11 as the Wolves used a 22-8 third quarter to pull away.
UPDATE (Jan. 19, 10:56 p.m.): The council met on Jan. 19 and held its yearly election. Re-elected to serve on the council were Steve Connelly, Randy McCain and Burke Wonnell. Blake Merrifield and Darryl Parks were elected to fill the expiring seats of Erin Davichin and Deborah Jones, both of whom decided to not seek re-election. McCain was elected president, Jake Horazdovsky was elected vice president, Parks was elected secretary and Wonnell was elected treasurer. Davichin volunteered to fill an expiring alternate seat and was selected. All the votes were unanimous.