Eagle River sharpshooters win second straight conference championship
For the second straight year, Eagle River has produced the sharpest shooters in the Cook Inlet Conference. This year they’re the smartest, too.
The Wolves won their second straight CIC riflery championship Saturday at West High, besting the host Eagles by 63 points in the combined team standings. Eagle River also won the team GPA award for the highest combined team grade point average.
Eagle River beat Dimond by eight points last season to win its first conference title.
Kayla Reifel led the way for the Wolves with a 290 as all four of the team’s top shooters finished in the top 10 individual spots. Ava Perkins (283-13) was seventh, Emma Mackenzie (283-12) was eighth and Abigail Foger (282) finished 10th for the Wolves.
Chugiak’s Colton Sinerius shot a 283-10 to lead the Mustangs to a sixth-place finish.
CIC Riflery Championships
Saturday, Dec. 7
Team Scores: 1) Eagle River 3,342; 2) West 3,279; 3) Service 3,271; 4) Dimond 3,270; 5) South 3,049; 6) Chugiak 2,953; 7) Bartlett 2,432; 8) East 2,134.
Top 10 individuals: 1) Dominic Austin, West 291; 2) Kayla Reifel, Eagle River 290; 3) Camille Bennett, West 287; 4) Josephine Baty, Service 285; 5) Jerica Manaois, Dimond 284; 6) Kylee Wagendorf, South 283-14; 7) Ava Perkins, Eagle River 283-13; 8) Emma Mackenzie, Eagle River 283-12; 9) Colton Sinerius, Chugiak 283-10; 10) Abigail Foger, Eagle River 282.
Team GPA Award: Eagle River
Coach of the Year: Gunny Tom Foust, Service