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by Kevin Wells and Channel 2 Sports | November 15, 2010
The East High hockey team played without three suspended players on Monday night against Service. Despite the suspensions, the T-Birds still nearly managed to pull out a win. East led Service 1-0 in the second period on a goal by Alex Jackstadt before watching Service rally to win, 3-2. The Cougars improve to 2-0-0 in CIC play, while East drops to 1-1-1. Conor Deal scored both the game tying and go-ahead goals for the Cougars, while Andrew Cummings added goal number three.
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By Charlie Sokaitis | August 13, 2011
The defending State champion West Anchorage Eagles opened their season with a win.  The ASBN pre-season number one South High Wolverines get beat on the road by the pre-season number three Chugiak Mustangs.  Bartlett posts an impressive victory over West Valley, the Dimond Lynx shutout the Colony Knights and the short sprint that is the high school football season is now underway. Week One Saturday Scores: North Pole        28 West                  44   South                 18 Chugiak             21   Bartlett              51 West Valley      26   Dimond              31 Colony                  0   Palmer                14 East                       0   Eagle River         16 Soldotna              41   Skyview               32           Wasilla                 20   Delta                      8 Barrow                 73   Eielson               22 Kenai                 42   Valdez               14 Homer               54   ...
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by Kari Bustamante and Channel 2 Sports | September 22, 2011
The Chugiak High School football team is appealing punishment as a result of playing with an ineligible homeschooled player, according to Chugiak Head Coach Duncan Shackelford.  Homeschooled students are eligible to play Anchorage School District sports if their schooling is with an ASD sanctioned program. This detail was overlooked in the paperwork, and the player has been active in all Chugiak football games.  In consequence, the team is to forfeit their three victories, thus putting the Mustangs' playoff eligibility in serious jeopardy.   Without the infraction, Chugiak held a record of 3-3 overall and 2-3 in the Cook Inlet Conference.  South Anchorage, Colony and Eagle River all stand to gain a victory pending the appeal.
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by Kevin Wells | November 5, 2010
In a match reminiscent of their classic 2008 state final, Dimond outlasted Chugiak 22-25, 25-22, 25-23, 18-25, 16-14 to reach the finals of the Cook Inlet Conference volleyball tournament. The Lynx will play South in the title match. The unbeaten Wolverines downed Eagle River in three games, 25-11, 25-11, 25-16. The CIC will send three teams to next week's state tournament. The Mustangs and Wolves face off for that third seed at 4 p.m. Saturday. The Lynx and Wolverines follow at 6 p.m. Both matches are at Service High School.
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By Kevin Wells and Channel 2 Sports | May 23, 2011
The top seeded teams for this week's ASAA state soccer tournament will be the two schools that are combining to host the event. The Chugiak girls and Dimond boys earn the tournament's high seeds based on their victories at last week's Cook Inlet Conference tournament. The Mustangs will face Wasilla in Thursday's quarterfinal round, while the Lynx boys will face Service. Following Thursday's quarterfinal round, the rest of the winner's bracket will be contested at Dimond, culminating in Saturday's title games.
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by Kevin Wells and Channel 2 News | November 9, 2010
The Service and South hockey teams each picked up their first victories in Cook Inlet Conference play on Tuesday night. Service blanked Bartlett, 9-0, while South took down Chugiak, 4-1. The Cougars exploded for three goals in each period and peppered the Golden Bears net all night, registering 60 shots on goal. Aaron McInnis was the only two-goal scorer for Service, while Alex Prestegard collected three assists. Service is 1-0-0 in CIC play, while Bartlett drops to 0-2-0.
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By Lauren Magiera and Channel 2 Sports | March 3, 2011
The Cook Inlet Conference Basketball Tournament continued Thursday night at West High School with two minor upsets in girls action.   Sixth seeded Bartlett took down West, 46-33 behind 17 points from Bobbi Britt. The Golden Bears advance to face South in the semifinals. The day's other girls game was a close one, with fifth seeded Chugiak edging East, 36-35. The Mustangs will meet top seed Dimond in the semifinals. Form held in the boys tournament, with Dimond easily defeating South, 60-36.
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by Kevin Wells and Channel 2 Sports | February 9, 2012
Lathrop's Anders Carlson scored the game-winning goal with 8 point 7 seconds left in regulation to lift the Malemutes past the Chugiak Mustangs, 4-3 and into the semifinals of the ASAA 4A Hockey Tournament in Wasilla.  The win places Lathrop into the semifinals against Dimond in a rematch of the 2009 title game won by the Malemutes.  The Lynx remained undefeated on the season by defeating Wasilla in the quarterfinals, 6-1.  ...
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By Abby Hancock | September 23, 2011
An administrative oversight has left the Chugiak High School football team forced to forfeit wins this season. The Mustangs had a shot at the playoffs but the district discovered this week that a member of the team is ineligible because he is in a home-school program through the Galena school district. According to the Alaska School Activities Association, the rules state that the team must forfeit games. Chugiak booster club members say the decision is unfair and the players should not have to pay for the error that was made.
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by Kevin Wells | November 12, 2010
The South Anchorage and Grace Christian volleyball teams advanced to the 4A and 3A semifinals, respectively, of the state tournament that began on Thursday in Wasilla. Both squads entered the tournament undefeated on the season. Grace took care of Delta Junction to begin the 3A tourney, 25-7, 25-12, 25-23. The Grizzlies will face Dillingham in the semifinals. The Wolverines advanced by beating Craig in a close four-game match, 25-19, 26-24, 22-25, 25-18. The other 3A semifinal will pit Mt. Edgecumbe against Seward, after both swept their quarterfinal matches.
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