Chugiak (6-1) swept a softball doubleheader with Eagle River (0-9) on Tuesday, May 8 at Lions Park. Chugiak’s Jessica Tramp threw a five-hitter and struck out two en route to a 16-0 win in the first game. Carly Metcalf and Taylor Bakker pitched a combined two-hitter in a 15-0 win in Game 2.
Eagle River High sophomore Ed Hall, 16, won the shot put and discus at the freshman/sophomore championships April 27-28 at Bartlett High. Hall's heave of 43 feet, 1 3/4 inches set a new school record in the shot. He is the son of Carey and Lorine Hall of Eagle River.
Izzy Powers, 10, won six events and racked up 137 points en route to a girls 10 and under individual title at the Alaska Swimming Junior Olympic Championships at Bartlett High on April 26-29. Powers helped the Chugiak Aquatics Club to a ninth-place finish with a combined junior team score of 401.5 points. The Knik Swim Club was sixth with 789.5 points.
In the senior standings, Knik was fifth with a combined score of 713 points and CAC was 10th with 154 points.
Chugiak High senior Beka Zellers, 17, recorded her sixth shutout in eight games to lead the Mustangs to a 5-0 win over Bartlett on April 20. She is the daughter of Frank and Michelle Zellers of Chugiak.