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December 16, 2017

Chugiak teams and Eagle River boys sweep three-way swim meet

Chugiak teams and Eagle River boys sweep three-way swim meet

By DAVID MORSE

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With the regular season moving into its final two weeks, local swimming teams are peaking to end-of-season form, with the Mustangs girls and boys teams claiming first in their meet with Bartlett and East, and the Wolves boys team besting South and Dimond in action Friday.

Eagle River won two of the three boys relays – the 200 medley and the 200 free – along with the Fox-Icarro brothers, Bryce and Blaise, winning three of the eight individual events.

The Chugiak girls team nearly tripled the score of second-place Bartlett, with a 296-110 margin, powered by victories in all three relays, and all but one individual event.

Emmie Jennings and Sam Burke both had two individuals, the 200 free/100 back and 200 IM/100 fly, respectively and were part of two relay wins.

On the boys side, the Mustangs won two relays, with Reid Blackstone winning the 500 free and 100 fly individual races. David Stockhouse and Jeremy Petrie also posted wins, in the 100 back and 200 freestyle, respectively.

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Chugiak teams and Eagle River boys sweep three-way swim meet