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Support for fundraiser appreciated

...Duck Inn, Soldotna; Don Jose's, Kenai; Echo Lake Meats, Soldotna; Footworks, Soldotna; Fraternal Order of the Eagles, Aerie 4317, Kasilof; Howling Wolf Furs, Clam Gulch; IGA Country Foods, Kenai; J & J Charters, Ninilchik; Jersey...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/opinion/letters/2015-04-14/support-for-fundraiser-ap
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Level playing field?

...eighth-graders, but many years have seen the Eagles in no real need to do so. CIA boys...needing the rule, as injuries left the Eagles with six players available at one...Franchino, who has been involved with the Eagles basketball program for nearly 20...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-04-11/level-playing-field
Sports
Local track teams jump right into season

...also added an eighth-place result in the boys high jump.COOK INLET ACADEMYFriday at the Big C Relays, CIA sophomore Noah Leaf took seventh in the boys 110m hurdles with a time of 16.94 seconds, highlighting the day for the Eagles.

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-04-11/local-track-teams-jump-right-into-
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Linn Plous

...volunteer work was on behalf of the Hospice of the Central Peninsula in Soldotna. Previously, Linn lent her time to the Eagles Ladies Auxiliary, B'nai B'rith and other worthy causes. She had many, many friends, staying in touch with people...

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Class 1A girls: Nikolaevsk girls advance, CIA loses heartbreaker

...in Anchorage. Saturday morning, the Eagles repeated the act. CIA lost 44-43...1A state tournament, relegating the Eagles to the consolation bracket. The...more than just happy to be there. The Eagles were eyeing a state title run, to...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-14/class-1a-girls
Sports
Peninsula Conference tournament: Nikolaevsk, CIA girls to meet in Friday championship for 4th straight year

...victory over Nikolaevsk on Thursday. The Eagles square off with defending champion...Timmy Smithwick led the way for the Eagles with 29 points. His brother, Riley...12. CIA girls 38, Birchwood 22 The Eagles, the No. 3 seed, stormed into...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-05/peninsula-conference-tournament
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State preview: CIA girls getting healthy at right time

...coach Kenny Leaf doesn't know much about Wainwright, the Eagles' opponent at 9:40 a.m. Saturday in the Class 1A...getting up to speed after an ankle injury. All this led to the Eagles playing in the Homer Winter Carnival tournament from...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-12/state-preview-cia-girls-getting-he
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Nikolaevsk boys rout Nanwalek

...matchup.Leading 22-8 at halftime, Nikolaevsk burst out of the gate in the third quarter with 22 points, while holding the Eagles completely scoreless.Kalenik and Felemon Molodih scored 10 points apiece to lead a balanced scoring effort for the...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-01-28/nikolaevsk-boys-rout-nanwalek
Sports
Race is on for state berths out of Peninsula Conference

...regular season ultimately landed the Eagles the second best division record of...The only conference team that the Eagles failed to beat this year was Seldovia...Leaf said unforced turnovers hurt the Eagles against Birchwood in their previous...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-03/race-is-on-for-state-berths-out-of
Sports
Peninsula teams fare well on 1st day of Peninsula Conference tourney

...win. CIA boys 74, Kodiak ESS 35 The Eagles clobbered Kodiak ESS with a win Wednesday...built it up to 35-20 at halftime. The Eagles outscored Kodiak 19-9 in the third...Romanoff. CIA girls 38, Seldovia 21 The Eagles handled the Sea Otters Wednesday...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/sports/2015-03-04/peninsula-teams-fare-well-on-1st-d
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