First-year Eagle River High competitive cheerleading coach Deborah Pierce reported the Wolves 15-member squad placed second among Anchorage High Schools taking part in the Fall Regionals held at South High Saturday.
Home range advantage provided no solace for the host Chugiak Mustangs Saturday, as the visiting Eagle River Wolves swept the meet, 7-0.
The regular season marks of Chugiak and Eagle River High varsity flag football teams did not help to further their post-season hope in first-round tournament action Tuesday.
Eagle River High senior Tara Fisher was named the Cook Inlet Conference flag football kicker and punter of the recently completed 2014 season. Fisher as also one of the two Wolves players named to the league’s top team. Chugiak likewise had two players selected, both seniors, named to the CIC first team. Both local schools had two athletes selected to the second team as well.
Eagle River and Chugiak swimming teams saved their best efforts for last with the Wolves sweeping Bartlett and the Mustang girls putting a healthy scare into Dimond, in the regular season finales held Friday.
Saving the best for last, more than one division of the Eagle River Panthers Association Pop Warner football program avenged earlier season losses to claim a state title.
In what may have been the season’s shortest tri-meet, Eagle River gymnast Elle Adkins took individual honors, and host Chugiak High, the team distinction, during their meet with Bartlett Saturday.
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.
The Chugiak Mustangs varsity football team rode the injured wagon for the last third of the season, affecting their first-round 24-12 loss to the Lathrop Malemutes in Fairbanks Saturday.