Despite entering the Cook Inlet Conference volleyball tournament as the seventh seed, Eagle River still has a chance to make state, said assistant coach Gary Steinfort.
Although the prep football season is over, there’s still plenty of football left for some of the area’s top high school players.
Led by a pair of individual victories by sophomore Sammy Burke, one from freshman Emmie Jennings and senior Kaitlin Friedli’s second straight conference diving title, Chugiak’s girls finished second at the Cook Inlet Conference swimming and diving championships Saturday, Oct. 27 at Bartlett.
Eagle River High swimming and diving is hoping to make school history — and head coach Anna McGlocklin thinks she has the team to do it.
The Mustangs’ B and C teams notched victories Thursday, Oct. 18 to lift Chugiak riflery past Eagle River 5-2.
If Kaitlin Friedli wants to defend her state title, she just has to continue to do what she has all season — win.
Chugiak's Oldenkamp, Pegues join Eagle River's Dunn on first team; J. Benzel named to second team for Mustangs
Amy Fitzpatrick started speedskating while growing up in Michigan.
Eagle River hung with Dimond for three quarters, but the top-seeded flag football team scored three times in the final 12 minutes to defeat the Wolves 41-14 in the semifinals of the Cook Inlet Conference tournament Oct. 11 at Dimond Alumni Field.