The largest wind gust on a stormy Saturday, Sept. 15 didn’t come courtesy of Mother Nature, but from the hundreds of Chugiak football fans who breathed a simultaneous sigh of relief after their team held on for a heart-stopping 13-7 win over Eagle River at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
Getting to the state meet out of a loaded Cook Inlet Conference won’t be easy — but then, nothing worth doing is.
Chugiak’s flag football team raced to a 26-6 homecoming win over Eagle River on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
Chugiak defeated Eagle River 13-6 in Cook Inlet Conference football on Saturday, Sept. 15 at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium.
Though Chugiak might be low on gymnasts, the Mustangs aren’t short on talent.
After a year off, Eagle River High is fielding a gymnastics team for the 2012 season.
Eagle River football racked up 26 first-half points to defeat visiting West Valley 26-17 at its homecoming game Saturday, Sept. 8. Excluding last year’s win over Chugiak — a game the Mustangs won but had to forfeit due to use of an ineligible player — Saturday marked Eagle River’s first victory since beating Lathrop in 2010 at the first game played on the Wolves’ own turf.
Over the past eight years, Eagle River High has beaten rival Chugiak at least once in nearly all varsity sports except one — football.