Eagle River flag football has at least one more game while Chugiak saw its season end in the opening round of the Cook Inlet Conference tournament Tuesday, Oct. 9.
A pair of Chugiak Mustangs Mat-Su Youth Football Association (MYFA) teams won league titles on Saturday, Oct. 6 at Palmer High School.
After three years in Canada, 2009 Chugiak High graduate Ben Matthews is playing for the home team once again.
With less than 100 meters to go in Saturday’s Class 4A boys cross-country running state championship race, Chugiak’s David McPhetres was cruising to a top 10 finish.
Thanks to a costly mistake by sophomore quarterback Zyrelle Jones, Eagle River football held on to defeat Bartlett 31-25 in the regular season finale Saturday, Sept. 29 at the Wolves’ den.
Chugiak’s football season came to a disappointing end as the Mustangs fell 38-7 to East in the regular season finale at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium on Friday, Sept. 28.
After finishing third in the Cook Inlet Conference riflery championships two years in a row, Eagle River High has a new goal: win it all.
Chugiak’s regular season finale against Service today (Thursday, Oct. 4) will likely be a preview of the opening round of the flag football Cook Inlet Conference for the Mustangs.
The Seawolves are coming to Eagle River. The University of Alaska Anchorage hockey team is playing an exhibition game against the University of Regina, Saskatchewan, on Saturday, Oct. 6 at the McDonald Center to raise money for the Mustang Hockey Association.