A banged-up Eagle River squad finished fourth in the 20-team Service-Dimond tournament over the weekend at Dimond and Service High Schools.
On a night dedicated to thinking pink, the Eagle River volleyball team was feeling blue after losing a heartbreaking five-set match (19-25, 25-20, 18-25, 25-20, 17-15) to the East Thunderbirds Tuesday night at Eagle River High.
The loss of Matt Martin hasn’t affected Chugiak High riflery.
Chugiak High’s swimming/diving team split with East Anchorage on Friday, Oct. 14.
Chugiak High’s second “Think Pink” gymnastics meet Friday, Oct. 14 was a greater success than last year.
Eagle River’s Matt Turner, who guided the Wolves to an 8-7 record this season, has been named the Cook Inlet Conference flag football Coach of the Year by a vote of his peers.
With a core group of returners and up-and-coming freshmen, Eagle River High riflery can contend with the Cook Inlet Conference’s best, said seventh-year head coach Jeff Parker.
When East Anchorage ended Eagle River’s flag football season with a 13-0 win Tuesday, Oct. 11 in the first round of the Cook Inlet Conference playoffs, Wolves head Coach Matt Turner had nothing but positive words for his girls.