Eagle River battled back from a three-goal deficit and scored two third-period goals ...
Tyler Kearney would love to become a professional bowler someday.
Eagle River High freshman Cathryn “Cat” Papasodora finished the season as the fifth-best shooter in the conference after firing an aggregate score of 383 at the Cook Inlet Conference riflery championships Saturday, Dec. 3 at West Anchorage.
ndividual competition among local cross country runners seems to be working out well for their respective teams.
Blood squirted from Travis Craig’s nose like water escaping a pinhole leak in a water balloon.
Eagle River has maintained a positive attitude through its first two losses of the season — the same was true in Week 3.
With just 15 swimmers, Eagle River’s team might be lacking in numbers, but that’s not dampening the spirits of senior Brenna Wheeler.
Eagle River erased two winless flag football seasons with a last-second touchdown to give it a 12-6 victory over rival Chugiak High to open the season Aug. 23.