The Eagle River Lanes earned the distinction of “Home, Sweet Home” for members of the Chugiak and Eagle River High bowling squads, with the schools winning three of four matches last Thursday.
The Eagle River Wolves hockey team displayed some little Dr. Jekyll-Mr. Hyde tendencies last week, losing to Service and then defeating Lathrop within a 24-hour span. The Wolves lost to the Cougars, 4-0, Wednesday, then bested the Malemutes, 4-1, Thursday.
The Chugiak Mustangs wrestling team is looking to make a bit of noise on the mats this season, coming off a successful start at the two large meets to start the 2014-2015 season.
Following a tremendous start, the joint Chugiak-Eagle River girls hockey team has hit a bit of a bump in what should be a smooth sheet, err, of ice, with recent losses to both Fairbanks teams and a lone Cook Inlet Conference stinger to Dimond-West.
Eagle River and Chugiak High players teamed up, along with other members of the Jr. Avalanche U-18B hockey team, to win the Arizona Hockey Clubs’ Thanksgiving Shootout held in Phoenix.
Given measurable snowfall late last week, and hopes for more accumulation throughout this week, hopes are high that the season-opening cross-country ski race will indeed take place as planned this Saturday at Service High.
For the second straight year, the Mirror Lake varsity girls volleyball team finished second to Mears in the season-ending district-wide Jamboree. Mirror Lake assistant coach Mitch Tarter said the team played well, advancing out of pool play with Mears, Wendler, Hanshew and Clark to move into the title semifinals.
The Eagle River bowling squad scored a big victory, striking out often and sparing not to give their best effort in last week’s thunderous win over Chugiak in second-week regular season action at Center Bowl.
The Wolves are howling, and with good reason, as the boys hockey team is setting records. Recently the team defeated South Anchorage, 3-1, the first time in the school’s 10-year history. This week, Eagle River looks to defeat the Service Cougars. If so, that would be another record.
The Eagle River Wolves rifle team continued their stellar season, besting East 7-0 in recent rifle team action, while Chugiak came up a bit short, losing to host Bartlett 4-3 on Nov. 21.