Jason Brewer isn’t the only new addition to the 2012 Eagle River High football program.
Although a trip to the Interior might seem like something better left to tourists this time of year, Chugiak head coach Duncan Shackelford said he prefers to look at the bright side of the team’s Week 1 road trip to non-conference foe West Valley.
Eagle River opens the 2012 prep football season against last year’s ASAA Large Schools state football runner-up South High.
Eagle River nearly pulled off its second upset over top-seeded Kenai Post 20, but the Twins had other plans.
Chugiak Post 33 was four outs away from winning its seventh state title, but Kenai Post 20 wouldn’t settle for second.
As the school with the smallest enrollment in the Cook Inlet Conference, Eagle River High’s football program is used be being outnumbered on the sidelines at most, if not all, games.
What’s done is done. After one of the most frustrating, heartbreaking seasons in team history, the Chugiak Mustangs would just as soon put the blinders on when it comes to the 2011 campaign.
Eagle River's Corey Cogdell finished ninth in the preliminary round of the Olympic Trapshooting competition on Saturday, Aug. 4 in London.
Kenai Post 20 defeated Chugiak Post 33 twice Saturday to win the American Legion AA State Tournament championship at Mulcahy Stadium.
Kenai Post 20 used a walk-off single to beat Eagle River 9-8 on Friday and eliminate the Wolves from the American Legion AA State Tournament.