Kelly Cobb seems to be adjusting nicely to college life.
The Duke University freshman has exploded onto the scene for the Blue Devils, racking up a pair of game-winning goals, including a left-footed rocket that lifted Duke to a 2-1 lead in their eventual 3-1 win over No. 1 Notre Dame on Aug. 28.
“It feels amazing. I cannot even explain it.” Cobb said in a Duke press release sent after the match in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Danica Barto was the Wolves’ lone representative at Chugiak for the first gymnastics meet of the season Friday, Aug. 25. But the junior gymnast didn’t compete. Instead, Barto watched the Mustangs defeat East High 181.90 to 130.35 from the stands.
Blood squirted from Travis Craig’s nose like water escaping a pinhole leak in a water balloon.
He got off easy.
Craig’s broken nose forced him out of Saturday’s Cook Inlet Conference bloodbath at Anchorage Football Stadium in the first quarter, leaving him safe from further punishment as Service handed the Mustangs a 42-6 loss that wasn’t nearly as close as the score indicated.
Chugiak and Eagle River each took big losses on Saturday night. The Mustangs fell 42-6 to Service at Anchorage Football Stadium, while the Wolves dropped a 48-21 decision to Bartlett at Tom Huffer Sr. Stadium in Chugiak.
Chugiak's loss dropped the Mustangs to 2-1 in the Cook Inlet Conference and overall. Eagle River fell to 0-2 in the CIC and 0-3 overall.