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Eagles feast on Skyhawks, 45-20

Nov. 7, 2012

At the homecoming game, “Get up Eaglenation” t-shirts were for sale to encourage school spirit. The shirts must have worked as the Eagles improved to 8-2 overall with a 45-20 win over Fort Lewis.

Eagles 7-2 after homecoming victory

Oct. 31, 2012

On Saturday, CSC came alive late and scored 21 fourth quarter points before cruising to a 41-23 victory over Western New Mexico University.

Eagles beat Cowboys, break into rankings

Oct. 24, 2012

After defeating New Mexico Highlands University 36-33 on Saturday in Las Vegas, the Eagles have a serious chance to make a playoff push.

Eagles pound Yellow Jackets, gear up for New Mexico battle

Oct. 17, 2012

No one will overlook quarterback Jonn McLain ever again, not after the sophomore of Chadron earned RMAC and Nebraska Division II player of the week honors.

Eagles’ air defense shreds Mountaineers

Sep. 26, 2012

On Saturday, the Chadron State Eagles got everything except a shutout. The Eagles recorded back-to-back interceptions in the first quarter that were both returned for touchdowns.

Eagles win against former coach’s team

Sep. 19, 2012

After an offensive thriller in Grand Junction, Colo., CSC walked away with its first RMAC win against Colorado Mesa University, Grand Junction, 41-30.

Four fumbles ferry Eagles to win

Sep. 12, 2012

There would be no fourth quarter rally this year as the Eagles defeated the Angelo State Rams 19-7 on Saturday.
“The guys were definitely motivated to play after last year’s four touchdowns in the fourth quarter comeback loss,” Head Football Coach Jay Long said.

Montana State upends Eagles in opener

Sep. 5, 2012

Last Thursday, the Eagles were unable to overcome the Bobcats’ roaring offensive attack. With help from an experienced quarterback, and a scrappy defense, Montana State defeated Chadron 33-6.

Eagles’ season opens at Montana State

Aug. 29, 2012

For the fourth time since 1997,  the Chadron State Eagles football team will compete against the Montana State University Bobcats in their season opener under the lights.

Football wraps spring practice

Apr. 25, 2012

Chadron State’s football team kicked off its spring game at 10:30 a.m., Saturday at Elliott Field. The graduate assistant coaches split the squad into two separate teams, Cardinal and White. Head Coach Jay Long invited RMAC officials to referee the game, which helped the incoming players’ to play under real game conditions, Long said.