Eagles race into first

Sep. 19, 2012

Chadron State women’s cross country team made their mark once again on Friday at Black Hills State. They have won their second meet in a row, with placing five runners in the top eight both times.

Struggle leads Eagles to victory

Sep. 19, 2012

Chadron State volleyball team’s fight improved from Friday when they fell in three to Metro State, but wasn’t enough to help them seal a victory over the Regis Rangers on Saturday.

Rodeo lopes homeward

Sep. 19, 2012

Chadron State College is set to host their only home rodeo of the season this weekend from Friday to Sunday at the Dawes County Fairgrounds, and CSC Rodeo coach Dustin Luper is excited. “It’s kind of like a homecoming game in football” Luper said. ”You get that advantage of knowing your home field.”

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.

V-ball team hits road, drops 3

Sep. 12, 2012

Coming out on top was not scheduled for the Eagles volleyball team this weekend. The Eagles lost three out of four games once again at the Black Hills State tournament this past weekend.

First meet since 1985 a success

Sep. 12, 2012

The women’s cross-country team won the first meet ran since 1985 on Saturday when they competed against South Dakota School of Mines. The meet was hosted in Chadron, adding to the aura of the meet.

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.

Cross country to battle Orediggers

Sep. 5, 2012

The Eagle cross country team will compete in their first meet this Saturday on their home course. South Dakota School of Mines challenges the Eagles in a dual to start the 2012 cross country season.

Eagles look for second chance in Black Hills

Sep. 5, 2012

Chadron State volleyball did not have the weekend they were hoping for, but are not discouraged.

“The girls fought hard and kept playing. A big factor was how far away we were. The tournament gave us a place to start working with the team on what we need to fix,” coach Janel Baily said.

Pairs putt for Eagles in upcoming season

Aug. 29, 2012

Even with seven of the nine golfers being freshman, Chadron State College’s golf team is ready to start the season.