The Dimond Lynx bounced back from their first loss of the flag football season by getting a win Wednesday, but the Eagle River Wolves didn't go quietly.

Dimond won the Cook Inlet Conference defensive battle 12-6 to get back on track after its nine-game winning streak ended Tuesday with a 19-0 loss to East.

The Lynx (10-1 in CIC play) took a 12-0 lead on two touchdowns engineered by quarterback Megan Luther, who ran 3 yards for one score and tossed a 16-yard pass to Savanna Wallace for the other.

Eagle River (3-8) made it 12-6 on Jessi Scott's 80-yard run in the second quarter. The Wolves had a chance to tie the game with less than two minutes left in the game, but a fourth-down pass fell incomplete in the end zone.

Dimond's offense was sparked by Victoria Johansen, who ran for 90 yards on 16 carries and caught three passes for 28 yards. Desi Tanuvasa's four pulls, one for a loss, and Makenna Boring's three led the Lynx defensively.

Powering the Eagle River defense were Soo Lee and Sierra Love.