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Today's Sports

  • Evergreen High School poms takes...

    DENVER — All of the hard work that the Evergreen poms team put in for the past months finally paid off on Saturday in the 4A state spirit competition at the Denver Coliseum.
    The Cougars placed 12th in the pool of 24 teams, scoring a 74.4667.
    Their routine included a variety of moves, including a triple turn, six tours into a double turn and aerials.
    From the spectators’ viewpoint, they looked perfectly in-sync during a very energetic routine.

  • Evergreen claims Paul Davis...

    By Dennis Pleuss
    Jeffco Public Schools

    LAKEWOOD — Evergreen seniors Chase Rogers and Bridger Tenney proved to be the 1-2 punch the Cougars’ boys basketball team needed on Thursday.
    Evergreen (4-1) trailed early in the fourth quarter to Erie in the opening round of the Paul Davis Classic at Green Mountain High School. Rogers and Tenney took over in the fourth quarter, combing for 13 points as the Cougars pulled away for a 64-55 victory.

  • Conifer boys’ scoring tangent...

    CONIFER — Even a late-game surge from sophomore point guard Landon Wallace couldn’t save the Conifer boys basketball team from falling to visiting Golden.
    On Friday night at Conifer High School, the Lobos lost to the Demons 62-51, but it could have been much worse had Wallace not made four big shots at the end — three midrange jumpers and a three — to help bring a 21-point deficit down to 11.

  • Tigers best Cougars in battle of...

    EVERGREEN — The No. 1 Evergreen girls’ basketball team finally met its match.
    On Dec. 7 at Evergreen High School, visiting Holy Family — ranked No. 9 in the CHSAANow.com Class 4A preseason poll — beat the Cougars down the stretch to squeak out a win, 58-54. It was Evergreen’s first loss of the season.
    Throughout the matchup, junior Claudia Dillon led Evergreen with 16 points and was followed closely by senior Meriel Hahn, who added 11.

  • Cougar boys plagued by ball-...

    EVERGREEN — In its second game of the season, the Evergreen boys basketball team couldn’t get the job done on Friday night after a sluggish start on offense against visiting Silver Creek as it fell, 58-45.

    Silver Creek, ranked sixth in the CHSAANow.com Class 4A poll, outpaced the Cougars all night on the offensive end, and Evergreen’s defense didn’t do much to stop it on the other end of the court either — aside from the third quarter.

  • Conifer girls fall to Golden in...

    By Seth Kahn

    The Conifer High School girls basketball team came up short against the Demons of Golden High School on Nov. 29, falling 63-32.

    Senior Casey Scheffer led the way with eights points and a steal for the Lobos in a game in which they seemed to find difficulty getting into a rhythm. Despite the result, coach Cara Walderman was positive about her team’s performance and attitude.

  • Cougar girls poised for another...

    It may be hard to improve on its 4A state championship from last year — the first in school history — but that won’t stop the Evergreen girls’ basketball team from likely dominating its competition on the hardwood this season.

    It certainly doesn’t hurt that they only lost one senior following the 2016 season.

  • Five Lobo students commit to...

    CONIFER — Five athletes from Conifer will be taking their talents into the collegiate sphere next year.

    On Nov. 14 at Conifer High School, Isabel Arnold, Madeleine Foster, Cole Hollander, Nick William and Kyle Butler signed their letters of intent to play a variety of sports — lacrosse, soccer, cross country and track — at the next level.

    Isabel Arnold, soccer

    Isabel Arnold, who says she can play almost anywhere on the soccer field, signed her letter of intent to play at LeTourneau University in Longview, Texas.

  • Husky basketball looks ahead to...

    It may only her first year as head coach at Platte Canyon, but Becca Hammon is already making waves in the girls’ basketball program for the better.

  • Conifer boys hope to add on to...

    Conifer High School is looking forward to what could be the best season in boys’ basketball coach Eric Valerio’s tenure.

    Although he’s only been around for five years, Valerio helped take the team to its first state tournament berth last year, before the Lobos lost in the first round to Glenwood Springs. It was something that hadn’t been done in the nine years before he took over as head coach.

    With seven seniors returning this year, they’re hoping they can take that accomplishment to another level.