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Today's Sports

  • Evergreen can’t overcome cold...

    FORT MORGAN — Head coach Rob Molholm sat on the sideline as his team — players, assistant coaches and fans — huddled around each other on the field. Moments earlier, quarterback Dylan Reifeis sat on the frigid field, his hands wrapped around his helmet. Tanner Cassin struggled to get back to his feet.

  • Swimmers, Kroll sign letters of...

    By Matthew Van Deventer
    For the Courier

    Swimming at Evergreen High School reached a new high last year with its record-breaking state championship season. Come May, five seniors will be graduating and heading to their chosen schools to continue their legacy around the country.

  • 4A Jeffco all-conference cross...

    The following are all-conferences selections in the 4A Jeffco League for the 2014 fall season in cross country and gymnastics:

  • Cougars end 15-year playoff...

    LAKEWOOD — The last time the Evergreen Cougars won a 3A state football playoff game, Bill Clinton was president of the United States, Facebook, Twitter and Wikipedia didn’t even exist, Peyton Manning was only in his second season in the NFL, and iPhones and iPads hadn’t yet been released.

    In other words, it had been a while. Fifteen years to be exact.

  • Column: Pritchett’s departure...

    Ted Pritchett, like all of us, has a calling. For the 73-year-old, it is pickleball, both playing it and teaching it. Pickleball is a combination of tennis, badminton and table tennis. Picture a shrunk-down tennis court with a wiffleball.

    When pickleball came to Evergreen in 2011, there were just 17 programs in Colorado. Today, there are 96. The popularity is ever-growing. Pritchett first took up the sport in November 2008.

  • 4A Jeffco all-conference boys...

    The following are all-conferences selections in the 4A Jeffco League for the 2014 fall season in boys golf and softball:

  • Cougars rally, win league title

    LAKEWOOD — After the regular season that the Evergreen Cougars just had, it would be easy to be content. But this team, this year, is not satisfied. In Evergreen’s mind, the season is just starting. More importantly, it’s a new season — playoff season. The past 10 weeks have been just a warm-up.

  • EHS’ ‘rough season’ ends with...

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

    THORNTON — Evergreen became this year’s Murphy’s Law poster child for high school gymnastics in Colorado.

    “We just had a rough season,” second-year coach Chancey Hines said after the Lady Cougars, who won the 2011 title in 4A, finished fifth out of six teams at the Oct. 31-Nov. 1 state meet at Thornton High School.

  • All-conference boys tennis, boys...

    The following are all-conferences selections in the 4A Jeffco League for the 2014 fall season in boys tennis and boys soccer:

  • Point guard Haas to miss start...

    Evergreen senior point guard Nathan Haas will miss the first month of the 2014-15 boys basketball season after being diagnosed with a hairline fracture of the L4 vertebrae. He also injured the L5 vertebrae after landing wrong on a 360 dunk attempt during open gym basketball practice in mid-October.

    He’ll be sidelined eight weeks from the injury date, putting him on the shelf through the Christmas break. Evergreen opens its season Dec. 2 at Gateway.

    “I feel like I let my team down a little bit, (but) they’ll be fine,” Haas said.