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  • Quick Hits

    Cougars mercy rule Conifer

  • Cougars thwarted by Valor’s...

    LAKEWOOD — The opening pitch proved to be a bad omen for Evergreen with the driver’s seat on the line in the Class 4A Jeffco League baseball race for the conference title.

    Cougars’ ace Dane Kapande plunked Valor Christian leadoff batter Joel Pierce to begin the showdown April 27 at All Star Park in Lakewood. The first four Eagles reached base in the top of the first inning on the way to a two-run first inning and eventual 3-1 victory over Evergreen (9-5 record, 4-1 in league).

  • Quick Hits

    Key regular season finale

  • Rising from the abyss

    By Chelsy Woods Klein — For the Courier

    EVERGREEN — Much like waxing and waning moons, Evergreen’s boys swim team has a long and somewhat muddled past, only allowing onlookers to see how brightly it shines when it’s in a particular phase.

  • Near no-hitter for Kapande

    DENVER — Image if the slider was working for Evergreen senior pitcher Dane Kapande on April 23 at D’Evelyn Junior/Senior High School.

    Kapande could have very well thrown a no-hitter in the Class 4A Jeffco League game against D’Evelyn. Instead, the Cougars’ ace had to settle for a 5-0 victory throwing 6 and 2/3 innings, giving up two hits while striking out 14 batters.

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    Bahl and Kisiel off to The Show

    Evergreen’s girls basketball coach Amy Bahl and senior Samantha Kisiel will participate in The Show (prep all-star) basketball game 6 p.m. Friday, April 29, at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood. Bahl, who guided the Cougars to the Class 4A state title game, will coach the Blue Team with Lakewood girls coach Chris Poisson. Kisiel was one of 22 girls selected to play. The senior, who averaged 15.3 points per game last season, will play for the Blue Team.

    Holley second at Broken Tee

  • Holley captures tournament...

    GOLDEN — At first glance, it looked like it might be a rough day at Applewood Golf Course on April 13.

    All the Jeffco League girls golf teams descended on the par 71 course for the third conference tournament of the season. With the greens having just been aerated, putting would be a challenge with more sand than grass visible on most greens.

  • Cougars fail to cool off hot...

    By Craig Harper — For the Courier

    EVERGREEN — It’s pick your poison for opponents when it comes to facing Conifer’s boys lacrosse team.

    The 2016 Lobos returned five players who scored 22-plus goals (three with 42) from the program’s first-ever playoff team last season.

  • Quick Hits

    Bahl and Kisiel off to The Show

    Evergreen’s girls basketball coach Amy Bahl and senior Samantha Kisiel will participate in The Show (prep all-star) basketball game 6 p.m. Friday, April 29, at Colorado Christian University in Lakewood. Bahl, who guided the Cougars to the Class 4A state title game, will coach the Blue Team with Lakewood girls coach Chris Poisson. Kisiel was one of 22 girls selected to play. The senior, who averaged 15.3 points per game last season, will play for the Blue Team.

    Shutout wins for Cougars

  • Barnett going out on top

    EVERGREEN — Tony Barnett is enjoying what might be the most successful school year ever for Evergreen High School’s athletic programs.

    Across the board, the Cougars are sending Barnett out the right way. Evergreen’s athletic director will retire at the end of the school year from the Jeffco School District after 14 years as the Cougars’ AD.