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Today's Sports

  • Hillig does it again, sweeps 13-...

     

  • Opening match a mixed bag for...

    ENGLEWOOD — For one, Taylor Shillingburg, the boys golf season couldn’t have started much better. For another, his Evergreen teammate Adam Zuckerman, he’s had better days. It was that kind of round for the Cougars on Aug. 12 at Broken Tee Golf Course.

  • The birding arts: observation...

    People often ask me how I happen to see so many more birds and animals than they do.

    They often say that they at least drive into downtown Evergreen every day, sometimes more than that, and they don’t see half as many things as I do.

    I usually reply to this that birders are made by learning the art of observation. I am not as good an observer as my late husband Bill was. He began birding the minute he woke up. Many days he had the first bird on his daily list before he got out of bed by looking out the bedroom window.

  • Senior Schillingburg talk of...

    Taylor Schillingburg, by his own admission, is a compulsive talker. He’s not a bragger or anything like that, but the Evergreen senior is known to talk a time or two on the golf course.

  • Haave makes her way back home

    Tanya Haave, no matter where life has taken her, still called Colorado home. The 1980 Evergreen graduate still owned a home in Lafayette in spite of spending the past four years as head women’s basketball coach at the University of San Francisco.

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    We’d like to know about interesting events or activities. E-mail items of 125 words or less to news@evergreenco.com. 

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  • Douglas fir got its name from...

    The Douglas fir, pseudotsuga menziesii, is one of our loveliest trees. It is probably the largest tree growing in our forests today. It has a fascinating history that is closely woven with the man for whom it was named, David Douglas.

  • EHS Poms to host third annual...

    In an effort to raise money for nationals, the Evergreen High School Poms are hosting a golf tournament at 7:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 9, at Hiwan Country Club.

    The team is looking for golfers to play in the tournament. Cost is $150 per player and includes breakfast, golf cart, green fees, lunch and goody bag. Prizes will be awarded for overall male and female winners, as well as closest to the hole and longest drive winners.

  • SWARM girls rugby team battles...

    Shoulder surgery to repair a dislocated rotator cuff. A broken nose. Plenty of doubters. And, yet, Lindsay Caprio wouldn’t have it any other way. The 16-year-old Chatfield junior is a rugby player, no doubt about it.

  • Evergreen’s...

     

    If you ask Lexie Malazdrewicz what she attributes her success to she’s likely to tell you hard work and a lot of practice. A lot being an understatement. But even that doesn’t quantify the success she achieved at the USA Swimming Sectionals in Mount Hood, Ore., recently.