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Today's Sports

  • Cougars looking to score big,...

    If funds had permitted, the Evergreen Cougars might have trained for the boys soccer season at a secret location deep inside an underground lair. That might have suited second-year varsity coach Adrian Ferreira just fine.

    Looking for the top players this season? Ferreira is letting that honor become earned.

    How about formations or tactical shifts this season?

    “I don’t want to give any secrets away in the newspaper,” Ferreira said.

  • Stinging start

    If you’re a glass half-full kind of person, than you can certainly find positives in the first two games of the Evergreen softball season.

    While the Cougars have been hampered by injuries to several starters, it has allowed younger players an opportunity to gain valuable experience at the varsity level.

  • Kids: Cherish your youth

    Do you want to know how my weekend was?

    Do you really want to know?

    OK, I’ll tell you.

    If this tells you anything, the highlight was installing a new toilet.

    As a new home owner, tackling any home-improvement project (within reason, mind you) is something that, these days, I look forward to.

    I honestly never thought I’d say that.

  • World beaters? Just give the...

    The Evergreen boys golf team will conquer the world this season. And you can print that.

    OK, so that was only something Cougars coach Mike Kuzava said with a little jest, but can you find another coach that gets as excited about a season?

    Keep looking.

    The Cougars lost three seniors but reload with varsity veterans Ryan Hooks and Bryan Schlichter. And that is key to Kuzava — the Cougars reload rather than rebuild.

  • Cougars' two-armed monster...

    Typically, if you have one good pitcher on your softball team, you’re set.

    Evergreen coach Scott Haebe has a unique situation on his hands.

    He has two girls that are both capable of being another team’s ace. So, rather than relegate one to another position or the bench, Haebe is making the most of having an extra arm on his team.

  • Half-marathon delivers full...

    IDAHO SPRINGS — Wayne Cousineau can run a half-marathon as good as most anyone his age.

    His only problem is finishing the race in a way that doesn’t resemble Lazarus.

    Cousineau crossed the finish line of the Georgetown to Idaho Springs Half-Marathon on Aug. 9, before crumpling to the ground with legs that no longer worked and a distant gaze.

    And that was progress for the Boulder runner.

  • Green Bay: Just get me away

    I’m tired.

    Part of my admitted malaise is without question tied to my impending move, which as those of you who have purchased a home recently can attest to, is not without it’s share of headaches.

    But the thing that has me worn out above and beyond the trials of moving is the Brett Favre saga.

    Frankly, I’m sick of the whole thing.

  • Jordan's on the prowl

    Like his current favorite superhero Batman, Jordan Howard is shrouded in mystery.

    The 12-year-old Evergreen resident often gets tight-lipped when he’s asked to talk about himself. A surprising occurrence given Jordan’s success in the sport of boxing.

  • Triumvirate of local softball...

    There are many ways to go out with a bang.

    Evergreen senior Becca Motte managed to do it this summer even when the end of all things kind of fizzled.

    Playing on the Colorado Stampede 16A softball team with local teammates Alison Benedetti and Katie Cavanaugh, Motte got a chance to make her dreams come true when she stepped up to the plate in the state championship match with the bases loaded and a borrowed bat in hand.

    She went yard.

  • Cougars cap off summer with...

    The gas tank was empty, and no gas station was in sight for Evergreen Post 2001.

    While the Cougars reveled in the fact that this recent trip to the Legion state baseball tournament was the club’s sixth in the past seven years (only missing out in 2007), their stay at the tournament wasn’t as long as they had hoped for.