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  • Cougars lose control of Power Cup

    EVERGREEN — Conifer coach Andrew Ubben didn’t know what to expect Feb. 7. Evergreen coach Steve Hitchens knew what was coming.

    Break open the trophy case, the Conifer Lobos took back the Power Cup. With a vengeance.

  • Grapplers grind through busy week

    At Conifer’s 10th annual LOBO Wrestling Invite on Jan. 26, Evergreen coach Steve Hitchens could tell his wrestlers were fading.

    “This has been a busy week for us,” said Hitchens, whose team was competing for the third time in three days. “That’s a lot of wrestling to do in a short amount of time.”

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  • Cougars ready for challenge

    The annual clash between mountain rivals Conifer and Evergreen is always a big deal.

    Considering where the basketball teams rank in terms of league standings, the Feb. 12 showdown between the girls and boys basketball teams -- scheduled for a 6 p.m. start for the boys, followed immediately by the girls -- takes on even more importance.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Golden edges...

    GOLDEN - Evergreen boys basketball coach Scott Haebe didn't want to talk about the call after his team's loss at Golden on Jan. 29.

    Everyone else, of course, was and will for as long as it takes until the bitter memory of a stinging 51-50 defeat fades.

    With 2.9 seconds remaining and the Cougars clinging to a 50-49 lead, the Demons had to bring the ball up the length of the floor and hope for the best.

  • Grapplers hang tough with Golden

    GOLDEN — Measuring oneself against a bunch of Demons can be a risky proposition.

    The Cougars, however, were proud of the comparisons.

  • Swimmers splash past Summit

    The end kind of snuck up on Krista Lance.

    Lance, along with the rest of the seniors on the Evergreen squad, lined up after the diving portion of the Jan. 25 girls swim meet against Summit to get a rose and a hug from coach Jeanne Godaire.

  • Evergreen Poms continuing legacy

    Great rewards carry great expectations.

    You certainly don’t have to tell that to members of the Evergreen High School Poms squad.

  • Phipps phenomenal on home floor

    Evergreen’s smallest weight took home the biggest prize for the Cougars on Saturday.

    Wrestling in his home tournament, Nathan Phipps won the 103-pound weight class and improved to 15-4 this season at the annual Evergreen Invitational.

  • Cougars hang tough in loss to...

    Rather than the washed out rap music, the Evergreen boys basketball team should have warmed up Tuesday night to the theme from Mission: Impossible.

    Evergreen was without three of its top seven players: Ryan Haebe (disciplinary), Mike Philbin (illness) and Joe Beaudin (illness).