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Today's Sports

  • Cougars, Lobos compete at state

    Both the Conifer and Evergreen tennis teams had athletes qualify for the state tournament. 

    The Lobos had several advance to the Class 3A tournament, including regional champion Hailey Janson.

    In No. 1 singles play, Janson fell in her opening match in two sets to Mae Thorp of Steamboat Springs. Janson then lost in the playback round to Julia Giltner of Holy Family in two sets.

  • Lobos reach the state semifinals

    In only his first year as head coach, Conifer’s Paul Taylor has led his team, and school into uncharted territories.

    For the first time in school history, the Lobos have advanced into the state semifinals.

    The fifth-seeded Lobos knocked off 12th-seeded Durango 25-2 in the opening round. Conifer continued its dominance in the second round, defeating fourth-seeded Vail Mountain 15-3.

  • Holley and Prey plan to ‘aim...

    By Dennis Pleuss

    Jeffco Public Schools

    ARVADA — Two of the top girl golfers in Jeffco will play in their final state tournament Monday and Tuesday at Colorado National Golf Course in Erie before heading in different directions.

  • Lobos finish second at 3A...

    LITTLETON— For two hours, Conifer’s Hailey Janson and D’Evlyn’s Julia Molnar battled point-for-point with a regional championship on the line. As the dust settled, it was Janson who came out on top in two sets (6-4, 6-4).

    “I was hoping for this all season,” said Janson. “In the past I have been super close to winning regionals and ended up losing, but this year I just kept thinking it’s going to be my year I’m going to win.”

  • Holley takes first in 4A at...

    GOLDEN— Natalie Holley continues to prove she’s one of the best golfers in Class 4A. The senior from Evergreen added another first-place finish to her season on Wednesday at the Ashley Forey tournament.

    Golfers faced brutal conditions with low temperatures and a rain/snow mix that spread through the foothills in the morning hours. Despite the conditions, athletes made the most of the day for a successful outing. 

  • Evergreen track earns a pair of...

    LAKEWOOD— After 37 events, the Evergreen girls and boys track teams were near the top of the standings in a competitive Jeffco Elite meet on Thursday at Jeffco Stadium

    The Cougars battled track powers Green Mountain and Valor Christian among others.

  • Cougars to host boys golf meeting

    Boys entering Evergreen or Clear Creek high schools or who are home-schooled are invited to an informational meeting to learn about the Evergreen boys golf team.

    The meeting will be from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, at the Evergreen Middle School library. EHS head golf coach Mike Kuzava will be available to answer questions and provide information about the team.

    Kuzava will discuss tryout dates, locations and times, expectations for the team, summer tournament opportunities and logistics of the golf season.

  • Evergreen blanks Conifer on...

    CONIFER -- Evergreen senior Sofia Weiner kicked off her final season with a solid performance in a 5-0 victory over rival Conifer on Thursday night at Lobo Field.
    With temperatures on the cool side, the Lady Cougars offense heated things up, firing off two shots in the game’s first three minutes.
    The Lady Cougars struck first in the 5th minute as Weiner intercepted a Conifer pass and powered a shot from 15 yards out past the Lady Lobos keeper and into the back of the net, giving Evergreen the early 1-0 advantage.

  • Cougars proud despite loss

    LAKEWOOD — The seventh-ranked Dakota Ridge girls lacrosse team flexed its muscle on April 27 in a 20-9 victory over Evergreen.

    “I’m very pleased with our team after today,” said Evergreen head coach Kevin Krum. “We have a very young team, first year program and I’m proud of how good this young team played against a strong program like Dakota Ridge.”

  • Conifer falls to Rocky Mountain

     Five goals wouldn’t be enough for the Conifer girls lacrosse team as it fell 17-5 against Rocky Mountain on Friday night.

    Both teams did their best to fight snowy conditions, which brought more than a foot of fresh powder to the Conifer area that night. The Lobos were led by sophomore Lena Heaney, who finished the game with two goals on five shots.