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Today's Sports

  • Bye, bye Mustangs

    It was Senior Night at Evergreen High School Feb. 22 and the Cougars’ three honorees made sure it would be a very fond memory. Megan Hodson, Kimmy Baroch and Tricia Oakes fueled a furious third quarter rally and led the Cougars to a 54-40 victory over Class 4A Jefferson County League rival Ralston Valley.

  • Cougars run out of ammo

    ARVADA — There is a certain qualifier to that whole David and Goliath scenario. Namely, David had rocks.

    Five of them, actually.

    So rather than beat the giant at his in-close game, David drilled the big guy from distance. Game over.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Jaguars sink...

    DENVER – Evergreen made seven field goals in the first quarter of its boys basketball game Feb. 20 at D’Evelyn.

    Over the final three quarters, the Cougars would make just seven more shots from the floor.

  • White's fifth-place finish...

    Evergreen’s girls swim season came to an end over the weekend with the Class 4A State Swimming and Diving Championships at Edora Pool and Ice center in Fort Collins.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Cougar boys...

    EVERGREEN – Conifer boys basketball coach Jeff DeBuhr has been advocating all season for his players to make the extra pass.

    The message was met with mixed signals, as evidence by the Lobos' 7-8 record through their first 15 games.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Evergreen...

    EVERGREEN — Reality set in quickly Feb. 12.

    Despite all the scheming and practicing on either side, the girls basketball portion of the mountain rivalry came down to simple execution. And only Evergreen did it.

  • 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.