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Today's Sports

  • Roundup: Evergreen girls tennis...

    Rachel Chado and Madison Rogers, Evergreen’s No. 4 doubles team, scored a 6-1, 6-2 win over Valor Christian’s Emilie Benedict and Rachel Manning, but it would be the Lady Cougars’ lone win in a 6-1 loss to the Eagles on April 21 at Evergreen High School.
    Valor Christian scored wins in all three doubles matches and a pair of three-set victories at No. 1 and No. 2 doubles.

    TRACK &  FIELD
    Evergreen places fourth at George Washington Invitational

  • Cougars unleash long ball on...

    Mike Imes wasn’t trying to do too much with the 0-1 offering. But the baseball, especially the way Evergreen’s batters were seeing it, looked like a giant beach ball on April 18 at Evergreen High School.

    And it was flying around all over the place. 

    Imes smacked the floating curve ball for a third-inning grand slam — one of four home runs Evergreen hit off Conifer starting pitcher Steven Stick and the second in the inning — en route to an 18-7 victory. The game was called after five innings due to the 10-run mercy rule.

  • Rebels share load in rout of...

    LAKEWOOD — Things have been going well lately for the Columbine Lady Rebels’ girls lacrosse team. In a 20-2 win over Wheat Ridge on April 12, 14 players scored goals and going into their game with Evergreen on April 14 at Trailblazer Stadium, they sought to better that mark.

    And when Molly Secora scored late in the second half of the Lady Rebels’ 21-3 blowout of the Lady Cougars, she became the 15th Rebel to tally a goal.

  • Roundup: Butler, Cougars rolling...

    Christian Butler and three other players scored as Evergreen scored a 4-3 home win over Golden on April 18 at Evergreen High School.

    Evan Dreggors, Braden Olson and Scott Crews also scored for the Cougars (8-1).

    Matt Hoff made seven saves in net for Evergreen.

    Golden dropped to 5-5 on the season.

  • Robin song fills the springtime...

    I just came in from the patio where I was listening for a robin singing his twilight song. I have always loved the evening hours just before dark. It’s a magical time often referred to as the gloaming.

  • Evergreen serves notice vs....

    CONIFER — Claire Babb, in her words, played absolutely awful two days earlier. Her straight-set loss to Erin Gebes of D’Evelyn had her feeling less than stellar about her tennis game.

    “I needed a win. I was not feeling so hot about my game, so I’m glad I got a win out of that one,” Babb said after her 6-1, 6-0 win over Rachel Van Bibber at No. 1 singles in Evergreen’s 7-0 victory over host Conifer on April 7.

  • Cougars in control from the...

    LAKEWOOD — Reilly Fletcher put it in perspective. The Evergreen junior knows that you can’t score unless you have possession of the ball. The Cougars had little problem in doing that April 8 at Trailblazer Stadium.

    Evergreen jumped out to a 10-goal halftime lead, partially in part to Fletcher’s first-half hat trick, and never looked back in a 17-0 thumping of Englewood.

  • Roundup: Murphy, Maroney lead...

    DENVER — Ethan Murphy went 4-for-6 with a homer and four RBIs and Evergreen jumped out to an 11-run lead in the first inning and never looked back en route to a 23-1 baseball win over Denver South on April 9.

    James Maroney also homered and scored three runs, while Cody Jess was 3-for-4 with a double, triple, four RBIs and four runs scored.

    In all, the Cougars (7-2) collected 25 hits.

  • All-conference girls swimming

    Following is a list of the all-conference selections in girls swimming in the 4A Jeffco League for the winter sports season:

  • New book details bird migration...

    The next two months are the most exciting time of the year to all birders. They are the months of spring migration, when thousands of birds move from South and Central America to their breeding grounds in the United States and Canada.
    It is not quite clear why birds make this journey of thousands of miles twice a year, but they do. Many of them migrate at night. Unseen, they pass overhead with no one the wiser except for hearing their call notes. Call notes are short chirps that birds use to keep their flocks together in flight.