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Today's Sports

  • Evergreen girls topple Conifer

    By Craig Harper — For the Courier

    EVERGREEN — Evergreen’s girls basketball team has had the difficult task of forgetting its recent abrupt loss to Green Mountain.

    But, then, they were playing Conifer, with such a strong rivalry that no one takes anything for granted.

    “We focused on moving on, focused on the now,” Evergreen senior Samantha Kisiel about any lasting effects following a buzzer-beating first loss of the season Jan. 8 to Green Mountain.

  • Evergreen protects its home court

    By Craig Harper — For the Courier

    EVERGREEN —Cougars basketball coach Scott Haebe seemed indifferent on Jan. 13 to all the hoopla that comes with any Evergreen-Conifer matchup.

    “I don’t get as caught up with the Conifer rivalry,” said Haebe, who’s participated in many games between the two in his 24 years as the helm of the boys basketball team.

  • Jeffco Open Space establishes...

    From North Table Mountain Park in Golden to Cathedral Spires Park in Pine, growing numbers of climbers scale high rocky outcrops using fixed hardware. Jeffco Open Space staff has developed rules and regulations to minimize climbing’s impacts on natural areas.

  • Small signs of spring appear...

    (Reprinted from Jan. 19, 2010)

    January is flying by with severely cold weather.

    January is the coldest month of the year, according to the National Weather Service, and it certainly has been this winter. Many nights have been well below zero, and the wind-chill factor has made some of them feel as cold as 20 below.

  • Quick Hits

    Evergreen boys off to 2-0 start

  • Buzzer-beater hands Evergreen...

    By Brian Miller — For the Courier

    LAKEWOOD — Having pretty much owned opponents during a nine-game winning streak — save a one-point victory over Mullen back on Dec. 5 — Evergreen’s girls basketball team found itself in an unfamiliar position Jan. 8.

  • One last dive for Mills and Lewis

    By Chelsy Woods Klein — For the Courier

    EVERGREEN — For a diver, water can be fickle — smooth and inviting one moment and then solidly repellant like a block of concrete the next.

    A good diver knows when and how to take off to achieve proper elevation, as well as execute graceful twists and flips in the air before slipping seamlessly into the water with little splash. However, to achieve perfection is difficult. Just ask Evergreen senior dive captain Bailey Mills.

  • Evergreen park district offers...

    Cross-country skiers looking for opportunities to hit the slopes without the hassle of driving to them can sign up for outings offered by the Evergreen Park and Recreation District.

    Many of the trips beginning this month take skiers to Nordic centers at Devil’s Thumb Ranch in Tabernash and Snow Mountain Ranch near Winter Park. Other trips are to ski resorts at Eldora, Grand Lake and Leadville. All ski outings take place on groomed, marked trails.

  • Two gray birds dominate during...

    (Reprinted from Jan. 12, 2010)

    It is winter again this week. Snowflakes have been in the air several times, but so far, we haven’t accumulated much, just added clean sheets to the snow bed that was already on the ground.

  • Cougars win family affair

    By Craig Harper — For the Courier

    EVERGREEN — Evergreen’s girls basketball coach Amy (Mohr) Bahl has the sport in her blood. And in the family she married into.

    She was a standout player at Fort Lewis College from 2001-05. She left as the school’s career leader in points, rebounds, field goals, free throws and steals.