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Today's Sports

  • Skold, Sayler peaking at the...

    LITTLETON — Not an altered Clement Park course or surgically-repaired leg from last season can challenge the mental strength that Sammy Skold is overflowing with right now.
    The 4A Jeffco League champion Skold is peaking at the right time, winning for the second consecutive week. This time it was the 4A Region 1 championships on Oct. 18 in 18 minutes, 55 seconds. She beat out Golden’s Olivia Treitman by 18 seconds.

  • Kingfishers make their home...

    Driving along the canyon road between Evergreen and Morrison the other day, it was a pleasure to see a belted kingfisher rattling his way along Bear Creek. They are such predictable birds. You can almost always find a kingfisher in the same places you have seen them before.

  • Sports briefs

    BOYS TENNIS
    No. 4 doubles team scores lone win at 4A state tournament
    PUEBLO
    — Evergreen’s No. 4 doubles team of Nathan Haas and Henry Raeder scored a 6-4, 6-1 victory in the first round of the 4A boys tennis state championships Oct. 11 at Pueblo City Park, but it would be the only victory the Cougars would get in the three-day tournament.

  • Cougars close in on perfect...

    By Will Petersen
    For the Courier
    LAKEWOOD — It developed innocently enough, but by the time the ball was in the back of the net the Evergreen Cougars’ boys soccer team had scored the “best goal all year,” according to head coach Peter Jeans in a 2-0 win over Green Mountain on Oct. 10 at Lakewood Memorial Field.

  • Prep cycling team hits trails

    When you go downhill fast and you get scared don’t hit the brakes just pedal faster. It sounds crazy, but you got to ride it all the way through.
    Metaphor for life? No, just the advice of 15-year-old Evergreen freshman Wyatt Guernsey about how to survive a mountain bike race.

  • Sayler, Skold run to Jeffco...

    LITTLETON — Jackson Sayler didn’t want to be the guy who just sat on the lead and then outkick everybody else at the end. He wanted to run his own race.
    Well, Evergreen teammate Sam Sahli made sure that Sayler wasn’t too far in front at the 4A Jeffco League championships Oct. 12 at Clement Park. Yet, Sayler still, as he said, ran his race and won the league title for the second time in three seasons.

  • Sports briefs

    BOYS SOCCER
    Cougars run unbeaten streak to eight games, top Wheat Ridge
    LAKEWOOD
    — Ethan Jackson scored his team-high 11th goal of the season and two other players also scored in Evergreen’s 3-1 victory over Wheat Ridge on Oct. 8 at Lakewood Memorial Field.
    Collin Molleur and Adriano Borsa also scored as the Cougars (9-1-2, 5-0 4A Jeffco League) stretched their undefeated streak to eight games. Borsa also added two assists.
    Junior goalkeeper Matthew Hornbecker made nine saves in net.

    FOOTBALL

  • 4A softball regional preview

    WHAT: 4A Region 6 tournament
    WHO: No. 6 Pueblo South (14-5) vs. No. 27 Woodland Park (14-5);
    No. 11 Palmer Ridge (14-5) vs. No. 22 Evergreen (11-8)
    WHEN: Oct. 13. Games at 10 a.m., 12:15 p.m., and 2:30 p.m.
    WHERE: CSU-Pueblo

  • Rebuilding Cougars have room to...

    LAKEWOOD —Barely bigger than an elementary school student, Evergreen freshman gymnast Callie Cohen stood tall on the beam and flew through the air on the uneven bars when the Lady Cougars faced Standley Lake on Oct. 3 in their dual meet at Bear Creek High School.
    With her 15th birthday just days after the meet, Cohen knew that she had a lot to prove — both for herself and for her team.

  • Peterson ties for 16th at 4A...

    Evergreen junior Kyle Peterson tied with four others for 16th with a 10-over-par 154 at the two-day 4A boys golf state championship at The Links at Cobble Creek in Montrose on Oct. 1-2.
    “Kyle P. was just a bit off at state. His putter or the greens or the combination of both is where he slipped a little,” Evergreen head coach Mike Kuzava said. “But he’s got one year left, and I know he’ll do what it takes to get back into the top-10 next time around. He is the heart of our team.”