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Today's Sports

  • It's important to be bear-...

    Bears have been particularly plentiful this summer and will continue to be until about the first of November when snow and cold weather will send them into hibernation.

    We have had a female with three cubs roaming around Herzman’s Mesa most of the summer. This is a dangerous situation, and we need to do everything we can do to avoid human contact with these bears.

  • Ex-Bronco Van Heusen focused on...

    Billy Van Heusen will tell you that he liked Denver so much that he never left. The former Denver Broncos split end and punter has made the Mile High region his home, even now some 33 years after his playing days ended.

  • Evergreen boys, girls open year...

    AURORA — Bryn Haebe, as honest as she could be, admitted that the cross country course at Arapahoe County Fairgrounds was a bit boring. There are no shades, no trees. It makes for a great course for the spectators looking on, but not so much for the runners participating.

  • Roundup: Cougars battle back to...

    CASTLE ROCK — Evergreen broke open a close game with a six-run fourth inning and the Lady Cougars battled back to win their last two games at the Don McCall Tournament, capping it with a 13-3 win over Palmer Ridge on Sept. 4.

  • Cougars' comeback bid...

     

     

    LAKEWOOD — Noah Ansley, if nothing else, is a competitor. His fiery nature makes him a good fit to be the emotional leader of Evergreen’s football team, especially on offense.

  • Evergreen native making name for...

    Mitch Hoke describes himself as a pretty average college kid. He might be right, except for the fact that he has chance to be an international mountain biking champion.

  • Cougars rejoice season-opening...

    CRAIG — Sam Keen knew somebody, somehow had to make a play. Maybe he wasn’t so sure it would be him, but the Evergreen senior defensive back knew that it had to happen

  • Cougars have their way vs. Faith...

    The girls on the Evergreen High School’s softball team would like to clarify something — softball is not baseball lite.

  • Duo leads Cougars to share of...

    LITTLETON — Taylor Shillingburg and Kyle Peterson each shot an 80, and Evergreen finished tied for fourth with a 327 score at the 4A Jeffco League boys golf match at The Meadows Golf Course on Aug. 26.

  • Time to frolic for ground...

    These lazy, warm summer days are what living in Evergreen is all about. But for some of God’s critters, they are a harbinger of a winter to come. Each morning our golden-mantled ground squirrel saunters out, blinks his eyes and ambles over to the birdfeeder for a hearty breakfast and to enjoy the warm sunshine. He frolics through his old haunts, runways and hideouts, then settles down at the feeder, obviously “in residence” for the summer. His appetite will increase soon as he stuffs himself in preparation for winter.