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Today's Sports

  • Column: Boulder win just start...

    Jeremy Freed hadn’t run in the Bolder Boulder since his sophomore year at Evergreen High School. That was eight years ago, but that didn’t stop him in 2011.

    “Honestly, it’s one of the biggest races in Boulder,” said Freed, who works in marketing and retail there and now resides in Broomfield. “It was definitely a lot of fun the last time I did it.”

    But this year, his third run, probably was the most of all. It’s usually that way win you win.

  • Athlete of the Year: Bryn Haebe

    Two years ago, Bryn Haebe was surprised to win the 4A Jeffco League cross country championship. A year ago, she literally ran out of her shoes to win the title. This past season, she just merely three-peated.

    But all three races, while completely different in how she obtained victory, solidified her spot as one of the area’s top female cross country runners in recent years. Thus, Haebe has been named the Canyon Courier’s 2010-11 Athlete of the Year.

  • Coach of the Year: Peter Jeans

    Ever since Evergreen High School boys soccer coach Peter Jeans took over the team in the fall 2009 season, the Cougars have excelled further and further into the playoffs.

    Prior to Jeans’ debut, Evergreen couldn’t surpass the first round. Since then, the Cougars have gotten to the Round of 16 in 2009 and semifinals in 2010, before falling to Cheyenne Mountain and Broomfield, respectively.

  • Spring sports all-conference...

    Following is a list of all-conference performers for Evergreen and Conifer high schools during the 2011 spring sports season. Only athletes from those schools are noted for second team and honorable mention selections:

  • Sports briefs: Evergreen High...

    The Evergreen High School Poms are hosting a golf tournament at Hiwan Country Club on Monday, June 13.

    Play is scheduled to start at 7:30 a.m.

    Cost is $150 per player, which includes a cart, green fees, breakfast, lunch and prizes. 

    For more information, contact Bob Mackay at (303) 808-2550 or by e-mail at mbobmackay@aol.com.

  • Hummingbirds make an appearance...

    In last week’s column, I promised to write about hummingbirds this week. To old-timers, I apologize for one more article about hummingbirds, but I receive more phone calls about hummingbirds than any other bird and most of these callers say, “I know you have written about hummingbirds before, but I didn’t save the article, so I need you to write about them again.” The most frequent request is the formula for making syrup to feed hummingbirds.

  • Beloved chipping sparrows arrive...

    One of the most beloved birds across America is the little chipping sparrow. This little red-capped sparrow probably lived in or along the edge of natural openings in the forest, such as along streams and lakeshores or along the edge of natural clearings where trees had blown down or died from old age or other reasons.
    Then when human beings started to make small clearings in the forest for their homes, towns and agriculture, the chipping sparrows found more habitat available and began to increase in numbers. Almost everyone seemed to have a pair nesting in their backyard.

  • READY FOR THE RIDE

    Bryan Walz has been looking for an opportunity to work with kids for a while. And even though he’s organized rock climbing outings in the past his true passion is mountain bike racing.

    Last year, the Colorado Cycling League was formed, giving Walz the perfect opportunity to get involved and he jumped at the chance.

  • Sports briefs: Summer baseball...

    Evergreen High School will be hosting a baseball camp with head coach Terry Hensley, his staff and players June 6-9 from 1-4 p.m. daily at EHS.

    The camp is open to players ages 5 to 14. 

    For more information or to register, call the high school at 303-982-5078 or the batting cages at 303-982-5136.

    Evergreen to play three games at Montrose tournament
    Evergreen High School will play three games June 3-5 at the Montrose tournament. Games will be played at Delta and Montrose high schools.

  • Anything can happen during...

    When I think of terns, I usually think of ocean shores, but there is one beautiful little tern that is found across the United States and Canada on small fresh water inland ponds, especially on prairie sloughs: the black tern.