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Today's Sports

  • Experienced Cougars ready for...

    Rob Molholm is not a big fan of playing Zero Week, and he’ll tell you that.

  • A lucky day to be part of Our...

    Friday the 13th, an unlucky day for some people, happened to be a lucky day indeed for my friend and fellow birder Warren Roske. Warren saw a northern goshawk on Friday at Evergreen Lake. This is one of the few sightings of a goshawk at the lake. But it was no accident that Warren was birding there, as he, my friend Loie Evans and a few other birding friends try to keep a daily tally of the birds at Evergreen Lake. They post which birds, and how many individuals, they see on a bulletin board on the Lake House side of the boardwalk.

  • Evergreen swimmer takes 7th at...

    IRVINE, CALIF. — Lexie Malazdrewicz took fourth place in the bonus finals in the 400 individual medley and seventh in the finals of the 200 backstroke last week at the Junior National Championships, held at the William Woolett Jr. Aquatics Complex.

  • Cougars ready for intrasquad...

    It’s football season.

    The Evergreen Cougars will hold an intrasquad scrimmage on Aug. 21 at Evergreen High School from 8:30-11:30 a.m. Lunch will follow.

  • Theil’s 77 leads...

    ARVADA — Sam Theil shot a 77 to finish eighth individually, and Evergreen took fifth place in the 11-team field at the second 4A Jeffco League match of the season Aug. 16 at West Woods Golf Club.

    Freshman Kyle Peterson fired an 81, while Adam Zuckerman and Taylor Shillingburg each shot an 84. Zach Fellows rounded out the scoring for Evergreen with an 88.

  • Hillig does it again, sweeps 13-...

     

  • Opening match a mixed bag for...

    ENGLEWOOD — For one, Taylor Shillingburg, the boys golf season couldn’t have started much better. For another, his Evergreen teammate Adam Zuckerman, he’s had better days. It was that kind of round for the Cougars on Aug. 12 at Broken Tee Golf Course.

  • The birding arts: observation...

    People often ask me how I happen to see so many more birds and animals than they do.

    They often say that they at least drive into downtown Evergreen every day, sometimes more than that, and they don’t see half as many things as I do.

    I usually reply to this that birders are made by learning the art of observation. I am not as good an observer as my late husband Bill was. He began birding the minute he woke up. Many days he had the first bird on his daily list before he got out of bed by looking out the bedroom window.

  • Senior Schillingburg talk of...

    Taylor Schillingburg, by his own admission, is a compulsive talker. He’s not a bragger or anything like that, but the Evergreen senior is known to talk a time or two on the golf course.

  • Haave makes her way back home

    Tanya Haave, no matter where life has taken her, still called Colorado home. The 1980 Evergreen graduate still owned a home in Lafayette in spite of spending the past four years as head women’s basketball coach at the University of San Francisco.