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  • Haebe pushes Skold to Top-10 run

    LITTLETON — It was a simple goal for Samantha Skold. The Evergreen sophomore just wanted to stay with her older teammate Bryn Haebe. It would be a good measuring stick considering Haebe’s recent success as to where she stood.

    To beat her, well that really let her know she could hang with some of the state’s best cross country runners.

  • Zuckerman, Theil qualify for 4A...

    ARVADA — Adam Zuckerman and Sam Theil are headed to state.

    The pair of Evergreen golfers each shot a 79 on Sept. 20 at the 4A Metro Regional at Fox Holllow Golf Course, finishing tied for 11th. They are among 21 golfers who qualified for the 4A state championship, which will take place Oct. 4-5 at Flying Horse Golf Club in Colorado Springs.

    “If you look at the season as a whole I’ve got to say Sam Theil has been our most consistent golfer,” Evergreen boys golf coach Mike Kuzava said.

  • Cougars protect home-field...

    It had been 32 years since the Evergreen Cougars’ varsity football team won on its home turf, but that didn’t seem to mean much on Sept. 16 as the Cougars beat up on the visiting Arvada Bulldogs, 53-12, in the first of three games to be played at Evergreen High School this year.

    “This is a special night,” Cougars head coach Rob Molholm said. “Their hearts were so into this because they didn’t want to let anyone down. …You could see that this was very important to them.”

  • Elks’ bugling buffets fall...

    Originally published Sept. 7, 2006

     

    Once more it is time for the “bugling” of the bull elk to flow down the mountains. This eerie, wailing sound is part of the rutting season and as much a part of the Rocky Mountain autumn as the turning of the aspen leaves.

    The first call reported to me this year was on Saturday, Aug. 26. A bit early but not too unusual. The calling will continue through September and dwindle in October, with still a few last calls heard in November.

  • Davis places 5th as Cougars...

    LITTLETON — Amanda Davis took fifth place overall and Cori Graves won the bars competition as Evergreen won the Columbine Invitational on Sept. 11.

  • Theil's 81 leads Cougars to...

     

     

    WESTMINSTER — Sam Theil had his fair share of issues at Hyland Hills Golf Course on Sept. 10. Be it the recently aerated greens that had been sanded down just the day before or the Par-5 holes on the Par-72 course, the Evergreen golfer ran into some issues.

  • Cougars to play first of three...

    Finally, the Evergreen Cougars are playing a home game.

  • Crows are something to crow about

    When we moved here in 1965, crows were officially named the “common crow.” But, they were definitely not common in Evergreen, except in winter. Summer crows in the mountains were few and far between.

  • 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.