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Today's Sports

  • Power siblings Condits poised...

    Conifer High School may not have a wrestling team of its own, but it has some mat superstars that still grace its halls.

    Brother and sister Zander and Cayden Condit joined the Jefferson High School’s squad this year after Conifer’s team folded. With regionals just around the corner, they’re some of the best competitors in the state.

    According to the most recent On the Mat rankings, sophomore Cayden sits at No. 12 in the 106-pound weight class in Colorado with a 26-7 record. Zander, a junior, is No. 3 at 138 pounds (25-8).

  • Conifer girls basketball gets...

    CONIFER — The Conifer girls basketball team is heating up at just the right time. 

    Having won four of their last six games of the regular season, the Lobos capped off their winning streak with a 51-35 victory over Englewood on Monday night.

    What a way to start of the Colorado 8 tournament. 

  • Cougars’ Levine growing into a...

    A lot has changed since Nicole Levine first stepped on the varsity basketball court three months ago.

    In that short time, the Evergreen sophomore guard has blossomed into a player the Cougars can trust on both sides of the ball, and she’s become someone they’ve learned to rely on when needed.

  • Cougars’ Levine growing into a...

    A lot has changed since Nicole Levine first stepped on the varsity basketball court three months ago.

    In that short time, the Evergreen sophomore guard has blossomed into a player the Cougars can trust on both sides of the ball, and she’s become someone they’ve learned to rely on when needed.

  • Cougars’ Levine growing into a...

    A lot has changed since Nicole Levine first stepped on the varsity basketball court three months ago.

    In that short time, the Evergreen sophomore guard has blossomed into a player the Cougars can trust on both sides of the ball, and she’s become someone they’ve learned to rely on when needed.

  • Evergreen wrestling wins Jeffco...

    WHEAT RIDGE — Amid a season chock-full of both individual and team accomplishments for the Evergreen wrestling team, the Cougars earned a higher-caliber victory on Friday night: 4A Jeffco league champions.

    In the round robin tournament at Wheat Ridge High School — which also featured Golden, Standley Lake, Littleton and Wheat Ridge — the Cougars not only won the league title with 115 team points, but they also had five individual league champions in Ryan Weber (113 pounds), Rylie Sharp (120), Gabe Benton (145), Liam Osborn (170) and Reese Gibson (220).

  • Cougar skiers continue to...

    WINTER PARK — It seems the Evergreen ski team cannot be slowed.

    On Friday at the Winter Park ski resort, 12 Cougars — seven girls and five boys — finished their slalom races in the top 33 percent of their respective gender fields, meaning all of them qualified for state in the event.

  • Dakota Ridge charges back to...

    By Dennis Pleuss

    Jeffco Public Schools

    LITTLETON — Dakota Ridge sophomore Alexis Thornton's 3-point shots looked like beautiful rainbows to Eagles girls basketball fans on Friday.

    "I was just praying that they all go in," Thornton said of her making a trio of 3-pointers on her way to a season-high 16 points. "I think that really got the team some energy and got us riled up."

  • Hardwood heart attack: FRCS boys...

    LITTLETON — The Front Range Christian boys basketball team knows how to keep an audience on the edge of its seat.

    On Jan. 29 at Front Range Christian School, Clear Creek barely squeaked out a 63-61 victory thanks in large part to a missed last-second shot from the Falcons.

    The win perfectly epitomized the Golddiggers’ upward trend over the past couple weeks.

  • Platte Canyon skiers narrowly...

    WINTER PARK — In a growing season, the Platte Canyon ski team has been seeing great improvement as of late.

    Although Michael Dean is the Huskies’ only state qualifier to date, five skiers just barely missed the mark during Friday’s slalom competition at Winter Park.

    Dean and Palmer Lyons, the Huskies’ top male skiers, both crashed on the steep and narrow course. Twenty-eight male skiers crashed out of 63.

    Head coach Bob Feroldi has enjoyed watching his kids work their way up the pecking order as the season progresses.