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Today's Sports

  • Eagle hockey falls to Regis...

    DENVER — Midway through the season, not many expected the Dakota Ridge hockey team to make it far in the playoffs.

    Not only did the sixth-seeded Eagles prove the doubters wrong, but they played their hearts out and made it to the championship matchup at the Pepsi Center. On Monday night, they fell to defending state champion Regis Jesuit 5-2 to earn the runner-up spot in Colorado hockey this year.

  • Chatfield girls wrestling takes...

    “Wrestling is the sports of gods and champions.”

    As assistant wrestling coach Justin Koontz spoke to the masses of the Chatfield Senior High student body on Feb. 20 in the school commons, the crowd roared. After all, he got the pleasure of introducing Colorado’s first-ever girls state wrestling champions.

    Girls wrestling is still a new concept in Colorado, and the rest of the state has a lot of catching up to do.

  • Evergreen’s Phillips headed to...

    In her final season of high school skiing, Evergreen’s Jaden Phillips will have more to boast about than just a trip to the state ski meet.

    Next week, the Cougar senior will ski for the Junior National Nordic Ski Team in Alaska in a range of cross country competitions. It’s something she’s been working toward since last year when she joined the Summit Nordic Ski Club in Frisco.

  • Evergreen’s Phillips headed to...

    In her final season of high school skiing, Evergreen’s Jaden Phillips will have more to boast about than just a trip to the state ski meet.

    Next week, the Cougar senior will ski for the Junior National Nordic Ski Team in Alaska in a range of cross country competitions. It’s something she’s been working toward since last year when she joined the Summit Nordic Ski Club in Frisco.

  • Dillon eclipses 1,500 career...

    Claudia Dillon’s high school basketball career may not yet be over, but her contribution to Evergreen’s program won’t soon be forgotten.

    On Tuesday night, the senior phenom forever enshrined herself in the history books when she surpassed the 1,500 career point mark in the Cougars' 46-32 victory over visiting Erie. With the Sweet 16 win, the Cougars advanced to the Great Eight of the 4A state girls basketball tournament.

  • Condit earns third place at...

    DENVER — Conifer junior Zander Condit may have faced his fair share of adversity this season, but he overcame it all when he finished nearly at the top of 3A wrestling over the weekend at the Pepsi Center.

    On Saturday in the state wrestling tournament, Condit — who competes for Jefferson — battled his way up through the consolation bracket to place third in the 138-pound weight class. In his final winning match, he dominated Moffat County’s Daniel Caddy with a 16-0 tech fall.

  • Evergreen’s Davis earns a W at...

    DENVER — Evergreen coach Luke Burrier has been waiting a while for a wrestler like Ethan Davis to come into his program.

    On Friday afternoon at the Pepsi Center, the 152-pound senior phenom earned the Cougars’ first victory of the Burrier era at the 4A state tournament with a dominating 9-2 decision over Harrison’s Nestor Torrez in the first round of the consolation bracket.

    Davis wouldn’t let Torrez score until the last seven seconds of the third period.

  • Cougar girls hoops advances to...

    EVERGREEN — The Evergreen girls basketball team is still rolling.

    On Friday night on their home court, the Cougars — seeded No. 5 in the Class 4A state tournament — defeated No. 37 Falcon 57-42 in the second round and will now advance to the regional semifinals. They hosted Erie on Tuesday night.

    Senior phenom Claudia Dillon proved key to the Cougars’ big win. In securing another double-double, she scored 36 points and grabbed 15 of Evergreen’s 36 rebounds.

  • Evergreen skiers battle tough...

    A little snow is great for competitive skiing. A lot of snow? Not so much.

    On Thursday and Friday at the Purgatory Ski Resort in Durango, the Evergreen High School ski team learned that the hard way when, amid a massive snow storm, it competed at the state ski meet. The Lady Cougars finished seventh as a team out of 15 with a score of 480 between the alpine and Nordic racers.

  • Evergreen skiers battle tough...

    A little snow is great for competitive skiing. A lot of snow? Not so much.

    On Thursday and Friday at the Purgatory Ski Resort in Durango, the Evergreen High School ski team learned that the hard way when, amid a massive snow storm, it competed at the state ski meet. The Lady Cougars finished seventh as a team out of 15 with a score of 480 between the alpine and Nordic racers.