Dennis Pleuss
Chatfield senior Isaiah Reed (0) drives past Douglas County junior Kenneth Saunders during the first half during the Chargers’ season opener on Nov. 29 at Chatfield High School. Reed had a team-high 16 points in the Chargers’ 67-62 loss.
Chatfield’s late-game collapse to blame for loss

LITTLETON ­— After Chatfield freshman Ethan Gorowski’s 3-pointer put the Chargers up 60-49 with 4:50 left in the fourth quarter, it seemed as if the Chargers were on their way to their first win of the season.

As the “He’s a freshman” chants rained down from the student section, Chargers fans and players alike were unaware Douglas County was about to go on a 18-0 run that would lead to a 67-62 victory for the Huskies.