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Today's News

  • Santa gets a head start with deliveries to metro area families

    Like elves in a giant workshop, hundreds of volunteers were wrapping Christmas gifts in the large gym of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints last Thursday evening.

    At one long table filled with rolls of holiday paper, ribbon and toys, Danny and Elizabeth Williams were helping their father, Scott Williams, wrap toys for needy children.

  • Columbine boys drop to 2-6 before break

    LITTLETON — Practice might not equal perfection, but Columbine’s boys basketball team hopes to see improvement after winter break.

    “The break is coming at a good time. We have a lot to work on over break,” Columbine coach Clay Thielking said after a 51-42 loss to Liberty on Dec. 17. “I don’t know how much of a break it will be. It will be a break from games. We welcome that.”

  • Navratil puts bow on Dakota Ridge victory

    LITTLETON — With Arapahoe closing quickly in the fourth quarter Dec. 19, Dakota Ridge’s girls basketball team turned to senior Caitlin Navratil.

    The Eagles’ 5-foot-2 guard poured in 10 points in the final five minutes, allowing Dakota Ridge to take a 67-54 victory into the winter break. Navratil finished with a game-high 23 points.

    “I trust the ball in (Navratil’s) hands for sure,” Dakota Ridge coach Diane Thompson said.

  • Sophomore key in OT win

    DENVER — D’Evelyn got a glimpse of its future Dec. 18.

    Sophomore Kolbron Schoenberger came off the bench for the Jaguars to pour in a team-high dozen points as D’Evelyn pulled out a 52-47 overtime victory against Holy Family. It was the first double-digit scoring game of the season for the sophomore.

  • Eagles’ second half impressive against Arapahoe

    LITTLETON — Coming off the bench wasn’t an issue for Dakota Ridge senior Devante Jones on Dec. 19 against Arapahoe.

    Jones was a game-changer and showed how valuable he is when on the court after entering the game midway through the first quarter. The 6-foot-4 senior scored a game-high 28 points and grabbed eight rebounds as Dakota Ridge erased a double-digit deficit to take a 78-63 victory.

  • Three Littleton police officers win promotions

    The Littleton Police Department has promoted three officers to reward their hard work, dedication and sacrifice. 

    Recognized by the city Friday were officer Shawn Carlson, who was promoted to sergeant; officer Rod Martinez, promoted to corporal; and officer Rick Redmond, also promoted to corporal. Dozens of friends, family and fellow officers attended the ceremony at Mission Hills Church. 

  • Jeffco sheriff investigating robbery in Pine, subsequent shooting

    The Jeffco Sheriff’s Office took three males into custody after an incident involving a reported robbery in Pine and a subsequent shooting on Thursday night.

  • Eagles get defensive to defeat Ponderosa

    LITTLETON — Dakota Ridge’s girls basketball team found its killer instinct in the opening round of The Ridge Holiday Classic.

    After three early-season victories by single-digits, the Eagles poured it on in the second half against Ponderosa on Dec. 10. Dakota Ridge outscored the Mustangs 34-11 after halftime to cruise to a 68-37 victory.

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    ARVADA — A four-game losing streak isn’t sitting well for D’Evelyn’s boys basketball team.

     “Next week will be a rough week for everybody. We’ll be working hard in the gym,” D’Evelyn senior Cameron Brown said Dec. 11 after a 49-35 loss to Arvada West in the seventh-place game of the Ralston Roundup Tournament at Ralston Valley High School. “We aren’t going to drop one to Holy Family. It’s just that simple.”