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Today's Sports

  • 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.

  • Eagles' quick start stymies...

    There’s nothing flashy about the way Dakota Ridge attacks its opponents. The Lady Eagles use the small ball and their base-running skills to set up their power hitters. From there it’s a simple case of whether or not the defense can stop them.

  • Softball field named after...

    Simply put, Dave Atencio is varsity softball at Dakota Ridge High School. The only coach the program has ever known since the school opened in 1996, he has led the Lady Eagles to four league championships, seven district titles, five regional victories and a state title in 2001.

  • Roundup: Chatfield's Berry...

    Chatfield’s Nick Berry shot a 78 to place fifth overall, and Dakota Ridge finished third in the team scoring at a 5A Jeffco League match at The Meadows Golf Course on Aug. 26.

  • Eagles get help for first win of...

    BROOMFIELD — Scott Burroughs is pretty proud and rightfully so. The Dakota Ridge boys golf coach had watched his Eagles stare up to Ralston Valley in the first two meets of the season, struggling to find  some help for top-of-the-line golfers Zach Tripp and Drew Vance.

  • Hicks: Academic rules a no-win...

    There’s one school, like many in the state of Colorado, that follows CHSAA guidelines when it comes to athletic participation. CHSAA is the Colorado High School Activities Association, and high school football coaches will tell you that a player can’t have two Fs the week prior to a game or they are ineligible to play.

  • Front Range Christian finishes...

    The competition was a little stiffer and there was more of it. So Front Range Christian’s 14th-place finish in the 23-team Eaton Invitational boys golf match on Aug. 19 wasn’t quite the same as the Falcons’ second-place finish two days earlier at Lone Tree Golf Course. But that’s not to say all was a lost cause. Far from it.

  • Rebels’ Wilson injures...

    Adam Wilson said that it felt like he had the wind knocked out of him, but he could feel a pain in his back. He didn’t think much of it at first. It was just something he figured he could walk off.

  • Dakota Ridge comes out firing

    ENGLEWOOD — It’s not often that Drew Vance gets a chance to play Broken Tee Golf Course, but considering the way, as he said, he’s been playing this summer shooting a 1-over 73 was about what he expected.

  • 2010 Boys Golf Preview: Eagles...

    To hear Zach Tripp explain things it was an awesome experience.

    It was unbelievable.