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Today's Sports

  • Catron, Guzman pitch Rebels past...

    PARKER — The Columbine Rebels' Batter's Box summer baseball team has been struggling offensively lately, but its pitching staff is making sure the runs they get are enough.

    Pitchers Garret Catron and Bert Guzman combined to allow just five  hits and one run as they eased their way past Chaparral 4-1 on July 17 at Chaparral High School.The Rebels built a 4-0 lead after four innings, capitalizing on defensive miscues by the Wolverines and didn’t look back using good defensive and great pitching to stymie Chaparral.

  • Rush U-18 team displays heart,...

    It was uncharted territory already for the U-18 Colorado Rush Nike girls soccer team. A team loaded with soon-to-be college players had never made it out of the Region IV quarterfinals much less a half away from going to nationals.

    But that’s where they were on June 26 in Boise, Idaho, against a Real So Cal team that had won its first five games in the weeklong tournament by a combined score of 21-1. Two early goals from Madison Yowsa and Denali Murnan had the Rush eyeing Phoenix, Ariz., site of next week’s four-team nationals.

  • Sports briefs

    VOLLEYBALL
    Columbine hosting youth girls volleyball camp
    Columbine High School’s varsity volleyball team and coaches will be conducting a girls youth volleyball camp Aug. 10-12 from 8 a.m. until noon in the school gym.

    The camp is open to all girls entering 6th-8th grade.

    The cost is $45 and includes a T-shirt. Please bring court/tennis shoes, knee pads and a water bottle with your child’s name on it. 

  • Eagles turn the tables on...

    Whenever Chatfield and Dakota Ridge get together it usually makes for a competitive game. Last week was no exception. After Chatfield defeated Dakota Ridge, 4-3, in nine innings on July 6 at Chatfield, Dakota Ridge returned the favor by winning the rematch 2-1 a day later at Dakota Ridge High School.

  • Programs adding AEDs to safety...

    As safety in athletics has become more of a priority, athletic programs are incorporating Automated External Defibrillator (AED) into their safety kits. But, the life saving piece of equipment is strictly optional.

    While it’s a fact that injuries are a risk when playing sports, few people realize that athletes, despite their physical conditioning, are at a far higher risk of dying from sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) than from any other sports-related illness or injury. 

  • Batter’s Box ace injured in loss

    BRIGHTON — It should’ve been a routine play, but it wasn’t. Then again, not much went right for Columbine’s Batter’s Box summer baseball team on July 7.

    Starting pitcher and staff ace Mike Thill tried to retrieve a slow roller hit by Brighton leadoff batter Ricky Lane to open the second inning. Unfortunately, Thill slipped on the infield grass that had been dampened by rain the night before, reportedly dislocating his right kneecap.

  • League champions crowed at...

    Ken Caryl Little League concluded its 11th season on July 4 with an end-of-season celebration at Ken Caryl Community Park West. Twenty-seven teams and more than 400 family members and friends gathered for a final tribute to the season.

  • KCLL teams excel at Liberty...

    Ken Caryl Little League entered four teams in four brackets at the annual Littleton Liberty Blast baseball tournament. 

    KCLL teams representing the 8U, 9U, 10U and 12U divisions played teams from across the Denver metropolitan area in a tournament dedicated to the men and women in our armed forces.  

    Three of the four teams reached the title games for their respective brackets. 

  • Teams embrace laid-back...

    Meet Abdullah Musleh for the Dakota Ridge Eagles. And Austin Genthe. And Jack Anderson. All wearing No. 20. That, in a nutshell, is the laid-back nature of summer basketball.

    “It could be confusing for the guy keeping track of fouls. It just kind of happened today,” Musleh said.

    Yes, the atmosphere is rather easygoing compared to the high school regular season, which runs from December through the state finals in March, but the summer season is important in building for what’s to come.

  • Dems’ persistence pays off for...

    Dylan Dems could’ve sulked after he was pinch hit for in the sixth inning, but he didn’t. Instead, the rising Chatfield junior proved his mettle when he got another chance in the eighth.

    The Chargers second baseman sent George Couglin’s 1-1 pitch — his 104th pitch overall — up the middle with two outs in the eighth and pinch runner Cody Cordova scored from second for a 4-3 victory over Lakewood in Game 1 of a doubleheader. The Tigers bounced back to win Game 2 by a 6-1 score.