Today's Sports

  • Fun in the sun at Chatfield...

    You don’t have to trek all over Colorado to get the full outdoor adventure experience. Chatfield State Park offers adventurers the opportunity to sample everything they want and love, as well as some they may have never thought possible within city limits. The following is a list of outdoor activities available as the summer weather heats up:


  • Sports briefs

    Chatfield camps set for July 31-Aug. 3 and Aug. 6-9

    Chatfield’s girls volleyball team will be hosting a camp July 31-Aug. 3 for players in grades 5-8 and for high school students, grades 9-12, from Aug. 6-9 at Chatfield Senior High School.
    Cost is $50.
    For more information, including times for the camps, and registration information visit www.chatfieldvolleyball.com.
    High school tryouts will be held Aug. 13-15 at Chatfield Senior High School.


  • Spring all-conference track...

    The following is the 5A all-conference Jeffco League track & field team for the 2012 spring season:


  • 2011-12 Coach of the Year: Andy...

    Andy Lowry says he had no idea that the 2011 Columbine football season would be as special as it was. But, then again, that’s how the 48-year-old head coach approaches every season.
    Every year is a new year, but there was something special about the Rebels last year. From the time Columbine boarded a plane for Florida and a preseason kickoff classic through Dec. 3 at Sports Authority Field at Mile HIgh when it won its fifth 5A state title since 1999 the Rebels were a team of, well, destiny.

  • 2011-12 Athlete of the Year:...

    Very little, if at all, did Cameron McDondle practice the final three weeks of the 2011 season. The Columbine Rebels running back couldn’t.
    Torn ligaments in his right ankle suffered in a second-round playoff game with Fairview severly hampered him. But it didn’t stop him. Far from it. Practice or no practice he was going to be there come game day.
    “I figured once I get on the field and the adrenaline is going I don’t care what injuries I have as long as I can run and perform at my best,” McDondle said.

  • Dakota Ridge ace Wilson drafted...

    Dakota Ridge graduate and right-handed pitcher Steven Wilson was drafted with the last pick of the 35th round — the 1,088th pick overall — by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 2012 amateur draft June 6.

    The 6-foot-3, 190-pounder went 7-1 with a 2.66 earned-run average for the Eagles this past season. He struck out 70, while walking just 15. The 17-year-old signed a letter-of-intent earlier this year to play Division I baseball at the University of Santa Clara (Calif.).

  • Spring all-conference teams:...

    The following are all-conference lists for the 2012 spring season:

    ATTACKMEN: Ryan Kelly, Columbine; Dalton Sierra, Columbine; Jake Gonzales, Columbine; Reilly Fletcher, Evergreen; Pete Aplet, Wheat Ridge; John Roach, Wheat Ridge
    MIDFIELDER: Ryan Schneider, Chatfield; Jack Stebbins, Columbine; Brandon Atwood, Columbine; Braden Olson, Evergreen; Scott Crews, Evergreen; Jacob Gladfelter, Wheat Ridge; Josh Kaufling, Wheat Ridge

  • Sports briefs

    Dakota Ridge hosting speed and agility camp throughout summer

    Dakota Ridge High School’s football team is conducting a speed and agility camp through July 6 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
    The camp is open to students in grades 2-9 from 9 a.m. until 10:15 a.m. and for students in grades 10-12 from 10:30-11:30 a.m. Brochures are available at Dakota Ridge High School or can be found online at http://dakota-hs.jeffco.k12.co.us/dakota/html/index.htm.

  • Eagles squeeze out win in eighth...

    The Dakota Ridge baseball team rounded out three days of play in the Kyle Blakeman tournament June 3 with a 6-5 extra-innings win against Wheat Ridge at Dakota Ridge High School. The Eagles concluded the tournament 4-1.
    “I’m happy with (all) of them,” Dakota Ridge head coach Jeff Legault said. “It’s a new group and they are getting their confidence going in this tournament. Overall, every single person has done something to help us be 4-1 to this point.”

  • Littleton rider finally has Saye

    LAKEWOOD — The scars on Tucker Saye’s left elbow are a reminder of the pain he’s endured the past few years. It is where he had a stainless steel rod placed to repair a serious injury in 2009 at Thunder Valley.