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Today's Sports

  • Columbine Hall of Fame quickly...

    Spend any amount of time talking with Columbine football coach Andy Lowry and you’ll quickly get a sense for how passionate he is about the program.

    While he routinely deflects praise off himself and onto his players - despite having won four state championships since 1999 - Lowry is always pleased to discuss players and coaches from Columbine’s past.

  • Chargers topple Pirates, finish...

    ENGLEWOOD — Dallin Hall might have been able to wreck the Englewood Pirates just by himself.

    But what fun would that be?

  • Short-handed Rebels hang tough...

    DENVER — The Rebels didn’t get burned in their latest trial by fire on April 26.

    Loaded with youth and smarting from a host of injuries and sicknesses, Columbine’s boys lacrosse team got to measure itself against perennial powerhouse Denver East in a nonleague tune-up before the postseason begins this week.

  • Long ball carries Eagles

    Redemption was the only thing on Cameron Pritchett’s mind as he settled into the batter’s box.

    With one swing of the bat, the Dakota Ridge junior more than made up for his earlier blunder, as he slammed the first pitch he saw from Columbine reliever Scott Anundsen over the wall for a home run

  • Eagles keep soaring

    Ty Rosco’s dreams seeped into his reality Friday, April 18.

    That’s when Rosco stepped up to the plate in the bottom of the seventh inning with two outs, two baserunners on board and rival Chatfield leading his Dakota Ridge squad 5-4.

  • Coy quiets Rebels, leads...

    A day after falling victim to a walk-off home run to rival Dakota Ridge, Chatfield nearly was struck by lightning a second time.

    Thankfully for the Chargers, the wind was working in their favor April 19.

  • Bruins put Chargers' streak...

    Chatfield girls soccer coach, Brock Blume, had some interesting words to say to his players after the team’s first loss of the season April 19 to Cherry Creek.

    He said, “We talked about bending and not breaking, but we got bent.”

  • Rebels run past Cougars

    ARVADA — Just when it appeared Evergreen was going to make a game of it, Columbine stepped on the accelerator and never slowed down.

    Utilizing their superior speed, the Rebels rattled off seven straight goals in the second half, turning a four-goal advantage into an 11-goal rout at the North Area Athletic Complex.

  • Prep briefs

    Baseball

    Eagles still undefeated in Jeffco

  • Runners rule roost

    DENVER — The Mullen Runners Roost is usually the place to be for the top prep track and field athletes.

    In some ways it was, as more than 1,000 athletes from more than 60 schools showed their legs and leaps April 12 at Brother Bernard Kinneavy De La Salle Stadium.