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Today's Sports

  • Chargers still alive in baseball...

    DENVER - With the first weekend of the Class 5A state baseball tournament under wraps, one thing is for certain: Chatfield won't be intimidated by anyone.

    The Chargers, the No. 8 seed in the eight-team field, opened the tournament with a bang on May 9, defeating previously unbeaten, and top-seeded, Cherry Creek 2-1.

  • Double their titles

    CHERRY HILLS VILLAGE- It’s doubtful that either Kelley Pickens or Melissa LeMar needed any extra motivation heading into their No. 1 doubles state championship match on May 10.

  • Columbine football inducts...

    DENVER- I am blown away.

    It has exceeded my expectations.

  • Eagles' bid for state title...

    DENVER - Judging by the stat line, Arapahoe’s Tayler Davis didn’t have much business being in the game – let alone earning the win – against Dakota Ridge.

    Yet that’s just what the lanky left-hander did in the teams’ May 10 Class 5A state baseball elimination game at All-City Field.

  • Regis routs Chatfield

    AURORA - Going from 0 to 8 turned out to be plenty fast for Chatfield.

    The Chargers took their first varsity season of boys lacrosse all the way to the state quarterfinals, where they were ousted by perennial contenders Regis 10-2 on the Raiders’ home field on May 10.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Shutout moves...

    LAKEWOOD – Score. Repeat. Advance.

    That was the workmanlike performance Chatfield turned in May 7 as the third-seeded Chargers breezed through the first round of the Class 5A girls soccer state tournament with a 4-0 victory over No. 30 Central of Grand Junction.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Chatfield...

    ARVADA — Max Erickson could sense the end was near for Smoky Hill.

    After getting off to a sluggish start in its first-ever playoff game, Chatfield's boys lacrosse team opened and closed the third quarter on a tear.

  • A staple of success

    Editor's note: This story originally appeared in the Columbine Courier on March 21, 2007.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Eagles jump...

    LAKEWOOD — Dakota Ridge’s girls soccer playoff game against Smoky Hill felt like a horror movie – things got really interested just after you thought the antagonist was dead and buried.

  • Rebels' run comes to an end...

    GREENWOOD VILLAGE — This senior class from Columbine will always be remembered as one of the most-talented in school history.

    Starting with a state baseball championship as sophomores to a football title and return trip to the state baseball tourney as juniors, the class achieved many things others only dream of.