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Today's Sports

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Tigers tame...

    Kelley Pickens found a certain satisfaction at the sight of Lakewood’s starting five lined up along the scorer’s table with 21 seconds remaining.

    Call it a small measure of victory.

  • Good times are here again

    Sometimes a team gets too focused on winning it all and doesn’t appreciate the little things.

    Other times, teams just take a step back and give thanks for one very important factor – that they have a team at all.

    That’s what the Dakota Ridge wrestling team discovered this year.

  • Chatfield takes home Jeffco...

    ARVADA — Observing Kaitlynn Jackson prepare to swim is nearly as eventful as watching her cut through the water.

    The Columbine sprinter jams on her iPod during the consolation final while she prepares for her race. On her hand are numbers scrawled in pen and sometimes she points to water as she makes mental notes.

  • Dakota's defense shines in...

    From the outset, it was pretty clear what Columbine’s strategy was against girls basketball rival Dakota Ridge.

    Spread the floor and let sophomore point guard Demitra Apergis drive the lane.

    Janelle Baal would have none of it.

  • Chatfield makes statement with...

    Memo to Wheat Ridge: Don’t dis the Chargers.

    What exactly was said and who from Farmerland said it was not something Chatfield boys basketball coach Steve Schimpeler wanted to repeat Feb. 8.

  • Cunningham tops list of local...

    Last year, Ryan Miller was the guy with all the media attention as he finalized his college plans.

    The 2006 Colorado Gatorade Player of the Year from Columbine High School decided to stick close to home and sign with the University of Colorado.

  • Athletes experience range of...

    Even after putting pen to paper, Columbine’s Kelsey Alsdorf had a difficult time coming to terms with what she had just done.

    The Columbine senior was one of 31 local athletes to sign national letters of intent Feb. 6 as part of National Signing Day.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Dakota Ridge...

    ARVADA – There wasn’t a lot of things Dakota Ridge's girls basketball team did right Feb. 5 against Arvada West.

    The Eagles didn’t have much intensity from the start; they shot 6-for-15 from the free-throw line, got in foul trouble and turned the ball over 20 times – seven times in the fourth quarter.

  • Dakota Ridge scratches out a win...

    Aside from having a stylish mullet, hockey commentator and former NHL coach Barry Melrose has some sage advice.

    One of his favorites: Throw the puck on net and good things will happen.

  • Chatfield Poms prepare future...

    The squeals of delight could be heard down the hallways Feb. 1 at Chatfield Senior High School.

    No, it wasn’t because the Chargers girls basketball team was winning but rather because the future Poms girls in the stands were excited for their upcoming performance at halftime.