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Today's Sports

  • Dakota boys taken down from long...

    “Automatic” was the exact word to chant.

    The Green Mountain fans knew too well that when Brian Hunt touched the ball, it would most likely make its way into the basket.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Tigers bring...

    After four-plus years of dominance, the Dakota Ridge girls basketball team finally tasted defeat in Class 5A Jefferson County League play.

    Early feedback from the taste test revealed the Eagles didn’t like it.

  • Unified hoops players enjoy the...

    What if Chatfield and Columbine played a basketball game and no one in the stands seemed to care about who was winning, but yet they cheered every basket?

    Or imagine a game when a player making a basket was worthy of celebration on so many different levels, or when smiles and high-fives were pure and without the slightest hint of making the other team feel bad.

  • Unbeaten Kent tops Dakota

    “We had complete faith in Sean. We know that either Sean or Bobby can get the job done behind the net and Sean really did have a good game,” said Dakota Ridge senior captain Lee Foley after his team’s 3-1 loss to Kent Denver.

  • Chatfield boys grind out win...

    Like any rivalry worth admission, Chatfield vs. Columbine had plenty of blood, sweat and tears.

    Columbine’s Garrett Hurlbut and Chatfield’s Kyle Slavin both got small cuts early before coming back for more. The two accidentally collided in the fourth quarter opening gashes in each of them and stopping the game for some scrubbing of the floor.

  • Early run carries Rebel girls...

    Kelley Pickens and Dilan Sutliff were catalysts for the Chatfield girls basketball team the last time they played rival Columbine.

    The duo combined to score 27 points, leading the way to a 48-43 victory for the Chargers on the final day of the Jefferson County tournament.

  • Eagles jump out to early lead,...

    If the first 23 points scored by Dakota Ridge weren’t enough of an indication that Jan. 15’s game against Grandview was going the Eagles’ way, the end of the first quarter provided all the visual evidence one needed.

  • Nemechek reaches milestone

    Traci Nemechek has always been a coach that puts the team before herself.

    On Jan. 15, Nemechek’s players made sure she got a taste of the limelight.

  • Eagles overcome halftime deficit...

    All the Eagles needed was some heat to get them to play their game.

    The Chargers gave them what they wanted.

    Chatfield took a 27-26 lead at halftime in the Jan. 18 girls basketball game against Dakota Ridge, but that’s just what the Eagles were looking for to find their inspiration.

  • Charger boys cruise to victory...

    After getting kicked around at times during a brutal nonleague schedule, the Chatfield Chargers finally got to return the favor.

    The fact that it was the start of Class 5A Jefferson County League play made it sweet.

    The fact that it was rival Dakota Ridge on its home floor made it a slice of dreamland.