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Today's Sports

  • Dakota Ridge handles curve at...

    LITTLETON — Seven straight victories in the Class 5A Jeffco League, along with winning the conference tournament, gave Dakota Ridge a legitimate argument to host one of the eight district tournaments Saturday, May 14.

  • D’Evelyn taking 10 players to...

    DENVER — D’Evelyn’s girls tennis program came up just short the last three seasons on grabbing a regional title.

    That trend changed May 6 at Colorado Academy in Denver. The Jaguars, Class 4A Jeffco League champions, edged the host Mustangs after falling short to Colorado Academy last season and Kent Denver the two previous seasons.

  • Rebels tuned up for state tourney

    LAKEWOOD — Fittingly to what has been a miserable spring season when it comes to weather, Columbine and Conifer girls lacrosse teams finished up the regular season in a cold and gloomy May 7 at Trailblazer Stadium.

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    Five league titles and counting

  • Buried baseball season

    LITTLETON — Let’s play ball … or shovel snow off fields, pump water off infields and pray for the sun to come out.

    To say the weather has been the main opponent for prep baseball teams across Colorado this spring is a major understatement. Just take a look at the Jeffco School District’s athletic schedule website and click on varsity baseball. It looks like a 3-year-old got their hands on it with all the crossed out games in red.

  • Columbine wins sixth straight

    By Craig Harper — For the Courier

    LAKEWOOD — Dwelling on the past isn’t in the nature of Columbine’s girls lacrosse team.

    Hopes for back-to-back perfect seasons in the Jeffco League eluded Columbine early with a 12-11 overtime loss to Ralston Valley in the Rebels’ second conference game April 7.

  • Rebels respond after giving up...

    LAKEWOOD — Columbine’s girls soccer team was able to flip the switch April 28 at Lakewood Memorial Field.

    After giving up their first goal in Class 5A Jeffco League play and falling behind Lakewood 1-0, the Rebels responded in an impressive way. Columbine (11-0-2 record, 5-0-1 in league) poured in six goals in the final 11 minutes of the first half to take a 6-1 lead.

  • Chargers locked into girls...

    LAKEWOOD — A shot on goal is never a bad thing.

    Chatfield proved that fact April 28 at Lakewood Memorial Field. The Chargers’ first shot on goal came in the 55th minute and led to the game-winning goal in a 1-0 win over rival Dakota Ridge.

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    Front Range signers

  • Nothing settled as Wilson faces...

    LAKEWOOD — Senior Brittany Wilson notching her eighth shutout of the season in net for Columbine’s girls soccer team April 20 wasn’t a shocker.

    However, Columbine failing to find the back of the net for the first time this season was a bit of a surprise. Rival Chatfield kept the potent Rebels’ offense off the board in the eventual 0-0 draw at Lakewood Memorial Field.