Today's Sports

  • Chargers sending entire squad to...

    The first shall be last.

    Chatfield’s No. 1 singles ace Kelsey Brading was last on May 2 on a cold and windy day at the Ken-Caryl Ranch House. She was first, too.

  • Underdog Chargers headed to state

    DENVER — Chatfield came into the Class 5A district baseball tournament feeling just a twinge of disrespect.

    Two games later, the Chargers left Mullen’s Bill Swift Field having proven their worth.

  • Kovari's goal lifts Rebels...

    ARVADA – Ryan Ripperton can be unpredictable.

    For the Columbine boys lacrosse team, that’s a good thing.

    Ripperton, a senior attacker, typically positions himself behind the opposition’s net and looks to create scoring chances for his teammates.

  • ONLINE EXCLUSIVE: Ochoa's...

    J.C. Ochoa closed out the regular season in grand fashion.

    The Dakota Ridge catcher dug in with the bases loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning needing just a sacrifice fly to tie the game or a solid hit to win it.

  • Chargers topple Rebels

    LAKEWOOD — The Chatfield Chargers certainly didn’t play to the crowd Wednesday, April 23.

    But they did put on quite a show.

  • 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.