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Today's Sports

  • Lowe named Front Range Christian...

    Paul Lowe is a youth pastor and one who devotes himself to helping kids learn how best to serve God. He’s also a football coach, but, unfortunately, Denver Christian didn’t have a team after it suspended its program prior to the 2014 season. 

    But when Front Range Christian unexpectedly had an opening, it was a perfect match for the two to come together.

  • Column: Return lets me know what...

    Hi again. I’m back.

    Nine months ago, I didn’t envision a return to Evergreen Newspapers and Landmark Community Newspapers, Inc. Working in Boulder had given me a more regular work schedule, not as far of a drive from my Arvada home and a sense of being back in the operations of a daily newspaper. It also, however, reminded me of what I was missing.

  • Summer swim league comes full...

    Summer swimming league is a lot like the Eagles song “Hotel California” ­— once you check in, you can never leave. For those who are skeptical, one only needed attend the 27th annual Ken Caryl Invitational swim meet, which took place June 24-25 at the Ken-Caryl Ranch House pool. 

  • Chatfield's Pearson wraps...

    By Steve Smith, For the Courier

    ALAMOSA — There was just enough time in Cameron Pearson’s calendar to squeeze in two more high-school basketball games at Adams State University over the weekend.

  • By the numbers: Looking back at...

    Between the postponements and cancelations caused by rough weather this past prep spring season, there were still some great accomplishments by student-athletes in South Jeffco.

    2012

    The last year Dakota Ridge’s baseball team made it to the eight-team Class 5A state tournament before advancing to the double-elimination tournament this spring.

  • 2016 softball capsule previews

    CHATFIELD LADY CHARGERS
    Head coach: Nicole Janssen
    Assistant coaches: Ron Bentino, Jen Lazzeri, Kevin Quick, Dave Moore
    2015 record: 10-12 overall, 4-3 5A Jeffco

  • Meet A Ranger: John Queen

    Name: John Queen, also known as Jeffco Open Space's “Ranger No. 5”

    Originally from: Beaumont, Texas

    Stationed at: White Ranch Open Space Park

    How long have you been a ranger?

    “Five years.”

    What’s one thing you do as a ranger that people would be surprised by?

    “Swift-water rescue.”

    What’s the coolest thing you’ve seen at a park?

  • Open Space unveils possible...

    Jeffco Open Space’s proposed renovations at Mount Falcon’s west trailhead include more centralized amenities around the main parking lot area.

    At an open house Thursday night at the Indian Hills Community Center, Open Space representatives said the trailhead’s current challenges include the lower parking lot, which requires visitors to walk up the road to the trailhead; a kiosk that is not centrally located; an outdated restroom; and excessive after-hours use.

  • QUICK HITS

    All-state girls soccer

    Columbine High School’s Tatum Barton and Brittany Wilson were first-team all-state selections in voting done by CHSAANow.com, ColoradoPreps.com and MaxPreps.

    Barton, a senior forward, scored 13 goals this season, third-best on the team.

    Wilson, a senior goalkeeper, had a goals-against average of 0.6 in 19 games. She averaged about two and a half saves per outing.

    Columbine’s Kelcey Cavarra, a senior midfielder, was a second-team selection. She scored eight goals and added 12 assists.

  • Volunteers work on new trail...

    "If not me, who? If not now, when?”

    This adage often is a motivator for those called to action, whether that’s something as monumental as military service or as simple as trail-building.

    On Saturday, at least, it was the latter for about 90 volunteers who participated in a National Trails Day event at Jeffco Open Space’s Matthews/Winters Park.