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Today's Sports

  • Dakota Ridge rally falls short

    AURORA — Urgency hit Dakota Ridge’s boys basketball team like a ton of bricks in the fourth quarter March 2 at Regis Jesuit High School.

    The Eagles trailed by a dozen points — 39-27 — to the No. 2-seeded Regis heading into the final eight minutes. With their season on the line, No. 3 seed Dakota Ridge (17-8 record) put on a furious rally attempt scoring 26 points in the fourth quarter in the Class 5A state tournament Sweet 16 game.

  • Playoff run ends for Dakota...

    HIGHLANDS RANCH — It was not a “Super Tuesday” for Dakota Ridge on the basketball court.

    The Eagles were looking for an epic upset against No. 1 seed Highlands Ranch (24-1 record) on the Falcons’ home court. However, it wasn’t meant to be. Dakota Ridge’s girls hoops season ended with a 70-41 loss in the round of 16 in the Class 5A state tournament.

  • Monarch puts Dakota Ridge’s...

    By Craig Harper — For the Courier

    SUPERIOR — Dakota Ridge hockey coach Alec Hines has known all season that the Eagles’ road to the state championship would have to go through Monarch. 

  • D’Evelyn ends first season under...

    LONGMONT — The first chapter in the new book of D’Evelyn boys basketball program came to a close Feb. 27.

    The Jaguars lost 66-44 to No. 1 seed Longmont on the Trojans’ home court in a Class 4A state tournament Sweet 16 game to bring the season to an end for D’Evelyn (15-10 record).

  • Journey leads to Sweet 16

    LITTLETON — One question will never be answered: How good would Dakota Ridge’s girls basketball team be if Diane Thompson stepped in as head coach a few years ago?

     “Better late than never,” Dakota Ridge senior Becky Holley said having Thompson become the fourth varsity coach for the current group of seniors. “We have an amazing coach. She has helped us improve more than we have the past two years. We’re having a great final run with the best coach we could have.”

  • Jags are overtime magicians

    LONGMONT — If only games went into overtime every time for D’Evelyn’s girls basketball team, the Jaguars could be undefeated.

  • Eagles survive furious rally

    By Brian Miller — For the Courier

    LITTLETON — Even after misfiring on his first nine attempts of the game, Dakota Ridge’s Tyler McFarland never lost confidence.

  • Chargers surge late to beat...

    LITTLETON — While early 3-pointers ripping through the nylon nets brought Chatfield’s student section into a frenzy, it was four shots at the rim that gave the Charger faithful something to really cheer about in the end on Feb. 27.

    Baskets in the paint by Chatfield’s Titus Reed, Josh Frenette, Riley Welch and Cameron Pearson in the final minutes allowed the Class 5A Jeffco League champions to escape with a 78-71 second-round state playoff victory against Aurora Central.

  • Dakota Ridge girls soars in...

    LITTLETON — It was a complete team effort by Dakota Ridge’s girls basketball team in its Class 5A postseason opener Feb. 23.

    The No. 5-seeded Eagles blitzed No. 12 seed Boulder for a 68-35 victory at Dakota Ridge High School. Nine different Dakota Ridge players scored in the first half as the Eagles grabbed a 39-13 lead at halftime.

  • Lower Waterton Canyon closed...

    The lower portion of Waterton Canyon, including the main entrance and parking lot, is closed Monday through Saturday until May 15 while crews repair the High Line Canal diversion structure in the South Platte River. The canyon is fully open to recreation on Sundays during the project, according to information from Denver Water.