Today's Sports

  • Rebels shift gears vs. Hinkley

    By Devin Robb
    For the Courier
    LAKEWOOD — Most teams that play Columbine focus on speedy senior running back Bernard McDondle. In a 5A first-round football playoff game on Nov. 1 at Jeffco Stadium, Columbine proved to Hinkley that McDondle isn’t the only running back that can do damage.

  • Eagles’ Hume just misses all-...

    By Michael Hicks
    Sports Editor

  • Chargers eke out victory on...

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

  • Columbine gets scare, then help...

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier

  • Timely scoring propels Chargers

    Chatfield Senior head coach Brock Blume said he’s been looking for Daniel Froning’s game to come around all season. The expectations are there for the senior midfielder to score time and again. 
    On Oct. 24, in the first round of the 5A boys soccer state playoffs, Froning did that early and often.

  • Chatfield to host boys soccer...

    The Chatfield Chargers (11-3-1), seeded 13th in the 32-team 5A boys soccer state tournament will play host to the 20th-seeded Littleton Lions (9-4-2) on Oct. 24 at Lakewood Memorial Field in the opening round. The winner will advance to the second round to face either No. 4 Pine Creek or No. 29 Lakewood. The Chargers enter the playoffs on a five-game winning streak and undefeated in their last six games.

  • Cross country state qualifiers

    The following is a list of area runners who’ve qualified for the Colorado High School cross country state championships on Oct. 26 at the Norris Penrose Events Center in Colorado Springs. The 5A girls race will begin at 11 a.m., with the 5A boys race to cap the day with a 1 p.m. start.

    Maddy Smith, F, Columbine, Sr.
    Laurel Davis, F, Dakota Ridge, So.
    Natalie Gonzalez, F, Dakota Ridge, So.

  • Columbine’s Trammel fourth,...

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier
    A common theme prevailed for Chatfield, Columbine and Evergreen’s top gymnasts at the 5A/4A Jeffco League championships on Oct. 19 at Evergreen High School: good but there's room for improvement heading into this week’s regionals and the following week’s state meets.

  • Falcons’ ground game beats down...

    By Craig Harper
    For the Courier
    Roster numbers alone suggested that Front Range Christian would wear down Clear Creek in the second half of their 1A Metro League football game Oct. 18.
    The visiting Golddiggers suited just 18 players, including Jordan Howard, their leading rusher and passer, who saw limited duty on offense because of a sore hip. By contrast, the Falcons had no personnel issues, particularly with their 1-2 running back combination of Tanner Matoba and Seth Scadden.

  • Chargers strike out vs. Legacy

    AURORA — Ask head coach Nicole Janssen, and the Chatfield Lady Chargers probably weren’t expected to be at the 5A state softball tournament anyway. Chatfield returned just five seniors from last year’s state-qualifying squad. But there they were at Aurora Sports Park on Oct. 19.
    And they made themselves heard, albeit briefly.