Today's Sports

  • Jeffco: All-Conference lists


    First Team

       • Cerim Palislamovic


    • Wyatt Solarte (Chatfield)

    • Alexander Dunda (Dakota


    • Tanner Stames (D’Evelyn)

    • Kyle Boyd (D’Evelyn)

    Second Team

    • Dylan Pritchet-Ettner


    • Jacob Anderson (Chatfield)

    • Benjamin Cabot (Chatfield)

    • Ben Reynolds (D’Evelyn)

    • Bert Li (D’Evelyn)


  • Chatfield gymnastics ends state...

    THORNTON — The final few weeks of the season may not have been kind to the Chatfield gymnastics team, but at the 5A state competition at Thornton High School on Thursday, the remaining uninjured gymnasts put together a performance worthy of ninth place in the team category.

    Leading up to regionals, Chatfield lost two of its top varsity girls in sophomore Morgan Walters, who dislocated her elbow, and junior Megan Kramer, who sprained her ankle.

    That meant the Chargers had to compete without them at state.

  • Columbine gymnastics sends three...

    THORNTON — The season-long hard work paid off for three Columbine gymnasts as each performed in individual competitions at the 5A state meet on Thursday at Thornton High School.

    Freshman Grace Maxwell joined the Killeen sister duo, freshman Danielle and junior Nicole, as they represented the Rebels on the vault, uneven bars and floor. First up, Danielle scored an 8.275 on the uneven bars, placing her at 58th overall.

  • D’Evelyn volleyball is headed to...

    DENVER — The D’Evelyn volleyball team made school history last weekend when it qualified for the state tournament.

    In the three team, round-robin style tournament, during which the Jaguars played both Classical Academy and Fort Morgan, D’Evelyn defeated both teams 3-0 and 3-1 to win the competition and secure its bid for the finals this Friday and Saturday at the Denver Coliseum.

  • Chatfield volleyball will go to...

    LITTLETON — For a change, the Chatfield volleyball team has (so far) kept the drama out of the postseason. But there was plenty of it during the regular season.

    Either way, the Chargers managed to buck the odds and survive.

  • Columbine volleyball ends 2017...

    DENVER — Columbine had an emotional end to its volleyball season Saturday as the team lost to both Cherry Creek and Highlands Ranch in the 5A regionals.

    In its first two sets of the day, Cherry Creek took large leads against the Rebels, winning 25-10 and 25-11, respectively.

    In the third set, Columbine took an early lead and kept it until the Bruins tied it at 18. After some decisive volleys, Cherry Creek took the lead and won 25-21.

  • Eagles’ Vancil takes third at...

    COLORADO SPRINGS — After an incredibly strong season for the Dakota Ridge cross country team, Austin Vancil put the exclamation point on his junior running career when he finished third overall at the 5A state meet on Saturday at the Norris Penrose Center.

  • Chargers are looking solid...

    LITTLETON — On the cusp of what could be a highly successful postseason for Chatfield volleyball, the Chargers finished their regular season on a high note after they defeated a talented Fort Collins team 3-1 at home on Oct. 25.

    Going into Wednesday’s match, the Lambkins boasted a 15-2 record, while the Chargers sat at 16-3 overall. That meant the match was poised to be a battle, and from the second through fourth games, it was.

  • Four area schools find success...

    COLORADO SPRINGS — D’Evelyn, Chatfield, Front Range Christian and Columbine all sent runners to represent their schools at the state cross country championships on Saturday at the Norris Penrose Center.

    D’Evelyn’s boys and girls teams both finished seventh, the only area school to send both teams to the meet.

    Chatfield’s Drew Johnson finished 20th overall at 16:19.20, and Cole Nash came in 18 seconds later at 35th. Sydney Williams placed 76th and Elizabeth Cothran placed 96th at 20:22.40.

  • Golddiggers erupt in 2nd half,...

    LITTLETON — Lucas Gerding would’ve played quarterback if he had to. After all, the junior is Clear Creek’s backup signal-caller. Fortunately, for the Golddiggers on Saturday, he wasn’t asked to until the outcome wasn’t in doubt. Instead, Gerding made his presence — as he has all year long — catching passes from Ty Judge.