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  • Student Athlete of the Week Justin Gawrych

    Jack Carlough|Jun 12, 2024

    Very few high school athletes earn the right to hoist multiple team state championship trophies throughout their careers. Last month, the now-graduated Justin Gawrych joined that rare company when he helped the Silver Creek High School boys swim and dive team to its second Class 4A title in four years. Gawrych, who swam for the Raptors while attending Niwot High School, was grateful to have helped Silver Creek secure the ultimate prize twice. "It was super exciting because we went second the...

  • NHS baseball racks up post season awards

    Bruce Warren|Jun 12, 2024

    Five Niwot High School Cougars received Longs Peak Conference postseason baseball awards, which were announced by NHS Head Coach, Ken Rosales. Leading the way were juniors Haden Shaw, Charlie Shaw, and Kaige Kennedy, who were named first team All-Conference. Haden Shaw caught most of the varsity games this season, but also took a turn on the mound when needed. He led the Cougars with a .507 batting average and had a team-high 27 RBIs. He received Honorable Mention All-State honors as well....

  • NHS boys volleyball aces postseason awards

    Madison Shaw|Jun 12, 2024

    The Niwot High School boys volleyball team had an impressive showing in the Northern Conference postseason awards, with five players and their coach receiving accolades for their standout performances this season. Leading the way were sophomores Charlie Kirtland and Diego Kheng, who were named to First Team All-Conference. Both players also earned an All-State Honorable Mention for Class 5A. Kirtland led the team with 209 digs and 397 receptions. He was second in assists with 38 and third in...

  • Swinging success: NHS girls golf postseason awards

    Madison Shaw|Jun 12, 2024

    The Niwot High School girls golf team had a remarkable season, finishing third in the Longs Peak League under the guidance of Coach Ed Weaver. Wendy Cheruiyot had an outstanding season, finishing second individually in the league and earning accolades on the All-State Second Team for Class 4A, as well as the Long's Peak All-Conference Team. As a freshman, Cheruiyot's performance was exceptional, demonstrating skill and composure on the course. In the state tournament, Cheruiyot was the Cougar's...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Eliana Henriques

    Jennifer Wagner|Jun 5, 2024

    "Track has always been something I enjoyed," said rising Niwot High School senior Eliana Henriques. "I hope to participate on a college team after I graduate from high school next summer. It has been a challenging past few years, but I feel like I'm finally making a comeback." Henriques' sophomore year track season was cut short due to injury when she hit a hurdle while running in March 2023. She tore her ACL and later had surgery in April 2023, followed by a lengthy nine months of physical...

  • 10 Niwot High School students to compete at Nike Outdoor Nationals

    Jennifer Wagner|Jun 5, 2024

    From June 12 to June 15, 10 local Niwot High School students will compete in various track and field events at the Nike Outdoor Nationals Tournament held at Hayward Field on the University of Oregon campus. They are attending the tournament as part of REAL Training, a local club team consisting of students from Centaurus High School, Legacy High School, Montrose High School, Niwot High School, and Riverdale Ridge High School. The 10 Niwot students will join seven students from the other high...

  • Night of Champions: Academic and athletic excellence at Niwot High School

    Madison Shaw|Jun 5, 2024

    The Night of Champions ceremony unfolded with an air of anticipation and excitement as students, teachers, parents, and community members gathered to recognize the exceptional achievements of Niwot High School individuals and teams throughout the school year. From academic brilliance to athletic prowess, the event summarized the student body's spirit of dedication and perseverance. Eric Rauschkolb, Niwot High School's Principal, opened the June 2 formalities, setting the stage for an evening fil...

  • 20 Niwotians place in the top 20 at Bolder Boulder 10K

    Jennifer Wagner|Jun 5, 2024

    On Memorial Day, over 48,000 participants lined up to race the Bolder Boulder 10K. Out of that number, a whopping 242 participants live in Niwot, with 125 women and 116 men participating. With so many participants, runners are timed based on age and gender instead of just the finishing time and place. In addition to the amateur racing categories, the Bolder Boulder, which first started in 1979, has expanded to include Elite categories and an International Pro Team Challenge that attracts...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Payton Johnson

    Jessica Walker|May 29, 2024

    Homegrown talent is harder to come by for Niwot High School athletics these days. NHS pulls from over fifty middle schools for its student body and open enrollment at all St. Vrain Valley high schools allows students to choose where they study and compete during their high school years. But one of the most exciting young athletes at NHS is a Niwot area native, who just completed her sophomore year, and is already a girls lacrosse state champion. Payton Johnson, a rising junior at Niwot High...

  • Niwot Youth Sports to host ribbon-cutting ceremony

    Madison Shaw|May 29, 2024

    After a weather delay on April 28, Niwot Youth Sports President Pat Longseth is eager to cut the ribbon on the new Niwot Youth Sports Monarch Improvement Project building. The end-of-season celebration and ribbon-cutting ceremony is now scheduled for Sunday, June 23, from 5 to 9 p.m. at Hangge Fields at Monarch Park. The six-field complex, with access off of Highway 52 just west of 79th Street, is now home to a building that includes permanent restrooms, a concession area, and equipment storage...

  • Niwot girls golf takes seventh at Class 4A state tournament

    Jack Carlough|May 29, 2024

    This year's Class 4A state tournament served as another reminder of how much potential lies within the Niwot High School girls golf program. With three competing golfers, including lone senior Mina O'Dell, the Cougars placed seventh in the team standings with a two-round combined score of 555. Head coach Ed Weaver's trio shot a 280 in the first round on Monday, May 20, before cutting off five strokes the next day at the Country Club of Colorado in Colorado Springs. Last year, O'Dell,...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Menbere Sullivan

    Jack Carlough|May 22, 2024

    Only a few weeks removed from her third and final season within the Niwot High School girls soccer program, Menbere Sullivan is already experiencing some nostalgia looking back on her senior campaign. "It was definitely the best high school season I've had," Sullivan said. "Our team was super close all year. Even if it was a super young team, I think the upperclassmen really stepped up. Our team had the same goal and purpose for the whole year, which I think really helped throughout our season....

  • Girls tennis ends the season losing seven seniors

    Jennifer Wagner|May 22, 2024

    The Niwot High School girls tennis team had an eventful week competing in the Class 4A state championships. In the individual competition held May 9-11 at Pueblo City Park, four students took home third-place trophies. Sophomore Saha Kolli placed third in No. 1 singles by defeating Megan Fields from Pueblo County, 6-0 and 6-0, in the first round and Joanna Carter from Severance in the quarterfinals, 6-1 and 6-2, before losing to Lila Moldenhauer from Kent Denver, 6-1 and 6-1, in the semifinal round. She then defeated Haylee Hussmann from Air...

  • Silver Creek boys take top honors in state swim and dive

    Bruce Warren|May 22, 2024

    Coach Debbie Stewart's Silver Creek swimmers and divers took home the Class 4A state title May 11, scoring 329 points, 62 points ahead of second-place Windsor High School at 267. "The class of 2024 had an amazing run," Stewart said, "finishing first in 2021, second in 2022, second in 2023 and first in 2024." The combined team from Silver Creek and Niwot high schools started strong with a victory in the 200 Medley Relay, with senior Stephen Codevilla leading off, followed by junior Chayakorn...

  • NHS sends three golfers to state

    Bruce Warren|May 22, 2024

    Niwot High School's girls golf team qualified three golfers for the Class 4A state tournament in Colorado Springs, giving the Cougars a chance to place as a team. The regional tournament was held at Twin Peaks Golf Course in Longmont, with 67 girls competing for the 21 state qualifying scores. Junior Alena Kasanicky led the Cougar squad with a fifth-place finish, followed by freshman Wendy Cheruiyot (16) and senior Mina O'Dell (21). "Mina got into a playoff," Coach Ed Weaver said. With a 3-way...

  • Niwot track girls take 1st, boys take 2nd at State

    Jessica Checkas|May 22, 2024

    The Colorado State Track and Field Championships resulted in big wins for Niwot High School at Jeffco Stadium in Lakewood. The 3-day event, which concluded May 18, gave the Cougars a chance to compete against the best in Class 4A in the state. And the runners and throwers from Niwot did not disappoint, turning in exceptional performances to dominate the meet, with a fifth consecutive state team championship by the Cougar girls, and a second-place tie by the Cougar boys. No other school came...

  • Niwot baseball eliminated by Palisade in regionals

    Jack Carlough|May 22, 2024

    Although disappointed by the season-ending first-round playoff loss, the Niwot High School varsity baseball team left Colorado’s Western Slope with heads held high. The Cougars, who fought their way into regionals by winning seven straight games to close the regular season, pushed host Palisade High School to its limits in the Class 4A Region 4 tournament opener on Saturday, May 18. Niwot tallied 13 hits and scored runs in five different frames but was ultimately undone by walks, errors, and a difficult sixth inning in the 17-10 loss. Palisade,...

  • Niwot High School girls soccer season ends with first-round playoff exit

    Isaac Stephens|May 22, 2024

    The Niwot High School girls soccer team has played their last game of the year, falling to Lutheran High School in the first round of this year's playoffs. Niwot came into the series with an impressive 8-4-3 record that landed the team the 21st spot out of 32 teams. The Cougars came in against a very strong 12th-ranked Lutheran team that has been on a warpath since the playoffs started, taking down everyone in their way en route to their state championship match. In the second round, Lutheran...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Sergio Pimentel

    Jack Carlough|May 15, 2024

    Hitting a baseball, already one of the most difficult tasks in all of sports, became significantly more challenging for Sergio Pimentel when he suffered an orbital fracture last summer. Pimentel's injury occurred when a baseball struck him in the face, tearing a muscle in his right eye that now keeps his pupil permanently dilated. Along with struggling to see in bright environments, Pimentel's right eye now interprets straight lines as curved. Little came easy for Pimentel early in his senior...

  • Niwot baseball closes regular season on six-game winning streak

    Jack Carlough|May 15, 2024

    Earlier this month, Niwot High School baseball head coach Ken Rosales admitted that his team would need a perfect final two weeks of the regular season to potentially qualify for state regionals. Well, six wins later, the Cougars have done everything in their power to make things interesting. Requiring a top-32 spot to make regionals, Niwot stood No. 31 in the Class 4A Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) Selection and Seeding Index as of Sunday, May 12. That is not a final...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Sage Xiong

    Jack Carlough|May 8, 2024

    The Niwot High School boys volleyball program, fresh off its second varsity season, will soon likely have its first player advancing to the college level. After receiving an offer he couldn't refuse, senior Sage Xiong plans on taking his talents to Lakeland University, a Division III college in Plymouth, Wisconsin. Xiong led Niwot in assists (617) this past season as the Cougars' primary setter. "I got a pretty good scholarship to go play there," said Xiong, an Erie High School student who...

  • Niwot baseball heating up at the right time

    Jack Carlough|May 8, 2024

    Fueled by cold bats and inconsistent gloves, the Niwot High School varsity baseball team entered the final day of April riding an eight-game losing streak. However, while their frustrations grew with every narrow defeat, the Cougars never lost faith that their struggles would cease. At Mountain View High School on Tuesday, April 30, the Cougars' trust in themselves was finally rewarded in a 10-8 win over the Mountain Lions. Junior left fielder Jagger Kilpatrick cranked his first high school...

  • NHS girls soccer to state playoffs

    Bruce Warren|May 8, 2024

    The Niwot Cougars will head to Lutheran High School in Parker for the first round of the state Class 4A girls soccer playoffs on Wednesday, May 8. The game is scheduled for 6 p.m., with the 12th-seeded Lutheran Lions hosting Niwot, which finished the season at 8-3-4, giving the Cougars the 22nd seed. Lutheran closed out its 9-4 regular season with a 1-0 loss to Mullen, which is seeded 15th. "I'm excited to see them," Cougar Coach Stephen Dimit said. "They were a finalist last year and finished...

  • Niwot sends five lines to state girls tennis tournament

    Bruce Warren|May 8, 2024

    The Class 4A Region 5 tournament, held at Niwot April 30, saw the Cougars send five lines to the state tennis tournament at Pueblo City Park, with play beginning Thursday, May 9. Erie High School had the best result, sending six lines to the tournament. At No. 1 singles, Niwot's Saha Kolli finished second to Erie's Nanoha Nakamura. Niwot's Tracy Yu won the No. 2 singles final over Stella Rulon of Longmont, 6-4, 6-3. Yu is doing double duty this spring as a member of Niwot's girls soccer team as...

  • Niwot High School boys volleyball season ends during play-in tournament

    Isaac Stephens|May 8, 2024

    The Niwot High School boys volleyball season has come to an end as Niwot split games during their round-robin play-in tournament. Niwot was placed in the eighth group with 17th-ranked Legend High School and 8th-ranked Cherokee Trail High School. The Cougars came in as the 9th-ranked team out of 24. The Cougars played their first matchup against Legend, making quick work to take the match 3-1, giving the Cougars a fighting chance for one of the eight playoff seats up for grabs in the state tournament. Disaster struck for Niwot when they took on...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Charlie Shaw

    Jack Carlough|May 1, 2024

    Batting leadoff isn't for everyone, but Charlie Shaw has embraced his critical new role at the top of Niwot High School baseball's lineup. The junior right fielder takes pride in putting early pressure on opposing pitchers before potentially causing chaos on the basepaths. "I want to be a pain in the butt for the pitcher just to get (our offense) started with," Shaw said. Shaw hit leadoff last season before being shelved with an injury, but began this year batting third in the Cougars' order....

  • Niwot girls golf wins R2J Invite at Olde Course

    Bruce Warren|May 1, 2024

    The Niwot High School girls golf team won top honors at the R2J Invitational hosted by Berthoud High School at the Olde Course in Loveland April 29, and it wasn't close. But it did come with an exclamation point by Wendy Cheruiyot at the end. "We had Mina O'Dell, Wendy Cheruiyot, Addy Murphy and Emmy Hostelley representing Niwot," Coach Ed Weaver said. "Our girls took home the first place trophy by winning the tournament by five strokes. Wendy Cheruiyot made a birdie on her last hole to take...

  • Niwot hires Michael DeCamillis as wrestling coach

    Bruce Warren|May 1, 2024

    Niwot High School Athletic Director Joe Brown announced the hiring of Michael DeCamillis as the new head coach of the school's wrestling program. DeCamillis replaces longtime wrestling coach Bobby Matthews, who stepped down after the season to focus on the NHS softball program, where he is the head coach. In a press release, Brown said, "We are thrilled to announce the hiring of Michael DeCamillis as the new head coach of the Niwot High School Wrestling program. Coach DeCamillis brings a wealth...

  • Niwot's best compete at prestigious Penn Relays in Philadelphia

    Jack Carlough|May 1, 2024

    A small handful of Niwot High School track and field athletes made their way to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, last week for the Penn Relays. The annual meet, held at the University of Pennsylvania's historic Franklin Field from Thursday, April 25 through Saturday, April 27, featured some of the nation's best high school runners, including Niwot's own Addison Ritzenhein. NHS had athletes competing in five different track events. Ritzenhein, a sophomore recently named the Gatorade National Girls...

  • Niwot High baseball looking to move past recent struggles

    Jack Carlough|May 1, 2024

    Things haven't been easy for the Niwot High School varsity baseball team as of late. The Cougars dropped their eighth straight game on Friday, April 26. Although six of the losses came by two runs or fewer, the struggles sting all the same. With only four regular season games remaining as of Sunday, April 28, Niwot's record stands at 6-10 (3-9 Class 4A Longs Peak League). Still, third-year head coach Ken Rosales praised his players' handling of the recent rough patch. "They're not giving up,"...

  • Niwot High School boys volleyball ends the year with a 19-4 record

    Isaac Stephens|May 1, 2024

    The Niwot High School boys volleyball team's regular season wrapped up this past Thursday, April 25, with the Cougars splitting their final two games. Niwot jumped to 19-4 on the year after the week, placing them as the 10th-ranked team in all of Colorado. Niwot is waiting to hear if they have a spot in the playoffs this season. Niwot's two games came against Thornton High School and Arvada West High School on Tuesday, April 23, and Thursday, April 25, respectively. Niwot lost their first match...

  • Sports notes

    Bruce Warren|May 1, 2024

    Niwot Youth Sports Opening day festivities and the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new building at Hangge Fields at Monarch Park, originally scheduled for Sunday, April 28, was postponed due to wet grounds after the weekend rain. According to NYS Executive Director Pat Longseth, the ceremony will be rescheduled at a later date, yet to be determined. CHSAA Board Niwot High School Athletic Director Joe Brown was elected to the board of directors of the Colorado High School Activities Association...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Margaux Boyer

    Jack Carlough|Apr 24, 2024

    On the soccer pitch, in the classroom, and around the community, Margaux Boyer has accomplished plenty throughout her four years at Niwot High School. A senior captain on the NHS girls soccer team, Boyer is enjoying arguably her best season yet for the 7-3-2 Cougars. The fourth-year varsity defender has contributed a career-high 12 points, including three goals, this spring, with three regular season games still remaining. "It's been great," Boyer said. "The girls are so nice and we're all...

  • Silver Creek boys take 3rd at BOCO Invite

    Bruce Warren|Apr 24, 2024

    The Silver Creek boys swim and dive team performed well at the Boulder County Invitational April 20, finishing third overall out of nine schools, and top among Class 4A schools. The squad, which is a combined team from Silver Creek and Niwot High, coached by Debbie Stewart, had several gold medal winners at the Broomfield Community Center. Chayakorn Ngampatipatpong led the Raptor swimmers with first-place finishes in both the 100 breaststroke, with a time of 58.27, and in the 200 individual medl...

  • Wendy Coppersmith takes NHS cheerleading reins

    Bruce Warren|Apr 24, 2024

    When Niwot High Cheerleading Coach Christina Ayers announced she was moving to Castle Rock and could no longer continue coaching the cheer squad, Athletic Director Joe Brown did not have to look far to find her successor. Wendy Coppersmith, who has a wealth of experience as a cheer coach, had already been assisting Ayers this past season, and stepped into the role with plans to make the Niwot cheer program a centerpiece of Cougar spirit. Coppersmith, a resident of Platteville, had been a cheer c...

  • Niwot High School volleyball wins Raiders Classic Tournament, ending the week 7-0

    Isaac Stephens|Apr 24, 2024

    The Niwot High School boys volleyball team has continued an impressive season with another stand-out week. Niwot went 3-0 in league games last week, taking victories against Riverdale Ridge High School, Greeley Central High School, and Centaurus High School. Niwot also took home a first-place finish in this weekend's Raiders Classic Tournament, at Rangeview High School, not dropping a game en route to an overtime win against Vista PEAK Prep for the gold. The Cougars also took down The Denver...

  • Prok sisters lead Niwot track and field at Centaurus Twilight

    Jack Carlough|Apr 24, 2024

    Niwot High School track and field sisters Anna and Mia Prok both impressed at the Centaurus Twilight meet on Friday, April 19 in Lafayette. Anna, a sophomore, took first in the mile with a time of 5 minutes, 6.77 seconds, about seven seconds faster than her teammate and second-place finisher Elise Hagen. Mia, a senior, also topped the two-mile podium after crossing the finish line in under 11 minutes at 10:59.15. Additionally, the elder Prok had seventh-place results in the 200 and 400-meter races. With the help of those two and several...

  • Niwot baseball looking for bats to complement strong pitching

    Jack Carlough|Apr 24, 2024

    Despite its recent dominance on the mound, Niwot High School baseball has been held back by some nagging offensive struggles. On Wednesday, April 17, the Cougars dropped their fourth straight low-scoring game, a 4-2 loss to Thompson Valley High School. Niwot, which fell to 6-6 (3-5 Class 4A Longs Peak League) on the season, managed only 10 total runs throughout the four-game losing streak. “We just have to get back to hitting like we're used to,” said third-year Niwot head coach Ken Rosales. “Ou...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Shen Lam

    Jack Carlough|Apr 17, 2024

    No matter how dominant Niwot High School boys volleyball has been overall this season, falling to Poudre School District on Thursday, April 11, qualified as an absolute gut-punch. The visiting Cougars had their opportunities to put Poudre away for good in the fourth set but ultimately lost in a five-set thriller. Turning the page quickly while learning from what went wrong now becomes the challenge for Niwot, which dropped to 11-3 on the season. While head coach John Miller will offer his own...

  • Niwot takes first in 10 events at Boulder County Track and Field Championships

    Jack Carlough|Apr 17, 2024

    At the Boulder County Track and Field Championships on Saturday, April 13, Niwot High School athletes topped the podium in 10 of the day’s 38 events. The NHS girls took first in the team standings while the Cougar boys placed second behind Erie High School. With about one month remaining until the state championships, several Niwot athletes once again proved themselves as legitimate Class 4A title contenders. Reese Kasper and Jade West continued their impressive junior seasons, standout sophomore Addison Ritzenhein recorded another two-mile w...

  • Wins, losses and ties for NHS girls soccer

    Jonathan Epstein|Apr 17, 2024

    Niwot High School girls varsity soccer is staying on the winning side of the equation over their last four games with a 2-1-1 record. They have that same 2-1-1 record in Longs Peak conference play and are 4-3-2 overall. The team has scored 18 goals so far this season, while giving up 17. On April 2, NHS beat Mountain View High School 3-0. Tracy Yu, Heather Humphrey and Brynn Schlarb scored for the Cougars. NHS did one better at their next game on April 4 against Severance High School with a 4-0...

  • Niwot suffers consecutive losses to Severance

    Jack Carlough|Apr 17, 2024

    The mood inside Niwot's dugout could not have been more somber. Knowing how many accomplished bats the Cougars own, players and coaches alike were left discouraged following a 2-1 defeat at Severance High School on Saturday, April 13. Niwot mustered only five hits, one more than the Cougars produced two days prior in another loss to those same Silver Knights. Head coach Ken Rosales noted that Niwot's recent struggles at the plate appear more mental than physical. "We're a hitting team, but the...

  • NHS girls tennis continues building their winning record

    Jonathan Epstein|Apr 17, 2024

    The Niwot High School girls varsity tennis team has won three of the last four matches, and are currently undefeated in 4A Region 5 league play with an impressive 5-0 record. Their overall record stands at 6-4 against tough non-conference competition. After ten matches last season, the Cougars were 3-2 in their league and 5-5 overall. On April 3, the Cougars went on the road to Frederick High School and came away with a 7-0 sweep. The team won every match in straight sets and lots of bagels were served. Playing just a few days later at home on...

  • Silver Creek boys swim squad splits with Windsor and Monarch

    Bruce Warren|Apr 17, 2024

    The Silver Creek boys swim team is getting ready for a push as the state Class 4A swimming and diving meet approaches. The squad, which is based out of Silver Creek High School, is a combination of Silver Creek and Niwot High School swimmers and divers, under the direction of long-time coach Debbie Stewart, with athletes from a few other schools also participating. “We just had our biggest week,” Stewart said of dual meets against Windsor High School and Monarch High School, a 5A school, last week. “We beat them by 20 points,” Stewart said of...

  • Niwot High School boys volleyball splits week, jumps to 11-3

    Isaac Stephens|Apr 17, 2024

    Coming off of a long, six-game week, the Niwot High School boys volleyball team has wrapped up a short week, splitting two games. Niwot won the first match against Severance High School, but lost to the Poudre School District in a nail biter, coming down to the last set where Niwot fell, 3-2. Niwot's match against Severance was a clean sweep, as Niwot won all three sets, 25-18, 25-14, and 25-13. The Cougars notched 42 kills and nine aces against Severance, and also played a strong game defensive...

  • Niwot baseball splits two-game series with Roosevelt

    Jack Carlough|Apr 10, 2024

    While sweeping a regular season series in the Longs Peak League rarely comes easy, Niwot High School baseball head coach Ken Rosales couldn’t help feeling like his Cougars squandered an opportunity in their second meeting with Roosevelt High School. Two days after beating the Roughriders on Tuesday, April 2, Niwot was beset by defensive errors in the two teams’ rematch. Rosales said the Cougars committed seven miscues on their home diamond, leading to a “rough” 4-3 loss. “We definitely did not play our ball,” Rosales said. “I felt we were...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Kingston Staton

    Jack Carlough|Apr 10, 2024

    Running for the Niwot High School track and field program means everything to Kingston Staton. Only a sophomore, he first got to know Niwot's coaches through Real Training, a club team led by longtime Cougar head coach Maurice Henriques. Staton has maintained an appreciation for Niwot's accomplished coaching staff and the wisdom passed down upon him. "It's been incredible," Staton said. "I actually don't even live in Niwot... I've been running here and coming to school here because of the great...

  • Niwot boys volleyball jumps to 10-2 after a strong tournament performance

    Isaac Stephens|Apr 10, 2024

    The Niwot High School boys volleyball team has continued its great start to the season as the Cougars jumped to a 10-2 record after three league games turned into three wins, and a strong Douglas County Tournament performance left them with a 3-1 record. The Cougars are now the eighth-ranked team in the state as they continue to dominate. Niwot opened the week with three league games, playing matches against Vista PEAK Preparatory, Mountain View High School, and Boulder High School. Niwot then took part in the Douglas County Tournament on...

  • Niwot track and field takes on busy first weekend of April

    Jack Carlough|Apr 10, 2024

    The Niwot High School track and field program sent athletes to three different cities, including one in California, during the first weekend of April. Cougar colors were present in Longmont at the Birds of Prey Invitational, in Parker at the Legend Titan Track Clash, and in The Golden State for the renowned Arcadia Invitational and at all venues, Niwot runners enjoyed plenty of success against high-level competition. At the Birds of Prey Invitational, hosted by Skyline High School on Friday, Apr...

  • Student Athlete of the Week Reese Kasper

    Jack Carlough|Apr 3, 2024

    She may not be known by all of her classmates just yet, but Reese Kasper has proven herself quite valuable to the Niwot High School track and field program. Kasper moved from Minnesota to Colorado only two months ago, and while the adjustment has been challenging in some regards, joining track has made things "10 times better." Consequently, the Cougars are also better, particularly in the hurdles. At the second annual Niwot Invitational on Saturday, March 30, Kasper won the 300-meter hurdles...

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