Sunday, February 26, 2017

MAGAZINE STORIES

Time Flys: A 10-year reunion with legendary swimmer Mark Dylla

Nearly a decade ago, the 2007 graduate of Heritage High School in Littleton completed arguably the greatest schoolboy swimming career on record.

Game Faces: Jessica Mosqueda – Holyoke High School wrestling

Someday, someone will wonder just who was the first winner at an all-girls wrestling tournament. The answer? It was Jessica Mosqueda.

The Journey, Man: A path with twists and turns has Darnell McDonald right where...

One of Colorado's greatest prep athletes of all time, Darnell McDonald contributed in an unexpected way to a Cubs World Series victory.

High School Rankings XIV: Colorado’s top prep sports programs

Mile High Sports Magazine’s annual list of the top 50 places for prep sports in Colorado.

New Guy Behind the Wheel: Erik Jones debuts with Furniture Row Racing

Erik Jones, the 20-year-old driver of Furniture Row Racing's new No. 77 5-hour ENERGY Toyota Camry, talks about making the leap to NASCAR's top circuit.

The Perfect Storm: Kubiak’s offense and Elway’s draft picks were a bad combo

John Elway has overseen six drafts in Denver. Only four of his 21 offensive picks are currently contributing in any significant way.

Game Faces: Tucker Hibbert – X Games Snocross Champion

With 14 medals to his name, Hibbert is the most dominant athlete in the snocross field and one of the most decorated athletes in X Games history.

American Beauty: The Colorado high school 6-man state football championship

Welcome to the Colorado state high school 6-man football title game, played in the far eastern town of Seibert, which has more acres than residents.

Game Faces: Jim Turgeon – Head coach CSU-Pueblo women’s basketball

Last year Jim Turgeon guided the ThunderWolves to a program record 26 victories and its highest ever seed in the NCAA Tournament.
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17 burning Colorado sports questions for 2017

Want to know what kind of year it’s going to be in Denver? Depending on how you weigh in, 2017 will be defined by your answers (and their accuracy).