Sunday, December 16, 2018

Mile High Sports 2017 Humanitarian of the Year: Chris Harris Jr.

Chris Harris Jr. is a world champion and All-Pro on the field. His work off the field is no less impressive.

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.

Mile High Sports 2017 College Athlete of the Year: Will Butcher

Butcher becomes only the third Colorado athlete to ever earn back-to-back honors with Mile High Sports, joining Abby Waner and Missy Franklin.

Confessions of a Teenage Idiot

My 50th high school reunion

Mile High Sports 2017 High School Coach of the Year: Jay Madden

In his third consecutive trip to the state title game, Pomona's Jay Madden finally came out on top.

Mile High Sports 2017 Pro Athlete of the Year: Charlie Blackmon

A trip to the All-Star game, a postseason appearance and more hardware. That was just the tip of the iceberg for Charlie Blackmon in 2017.

National Phenomenon: Mallory Pugh and her mother Karen

America's top soccer prospect, Mountain Vista's Mallory Pugh, is playing a game her mother Karen knew nothing about.

Mile High Sports 2017 College Coach of the Year: Jim Montgomery

Montgomery this spring became the fourth man to both play on and coach national champions in NCAA ice hockey.

The 2016 All-Colorado High School Football Squad presented by Six Zero Strength

The annual All-Colorado High School Football Squad as selected by former Buff and Bronco Matt McChesney.

Transition Player: Denver East’s Daylen Kountz is tops in Colorado

A full season after his transfer from George Washington to Denver East, Daylen Kountz is right where he needs to be.