Wednesday, June 19, 2019

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.

Canton Bound: At long last, Terrell Davis heads into the Hall

It didn’t come as quickly as he would have liked, or as most felt he deserved, but Terrell Davis finally finished the longest run of his life.

What Happened in Eaton: The strange circumstances that led the town to say goodbye...

After 11 state championships over four decades, a curious series of events led to the firing of Eaton High School head baseball coach Jim Danley.

Fijian national team headlines the 6th annual RugbyTown 7s

Glendale is already an American rugby hub, but that moniker could soon expand to a global level.

Next Man Up: Bradley Roby ready to ‘play it all’ in 2018

With the departure of Aqib Talib, Bradley Roby is ready to step up in 2018. For Mile High Sports Magazine, Shawn Drotar took an in depth look at the Broncos' cornerback as he enters his 5th season.

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.

Mile High Sports Awards: College Coach of the Year – Finalists

These outstanding individuals were among the best in their respective sports in 2017, earning nominations as finalists for the annual Mile High Sports Awards.

No Longer the New Guy

Emmanuel Sanders is established and eager to make a Super Bowl run

Big Bad Ron: Broncos guard Ron Leary is ready to shock, eat

New Broncos guard Ron Leary expects big things from the revamped offensive line and has a special request for Broncos Country.

The Colorado Top 60 – the state’s best in prep football

Mile High Sports presents Colorado’s best prep football players for the 2018 season.