Sunday, January 20, 2019

Being the Old Guy: Veteran catcher Chris Iannetta returns to his roots

Drafted by Colorado in 2004, Chris Iannetta is back with the Rockies to help deliver another playoff appearance.

18 for ’18: Ty Evans – Palmer Ridge Football

Ty Evans had a dream season, winning the state championship and Gatorade Player of the Year. However, he isn't finished winning for Palmer Ridge.

Remembering Groove: 25 years ago Don Baylor got the Rockies off on the right...

As the Rockies celebrate their 25th anniversary season, Irv Moss reflects on his time covering the club's first manager.

18 for ’18: Zoe Bartel – Fossil Ridge Swimming

Zoe Bartel, like teammate Kylee Alons, dominated high school swimming. Before enrolling at Stanford, she won five total state titles in her career.

Bounce Back: Tim Howard closes the book on 2017 and looks ahead

Following a challenging year with both club and country, Tim Howard is ready to rebound in 2018.

Coming Into His Own: Marlon Hairston rises with the Rapids and the USMNT

Now in his fifth professional season in Major League Soccer, Marlon Hairston has become a veteran voice in the Colorado Rapids locker room.

An Olympian and the Olympics: Gateway’s Stephen Garbett

This is an Olympic success story, too – but not in the Disney movie sense.

18 for ’18: Josiah Rider – Grand Junction Wrestling

Josiah Rider will go down as one of the top wrestlers in Colorado history, winning three state titles in his tenure at Grand Junction.

18 for ’18: Kylee Alons – Fossil Ridge Swimming

Kylee Alons has dominated the swimming pool during her career at Fossil Ridge. After winning again her senior year, she looks to take over at N.C. State.

Q&A: CHSAA Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green

Pioneering high school sports administrator Rhonda Blanford-Green speaks on a variety of topics, including the biggest misconceptions about prep athletics.