Sunday, September 23, 2018

Managing the Boys: Ex-Rockies skipper Walt Weiss embraces just being “Dad”

There he was in a middle booth. A guy who played shortstop in the major leagues for a quarter-century. Former Colorado Rockies manager, Walt Weiss.

Manning, Salaam headline 2018 Colorado Sports Hall of Fame Class

The Selection Committee of the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame voted six individuals to be inducted at the 54th annual banquet.

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.

Josh Adams overcomes near fatal crash to pursue NBA dream

Former Chaparral basketball star Josh Adams overcomes horrific accident to pursue NBA dream.

The All-Time Colorado Preps Basketball List: Pencils attempts to assemble the impossible

Pencils decided that a list of the all-time best Colorado high school boys basketball players would be a solid addition to the Mile High Sports Magazine “Basketball Issue.”

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.

CU commit Blake Stenstrom shines at Elite 11 quarterback competition

Stenstrom was announced as one of the the 25 finalists for Elite 11, a quarterback competition that hosts the premier rising seniors in the nation.

Broncos looking in-state to potentially bolster offensive and defensive line

According to Matt McChesney, linemen Dallas Fields, Justin Traxinger, Palmer White and Paul Thurston all received invites to the Broncos’ local Pro Day.

My old school: Northglenn High turns 50

There are a lot of local high schools that have seen more on-field and on-court success than Northglenn. But how many of them have produced a high-quality local sports magazine?

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.