Sunday, September 23, 2018

Champ Bailey amongst intriguing Colorado Sports Hall of Fame inductees

Champ Bailey, Dante Bichette, Jeremy Bloom, Maurice “Stringy” Ervin, Hashim Khan and John Wooten are the inductees, and the event has already sold out.

Meet the Week 5 ASPIRE Athlete of the Week: Ryan Lee from Douglas County...

Few athletes excel in two sports during the same season, but this Husky thrives on both the soccer and football fields in Castle Rock; the rare feat is just one thing that make him special.

The McCaffreys could be the next Mannings

Following the footsteps of his older brothers and parents, Dylan McCaffrey commits to the University of Michigan

Another major college football program has their (Buck)eye on Luke McCaffrey

There is no guarantee he will be the starting quarterback for Valor Christian next year . Still, colleges are lining up to recruit him Luke McCaffrey.

Former Grandview star Greg Bird claims the first base job for the Yankees

The product out of Grandview High School, Colorado has been named by Joe Girardi as the starting first baseman for the New York Yankees.

Buena Vista, CU grad Nate Solder is a two-time Super Bowl champ

One way or another, a Colorado kid was going home a Super Bowl LI champion. When the final whistle blew, it was Nate Solder who walked away the winner.

Chauncey Billups HS Hoops: Final eight recap

Defending campion Overland advances to third straight Final Four berth.

18 for ’18: Luke McCaffrey – Valor Christian Football

With three older brothers who played in the NFL or Division I football programs, Luke McCaffrey has some big shoes to fill in the family, but is up to the challenge.

Chauncey Billups HS Hoops: 5A Sweet 16 team breakdowns

Matt Langley of Basketball Colorado also contributed to the preview. (1)Eaglecrest 22-2 vs. (5) Denver East 17-8  Tournament recap: Eaglecrest 66 - (9)Highlands Ranch 50 Denver East 86...

You made #DearPeyton our top story in 2016

It was a record-setting year at Mile High Sports, thanks to you the fans and these top stories you just couldn't stop reading in 2016.