Friday, April 26, 2019

18 for ’18: Christian Holmes – Chatfield Tennis

Christian Holmes of Chatfield will enter the 2018 season with competitors after him, but he's confident he can win his second-straight state title.

18 for ’18: Cohlton Schultz – Ponderosa Wrestling

Cohlton Schultz might go down as the greatest wrestler in Colorado history, winning four State Championships and a World Championship during his career.

18 for ’18: Arria Minor – Denver East Track & Field

Arria Minor swept the competition in 2017, but her team finished fifth overall. This season, she prefers a team sweep and a first place team finish.

Is Daylen Kountz the next man up?

Daylen Kountz is the latest DPL product to bear the mantle of hopeful basketball star The following article is from the February issue of Mile High Sports...

18 for ’18: Josie Schaffer – Kent Denver Tennis

Josie Schaffer showed poise, claiming her No. 1 singles title in last years tournament, but is looking to improve in the years to come.

18 for ’18: David Moore III – Pine Creek Football

David Moore has tore up the football field, rushing for nearly 2000 yards and 24 TDs as a sophomore. As a junior, he'll look to win Pine Creek a State Title.

MHS High School Coach of the Year: Todd Casebier put Castle View football on...

In the three years before coach Todd Casebier's arrival, Castle View won a grand total of six games and failed to reach the playoffs.

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.

Regis Jesuit shuts out Valor Christian to claim state hockey crown

Kilkenny, Raiders shut out Gwozdecky-led Valor Christian to claim the Colorado state title.

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.