Friday, February 22, 2019

18 for ’18: Hailey Schalk – Holy Family Golf

Shooting one the best rounds in tournament play the last 10 years, Hailey Schalk could make a statement in Colorado prep golf.
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Cameron McDondle hoping NFL scouts see that his heart outplays his height

Former Columbine standout Cameron McDondle is hoping NFL scouts see what the coaches at CSU-Pueblo saw in him, which helped the ThunderWolves win a national title.

Chauncey Billups HS Hoops: Highlands Ranch overcomes third quarter Horizon run to advance to...

Highlands Ranch - 65 Horizon - 35 Denver,CO- After a dominant first half Highlands Ranch withstood an early third quarter run from Horizon to advance to...

American Beauty: The Colorado high school 6-man state football championship

Welcome to the Colorado state high school 6-man football title game, played in the far eastern town of Seibert, which has more acres than residents.
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HIGHLIGHTS: Late-emerging local product Jalen Sami signs with Buffs

Although it’s only been around nine years, Vista Ridge High School has slowly developed their football program into a Class 4A contender.

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.

East Side Story: The tale of basketball in Colorado can’t be told without Rudy...

Icon. Tyrant. Agitator. Teacher. Big mouth. Legend. Call Rudy Carey whatever you wish, but also call him the star of a long-running East Side Story.

MHSM’s High School Rankings XV

After 15 years the formula is the same, but “The List” is always different. It's our annual ranking of the top pound-for-pound high school athletics programs in Colorado.

Mile High Sports IKEA Spring Games earns national attention

The Mile High Sports IKEA Spring Games earned national attention as part of a Fortune magazine profile.

Mile High Sports 2017 High School Athlete of the Year: Michaela Onyenwere

The three-time Gatorade Colorado Player of the Year finished her prep playing days with the one thing she really wanted -- a state title.