Monday, December 16, 2019

Mile High Sports on Denver 8 TV: Hockey 2016

Hosts Danny Williams and Benny Bash welcome Drew Demo and Neil Devlin talking all things Hockey for 2016-17.

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.

Mile High Sports Awards: High School Athlete of the Year – Finalists

These outstanding individuals were among the best in their respective sports in 2017, earning nominations as finalists for the annual Mile High Sports Awards.

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.

Meet the Week 24 ASPIRE Athlete of the Week: Joseph Graff from Rangeview High...

Despite having to compete for another school, he has been a force in the pool. Away from swimming, he's also making a big splash.

Christian McCaffrey prepares for draft with former Bronco Brandon Stokley

After a stellar collegiate career at Stanford University, Christian McCaffrey has rigorously been preparing for the 2017 NFL Draft.

Chauncey Billups HS Hoops: Rusk leads ThunderRidge to Final 4

ThunderRidge - 56 Lakewood - 37 Denver,CO - ThunderRidge was in control all throughout the first half behind the hot hand of standout senior Taylor Rusk... HS Hoops: Doherty outlasts East in top 10 match up

Doherty made enough second half adjustments to outlast Denver East 60 -53 in a rare late season non-conference matchup.

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.

Sports and activities as popular as ever in Colorado high schools

Colorado is matching a national trend with more high school students participating in athletics and activities than ever before, according to the CHSAA.