Sunday, December 16, 2018

18 for ’18: Sam Masten – Rock Canyon Basketball

Sam Masten is a baller with unfinished business. Before heading to Greeley to play hoops at UNC, Masten is determined to win a state title at Rock Canyon.

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.

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.

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.

18 for ’18: Gavyn Pure – Dawson School Lacrosse

Gavyn Pure's talent and skills are endless. His resume has something missing - a class 4A State Title. Look for a purely amazing finish to win it next season.

18 for ’18: Josiah Rider – Grand Junction Wrestling

Josiah Rider will go down as one of the top wrestlers in Colorado history, winning three state titles in his tenure at Grand Junction.

18 for ’18: Noah Roper – Erie Football

Noah Roper has made his mark on Colorado high school football, but has unfinished business at Erie High School. Next season, he'll look to win the Class 3A Title.

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: 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.

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.