Friday, October 19, 2018

PREPS

Niko Medved goes local with first signing, Golden’s Adam Thistlewood

A 6-foot-7 forward from Golden, Colo., Thistlewood averaged 22.3 points, 8.4 rebounds, 2.1 assists, 1.7 steals and 1.5 blocks per game

The 2017-18 Mile High Sports All-Colorado Basketball Teams

The nets have been cut and champions have been crowned. These student-athletes were the best of the best in Colorado High School hoops for the 2017-18 season.

Game Faces: CSA Young Referees of the Year, Colleen Tyrrell and Justin Brells

Tyrrell and Brells were recently presented the prestigious award at the annual CSA MVP Dinner and Awards Banquet.

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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.

Regis Jesuit, Valor Christian set for state championship

The two powerhouses are set to square off for the title of the new state champions

Colorado’s high school championship is up for grabs at hockey’s ‘Frozen Four’

Three of the top-five ranked teams in Colorado high school hockey made the cut, along with a surprise underdog

Q&A: CHSAA Commissioner Rhonda Blanford-Green

Pioneering high school sports administrator Rhonda Blanford-Green speaks on a variety of topics, including the biggest misconceptions about prep athletics.

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.

18 for ’18: Keep an eye on these wunderkinds this year

Pay mind to what this talented group of Colorado student-athletes are up to in 2018 and you’ll be impressed.

18 for ’18: Kylee Alons – Fossil Ridge Swimming

Kylee Alons has dominated the swimming pool during her career at Fossil Ridge. After winning again her senior year, she looks to take over at N.C. State.

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.

18 for ’18: Fran Belibi – Regis Jesuit Basketball

Belibi became famous because of a dunk, but she is a lot more than one play. She's a polished player looking to do damage in Colorado high school girls' basketball.

18 for ’18: Qairo Bentley – Denver East Volleyball

Qairo Bentley is the leading scorer for the Denver East Volleyball team. She enters her final season with the Angels looking to win a state championship.