Sunday, September 23, 2018

Tag: Valor Christian

Luke McCaffrey verbally commits to Nebraska

Luke McCaffrey announced on Twitter that he has verbally committed to the University of Nebraska. The dual-threat quarterback out of Valor Christian High School is the youngest of the four McCaffrey brothers.

CU commit Ty Evans to compete in Elite 11 finals

Ty Evans is the second CU commit in the last two years to compete in the Elite 11 quarterback competition finals.

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...

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

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.

Former Bronco McCaffrey to coach Valor Christian

Former Denver Broncos wide receiver and three-time Super Bowl winner Ed McCaffrey will be the next head football coach at Valor Christian High School.

Troy Pachner credits dribble-drive offense for Valor Christian’s success

In his three years at Valor Christian High School, Pachner has transformed the Eagles into a dominant force in 4A basketball.

CU commit Blake Stenstrom shines at Elite 11 quarterback competition

Stenstrom was announced as one of the the 25 finalists for Elite 11, a quarterback competition that hosts the premier rising seniors in the nation.

Another major college football program has their (Buck)eye on Luke McCaffrey

There is no guarantee he will be the starting quarterback for Valor Christian next year . Still, colleges are lining up to recruit him Luke McCaffrey.

It could be costly for the Broncos to trade up for...

"I don’t think he’s going to be available at No. 20, but the Broncos have also traded up the last two years in the draft," Jhabvala said.