1 hr ago | Glenwood Springs Post-Independent
Two members of the Rifle High School baseball squad were first-team selections when the all-Class 4A Western Slope League baseball team was announced recently.
5 hrs ago | Broomfield Enterprise
The Broomfield girls soccer team entered the Class 4A state final boasting arguably the hottest offense in the state this side of 5A No.
6 hrs ago | The Gazette
The area's top high school baseball players will compete in the 52nd annual Southern Colorado High School All-Star Games, the longest-running high school all-star event in Colorado.
11 hrs ago | Denver Post
Shortstop Brody Westmoreland, participating in a fielding drill at practice this week, and his ThunderRidge teammates are in prime position heading into Friday's games in Class 5A as the lone unbeaten team.
11 hrs ago | Denver Post
Some in the state have argued that the Mountain Vista girls soccer team is one of the best the state has ever seen.
12 hrs ago | Denver Post
Kevin Gausman, who has developed an outstanding changeup to go with an "extreme-velocity fastball," will start on the mound Thursday for the Orioles.
Two winners will be announced and honored Wednesday at The DAC's 38th annual athlete of the year banquet along with Olympic champion swimmer Missy Franklin and skiing legend Billy Kidd.
Peak to Peak coach Peter Chandler has been around soccer his entire life, and his postgame assessment is usually spot on.
Given more time to practice the dynamic style of offense Broomfield was unable to hone during the series of snowstorms that marred much of the spring sports season, the Eagles have taken off during the postseason.
Gabe Longworth of McClave hit a trifecta in the Class 1A Colorado High School Track and Field Championships.
Brush sophomore Kyle Rosenbrock connects with the ball during the 'Diggers 15-5 win over Lamar.
The 2013 Colorado State track and Field meets are in the books and two locals are now in the record books.
The start of Saturday's 5A boys state swimming and diving championships in Grand Junction was delayed for more than an hour when meet officials determined the pool at the El Pomar Natatorium at Colorado Mesa University was three-sixteenths of an inch short.
The Legacy girls soccer team won the Front Range League title, made it to the 5A state semifinals for the first time in program history, and knocked off the defending state champions along the way.
Before calling it a career in high school, Martin Wallace wanted to leave his mark.