Category Archives: Preps
A new angle of the play provided by Colorado Sports Video shows compelling evidence that a goal that a Columbine soccer player’s amazing flip goal should have counted.
In late July, Windsor High School linebacker-defensive end Corte Tapia — already the state’s all-time sack leader heading into his senior season — indicated he planned to sign a national letter of intent with the Colorado State Rams next February.
Uriah Vigil’s touchdown with 26.6 seconds remaining in the Zero Week nonconference showdown gave the Panthers a 28-21 victory at Brother Bernard Kinneavy de La Salle Stadium.
Jake Moretti, the star lineman at Pomona High School who is headed to Ohio State to play football, has had to shift the focus.
Sitting on the field, keeping a close eye on the practice unfolding before him, is a player on whom many of those expectations were built.
At least offensively, Marcus Lindsay had a breakout season as a Denver South junior running back a year ago, rushing for 1,511 yards and 12 touchdowns as the Rebels went 8-4 and finished with a loss to Longmont in the state Class 4A quarterfinals.
The 2016 Colorado high school football season began in earnest Monday with helmet-only practices, and it was probably difficult to match the excitement at George Washington, which is coming off its first winning season since 2007 and returns one of the state’s most established quarterbacks in senior Javian Byrd. Byrd threw for 2,435 yards as a […]
Almost a year to the date since Vince Valdez resigned as head boys basketball coach for Abraham Lincoln High School, the long-time Lancers coach is headed back to the bench.
Only six months after being called up to the U.S. national team training camp, and only two months after graduating from Mountain Vista High School, the 18-year-old striker is bound for Brazil as the second-youngest Olympian in the history of U.S. women’s soccer.