Colorado School of Mines gunning for another RMAC crown, deeper run in Division II playoffs

By Mike Chambers

The Colorado School of Mines football team put up video-game offensive numbers last fall… Read more…

Colorado School Of Mines Signs 3-Foot-11, 6-Year-Old Recruit

(CBS4) – “It’s a great day to be an Oredigger,” proclaimed School of Mines football coach Gregg Brandon. “To land a 5-star recruit, we beat Ohio State, USC, Notre Dame and Florida.”  Read more…

Golden High School hires Jared Yannacito as new head football coach

By Dennis Pleuss

GOLDEN — Golden High School announced Jan. 12 that it has hired Jared Yannacito as its new head football coach.

“I have had my eye on the Golden job for many reasons. I taught there for one year, four years ago and felt a strong sense of community,” Yannacito said…  Read more…

Dvorak Wins Harlon Hill Trophy As Division II Football’s Best Player

FLORENCE, Ala. – Colorado School of Mines quarterback Justin Dvorak has won the 2016 Harlon Hill Trophy as the best player in NCAA Division II football.

Dvorak earned 185 points on 95 ballots, including 48 first-place votes, to win. Northwest Missouri State quarterback Kyle Zimmerman was second with 113 points, and North Alabama quarterback Jacob Tucker third with 86. Dvorak will be presented with the trophy on Jan. 6 at a ceremony on the campus of the University of Northern Alabama, Hill’s alma mater…  Read more…

Kosmider: Colorado Mines playing its part in Front Range season to remember

By Nick Kosmider

The unlikely climb of Colorado, which will play for the Pac-12 South Division title Saturday in Boulder against Utah, has highlighted an impressive fall of college football on the Front Range.

CU, Colorado State, Wyoming and Air Force will play in bowl games this season. It’s the first time since 1990 and only the second time ever that all four of the programs will play in the postseason.

But those programs aren’t the only ones turning heads this season…  Read more…

Football To Host CSU-Pueblo In Thursday Night Season Opener

GOLDEN, Colo., April 7, 2016 – Colorado School of Mines will host CSU-Pueblo in a Thursday night game to open the 2016 football season.

The game will kick-off at 7 p.m. MDT on Sept. 1. Originally scheduled to be played on Saturday, Sept. 3, it will be the first night game at the year-old Marv Kay Stadium…  Read more…


The Homecoming Parade for Golden High School will go down Washington Avenue at 5PM today.  The parade starts at 18th Street and turn off Washington onto 12th Street.  The football game starts at 7, and will be played in our fabulous new Marv Kay Stadium!

Colorado School of Mine Homecoming 2015Photo courtesy of the Mines Activities Council

The Mines Homecoming Parade will be tomorrow morning  from 9-10.  It will run through the campus, from the new welcome center to the Q-Lot.  The parade will be followed by a BYOB tailgate party from 10-12 in Q-Lot.  The football game starts at noon.

2015 Colorado high school football Class 4A capsules

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Littleton Lions defeat Golden Demons in opener

By Neil H. Devlin

LITTLETON — In 1952, Littleton beat Golden to win the old Central Suburban League.

Sixty-three years later the Lions beat Golden again, this time in a nonleague game and by 21-0 to open as soloists for the 2015 season in Zero Week on Thursday night at Littleton Public Schools Stadium…  Read more….

Zero Week football, all fall sports, set to open on Thursday

While the NFL and college football are still a couple of weeks away, Colorado high-school play will begin in just a few days…  Read more….