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MHCBL Cancels 10th Anniversary Season

2020-05-26T12:33:06-07:00

DENVER ­— After doing due diligence, the Mile High Collegiate Baseball League has decided to cancel its 10th anniversary season, slated to start today (May 26). “The potential risks, lack of fields and government restrictions have caused far too many unknowns for us to move forward with a viable season,” league owner Amanda Kubec stated. “This decision was not made lightly. We tried to delay as furthest out as we could, but at the end of the day, the health and safety of our players, fans, staff and family was and is our first priority.” Kubec expressed that if fields open [...]

MHCBL Cancels 10th Anniversary Season2020-05-26T12:33:06-07:00

MHCBL Announces Shortened 2020 Season

2020-04-27T21:00:57-07:00

DENVER — After due diligence, the MHCBL has announced today the league will move to a 20 game season due to the COVID-19 crisis. The league will kick off its 10th anniversary season on June 15, 2020. Each team will play a double header against each other for the regular season. However, there will be no All-Star game this season. The postseason is still in tact, as it will start on July 22, 2020 in Johnstown, Colorado. STATEMENT FROM OWNER AMANDA KUBEC: “We want to look out for two very important things as we move forward –the safety and well-being of [...]

MHCBL Announces Shortened 2020 Season2020-04-27T21:00:57-07:00

MHCBL SET FOR 10th ANNIVERSARY SEASON

2020-02-27T18:01:38-07:00

DENVER — In 2011, the Mile High Collegiate Baseball League was a four-team operation. This summer, the league will celebrate its 10th anniversary with 11 teams from Fort Collins, down Interstate 25, to Pueblo. MHCBL owner Amanda Kubec reflected on the progress from the inaugural season to now and praised former owner Kent Gregory for kickstarting the league. "I really want to uphold the integrity of the league from how it started,” she explained. “Kent (Gregory) has always had a genuine interest and dedication to the players. That needs to stay at the forefront of our operation. “Every decision he made was about [...]

MHCBL SET FOR 10th ANNIVERSARY SEASON2020-02-27T18:01:38-07:00

‘Clones Advance to Single-Elimination Portion of Tourney With 8-0 Victory On Saturday

2019-08-04T15:16:29-07:00

BY NICK ROBINSON milehighcbl@gmail.com WICHITA, KANSAS — After falling to the Fairbanks (Alaska) Goldpanners 5-10 on Thursday, the Colorado Cyclones did what they’ve done all season while facing adversity. Bounce back. “The win was huge for us,” Colorado head coach J.L. Buchanan said. “We hit really well against Fairbanks. We just couldn’t pitch or field really well. I felt good about San Antonio, though. The Angels made it to the semifinals last year and are a quality team. We were ready and had great pitching – that was the difference.” Darin Cook (4 IP, 4 K’s) led the Cyclones to an [...]

‘Clones Advance to Single-Elimination Portion of Tourney With 8-0 Victory On Saturday2019-08-04T15:16:29-07:00

Fifth-Straight League Title ‘Dream Come True’ For Cyclones

2019-07-22T17:10:31-07:00

BY NICK ROBINSON milehighcbl@gmail.com JOHNSTOWN — An 11-3 run-rule defeat by the hands of the Denver Generals put J.L. Buchanan and the Colorado Cyclones at the crossroads. “After we got run-ruled by the Denver Generals, sitting at 10-5, Shane (Dyer) and I decided we needed to coach our butts off the rest of the summer,” Buchanan, head coach of the Cyclones said. “We were sick of watching these guys be average. I don’t think we’ve been run-ruled the last four years before that. We went on to win 10-straight games after that. It was a wakeup call for everyone.” The 10-game [...]

Fifth-Straight League Title ‘Dream Come True’ For Cyclones2019-07-22T17:10:31-07:00

LEAGUE ANNOUNCES CANCELLATION OF POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT

2019-07-14T09:29:32-07:00

For Immediate Release                                                                            July 14, 2019 DENVER — Due to the large amount of rained out games this season, the league has announced the 2019 postseason tournament will not take place. Instead, the slated time will be used for teams to make up their regular season games. The decision is focused on the regular season games, as the league winner claims the bid to Wichita, Kansas for the 85th National Baseball Congress World Series. The league winner advances to Championship Week, starting on August 1, because the Colorado Cyclones advanced past pool play during last season’s NBC World Series.   XXX [...]

LEAGUE ANNOUNCES CANCELLATION OF POST-SEASON TOURNAMENT2019-07-14T09:29:32-07:00

‘Energy’ Carries Renegades In Sweep Of Cyclones

2019-07-13T21:27:02-07:00

BY NICK ROBINSON milehighcbl@gmail.com COLORADO SPRINGS — The Colorado Springs Renegades snapped the Colorado Cyclones 10-game win streak on Saturday afternoon by final scores of 9-2 and 10-1 at Mountain Lion Park.“Our energy today was solid,” Renegades infielder Sam Cregan said. “We took what they gave us and it was a complete team effort. We came here locked in and I don’t think there was a minute where we thought we wouldn’t win today.” Cregan (2-4, 4 RBI’s) highlighted an eight-run fourth, which helped end the contest after five innings. Jay Onken (5 IP, 4 K’s) earned the victory for Colorado [...]

‘Energy’ Carries Renegades In Sweep Of Cyclones2019-07-13T21:27:02-07:00

Six Runs In Last Three Innings Gives Cyclones 7-2 Victory Over Khaos

2019-07-07T19:47:46-07:00

BY NICK ROBINSON milehighcbl@gmail.com LITTLETON — Despite trailing by a run in the seventh inning, the Colorado Cyclones ripped off six runs to defeat the Colorado Khaos by a final score of 7-2 at Heritage High School. “It was a fun game,” Cyclones outfielder Matt Burkart said. “It was chippy and got chirpy. But that’s what makes it fun. We had some big swings and really just stuck to what we are good at. Eventually, it paid off for us.” With the victory, the Cyclones move to 17-5, and have won their last seven games. “Everyone to start the year was [...]

Six Runs In Last Three Innings Gives Cyclones 7-2 Victory Over Khaos2019-07-07T19:47:46-07:00

Passion Drives Kubec In Second Year As League Owner

2019-07-04T10:56:46-07:00

BY NICK ROBINSON milehighcbl@gmail.com DENVER – If you would have asked Amanda Kubec when she was a freshman in college about where her life would head, owning a baseball league would be near the bottom of the list. “I never in a million years, starting out as an art major (at Metropolitan State), would have guessed I would own a baseball league,” Kubec said. “Taking a sports management class as a hospitality major helped me spark my love and a realization, I could actually make a career of this.” Baseball wasn’t too big in Kubec’s life growing up, but her grandfather’s [...]

Passion Drives Kubec In Second Year As League Owner2019-07-04T10:56:46-07:00

‘The Mullet’ Helps Renegades Move Into Second Place

2019-06-27T10:22:12-07:00

BY NICK ROBINSON milehighcbl@gmail.com COLORADO SPRINGS — With two victories (8-5, 9-3) on Wednesday afternoon against Batter’s Box, the Colorado Springs Renegades have leaped to second place in the MHCBL standings, as the second-half of the season begins. “It feels good,” Renegades catcher Randy Good said. “We really don’t focus on really anything other than playing ball. Everything else will fall into place. I think that’s what has been working for us so far this summer.” Six runs in the first four innings helped Colorado Springs (11-5) hold off a three-run sixth from Batter’s Box (6-10). Rodney Gregg (5 IP, 6 [...]

‘The Mullet’ Helps Renegades Move Into Second Place2019-06-27T10:22:12-07:00
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