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Colorado High School Coaches Association

Benefits. Education. Recognition. All State Games.


The Colorado High School Coaches Association was founded in 1934 and presently serves over 2,900 coaches across the state of Colorado. Through its mission, CHSCA provides support for all groups coaching CHSAA-sanctioned sports in Colorado. The objectives of CHSCA are to:

  • Provide Member Benefits, such as the Association's $1,000,000 per member general liability insurance program
  • Provide Member Recognition through the Association's extensive awards program and Hall of Fame
  • Provide Member Education via sport specific coaching clinics and seminar
  • Host the Colorado All-State Games

2024 CHSCA Awards and Hall of Fame

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2024 CHSCA Steinmark Award Winner- Zoe Martin, Colorado Academy

The CHSCA Steinmark Award honors Freddie Steinmark, who excelled in football, basketball and baseball while attending Wheat Ridge High School in the early 1960s. Steinmark also was an outstanding student and was active in several school and community-oriented endeavors before attending the University of Texas, where he helped the Longhorns to the national football title in 1969. Steinmark died from cancer in 1971 at age 22.

One boy and one girl will receive the Steinmark Award and these final recipients will be selected by a committee of athletic directors, coaches, and former Steinmark Award winners. 

Congratulations to Zoe Martin of Colorado Academy and Cole Gaddis of Longmont High School, recipients of the 2024 CHSCA Steinmark Award--the most prestigious award for a senior student-athlete in Colorado. 

2024 CHSCA Steinmark Award Winner- Cole Gaddis, Longmont High School