A veteran Colorado sportswriter, Pat Rooney was a longtime contributor to the Rocky Mountain News and spent a year and a half covering prep sports for The Denver Post. The South Bend, Ind., native worked as a beat reporter at the Rocky Mountain News covering the University of Denver and Colorado Rapids, while also contributing game coverage for the Colorado Rockies, Denver Broncos, and Colorado Avalanche. Rooney began his career with the Chicago Tribune in 1995 and, over the years, has contributed stories to the Washington Post, Arizona Republic, and Seattle Times, among many other publications.
Adam Dunivan joined the BoCoPreps staff in June 2013 after spending the past five years at the Loveland Reporter-Herald covering high school sports as well as the Colorado Eagles hockey team. A graduate of Metro State in 2002, Dunivan was a freelancer for the Rocky Mountain News, and his articles have appeared in newspapers around the country.
Brad Cochi graduated with a bachelor's degree in journalism from the University of Colorado in the summer of 2009. After college he was the sports editor of the Canon City Daily Record before taking a job at the Longmont Times-Call and BoCoPreps.com.
Elwood K. Shelton has been lucky enough to cover one of Colorado's premiere prep sports towns for the past decade as part of the Broomfield Enterprise team, reporting on the slew of state titles flooding out of Broomfield, Legacy and Holy Family high schools. He has a long history with local athletics, having grown up in Boulder County.
Paul Willis has been a sports reporter in Colorado since 2000, first with the Rocky Mountain News and then with The Denver Post before joining BoCoPreps.com in late 2011. Willis covered high school, college and pro sports at the Rocky, including the 2007 World Series, the 2006 AFC Championship Game and the 2005 NBA All-Star Game. He published his first fiction novel, Displaced, in June of 2011. He is currently composing novel No. 2. Willis graduated from Western State in 1996 with a bachelor's degree in mass communications. The former college athlete continues to play baseball in the summertime.