The Class 5A and 4A state championship games will be featured on television once again. The Colorado High School Activities Association and Altitude TV announced on Monday that the games will be featured on Altitude with Vic Lombardi, Tyler Polumbus and Kimberly Becker making up the broadcast team.

For years, the games have been exclusively broadcasted on the NFHS Network, but they return to standard television for the 2022 games. Fans who do not get Altitude can still see the games on the NFHS Network.

Both games will be played Saturday, Dec. 3 with the 4A game between Broomfield and Loveland kicking off at 11:30 a.m. and the 5A game between Valor Christian and Cherry Creek scheduled for a 2:30 p.m. kick. The games are being played at Empower Field at Mile High and are hosted by the Colorado Sports Hall of Fame.

“We’re excited to have the CHSAA Football Championships back on Altitude Sports,” said Matthew Krol, VP & General Manager of Altitude Sports in the release. “We have a long history of covering prep sports. It’s our belief that these CHSAA championship games represent the type of local sports programming fans throughout the Rocky Mountain Region should be able to access through their Regional Sports Network.”

The partnership is also welcomed inside the CHSAA walls as it gives fans another means to access a premier event of the athletic school year.

“We are very excited to partner with such an amazing organization like Altitude Sports and Entertainment”, said CHSAA Commissioner Mike Krueger, “Altitude is such a well-respected leader in sports broadcasting and to be working with them to promote and showcase high school athletics and activities is an incredible opportunity.”

Colorado Preps will have coverage of both games at Mile High as well as the 3A state championship game between Roosevelt and Lutheran at the CSU-Pueblo ThunderBowl.