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Volleyball: Tigers take 2 out of 3 in Saturday quad

BROOMFIELD — Holy Family first year volleyball coach Jenna Gallas and her girls knew Saturday was going to be a long day against three quality opponents. And they were doing it shorthanded, with several member of their rotation out at random club tournaments — which is something all high school coaches have become accustomed to

Boys soccer: Holy Family can’t find elusive goal in 1-0 loss to Erie

BROOMFIELD — Soccer can be a cruel game. All you have to do is watch the film of the last two Holy Family games to know that. The Tigers entered Wednesday night’s must-win game Erie with a renewed focus after Monday’s defeat at Greeley West in which the allowed just one Spartans shot on goal

Boys soccer: A win is a win

BROOMFIELD — There is that term in sports that goes a little something like this: “On any given day …”, and I think you know the rest. On Wednesday, in the middle of Spring Break for Holy Family, the Tigers were taking on a Skyline team that was just 1-4-1 and likely assumed they would

Volleyball: Mavs get the better of the Tigers

LONGMONT — “Good evening Holy Family Tigers, this is your wake up call.” The Mead Mavericks delivered the message loud and clear on Tuesday night, with a decisive 3-1 (25-16, 22-25, 25-13, 25-17) victory over the Tigers in a battle of top ten Class 4A teams. “We are continuously growing and the strides we have

Boys soccer: Tigers fall in OT at Windsor

WINDSOR — In the biggest of big games, any and all mistakes are amplified ten fold. On Wednesday night against Windsor, coach David Martinez and his Holy Family boys soccer team knew they were going to have to be at their best to get a result out of Windsor — similar to what they did

Volleyball: Tigers cruise past Centaurus to 3-0

BROOMFIELD — You have to rewind to 2019 to find the last time any current member of the Holy Family volleyball team played a game in the main gym. And we can’t even blame this one on the pandemic. The Tigers played their entire 2019 regular season in the newly opened auxiliary gym while the

Boys soccer: Havens and McIntosh bag hat tricks in route of Loveland

BROOMFIELD — The goal on Monday night for the Holy Family soccer team was to not get caught looking ahead to Wednesday. And after a 44th minute goal from Loveland made it a 2-1 Holy Family lead, it might have been easy to say that that might have been the case. But a quick surge

Volleyball: Tiger win season opener at Greeley Central

GREELEY — It has been a long time coming for first year Holy Family volleyball coach Jenna Gallas and her girls. The hurried pace of tryouts to for a varsity team in a little over a week. The anticipation of playing their first match last week only to have it interrupted by positive test from

Spirit: Holy Family performs well, can’t crack top 9

COLORADO SPRINGS — Holy Family cheer coach Lucy Nash and her team had done everything right leading into Thursday’s state championship performance. They had put the previous year’s disappointment behind them and were ready to prove that the 2021 Tigers were a Class 5A/4A game day finalist. And as they sat in the parking lot

Boys soccer: Long awaited restart goes Tigers way

LONGMONT — The Holy Family boys soccer team has waited long enough. 507 days to be exact. That is the exact number of days between their last match — a playoff loss to Centaurus in November of 2019 — and Wednesday night at Everly Montgomery Field at Longmont. Not only did the pandemic delay the