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Girls golf: Mason goes low and wins again in Greeley

GREELEY — All Jessica Mason could do before her round on Monday at Highland Hills in Greeley was grin a little bit. She took one look at the set-up and knew it was likely going to be a good day. And as it turned out, it was. The Holy Family junior, despite not finding the

Baseball: Tigers roll in first home game since 2019

BROOMFIELD — It had been 725 days since the last game played at Holy Family’s Kevin Ritz Field. After the pandemic washed out what was slated as a promising year for newly hired coach John Ray, the Tigers, like the rest of the state had to put their plans on the shelf for a year.

Boys lacrosse: Tigers hang on against Dawson for victory No. 1

BROOMFIELD — For the opening 24 minutes of Tuesday’s home opener against Dawson at Mike G. Gabriel Field, it looked like the Holy Family Tigers might run away and hide from the Mustangs. Dawson had other ideas and trimmed a four goal lead to one going to the fourth quarter. After getting blanked in the

Girls soccer: One half good enough for Tigers against Skyline

BROOMFIELD — Somebody needs to tell Mother Nature to take a look at the calendar. It’s May 10th and it feels like March 10. Not acceptable. For the second straight week, the Holy Family girls soccer team played in brutal conditions at Mike G. Gabriel Stadium. This time with a little more moisture in the

Track and Field: Holy Family strong out of the gate in first meet

BERTHOUD — Nick Harris has been waiting to put his own stamp on the Holy Family track and field team for quite a while. And after losing the entire season last spring to the pandemic, he was finally able to see the fruits of his labor on Friday in Berthoud at the R2J Invitational. The

Girls tennis: Tigers pounce on Greeley West to improve to 2-0

GREELEY — If there is one thing the Holy Family Tigers girls tennis team has always had, it’s depth. Sure we have been strong at the top of the ladder with quality singles players throughout the years, but where we have really made our mark is on the doubles side. And the first two matches

Girls soccer: Tigers make long awaited debut in style

BROOMFIELD — Monday night was a long time coming for the Holy Family girls soccer team. A long time to sit and stew about mistakes from a season playoff season in 2019. A long time to think about what might have been in 2020. But 2021 is a chance to make everything right and on