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Boys basketball: Tigers can’t seal the deal against pesky Raptors

LONGMONT — It was one of those games on Wednesday night that you assumed whoever made a play last was going to win. And with 7.5 seconds left, Silver Creek’s Karson Wills proved just that. He went coast-to-coast after Holy Family had tied it 61-61 on the other end and finished at the basket, got

Girls swimming: Times continue to drop as state approaches

THORNTON — Tuesday afternoon against Windsor at the VMAC wasn’t so much about winning and losing as it was about dropping times. Mission accomplished. On senior night for the nine Holy Family seniors, the Tigers put themselves in prime position to be a factor at the Class 3A state meet in two weeks back at

Basketball: Tigers girls win thriller in OT against Windsor

BROOMFIELD — “That was one of those signature wins,” Holy Family girls coach “Rocket” Ron Rossi said. His girls were down by as much as eight points in the final quarter against unbeaten an No. 4 Windsor on Friday night and found a way. The Tigers tied the game with seven second to go on

Wrestling: Senior night success for Tigers

BROOMFIELD — This was probably not how the four seniors — Logan Erickson, Anthony Mauro, Justin Trostel and Benito Hernandez — on the Holy Family wrestling team envisioned their senior night going. Sure it was a team win, which who are we kidding?, the Tigers needed. But with only four matches, Holy Family hardly got

Swimming and diving: Tigers make big stride in second to last dual

FREDERICK — Mary Kate Cavanaugh is giving up low scoring dives for lent. The freshman standout brought her best on Wednesday afternoon at the Carbon Valley Rec Center. And even though her winning score of 474.75 points wasn’t her best of the season — she went 477.60 in the first meet of the year —

Wrestling: Tough day for the Tigers in home quad

BROOMFIELD — The Holy Family Tigers knew they were going to take their lumps during this season. With a young roster and a lot of first timers on the mat, just getting the experience will go a long way in the years to come. And days like Saturday against some of the states best —

Basketball: Abraha’s hot shooting gets Tigers back to .500

LONGMONT — For the first few games of the season, Esrom Abraha’s minutes were limited. But as the Holy Family Tigers struggled on the offensive end to score points, coach Pete Villecco was in search of a spark. Enter Abraha, the catalyst. The senior, who was instrumental in lifting his team earlier in the week

Wrestling: Tigers take advantage of short-handed Warriors

LAFAYETTE — Holy Family wrestling coaches and athletes knew it was going to be a quick night at Centaurus on Thursday. The host Warriors only had four wrestlers on their squad, but the Tigers — all 12 varsity guys on this night — went through the motions by getting out on the mat and warming

Basketball: Tigers sweep the Ravens in home openers

BROOMFIELD — Winning ain’t easy at any level. So when you get them, enjoy them. The Holy Family boys had struggled out of the gate in Week 1 and for a half of basketball on Tuesday night in the home opener against Riverdale Ridge, the offense wasn’t clicking, shots weren’t falling and frustration was knocking

Girls swimming: Tigers depth earns them a tie with talented Longmont

THORNTON — How many times do you hear it from coaches at all levels in sports: “It’s the little things that matter the most.” In swimming, that is preparation, starts, turns and touches all being flawless from start to finish. Any little misstep could be costly. And on Tuesday afternoon, Holy Family knew it was