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Winter sports: Season pushed back until at least Feb. 1

The Colorado High School Activities Association announced on Monday the delay of the start of Season B (otherwise known as the winter sports season). Boys and girls basketball, wrestling and swimming at Holy Family were originally set to begin on Jan. 4, 2021, but the rising number of cases of the coronavirus has put put

Football: Tigers title chances dashed by Demons

BROOMFIELD — It was just one of those days where you just take your hat off to the other team. On a sunny late November Saturday afternoon at Mike G. Gabriel Stadium in the Class 3A state playoffs, the Durango Demons made the most of their lengthy bus ride from the southwest corner of the

Football: Tigers roll past Evergreen into the Class 3A semifinals

BROOMFIELD —¬†If there were any nerves about playing in the playoffs, they were gone pretty quickly for the Holy Family Tigers. The second-seeded team in the Class 3A playoffs scored on the opening play of the game, just 14 seconds in on an 80-yard catch and run by Oscar Sena that set the tone for

Football: Tigers close out regular season in style

BROOMFIELD — Now all we can do is sit and wait. Second ranked Holy Family capped off a perfect regular season on Friday night against winless Pueblo Centennial, 45-0 at Mike G. Gabriel Stadium and will now wait for the Class 3A state playoff bracket to be released by the Colorado High School Activities Association

Baseball: Tigers have three DI commits

Izaak Siefken: University of Illinois Connor Cooney: College of the Holy Cross (Massachusetts) Blake Hammond: Santa Clara University (California)

Softball: State champs send five players to the next level

Cassidy Chvatal: Colorado School of Mines Toni Schafer: Fort Hays State University (Kansas) Carly Eldredge: Dixie State University (Utah) Tyler Whitlock: Black Hills State University (South Dakota) Jenna Pfenning: Colorado School of Mines

Football: Tigers beat Lutheran to claim Colorado crown

PARKER — The argument could have been made that the Lutheran Lions were the more tested of the two teams entering Friday night’s Colorado League championship game based on who they had played thus far. Holy Family didn’t care. The No. 6-ranked Tigers jumped on the No. 2 Lions early, a spot they had not

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Football: Tigers run roughshod over Marauders

BROOMFIELD — With a limited number of opportunities to put on the pads this season, the impetus to take advantage of each game is at an all time high. The key is not to get caught looking ahead. That would have been easy for the Holy Family to do on Friday night against the visiting