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Boys basketball: Half court buzzer beater downs Tigers

BROOMFIELD — One of these days, the Holy Family Tigers are going to catch a break. In the mean time, the rest of the Tri-Valley League is going to bask in the enjoyment of taking us down after years of Tigers dominating the league. On Tuesday night, the Skyline Falcons snatched victory from the jaws

Wrestling: Tigers cash in rare ‘W’ at home against Frederick

BROOMFIELD — Just get the dub! It’s been a long time coming in the Holy Family gym, but on Friday night, the Tigers finally scored a dual meet victory in their own backyard. The final score was 36-36, and after careful studying of the rule book — and going to the seventh tiebreaker — Holy

Girls basketball: Tigers hand Berthoud loss No. 1

BROOMFIELD — For the second straight week, the Holy Family girls basketball team was facing an undefeated and highly ranked Tri-Valley League foe. And for the second straight week, the Tigers knocked off and undefeated Tri-Valley League foe. On Thursday night, Holy Family took down No. 3 Berthoud 49-44 to move to 5-0 inside the

Swimming: Freshmen laying the Tigers foundation

WESTMINSTER — Abigail Philipsen thought she was going to have a decision to make. Thankfully, Holy Family made it for her. She already knew that she was going to be a Tiger, but the year round swimmer was already weighing her options of what school she was going to swim for. “I was really struggling

Wrestling: Tigers show well against 5A Horizon

BROOMFIELD — Yes the Holy Family Tigers wrestling program is still young. But man can they compete. On Wednesday night — the first of three competitions this week — the Tigers welcomed in Class 5A Horizon for dual meet and held their own with the big school. Holy Family won five of the 11 contested

Boys basketball: Tigers bounce back against Roosevelt

BROOMFIELD — In years past, the Holy Family Tigers could lean on scorers in times of need to put a team on their back and carry them. But gone are the likes of Tanner Baird and Kyle Helbig, and the 2019-20 pack of Tigers is still trying to find their offensive identity. Sure Garrett Green

Girls basketball: ‘Run As One’ prevails at No. 4 Erie

ERIE — Everyone had this one circled on their calendars … in big red ink. Both Holy Family and Erie had points to prove on Wednesday night in an early battle for the top spot in the Tri-Valley League. Holy Family entered at 4-4 against a schedule as tough as anybody in the state. The

Basketball doubleheader: Tigers travel to Fort Morgan

Today is the first of three straight days of Holy Family basketball. Tonight the Tigers travel to Fort Morgan to tangle with the Mustangs. The girls varsity will go at 5:30 p.m. and the boys will start at 7 p.m. It will be the same times on Wednesday (at Erie) and then on Thursday at

Softball: Coach Mitch Martinez tells his story

BROOMFIELD — Anyone that has crossed paths with Mitch Martinez over his 40+ years of coach in Colorado has likely seen him with a smile on his face. It’s just who he is. But there was a time when it took everything in his arsenal to make those 26 muscles in his face form that