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Girls basketball: Tigers marvelous run ends with Mullen

BROOMFIELD — Ron Rossi has forgotten more basketball than most of us have ever seen in the illustrious coaching career that dates back to the 1970’s. But one thing is for certain, “That’s the best team I’ve ever played in all my years of coaching,” he said. Rossi was talking about the Mullen Mustangs, who

Girls basketball: Tigers survive scare from Central (G.J.)

BROOMFIELD — Every team wants to beat the No. 1 team in the bracket and place that feather in their cap. And if you are the No. 1 overall seed, like the Holy Family girls are in the Class 4A state tournament, you have to expect you are going to get everything and more from

Girls swimming and diving: Tigers rally for fourth place finish

THORNTON — It is easy to forget sometimes that the Holy Family girls swimming and diving program is just two years old. One year after making their splash on the Class 3A scene with a 14th place finish, the Tigers took a major step forward this season into fourth overall, scoring 219.5 points. For comparison,

Wrestling: Bach lands on the podium, finishes sixth

PUEBLO — You have to hand it to Brayden Bach. The Holy Family freshman was facing a tough task at the Southwest Motors Events Center in Pueblo in the 106 pound bracket of the Class 3A state tournament. Right out of the gate he faced C.S. Christian’s Anthony Isek, who quickly rolled him up and

Boys basketball: Knudsen lights up Tigers for 45 in Sweet 16

LONGMONT — If you would have told Holy Family coach Pete Villecco two months ago that his team would make a run to the Sweet 16 of the Class 4A state tournament, he probably would have taken it. Because even after a tough start, he and his staff knew the kind of character and grit

Basketball: Tigers survive and advance out of first round

BROOMFIELD — At one point on Tuesday night, you could hear Holy Family Family coach Pete Villecco tell his team during a timeout, that “this is the post season boys.” The atmosphere was great but the thought of it all being over in an instant can creep in at any time, especially in a tight

Girls swimming and diving: Tigers finish fourth at NCAC league meet

GREELEY — It’s important for Holy Family head coach Mary Whitney and her girls to keep things in perspective over the final week of the season. This is still a second year program that spent all of its season competing against Class 4A schools within the Northern Colorado Athletic Conference and Saturday’s league championship was

Wrestling: Erickson and Bach punch tickets to state

BENNETT — The regional wrestling round has been a house of horrors for Logan Erickson. The Holy Family senior watched his dreams of state tournament disappear last season after a fifth place finish in his own gym and no chance at a wrestle back. He was heartbroken, but determined to not let it happen again.

Basketball: Girls shake off the rust to beat Berthoud

BROOMFIELD — Fifteen days. There is going to be some rust when you don’t play a game for that length of time. Holy Family coach Ron Rossi expected it. And then he expected his girls to respond. “Just like any college team or NBA, when you haven’t played for 15 days, there is going to

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