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Baseball: Tigers beat Erie to earn trip back to the Springs

COLORADO SPRINGS — GO DAWGS! It’s a phrase that has become synonymous with the Holy Family baseball team over the last few seasons, thanks to the Martinek family. But the barking was somewhat silenced over the final few weeks of the regular season, when senior Davis Martinek was sidelined with multiple hand injuries. And one

Baseball: Tigers will look to stay alive on Saturday

COLORADO SPRINGS — If you would have told Holy Family coach Marc Cowell that his Tigers would have scored 20 runs on Friday over the first two games of the Class 4A double elimination tournament at the University of Colorado-Colorado Springs’ Mountain Lion Field, he would have been grinning ear to ear. After all, it

State golf: Weather can’t dampen Schalk’s third title; Mason finishes 5th

WINDSOR — Hailey Schalk was ready to go on Tuesday at Pelican Lakes Golf Course for Round 2 of the Class 4A state golf tournament. Mother Nature told her no. The snow and cold temperatures forced the Colorado High School Activities Association to call off Day 2 of the event and meant that the Day

State golf: Schalk takes a five shot lead to Day 2 in Windsor

WINDSOR — Neither rain, nor snow, nor sleet or cold temperatures can keep Hailey Schalk from her appointed rounds. The Holy Family junior, who won back-to-back titles at Class 3A in 2017 and 2018, bumped up a classification with the Tigers and hasn’t skipped a beat. On Monday at Pelican Lakes Golf Club, in the

Baseball: Tigers headed to 4A double elimination tournament

BROOMFIELD — Breathe a collective sigh of relief Holy Family fans. Saturday’s Region 8 tournament had the Tigers faithful on the edge of their seats, especially in the first game against Denver North, but eventually Marc Cowell’s boys flexed their muscle and did what they were supposed to do. After a nail-biting 2-1 walk-off victory

State track and field: Welch lands on podium in discus

LAKEWOOD — Brody Welch didn’t have high expectations and maybe on Friday morning at Jefferson County Stadium, that was a good thing. He was the 17th of 18 qualifiers in the Class 3A discus field and making the podium was a bit of a long shot. But when his second throw of the first round

State track: Tigers cap big first day with boys 4×800 relay title

LAKEWOOD — For the first 2,900 meters of Thursday’s Class 3A 3,200 meter relay finals, it looked like Alamosa and Frontier Academy might pull off the upset of top-seeded Holy Family. The Tigers were in the hunt, but werem’t sure what kind of effort they were going to get from their anchor leg, Braden Bartlett

Baseball: Sixth-seeded Tigers set to host regional tournament

BROOMFIELD — Th Colorado High School Activities Association released the brackets for the Class 4A Regional Tournament on Wednesday morning and the Holy Family Tigers earned the No. 6 overall seed and will host Region 8 on Saturday at Kevin Ritz Field. The Tri-Valley League champion Tigers (18-5 record) will open up with Denver North