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Boys basketball: Tigers open new gym in style

BROOMFIELD — There is just something magical about Holy Family’s gym. On Thursday night, the Tigers got the chance to show off their new digs against a Class 4A Top 10 team from Centaurus. They didn’t disappoint the high energy crowd. Holy Family ran out to a big first half lead and then held on

Sponsorship Spotlight: Squeaks Services | Presented by VNN

We’re excited to welcome Squeaks Services as a continued, official partner of the Tigers athletic website!  The support of local businesses not only contributes to the Holy Family High School athletic department, but ensures Tigers Nation has the most up-to-date news, scores and photos online. Show your support of Squeaks Services by visiting them at 7230 Gilpin Way Unit

Sponsorship Spotlight: Orange Theory Fitness | Presented by VNN

We’re excited to welcome Orange Theory Fitness as a continued, official partner of the Tigers athletic website! The support of local businesses not only contributes to the Holy Family athletic department, but ensures Tigers Nation has the most up-to-date news, scores and photos online. Show your support of Orange Theory Fitness by calling them at 303-560-2042 or visiting them

Wrestling: Tigers shorthanded at Roosevelt Invite

JOHNSTOWN — Holy Family took seven wrestlers to Johnstown for the Roosevelt Invitational on Saturday. Illness, injuries and other extenuating circumstances kept the Tigers from being full strength, but those that were there held their own. The highlight of the tournament was sophomore 113 pound sophomore Matthew McCarthy, who finished fourth overall. McCarthy (8-3 record

Football: Seven Tigers earn North Metro Honors

The Class 3A North Metro Conference released its All Conference team and seven Holy Family Tigers made the list. Three linemen, led by junior Cord Kringlen, Wally Blackmore and Brody Welch as well as running back Trevin Johnson, quarterback Calahan Carter, wide receiver Braedon Peters and kicker Liam Gray all took home the honors.  

Fall sports recap: A look back at the 2019 season

FOOTBALL It was a season full high and lows for coach Mike D. Gabriel and his Holy Family Tigers. “We played the toughest schedule in the classification,” Gabriel said. “And then we wrapped it up with playing the best team in the state. “I’ve never seen anything like that on this level.” The Tigers held

State cheer: New rule stops Tigers from making finals appearance

DENVER — The performance was absolutely flawless on Friday night at the Denver Coliseum for the Holy Family Tigers. They were competing in the state spirit championships — newly formed Game Day Division — for the first time in over a decade, and after they left the mat, had the feeling like they had done

Girls swimming: Tigers shine in first ever meet

ESTES PARK — Thursday at the Estes Park Rec Center was a long time coming. And to be fair, it was nine long years in the making. The Holy Family Tigers Girls Swimming and Diving team is a reality. The Tigers showed the potential of what year No. 1 could look like against Berthoud and

Volleyball: Frank named Tri-Valley Player of the Year

The Tri-Valley League released its All Conference volleyball teams this week and Tigers senior Peyton Frank was named the Player of the Year. A very unique honor for someone that plays the libero (defensive specialist) position. Frank finished with over 2,000 digs in her prep career and was the on Holy Family player to be