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State soccer: Tigers let one slip away in snow at TCA

COLORADO SPRINGS -— Rasce Engelhardt had not played goalie in a competitive soccer match since he was in the seventh grade. But after Holy Family’s starting keeper Liam Burns broke his thumb in practice on Monday, it was Engelhardt who coach David Martinez turned to in the biggest game of the year. And why not?

Volleyball: Tigers set to host Class 4A Region 8

On Monday, the CHSAA released the regional brackets for all five classifications of volleyball. The Holy Family Tigers finished No. 8 in the final RPI rankings and thus earned the right to host the three team tournament, likely to be held on Friday The Tigers (14-9) will welcome in the No. 17-seeded Pueblo West Cyclones

State cross country: Tigers wrap up season in style

COLORADO SPRINGS — The Holy Family contingent that made the trek to the state cross country meet at the Norris Penrose Event Center was more than familiar with the demands of the championship course. For some it was most certainly a plus, but for others, it might have got in the heads. The Tigers didn’t

State soccer playoffs: McIntosh’s game-winner sends Holy Family on

There was a crummy memory wedged in the craw of a lot of the Holy Family soccer players’ heads. That sickening feeling they felt when they bowed out of the state playoffs last season in the first round at Silver Creek. And for a stretch of time in the second half of their 2018 Class

State softball: STATE CHAMPS!

AURORA — There was a moment in Saturday’s Class 4A state championship game where the Holy Family Tigers could have panicked. But that just isn’t their style. The defending 4A champs from Mountain View had just belted their second home run in the fourth inning off of senior Erin Caviness and tied the tense title

Football: A night to forget against Mead

BROOMFIELD — If you are looking for the tape of Friday night’s Mead-Holy Family football game, it’s burning in the dumpster behind the school. The Mead Mavericks came to Mike G. Gabriel Stadium and put a hurt on the host Tigers on Senior Night. It was 42-7 at halftime and the Mavericks had the running