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Softball: Chvatal is POY and Nguyen is Coach of the Year

Here is a link to the full CHSAA team:¬†https://chsaanow.com/2020-10-27/all-state-softball-teams-2020/ There were also honors on the local side too. Here is the link to BoCoPreps’ All Region team:¬†https://www.bocopreps.com/2020/10/22/softball-2020-bocopreps-com-all-region-team/

Football: Defense comes up big in win at Discovery Canyon

UNITED STATES AIR FORCE ACADEMY — If there has been one team over the past few season that has been a thorn in the side of the Holy Family Tigers, it has been Discovery Canyon. The Thunder have had their way, outscoring the Tigers 87-55 in their last two meetings. Things in 2020 have changed.

Cross country: Milestone Day for the Tigers at State Meet

COLORADO SPRINGS — Cross country coaches by their very nature are unique individuals. Never more are their odd little quirks more on display than before the state meet. They can sit and analyze the seed times and predict/guess where they might finish based on how everything stacks up on a sheet of paper. First year

Football: Johnson goes for 272 yards rushing in win over LP

BROOMFIELD — It doesn’t always have to be pretty. So when you look at Friday night’s result and you see that Holy Family won 41-15 over Lewis-Palmer, it would be easy to assume that everything went off without a hitch. Not quite so much. The Tigers were sloppy at times, committing five turnovers in the

Softball: Tigers win second title in three years

AURORA — The Holy Family Tigers were not about to let it happen again. A year after losing in the state semifinals, they were on the brink of an early exit on Saturday against D’Evelyn in the Class 4A state semifinals at Aurora Sports Park. They were down to their last out. Then Tigers junior

Football: Tigers roll in season opener over Niwot

BROOMFIELD — Everything just felt kind of right on Friday under the lights at Mike G. Gabriel Stadium. Football is back. Holy Family opened the season and Colorado League play with an impressive 50-14 rout of Niwot in front a a limited crowd of friends and family as mandated by both the state and the

Softball: Tigers get to Silver Creek early, hang on late to advance to semis

BROOMFIELD — The girls had heard it each of the last few days when they knew Silver Creek was coming back to Holy Family for a Class 4A state quarterfinal showdown … “It’s tough to beat a team three times in a season.” Can we just put that to bed already? How about, “It’s just

Cross country: Tigers dominate regional meet

BROOMFIELD — Like almost every other sport that has a regional tournament before the state (in this case) meet, if you have a bad day, you aren’t going to have a chance to compete for a title the following week. With that knowledge in their back pockets, both the Holy Family boys and girls cross