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Softball: State champs send five players to the next level

Cassidy Chvatal: Colorado School of Mines Toni Schafer: Fort Hays State University (Kansas) Carly Eldredge: Dixie State University (Utah) Tyler Whitlock: Black Hills State University (South Dakota) Jenna Pfenning: Colorado School of Mines

Football: Tigers beat Lutheran to claim Colorado crown

PARKER — The argument could have been made that the Lutheran Lions were the more tested of the two teams entering Friday night’s Colorado League championship game based on who they had played thus far. Holy Family didn’t care. The No. 6-ranked Tigers jumped on the No. 2 Lions early, a spot they had not

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Football: Tigers run roughshod over Marauders

BROOMFIELD — With a limited number of opportunities to put on the pads this season, the impetus to take advantage of each game is at an all time high. The key is not to get caught looking ahead. That would have been easy for the Holy Family to do on Friday night against the visiting

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

Here is a link to the full CHSAA team: There were also honors on the local side too. Here is the link to BoCoPreps’ 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