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All Teams Schedule: Week of Feb 17 – Feb 23

Feb 18 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at Skyline Falcons Skyline Falcons 4:00 pm   Feb 18 Boys Junior Varsity Basketball at Skyline Falcons Skyline Falcons 4:00 pm   Feb 18 Boys C Team Basketball at Skyline Falcons Skyline Falcons 5:30 pm   Feb 18 Girls Varsity Basketball at Skyline Falcons Skyline Falcons 5:30 pm  

Wrestling: State brackets have been released

Holy Family qualified two wrestlers, Hunter Branson and Matthew McCarthy for this weeks Class 3A state tournament at the Pepsi Center. First round matches get underway on Thursday at 2 p.m. Branson (26-2) will face Wil Aucoin (26-11), a sophomore from Pagosa Springs. McCarthy (32-14), a sophomore, will face Eaton’s Alex Castaneda (38-6). Complete brackets

Girls swimming: Holy Family finishes 14th in state debut

THORNTON — We are officially on the map. In its first year as a swim program, Holy Family made it known to the rest of the state that they are going to be a force to be reckoned with in years to come. The Tigers, coming off their victory last week at the Tri-Valley League

Wrestling: Tigers send Branson and McCarthy to Pepsi Center

BROOMFIELD — Each of the last three years, Holy Family senior Hunter Branson has won a regional championship, headed off to state with some momentum, only to not reach his ultimate goal of a state championship once he was there. Maybe 2020 will be different. For the first time in his high school career, the

Wrestling: Tigers send two to semis in Region 3 Tournament

BROOMFIELD — On Day 1 of the Class 3A, Region 3 wrestling tournament, the Holy Family Tigers held their  own. In one of the toughest regionals in the state, that features top-ranked Jefferson and always tough Weld Central among others, Holy Family pushed two wrestlers into Saturday’s semifinals round starting at 9 a.m. At 113

Girls basketball: Tigers drop into three-way tie in the TVL

BERTHOUD — That was just a big old can of Nope. With a chance to all but lock up the Tri-Valley League title on Tuesday night in Berthoud, the Holy Family Tigers laid an egg. “They were a lot better than us today in all facets of the game,” said Tigers coach Ron Rossi, after

Girls swimming: Tigers win Tri-Valley League title

LOVELAND — For the past two nights, Holy Family swim coach Mary Whitney was up at 2 a.m. in the morning playing all sorts of scenarios in her head for Friday and Saturday’s Tri-Valley League swim championships at Thompson Valley High School. When it was reduced to a one day event after the snow storm

Wrestling: Last dual of the season

This will be the final prep work of the season for the Holy Family wrestling team before they host the regional tournament next Friday and Saturday.

Basketball: Erie sweeps Holy Family by combined 3 points

BROOMFIELD — It’s been a long time since a team has come to Holy Family for a double header of basketball and walked away 100 percent happy. The Erie Tigers did on Tuesday night. In the opener, the Erie girls behind the strong effort of junior Anna Hefner — who hit the game-winner with 12