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Baseball: Holy Family tabs John Ray as its next coach

BROOMFIELD — Holy Family High School is proud to announce the hiring of John Ray as its next baseball coach. Ray, who was on the Tigers staff last year as a pitching coach, takes over for the retired Marc Cowell. Ray comes to Holy Family with a wealth of experience on the diamond. After graduating

Volleyball: Tigers battle, ultimately lose to No. 7 Mead

LONGMONT –The Holy Family Tigers knew it was going to take a special effort on Tuesday night to take down a good Mead team in their own building. And for a brief time in the opening set, the Tigers had the Class 4A No. 7 Mavericks on their heels. But as has been the story

Softball: Regional bracket released by the CHSAA

Holy Family will be the No. 2 overall seed based on their RPI. The Tigers(21-1) will host No. 31 Falcon (8-11) on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at Broomfield Industrial Park. No. 15 Evergreen (11-11-1) will play No. 18 Mountain View (13-10) on the other half of the bracket, also at 10 a.m. The winners

All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 14 – Oct 20

Oct 14 Boys Varsity Soccer at Skyline Falcons Skyline Falcons 4:00 pm   Oct 14 Boys Junior Varsity Soccer at Skyline Falcons Skyline Falcons 5:30 pm   Oct 15 Girls Freshman Volleyball D-Team at Mead High School Mead 4:30 pm | Mead High School Oct 15 Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball at Mead High School Mead

Football: Tigers blank Denver North to get to .500

BROOMFIELD — It would have been easy for Holy Family to get caught looking ahead on Friday night against Denver North. But head coach Mike Gabriel wasn’t about to let that happen, especially when the team coming in was sporting a nifty 4-1 record and wanted nothing more than to prove a point in their