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State volleyball: Tigers bow out to mighty Lewis-Palmer

DENVER — You hear stories about the Lewis-Palmer volleyball team. And everything you hear is true. The Rangers are good, almost too good and it sometimes feels like they have an extra player or two on the court. They don’t. They are just that fast and that talented. All that said, Holy Family wasn’t scared.

Football: Tigers season comes to an end at Harrison

COLORADO SPRINGS — Harrison High School is the second oldest school in Colorado Springs. But in all their years, the Panthers have never tasted success on the gridiron. In fact, their last league title before this magical 2018 season, was back in the 1960’s. The stars have aligned for the Panthers and on Friday night

State volleyball: Tigers a perfect 2-0 on Day 1

DENVER — So much for nerves and jitters. On Thursday, the first day of the Class 4A state tournament at the Denver Coliseum, the Holy Family Tigers looked every bit like the team that had been there and done that. Coach Krista Solomon’s side rolled to a three set victory over Silver Creek in the

Softball: The accolades continue to roll in

BROOMFIELD — On Tuesday, the CHSAA released its All-State Softball teams, including players and coaches of the year. Senior pitcher Erin Caviness was named the Class 4A Player of the Year and coach Mitch Martinez was honored with Coach of the year honors. Shortstop Noelle Gardon, junior outfielder Anna Martinez and senior first baseman Erin

Football: Kyle Helbig commits to CSU

BROOMFIELD — The long awaited decision is over. Holy Family senior Kyle Helbig made things official on Monday afternoon, taking to Twitter to announce his commitment with Coach Mike Bobo and the Colorado State University Rams. In the tweet, Helbig paid homage to his family and coaches that have helped him get to where he

Regional volleyball: Tigers punch ticket to 4A state tournament

BROOMFIELD — The stress level inside the Tiger gym on Friday afternoon was really high … at least among the spectators. The Holy Family volleyball team was cool and confident, even in the midst of a grueling five set first match against D’Evelyn in the Class 4A Region 8 tournament. “That game was a wake

Boys golf: Mason earns Holy Family POY honors

Jacob Mason has all the talent in the world. He just needed the right place to show it off. After a rather unpleasant first two years of high school, Mason transferred to Holy Family and was instantly embraced by the Tigers family and his game flourished. His scoring average was a stellar 69.9 strokes per

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?