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Volleyball: Brilliant runs come to and end at Coronado

COLORADO SPRINGS — There are a bunch of people around the state that had written the Holy Family Tigers off midway through the season. Rightfully so, when they were a dismal 5-10. Really the only ones that didn’t were in the Tigers locker room. They fought their way back into relevance by winning seven of

Football: Tigers wrap up regular season in style

BROOMFIELD — The Holy Family Tigers will live to fight another week at least. Hovering on the bubble of the CHSAA’s latest RPI standing at No. 14 — only the top 16 get into the playoff field — the Tigers controlled their own destiny in the final weeks of the season against the bottom half

Boys soccer: Four Tigers garner TVL honors

The Tri-Valley League champion Holy Family Tigers placed four players on the All Conference list lead by Player of the Year Dylan McIntosh. Also earning first team status were Cole Greany, Alex Troso and Kyle Pardoe.

Cross country: Five harriers earn All Conference

The All Conference distinction was earned at the Tri-Valley league meet on October 8 at Frederick. The top 10 boys and girls in each race earned the designation and runners 11-15 were honorable mention all conference. Holy Family’s girls went 1-2-3-4, with Evie Boyd, Alyssa Wells, Gabby Thomas and Alyssa Jany. On the boys side,

Softball: Tigers place 7 on TVL All Conference list

The Tri-Valley League announced its All-Conference softball teams and seven Tigers total were honored including junior pitcher Cassidy Chvatal, who was named the Pitcher of the Year. Tigers earning honors: Chvatal, Jenna Pfenning (1B), Carly Eldredge (2B), Abby Edwards (C), Tyler Whitlock (OF), Anna Martinez (OF) and Noelle Gardon (DP/Util). Erie’s Kat Sackett was named

All Teams Schedule: Week of Nov 04 – Nov 10

Nov 08 Boys Sophomore Football C-Team vs. Skyview High School Skyview 3:30 pm | Holy Family High School Nov 08 Boys Varsity Football vs. Skyview High School Skyview 7:00 pm | Holy Family High School

Boys soccer: Tigers season ends too early to Centaurus

BROOMFIELD — The was a little trepidation when the Class 4A state soccer brackets came out earlier in the week. Mother Nature didn’t do the Holy Family Tigers and their faithful followers any favors either this week in making them wait and wonder about their first round draw against Centaurus. After all, it was just

Football: Tigers roll Nighthawks to keep playoff hopes alive

BROOMFIELD — Just take care of business boys and let the chips fall where they may. After eight weeks the Holy Family Tigers were a pedestrian 3-5 and coming off back-to-back lopsided losses to North Metro League front runners Frederick and Mead. And despite that, there they were lingering at No. 15 in the latest