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Wrestling: Tough night for the Tigers in Johnstown

JOHNSTOWN — Mama said there would be days like this. It was indeed a tough night at Roosevelt High School for the young Holy Family Tigers. The RoughRiders recorded eight pinfall victories in the 11 contested matches and all but two of those were in the first period of a 60-17 victory for the home

Basketball doubleheader: Girls go OT for big win at Berthoud

BERTHOUD — It is really Kaitlyn McKenzie’s world, we are all just living in it. At least we were in the final moments of Tuesday night’s pivotal Tri-Valley League game at Berthoud. With the game knotted at 55-55, the Holy Family senior missed a running floater at the buzzer that would have won the game

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 14 – Jan 20

Jan 15 Boys Junior Varsity Basketball at Berthoud High School Berthoud 4:00 pm | Berthoud High School Jan 15 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at Berthoud High School Berthoud 4:00 pm | Berthoud High School Jan 15 Boys Sophomore Basketball C-Team at Berthoud High School Berthoud 5:30 pm | Berthoud High School Jan 15 Girls Varsity

Wrestling: Tigers put on a good show at Skyline

LONGMONT — Benny Hernandez is back. After battling the affects of concussion at the start of the season, the 160-pound sophomore returned last Saturday at Niwot’s Gary Daum tournament where he went 2-2. On Wednesday night at Skyline, Hernandez posted his biggest win of the young season with an impressive pinfall victory over Creighton Trembly

All Teams Schedule: Week of Jan 07 – Jan 13

Jan 08 Boys Junior Varsity Basketball at Roosevelt High School Roosevelt 4:00 pm | Roosevelt High School Jan 08 Girls Junior Varsity Basketball at Roosevelt High School Roosevelt 4:00 pm | Roosevelt High School Jan 08 Boys Sophomore Basketball C-Team at Roosevelt High School Roosevelt 5:30 pm | Roosevelt High School Jan 08 Girls Varsity

Boys basketball: Quick start propels Tigers past Fort Morgan

BROOMFIELD — Tanner Baird didn’t skip a beat. The Holy Family senior, who spent a majority of his break on the court with his club team looked a fresh on Saturday against Fort Morgan as he did to start the season. And in the first quarter against the Mustangs, he and senior running-mate Kyle Helbig

Girls basketball: Tigers breeze by Fort Morgan

BROOMFIELD — Early January high school basketball can be a crapshoot. And while Saturday afternoon’s 61-29 Tri Valley league decision over Fort Morgan looked like a dominant performance, you must remember that the beauty of it is in the eye of the beholder and in this case, that is head coach Ron Rossi — who