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All Teams Schedule: Week of Oct 28 – Nov 03

Oct 30 Girls Freshman Volleyball D-Team vs. Niwot High School Niwot 3:30 pm | Holy Family High School Oct 30 Girls Junior Varsity Volleyball vs. Niwot High School Niwot 5:30 pm | Holy Family High School Oct 30 Girls Varsity Volleyball vs. Niwot High School Niwot 6:30 pm | Holy Family High School Nov 01

Softball: Tigers magnificent run ends in the Class 4A semis

AURORA — You know how the old saying goes, “It’s hard to beat the same team three times in one season”, right? Erie has, and it’s like music to their ears. For the second time in the last three seasons, the orange and black Tigers got the better of Holy Family in the state semifinals,

Softball: Tigers survive and advance to 4A semifinals

AURORA — It was the great North Carolina State men’s basketball coach Jim Valvano that taught us the meaning of ‘survive and advance’. The art and cliche of taking it one game at a time is put to the test in the state softball tournament, when one off game or inning for that matter, could

Boys soccer: Tigers blast Loveland to win TVL title

BROOMFIELD  — It’s been a long time coming for the Holy Family Tigers. And on a brisk Thursday night, they checked off box No. 1 of preseason accomplishments, winning the Tri-Valley League title in convincing fashion over the only team that could ruin their chance, Loveland, by a final score of 6-2. “It feels great

Cross country: State meet info for Saturday

WHAT: STATE CROSS COUNTRY MEET WHEN: SATURDAY — CLASS 3A GIRLS AT 12:20 P.M., BOYS AT 1:40 P.M. WHERE: NORRIS PENROSE EVENT CENTER (COLORADO SPRINGS)   HOLY FAMILY RUNNERS GIRLS Evelyn Boyd, So. Nina Finocchiaro, Sr. Alyssa Jany, So. Summer Norwell, Fr. Maddie Tapp, Jr. Gabby Thomas, Sr. Alyssa Wells, Jr. BOYS Patric Cavanaugh, Fr.

Boys soccer: Tigers win on the road in Fort Morgan

By Scott McIntosh Special to hfathletics.com FORT MORGAN —  A strong northerly wind may have had more impact on Monday evening’s game between the Fort Morgan Mustangs and the Tigers. Choosing to play with the wind in the first half the Tigers found the necessary adjustments hard in the opening twenty minutes before Cole Greany