Holy Family Boys Varsity Football

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Football: Seven Tigers earn North Metro Honors

The Class 3A North Metro Conference released its All Conference team and seven Holy Family Tigers made the list. Three linemen, led by junior Cord Kringlen, Wally Blackmore and Brody Welch as well as running back Trevin Johnson, quarterback Calahan Carter, wide receiver Braedon Peters and kicker Liam Gray all took home the honors.  

Fall sports recap: A look back at the 2019 season

FOOTBALL It was a season full high and lows for coach Mike D. Gabriel and his Holy Family Tigers. “We played the toughest schedule in the classification,” Gabriel said. “And then we wrapped it up with playing the best team in the state. “I’ve never seen anything like that on this level.” The Tigers held

Football: Dominant Palmer Ridge ends Holy Family’s season

MONUMENT — It was going to take something special on Friday night at Don Breese Stadium. And the Holy Family Tigers knew it. The defending champion Palmer Ridge Bears were coming off a league championship defeat to Discovery Canyon in Week 10 and they may as well have been coming out hibernation … it had

Football: Playoff preview against Palmer Ridge

(13) HOLY FAMILY (5-5) VS. (4) PALMER RIDGE (8-2) When: Friday, 7 p.m. Where: Don Breese Stadium (Campus of Lewis-Palmer High School) WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN HOLY FAMILY HAS THE BALL The Tigers have been methodical on offense all year long. They have been able to mix the run with Trevin Johnson and the pass

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

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

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