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Softball: Coach Mitch Martinez tells his story

BROOMFIELD — Anyone that has crossed paths with Mitch Martinez over his 40+ years of coach in Colorado has likely seen him with a smile on his face. It’s just who he is. But there was a time when it took everything in his arsenal to make those 26 muscles in his face form that

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

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

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

Softball: Regional bracket released by the CHSAA

Holy Family will be the No. 2 overall seed based on their RPI. The Tigers(21-1) will host No. 31 Falcon (8-11) on Saturday morning at 10 a.m. at Broomfield Industrial Park. No. 15 Evergreen (11-11-1) will play No. 18 Mountain View (13-10) on the other half of the bracket, also at 10 a.m. The winners

Softball: Tigers cruise past Berthoud

BROOMFIELD — With one week and three games to go in the regular season, it’s hard to believe Holy Family coach Mitch Martinez when he says that his top-ranked Tigers have yet to play their best softball. With the onus on going out and getting better every time out, the Tigers have truly focused on