Holy Family Boys Varsity Soccer

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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.

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

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

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

Boys soccer: Tigers roll past Roosevelt

By Scott McIntosh Special to hfathletics.com BROOMFIELD —  The Tigers extended their winning streak to eight games on Wednesday night with a comfortable 10-0 win against the Roosevelt RoughRiders. The win took Holy Family’s overall record to 11-2-0 and their Tri-Valley League record to 6-0 as they reach the final two games of the regular

Boys soccer: Recap from Monday’s win at Frederick

By Scott McIntosh Special to hfathletics.com FREDERICK —  In what could easily have been a trap game – the Frederick Warriors took last years league game to OT – the Tigers visited Frederick in a Tri-Valley League match on Monday evening with a beautiful sunset as a backdrop. The backdrop was more spectacular than the game