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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

Boys soccer: Tigers go double overtime to beat Jags

By Scott McIntosh Special to hfathletics.com BROOMFIELD — A three game week for the Tigers was closed out with a visit from a D’Evelyn Jaguars on Friday night.    The Jaguars have struggled to find the net all season after losing their starting striker to a torn ACL after game one. The outlook may have

Boys soccer: Tigers bag late goal to beat Windsor

WINDSOR — You got a feeling on Monday night that it was just a matter of time. The Holy Family Tigers had the run of play in the first half and had nothing to show for it. “It definitely gets in your head when shot after shot misses,” senior Cole Greany said. “But you have

Boys soccer: Tigers pounce on the Spartans early and often

By Scott McIntosh Special to hfathletics.com BROOMFIELD — Against the winless Berthoud Spartans, the Tigers practically strolled through the 80 minutes of play on Wednesday night. Six different scorers contributed to the eight goal haul as the young Tigers passed the ball confidently about the turf. Five goals up at halftime, the second half gave coach

Boys soccer: Tigers > Pumas

By Scott McIntosh Special to hfathletics.com A dour game between the Peak to Peak Pumas and the Holy Family Tigers was won by the home team with goals at both ends of the regulation 80 minutes. An early goal from Cole Greany was supplemented by one from Alden Bennett before the end of play in

Boys soccer: Strong second half propels Tigers past JA

BROOMFIELD — Like most athletes, soccer players are creatures of habit. So on Tuesday night before their match against Jefferson Academy when the lightning delay not only cancelled the second half of the junior varsity game, but also hindered the regular warm-up routine, Holy Family head coach David Martinez knew something wasn’t going to be

Boys soccer: Tough sledding for the Tigers in Boulder

By Scott McIntosh Special to HFAthletics.com BOULDER — The last two years have seen an early landmark fixture appear on the Tiger’s schedule – Boulder’s perennially talented Class 5A Fairview. For the Tigers, coming off of solid triumph at Longmont last week, all three teams would face a different challenge. Safe to say that the evening presented a learning

Boys soccer: Tigers open up with 5-1 win at Longmont

Dylan McIntosh scored three goals — including a penalty kick and a set piece direct free kick from 20 yards out — and Cole Greany added two more and the Holy Family Tigers rolled to a 5-1 win over Longmont on Thursday night at Everly-Montgomery Stadium. The Tigers were up 3-0 at halftime and never