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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

Cross country: Five harriers earn All Conference

The All Conference distinction was earned at the Tri-Valley league meet on October 8 at Frederick. The top 10 boys and girls in each race earned the designation and runners 11-15 were honorable mention all conference. Holy Family’s girls went 1-2-3-4, with Evie Boyd, Alyssa Wells, Gabby Thomas and Alyssa Jany. On the boys side,

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.

Cross country: An athletes perspective

By Junior Jack Culp Special to hfathletics.com Cross Country. Running? Can we call that a real sport? Well for the Holy Family team, running is not merely a sport, it is a way of life. Several of the runners on the team have over five hundred miles on their legs in dedicated preparation for regional

Cross country: Thomas nabs PR in impressive fashion

NORTHGLENN — It’s funny what motivates people to run fast. For senior Gabby Thomas on Friday afternoon, she was remembering two years ago as a sophomore when she last tackled the course at Northwest Open Spaces Park and the Pat Amato Classic with a talented group of upperclassmen that inspired her to run fast. “But

Cross country: Tigers girls finish top 10 at Arapahoe Invite

CENTENNIAL — It is a little hard to read into the results of the first meet of the year for both the boys and girls cross country teams at Holy Family. The Tigers were loaded into an Arapahoe Invitational field of some of the best big schools from all over Colorado, and while the boys