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Wrestling: Tigers cash in rare ‘W’ at home against Frederick

BROOMFIELD — Just get the dub! It’s been a long time coming in the Holy Family gym, but on Friday night, the Tigers finally scored a dual meet victory in their own backyard. The final score was 36-36, and after careful studying of the rule book — and going to the seventh tiebreaker — Holy

Wrestling: Tigers show well against 5A Horizon

BROOMFIELD — Yes the Holy Family Tigers wrestling program is still young. But man can they compete. On Wednesday night — the first of three competitions this week — the Tigers welcomed in Class 5A Horizon for dual meet and held their own with the big school. Holy Family won five of the 11 contested

Wrestling: Tigers shorthanded at Roosevelt Invite

JOHNSTOWN — Holy Family took seven wrestlers to Johnstown for the Roosevelt Invitational on Saturday. Illness, injuries and other extenuating circumstances kept the Tigers from being full strength, but those that were there held their own. The highlight of the tournament was sophomore 113 pound sophomore Matthew McCarthy, who finished fourth overall. McCarthy (8-3 record

State wrestling: Branson halfway home to state title

DENVER — Hunter Branson knew his road to a title at the Pepsi Center was going to be tough. It always is, when the best of the best from around the state are on hand. You could argue that his Class 3A 170 pound brackets was one of the toughest in the classification. His first

Wrestling: Tigers see one slip away at Mead

LONGMONT — To a man in the Holy Family wrestling camp, Friday night was one they thought they could get. And on paper they were right, they should have earned a better result against a young Mead Mavericks team. But they lost some matches they shouldn’t have and didn’t wrestle their best and ended up

Wrestling: Branson battles to victory in Berthoud

BERTHOUD — If you ever need to question how hard a wrestler is going, you can judge by not only what happens after the match, but in the case of Holy Family junior Hunter Branson, it was during the match. In his semifinal showdown with Broomfield’s Antonio Welch-Soto, Branson rushed over to the trash can