Holy Family Girls Varsity Softball

  • Overall Record: 5 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Softball: State champs send five players to the next level

Cassidy Chvatal: Colorado School of Mines Toni Schafer: Fort Hays State University (Kansas) Carly Eldredge: Dixie State University (Utah) Tyler Whitlock: Black Hills State University (South Dakota) Jenna Pfenning: Colorado School of Mines

Softball: Chvatal is POY and Nguyen is Coach of the Year

Here is a link to the full CHSAA team: https://chsaanow.com/2020-10-27/all-state-softball-teams-2020/ There were also honors on the local side too. Here is the link to BoCoPreps’ All Region team: https://www.bocopreps.com/2020/10/22/softball-2020-bocopreps-com-all-region-team/

Softball: Tigers win second title in three years

AURORA — The Holy Family Tigers were not about to let it happen again. A year after losing in the state semifinals, they were on the brink of an early exit on Saturday against D’Evelyn in the Class 4A state semifinals at Aurora Sports Park. They were down to their last out. Then Tigers junior

Softball: Tigers get to Silver Creek early, hang on late to advance to semis

BROOMFIELD — The girls had heard it each of the last few days when they knew Silver Creek was coming back to Holy Family for a Class 4A state quarterfinal showdown … “It’s tough to beat a team three times in a season.” Can we just put that to bed already? How about, “It’s just

Softball: Tigers roll in Round 1; Silver Creek looms on Thursday

BROOMFIELD —  Step one of the journey is complete. The No. 3-seeded Holy Family Tigers took care of business in the first round of the Class 4A state softball tournament on Tuesday, dispatching of No. 13 Mesa Ridge in just over and hour by a score of 13-0. Holy Family advances to Thursday’s second round,

Softball: Tigers dispatch Wizards for 11th straight win

WINDSOR — It would have been easy for the Holy Family Tigers to let down after Tuesday’s huge win over No. 2 Mead at their place. And for a couple of innings on Thursday afternoon in Windsor, they had to shake off a little bit of rust. Thankfully the Wizards tend to bring out the

Softball: Tigers send message with big win at Mead

LONGMONT — Sometimes you just have to send a message. Hopefully the rest of the state heard it loud and clear. With a daunting final week slate that included Mead, Windsor and Silver Creek to wrap up the inaugural Northern Colorado Athletics Conference schedule, it was imperative to garner as much momentum as possible going

Softball: Triskaidekaphobia? Not for the Tigers on Thursday

LONGMONT — The Holy Family Tigers have already entered playoff mode. In the strange year that has been 2020 and the affect that the pandemic has had on scheduling and the softball postseason — i.e. no regional tournament to qualify for state — the onus is squarely on taking care of business during the regular