Holy Family Boys Varsity Basketball

  • Overall Record: 10 - 5
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Basketball: Wells, Whitlock and Green earn 1st team TVL honors

The Tri-Valley League released its All-Conference honors and three Holy Family Tigers have received 1st team honors. On the girls side, both Tyler Whitlock and and Alyssa Wells were among the ten players to lock up a spot on the first team that was voted on by the coaches earlier this month. Berthoud’s Emily Cavey

Boys basketball: Tigers give everything at Northfield; come up short

DENVER — Rest assured that when the rest of the state took one look at the Class 4A state bracket and saw the 5 vs. 37 match-up between Holy Family (37-seed) and Northfield, that they instantly penciled in the Nighthawks to the Sweet 16. Big mistake. On Saturday afternoon, the Holy Family Tigers — tagged

Boys basketball: Holy Family takes care of business in Summit

FRISCO — Feet are officially wet. Playing in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs is something the Holy Family Tigers are most certainly not used to. On Wednesday night coach Pete Villecco’s squad traveled up to Summit High School to take on the Western Slope’s Tigers and walked away with a 56-46 victory.

Boys basketball: First round gets underway tonight

The Class 4A state basketball tournament begins tonight across the state. The Holy Family boys, seeded No. 37 in the 48-team bracket will travel to Frisco to take on the No. 28 Summit Tigers at 6 p.m The winner will advance to the second round of the Guy Gibbs Region to take on No. 5

Basketball: Tigers in search of momentum

LONGMONT — It would be easy for the Holy Family boys basketball team to get frustrated. After all, it has been a decade since the Tigers have had a losing season and they’ve never had one in the Tri-Valley League since joining it in the 2014-15 season. On Tuesday night at Skyline, in the penultimate

Girls basketball: Tigers drop into three-way tie in the TVL

BERTHOUD — That was just a big old can of Nope. With a chance to all but lock up the Tri-Valley League title on Tuesday night in Berthoud, the Holy Family Tigers laid an egg. “They were a lot better than us today in all facets of the game,” said Tigers coach Ron Rossi, after

Basketball: Erie sweeps Holy Family by combined 3 points

BROOMFIELD — It’s been a long time since a team has come to Holy Family for a double header of basketball and walked away 100 percent happy. The Erie Tigers did on Tuesday night. In the opener, the Erie girls behind the strong effort of junior Anna Hefner — who hit the game-winner with 12

Basketball : Yes Jackson, This is for Real

JOHNSTOWN — Before the start of the 2019-20 boys season, sophomore Jackson Ward had no clue what his role was going to be for the Holy Family Tigers. “When I came to tryouts, I was thinking I was just going to be JV and maybe swing up (to varsity) a few games,” the 6-foot-2 forward