Holy Family Girls Varsity Basketball

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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

Girls basketball: Tigers are heading to the ‘Ship

DENVER — If the Tigers win in the Final Four and nobody is there to see it, did it really happen? You’re darn right it did. With the pandemic coronavirus disease limiting the crowd at the Denver Coliseum to just friends, family and a few essential personnel — making one of the more bizarre settings

Girls basketball: The latest as of this morning

Holy Family Community, The Holy Family girls basketball Final Four game is this evening, as well as the potential championship game on Saturday (1 p.m.), will be available for viewing on-line or via your mobile device on the NFHS Network. Visit www.nfhsnetwork.com/playoffs/state/colorado for pricing. Initially the CHSAA was limiting attendance to essential team personnel only.

Girls basketball: Tigers make history (and the Final 4) in Pueblo

  PUEBLO WEST — Should we really ever question Ron Rossi and his Holy Family Tigers girls? The six-time state champion coach, an owner of over 500 career wins has seen a lot of basketball. On Friday night at Pueblo West’s Jerry Kersey Gym, he did something he has never done in his illustrious career.

Girls basketball: Tigers punch ticket to the Elite 8

BROOMFIELD — If we’ve heard it once, we’ve heard it a million times this time of year, and yes, we know it’s hard to beat the same team twice in the same season … especially in the playoffs. On Tuesday night in the Sweet 16 round of the Class 4A playoffs, the Holy Family put

Girls basketball: Holy Family vs. Air Academy Round II

Back in December, a highly ranked an well thought of Air Academy team came to Holy Family and got beat 42-25. Things have changed quite a bit since then — notably the Tigers gym floor — for both teams. They will tangle tonight at 6 p.m. for a chance to go to the Elite 8

Girls basketball: Tigers roar past Grizzlies into Sweet 16

BROOMFIELD — Holy Family girls coach Ron Rossi has forgotten more basketball than most of us have seen. But he remembers every single one of his teams and what made them strong. So when he says this team is as strong defensively as he has ever had in his time here, you’ve got to believe