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Wrestling: Bach lands on the podium, finishes sixth

PUEBLO — You have to hand it to Brayden Bach. The Holy Family freshman was facing a tough task at the Southwest Motors Events Center in Pueblo in the 106 pound bracket of the Class 3A state tournament. Right out of the gate he faced C.S. Christian’s Anthony Isek, who quickly rolled him up and

Wrestling: Erickson and Bach punch tickets to state

BENNETT — The regional wrestling round has been a house of horrors for Logan Erickson. The Holy Family senior watched his dreams of state tournament disappear last season after a fifth place finish in his own gym and no chance at a wrestle back. He was heartbroken, but determined to not let it happen again.

Wrestling: Senior night success for Tigers

BROOMFIELD — This was probably not how the four seniors — Logan Erickson, Anthony Mauro, Justin Trostel and Benito Hernandez — on the Holy Family wrestling team envisioned their senior night going. Sure it was a team win, which who are we kidding?, the Tigers needed. But with only four matches, Holy Family hardly got

Wrestling: Tough day for the Tigers in home quad

BROOMFIELD — The Holy Family Tigers knew they were going to take their lumps during this season. With a young roster and a lot of first timers on the mat, just getting the experience will go a long way in the years to come. And days like Saturday against some of the states best —

Wrestling: Tigers take advantage of short-handed Warriors

LAFAYETTE — Holy Family wrestling coaches and athletes knew it was going to be a quick night at Centaurus on Thursday. The host Warriors only had four wrestlers on their squad, but the Tigers — all 12 varsity guys on this night — went through the motions by getting out on the mat and warming

Wrestling: Tigers start the season with a bang at Northridge

GREELEY — Finally. On Thursday night in Greeley the last Season B sport started its season, and the Tigers wrestlers did so in emphatic fashion. Holy Family scored one of its largest dual meet victories in nearly a decade with a 66-12 victory over Northridge. The Tigers won seven of the nine matches that were

Winter sports: Season pushed back until at least Feb. 1

The Colorado High School Activities Association announced on Monday the delay of the start of Season B (otherwise known as the winter sports season). Boys and girls basketball, wrestling and swimming at Holy Family were originally set to begin on Jan. 4, 2021, but the rising number of cases of the coronavirus has put put

Wrestling: Branson’s title hopes dashed in the semis

DENVER — This is not how Hunter Branson had it drawn up in the back of his mind. In his one final chance to climb to the top of the podium in his prep career, the Holy Family senior liked his chances when he saw the bracket released and the potential semifinal match with Woodland

State wrestling: Branson moves to the quarters

DENVER — Hunter Branson has been there. Now it is time to do that. The Holy Family 170 pound senior has landed on the podium each of his first three seasons at the Pepsi Center, but never the spot he really wanted. On Thursday afternoon in the first round of the Class 3A tournament, Branson

Wrestling: State brackets have been released

Holy Family qualified two wrestlers, Hunter Branson and Matthew McCarthy for this weeks Class 3A state tournament at the Pepsi Center. First round matches get underway on Thursday at 2 p.m. Branson (26-2) will face Wil Aucoin (26-11), a sophomore from Pagosa Springs. McCarthy (32-14), a sophomore, will face Eaton’s Alex Castaneda (38-6). Complete brackets