Holy Family Girls Varsity Swimming

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Girls swimming and diving: Tigers rally for fourth place finish

THORNTON — It is easy to forget sometimes that the Holy Family girls swimming and diving program is just two years old. One year after making their splash on the Class 3A scene with a 14th place finish, the Tigers took a major step forward this season into fourth overall, scoring 219.5 points. For comparison,

Girls swimming and diving: Tigers finish fourth at NCAC league meet

GREELEY — It’s important for Holy Family head coach Mary Whitney and her girls to keep things in perspective over the final week of the season. This is still a second year program that spent all of its season competing against Class 4A schools within the Northern Colorado Athletic Conference and Saturday’s league championship was

Girls swimming: Times continue to drop as state approaches

THORNTON — Tuesday afternoon against Windsor at the VMAC wasn’t so much about winning and losing as it was about dropping times. Mission accomplished. On senior night for the nine Holy Family seniors, the Tigers put themselves in prime position to be a factor at the Class 3A state meet in two weeks back at

Swimming and diving: Tigers make big stride in second to last dual

FREDERICK — Mary Kate Cavanaugh is giving up low scoring dives for lent. The freshman standout brought her best on Wednesday afternoon at the Carbon Valley Rec Center. And even though her winning score of 474.75 points wasn’t her best of the season — she went 477.60 in the first meet of the year —

Girls swimming: Tigers depth earns them a tie with talented Longmont

THORNTON — How many times do you hear it from coaches at all levels in sports: “It’s the little things that matter the most.” In swimming, that is preparation, starts, turns and touches all being flawless from start to finish. Any little misstep could be costly. And on Tuesday afternoon, Holy Family knew it was

Girls swimming: Records fall in Tigers opening meet of the season

THORNTON — After all the waiting, the protocols and the questions as to how everything was going to work this season, it was all washed away once they got in the water and were able to compete. Holy Family hosted its first dual of the season on Tuesday afternoon at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center

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

Girls swimming: Holy Family finishes 14th in state debut

THORNTON — We are officially on the map. In its first year as a swim program, Holy Family made it known to the rest of the state that they are going to be a force to be reckoned with in years to come. The Tigers, coming off their victory last week at the Tri-Valley League

Girls swimming: Tigers win Tri-Valley League title

LOVELAND — For the past two nights, Holy Family swim coach Mary Whitney was up at 2 a.m. in the morning playing all sorts of scenarios in her head for Friday and Saturday’s Tri-Valley League swim championships at Thompson Valley High School. When it was reduced to a one day event after the snow storm

Girls swimming: Tigers finish runners-up at TVL Relays

EATON — If you want to understand the true depth of your swim team, a relay meet is the place to do it. You have the numbers, you are going to score well … and ultimately make big waves at the state tournament. The 200-yard medley, 200 freestyle and 400 freestyle relays are all huge