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Archive for May 14, 2009

Powder Puff: Leatherheads and Lipstick

By Taylor Lee Berthoud Recorder Once again, the seniors prevailed over the juniors, 12-6, in the class of 2009 vs. 2010 powder puff battle. For those who don’t know what powder puff is, it is a chance for the junior and senior girls to compete in a football game against each other. Since girls’ football is not offered at Berthoud High, this gives them a chance to see what it is like to play the game, just as the junior and senior boys are given a chance to play volleyball against each ... Full Story

Ice Offense Still Frozen in Loss to Fairbanks

By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder LOVELAND — With half of the season remaining, looking ahead to the playoffs might be foolish. But considering that the Colorado Ice and Fairbanks Grizzlies sit in the middle of the pack in the Intense Conference’s Pacific Division there’s a realistic possibility that these two teams might see each other in the first round of the postseason. That possibility is made more realistic considering division foes Billings sits comfortably in first place by ... Full Story

Nothing Special About Way Eagles Season Ended

By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder This season had the makings of being very special for the Colorado Eagles. Head coach Kevin McClelland’s squad won a league-high 45 games and scored 98 points during the regular season to earn the Governor’s Cup as the best team in the Central Hockey League through 64 games. But over the course of five games, the Eagles’ specialty — the power play — wasn’t so special and the one cup that really matters, the league championship Ray Miron ... Full Story

Sports Briefs: Head, Assistant Volleyball Coaches

Gold Crown volleyball head and assistant coaches are needed for the fall season. Interested parties should fill out a coach’s application form at  and mail it to BYAA, Attn. Volleyball Director, P.O. Box 554, Berthoud, CO 80513. For more information, call Joan Nienaber at (970) 593-8769. Fourth-grade Football Coaches Needed The Berthoud Youth Athletic Association is in need of a head coach and assistant coaches for the 2009 fourth-grade football team. Coaching commitment includes ... Full Story

Youth Roundup: U-14 Softball Wins Loveland Tourney

Berthoud Recorder The Berthoud U-14 girls softball team won the 14B Flowers for Mother’s Day tournament in Loveland last weekend. Berthoud went 6-1 in the tournament, capping off the weekend with a 10-7 victory over the Cheyenne Extreme in the championship game. BASEBALL Berthoud 14AA 10, Berthoud 13AA 6 Berthoud 14AA broke open a close game with a six-run fourth inning. The 13AA squad mounted a comeback one inning later, but relief pitcher Erik Maas halted the rally by striking out the ... Full Story

Sports Schedule, May 14-20

THURSDAY-SATURDAY, MAY 14-16 Track & Field: State championship, Jefferson County Stadium, 9 a.m. daily THURSDAY, MAY 14 BYAA baseball, 10 and under: Berthoud @ Team Roughriders, Nelson Field #3, Johnstown, 5:30 p.m. BYAA baseball, 14 and under: Berthoud @ Niwot, Sandstone #1, Longmont, 5:45 p.m. FRIDAY, MAY 15 Berthoud Parks & Rec, K2 Soccer, Bein Park: Berthoud Rec #3 vs. Main St. Car Care, 4 p.m.;  Diamond Fencing vs. Ace Hardware, 4 p.m.; Cottage Reality vs. Berthoud ... Full Story

Looking Up: Economy in Berthoud Rebounding

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder The Berthoud Economic Resource Team continues to add new members and attract residents from the area. At the Monday, April 11 meeting held at Town Hall, Jan Dowker, a 21-year veteran of politics, was added to the group. Dowker brings several years of experience working with economic policy at the government level. (more…)

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