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Archive for January 8, 2011

Berthoud Girls Basketball Rolls Over Mead

Berthoud Girls Basketball Rolls Over Mead

Lady Spartans win third straight game By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer A three-week layoff did not affect the Berthoud High girls basketball team on Friday night as they topped Mead 50-34 in the Berthoud High School gym. The victory was the Spartans third consecutive and improves the team’s season record to 6-2. Mead was the first 3A Patriot League opponent Berthoud has faced this season. “We did a lot of things very well tonight, we didn’t hurt ourselves with a lot of ... Full Story

Berthoud Boys drop game to Mead

Zack Ruebesam scored 16 points in Berthoud's 47-55 loss to the Mead  Mavericks. The Spartans  are now 2-6 overall and 0-1 in league play. The Next game is a January 14 home game against the high scoring Lyon Lions. The Lyons team has a 3-3 record and is ranked ahead of the Spartans. Team Stats from Mead game

Eagles fall 6-3 to Allen Americans

Eagles fall 6-3 to Allen Americans

LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles fell 6-3 to the CHL's top team, the Allen Americans. Despite a solid effort all-around for the home team, the Americans scored on 25 percent of their shots to claim an opportunistic victory in a hard-fought contest. The game was a stark contrast to the teams' record-tying 11-6 wide open affair last Saturday night. Colorado out-shot Allen 10-7 in an intense first period, but Adrien LeMay made several solid stops and the Americans were ... Full Story

Sky Tonight— January 8, Elusive Mercury farthest

Sky Tonight— January 8, Elusive Mercury farthest from sun before dawn on January 9

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org Bright star on January 2011 evenings? It’s the planet Jupiter Tomorrow – on Sunday, January 9, 2011 – the planet Mercury swings to its greatest distance west of the sun as seen in Earth’s sky. That means people around the world with a level horizon and a clear sky can view Mercury climbing over the eastern horizon just as darkness gives way to dawn. If you don’t see Mercury right away, wait for ... Full Story

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