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Archive for February, 2012

Busy week for Premier Gymnastics

The competitors from Premier Gymnastics of Loveland have had a very busy week, one filled with travel. The last Friday of January found the group in San Antonio, Texas for the Alamo Classic. Last Friday, Saturday and Sunday, they were in Colorado Springs for the Pikes Peak Cup. Here are the results of those competitions as submitted by Julee Graham.   Alamo Classic San Antonio, Texas Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies in Loveland had their second Optional Team meet of the ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire calls for January 2012

Berthoud Fire calls for January 2012

Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident activity for January/February 2012 Sunday, January 1 BFPD responded to a medical call on East County Road 6C. The patient was transported. BFPD responded to a reported vehicle fire on Lake Ave near a structure. The motor compartment was overheated and the fire was extinguished. BFPD responded to a mutual aide structure fire with Loveland Fire. The fire crew was staged and within a few minutes was cleared by Loveland command. BFPD responded to a ... Full Story

Eagles Get Back on Track with 6-3 Win in Bakersfield

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The Colorado Eagles snapped a franchise long-tying four game winless streak with a 6-3 victory over the Bakersfield Condors in the first of back-to-back meetings between the teams this weekend.  Aaron Schneekloth scored twice for Colorado, including the game-winner, re-claiming his position as the ECHL's leading scorer among defensemen. The Eagles out-shot the Condors, 17-5, and out-scored them, 3-0, in the first period of play.  Joey Sides, playing in his first game ... Full Story

Berthoud Boys Basketball Team Routs Highland

Berthoud Boys Basketball Team Routs Highland

Spartans Top Huskies 67-45 By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer   Even in the world of sports, bigger does not always mean better. The Berthoud and Highland boys high school basketball teams learned that fact on Tuesday evening as the Spartans routed the Huskies 67-45. Even before the opening tipoff, Highland appeared to have a significant advantage in the game thanks to having trio of players who measure in at 6’4” or taller, including 6’7” senior Kyle Stuehm. In contrast, ... Full Story

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