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Spartans' Thonhoff Shows No. 1 Stuff in First

By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder LOVELAND — Technically speaking, Morgan Thonhoff isn’t Berthoud’s No. 1 pitcher. She’s not even its No. 2. But the freshman right-hander more than proved Saturday afternoon at Barnes Softball Complex that she’s capable of pitching a gem as good as anyone else. Thonhoff held Longmont’s batters in check in a 10-0 victory by allowing just four base runners –– all on singles –– in the five-inning game that was called due to the mercy rule. ... Full Story

BHS Can't Find Rhythm Against Frederick

FREDERICK –– The Berthoud Spartans suffered their first loss of the season against the Frederick Warriors last Thursday, 2-1. And while it may only have been the second game of the season, the boys soccer team the loss seriously. The first half started off slow with a lot of back-and-forth work between the two teams. The Spartans held off Frederick for most of the first half, but with 5 minutes left in the half Frederick broke through Berthoud’s defenders to score the game’s first ... Full Story

View From the Sidelines: CHSAA Faces Tough Shoes to

By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder There’s an old George Jones song where the legendary country music artist asks the simple question of “Who’s going to fill their shoes?” The answer isn’t always an easy one, especially when one talks about Colorado High School Activities Association Commissioner Bill Reader. (more…)

BHS Roundup: Hansen Earns Top Medalist Honors as

Nils Hansen shot a match-best 75 to take top medalist honors and Berthoud finished sixth out of eight Northern Conference schools Tuesday at Boomerang Golf Course in the final tuneup for next week’s 4A Northern Regional tournament at Mariana Butte Golf Course. The Spartans only took four players to Tuesday’s meet due to a flu bug that has left the team, in head coach Mike King’s words, a little ragged. But even so, Hansen shot his best round of the season, and Luke Whitfield and Nick ... Full Story

Sports Briefs: Landeros Makes Team USA Debut in Series

TORONTO, Ontario –– Forward Nikko Landeros, a 20-year-old Berthoud High graduate, made his Team USA debut last weekend as the squad split a two-game sled hockey exhibition series with Canada, winning Saturday night 2-1 at Lakeshore Lions Arena. Landeros is the only member of the team to have never played for the U.S. National Sled Hockey team prior to the series. Goaltender Steve Cash stopped two of three shootout attempts and 13 of 14 shots overall in the victory. (more…)

Sports Schedule: Sept. 17-23

THURSDAY, SEPT. 17 Boys soccer; Sterling @ Berthoud. JV, 5 p.m.; Varsity, 7 p.m.                Softball: Berthoud @ Frederick. JV, 4 p.m.; Varsity, 4 p.m.                Volleyball: Berthoud @ Northridge. C-Team, 4:30 p.m.; JV, 5:30 p.m.; Varsity, 7 p.m.    C-Football: Berthoud @ Windsor, 4:30 p.m. FRIDAY, SEPT. 18 Varsity football: Berthoud @ Windsor, 7 ... Full Story

Scoreboard: Sept. 17, 2009

FOOTBALL Berthoud 54, Fort Lupton 0 Fort Lupton    0    0    0    0 — 0 Berthoud    14    19    14    7 — 54 Scoring summary B — Kent Flynn 14 run (Colton Moore kick) B — Greg Glasser 17 run (Moore kick) B — Glasser 9 run (kick failed) B — Flynn 29 run (Moore kick) B — Zach Ruebesam 4 run (kick failed) B — Glasser 27 run (Moore kick) B — Marcus Mathiesen ... Full Story

BERT Chair Steps Down

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder Perhaps the most salient announcement at the Tuesday, Sept. 14 Berthoud Economic Resource Team meeting came not at the beginning meeting but at the end. That announcement — Becky Justice Hemmann, who has served as the group’s chair since its formation in July 2008, was stepping down from the role. Although Hemmann resigned, she will continue to serve as a regular BERT member until the end of her term Aug. 31, 2010. “The Town of Berthoud means a lot to ... Full Story

'Incorruptible' a Comedy of Vice

By Dani White  Berthoud Recorder “Incorruptible: A Dark Comedy About The Dark Ages,” is a lively and humorous parody, lampooning the overly corrupt dealings of a French monastery in the vice-ridden hey-day of the Middle Ages. This farcical comedy pokes fun at the ridiculous lengths that even the holiest clergymen go to order to survive and profit in those bleakly insolvent times.  (more…)

State News: Cell Phone Health Risks Debated in D.C.

Pennsylvania senator and brain cancer survivor Arlen Specter holds a U.S. Senate committee hearing Monday on the possible health risks of cellular phone use. At the same time, an international conference also being held in the nation's capital examines the scientific research on cancer risks linked to cell phone radiation exposure. (more…)

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