Premier Gymnastics of the Rockies in Loveland competed in the 2011 Fall Festival at Gymnastics Unlimited in Northglenn on September 24and 25. The Level 4 team placed first, the Level 5 and Level 6 teams placed second. In the All-Around Competition: Level 4: In the Child Division Mackenzie Nedom placed fourth. In the Junior Division Madison Blair placed first with a 37.6. In the Senior Division Taylor Dower placed first with a 36.275 and Madeline Madere placed fourth. Level 5: In the Child ... Full Story
Lyons took the early lead with 2 runs in the first inning. The Spartans came back to tie the score in the second and held the Lions scorless as the Berthoud 9 add 5 more runs.
Berthoud Football Bests Fort Lupton 27-14 By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer If there exists such a thing as an ugly win in the world of sports, the Berthoud High football team experienced it first-hand on a warm Friday evening at Bob Felps Field in Fort Lupton. Despite topping Fort Lupton by a score of 27-14, the Berthoud team was, to put it mildly, disappointed with a performance in which they were flagged a whopping 15 times. Incessant Spartan penalties kept a clearly-inferior Fort Lupton ... Full Story
Victoria Puchino picks up the win as the Lady Spartans score 7 runs on 8 hits.
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College “Daze” 2011 By Julee Graham Premier Gymnastics on the Rockies hosted and competed in College “Daze” 2011 at Loveland High School on September 10 and 11. The Level 4 team placed fourth, the Level 5 team placed third and the Level 6 team took first place. In the All Around Competition Level 4: In the Junior Division Madison Blair placed 1st and Madeline Madere 4th. In the Senior Division Taylor Dower placed 3rd. Level 5: In the Child Division Emily Trojahn placed 3rd. In ... Full Story
Berthoud Football Defeats Sterling 27-21 In OT By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud High football team was able to overcome a couple of big mistakes and a few unlucky breaks to eke out their second consecutive victory of the 2011 season Friday night at Max Marr Field. It took an overtime period – where Berthoud’s defense shined – to top Sterling 27-21. “When the chips were down, we made some plays. We didn’t play well for about five or six minutes there, again, when we had a ... Full Story
Football Nation Broncos Not Ready For Primetime By Dan Karpiel In what cannot be described as anything other than a sickening display of football, Denver dropped their opening game to Oakland 23-20 (and it was not that close),. READ MORE
Berthoud Tops Greeley Central 47-27 By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud High football team opened the 2011 season in impressive fashion on Friday night with a 47-27 victory over the Greeley Central Wildcats. The Spartans did the vast majority of their damage in the second quarter, scoring 27 points on four consecutive possessions. Thanks to big plays on offense and an opportunistic defense that forced a pair of Wildcat turnovers, Berthoud found the end-zone five times in the first half ... Full Story