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Thursday, August 25, 2016

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Eagles Add Two More Forwards in Ofukany & Huculak

Eagles Add Two More Forwards in Ofukany & Huculak

WINDSOR, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles announced today the signing of two more forwards for their upcoming camp as they head into the 2011-12 hockey season, their first in the ECHL.  Colorado has signed Troy Ofukany (oh-fuke-uh-knee) & Liam Huculak (hooch-uh-lack). Ofukany (6-foot, 195-pounds) will be entering his fourth professional season after four years in the WHL that included a league championship with the Kelowna Rockets in 2004-05.  He registered 149 points (66-83-149) in 265 WHL ... Full Story

Softball: Erie Rolls Past Berthoud

Softball: Erie Rolls Past Berthoud

Daily Camera Softball: Erie Rolls Past Berthoud The Tigers walloped the visiting Berthoud Spartans on Thursday and did so in impressive fashion, 13-2. They collected 13 runs on 12 hits in only four innings at the plate to mercy-rule the Spartans. READ MORE

New-Look Broncos Getting Defensive

New-Look Broncos Getting Defensive

Football Nation New-Look Broncos Getting Defensive By Dan Karpiel With a defensive-minded head coach in John Fox and a highly-regarded young defensive coordinator in Dennis Allen, the Broncos are looking to revive the aura of the Orange Crush. READ MORE

Spartan Football Eager For 2011 Season

Spartan Football Eager For 2011 Season

Berthoud Players and Coaches Optimistic By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer Under the sweltering heat and bright sun typical of an August afternoon in Colorado, the Berthoud High football team has been hard at work on the practice field preparing for the upcoming 2011 season. The team is stacked with players and led by coaches who are eager for the season to begin. “I definitely expect us to over .500 this year and be competing for the playoffs like we know Berthoud football is supposed to be,” ... Full Story

Broncos Rookies Making Mile High Impact

Broncos Rookies Making Mile High Impact

        Football Nation Broncos Rookies Making Mile High Impact By Dan Karpiel If the Denver Broncos are going emerge from the 4-12 sub-basement they found themselves at the conclusion of the 23-month McDistaster era, they will need early, frequent and positive contributions from their crop of rookies. READ MORE

Orton Is Miles Above Tebow On Broncos

Orton Is Miles Above Tebow On Broncos

Football Nation Orton Is Miles Above Tebow On Broncos By Dan Karpiel The Denver Broncos find themselves mired in the always dreaded distraction known as a quarterback controversy. Or do they? READ MORE

EXF Spells Safe And Smart For Broncos

EXF Spells Safe And Smart For Broncos

  Football Nation EXF Spells Safe And Smart For Broncos By Dan Karpiel Lost in the cacophony of the Broncos’ continuing QB controversy is the fact that the organization has smartly made several low-cost and low-risk free agent signings. READ MORE                    

Spartan Softball Drops Season Opener

Spartan Softball Drops Season Opener

Berthoud Falls 11-4 to Loveland By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer   Entering a season with sky-high expectations can be difficult for any team. That is precisely the situation the Berthoud High softball team finds themselves at the opening of the 2011 season. The 2011 team will attempt to replicate the success they enjoyed with a state runner-up finish in 2010. The Spartans dropped their season-opener by an 11-4 score to the Loveland High Indians on Wednesday afternoon in the sweltering ... Full Story

Colorado Eagles denied trophy

Colorado Eagles denied trophy

Mudbugs Win Presidents' Cup With 2-1 Victory in Game 7 LOVELAND, Colo. - The Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs claimed the 2010-11 Central Hockey League championship with a 2-1 win over the Colorado Eagles in Game 7 of the Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Finals. Jeff Kyrzakos -- who would net the game-winner -- was named the Playoff MVP; he ended postseason play tied for first in goals (12) and game-winning goals (3). Continuing a playoff trend, the Eagles got off to a slow start in the game's opening ... Full Story

Eagles Turn Tables, Force Championship-Deciding Game 7

Eagles Turn Tables, Force Championship-Deciding Game 7

Eagles Turn Tables, Force Championship-Deciding Game 7   LOVELAND, Colo. - After losing 7-2 in Game 5 of the Central Hockey League's Presidents' Cup Finals, the Colorado Eagles took Game 6 over the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs, 8-1. Not only did the win force a championship-deciding Game 7, it marked both the most goals ever scored by the Eagles in a playoff game & their largest margin of victory in a playoff game as well. The Mudbugs out-shot the Eagles 10-8 in the first period, but it ... Full Story

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