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Thursday, September 18, 2014

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Eagles score four unanswered goals

Eagles Score Four Unanswered in Come-From-Behind Win; Lead Presidents' Cup Finals 2-1 Ulanski Scores Game-Tying & -Winning Goals BOSSIER CITY, La. - The  Colorado Eagles showed tremendous resolve in Game 3 of the Presidents' Cup Finals, scoring four unanswered goals in the third period for a 4-2 win against the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs. The win gives Colorado a 2-1 series lead in the best-of-seven championship bout, and represents the Eagles' first regulation win in Bossier City in ... Full Story

Lady Spartans Dominate Patriot League Track

Lady Spartans Dominate Patriot League Track Championships

Boys team Finishes in Sixth Place By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud girls track and field team continued their outstanding 2011 season at the Patriot League Championships hosted at Platte Valley High School on Friday afternoon. The Lady Spartans took first place in team competition with 152.50 points, winning six separate events. The boys team finished in the middle of the pack in sixth place after tallying 60.50 points. As a team, Berthoud finished behind Lyons and Eaton for ... Full Story

Opportunistic Mudbugs Even Series With 5-3 Win in Game

Opportunistic Mudbugs Even Series With 5-3 Win in Game 2

LOVELAND, Colo. - The Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs evened the Central Hockey League's Presidents' Cup Finals series with a 5-3 win over the Colorado Eagles in Game 2 of the best-of-seven set. The 'Bugs got their five goals from five different players on just 19 shots in the contest. For the Eagles, Riley Nelson continued his strong play, playing a part in all three of his team's scores. The Mudbugs struck just 30 seconds into the contest -- the fastest goal allowed in a playoff game in ... Full Story

Eagles Clinch First Game in Quest for

Eagles Clinch First Game in Quest for Presidents’ Cup

LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles took Game 1 of the Central Hockey League's Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Finals with a 3-2 overtime win against the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs. It was another tight playoff game between the two teams, marking the fifth of fourteen all-time meetings to go into overtime (35.7%) and the 11th of those contests decided by just a single goal (78.6%). Although the Eagles held the edge in possession time during the first period, they trailed the Mudbugs in shots ... Full Story

Spartan Girls win Patriot League track championship

Loveland Reporter Herald BHS girls win league championship By Brian Howell | KERSEY — Berthoud High School track and field coach Colby Schultz didn’t know the last time the Spartans won a league title. ... Read More

Berthoud Girls knocked out in first round

The Berthoud Girls Soccer team was eliminated from the playoffs by Alexander Dawson. The Mustangs were  seeded #14 and defeated the #19 Spartans by a score of 7 -0. Dawson scored 4 goals in the first half and added 3 more in the second period while holding Berthoud scoreless. Loveland Reporter-Herald BHS soccer team falls in first round In Alexander Dawson High School, Berthoud ran into something they haven’t seen on the soccer pitch this year. ... Read More

Eagles Advance to Presidents’ Cup Finals in

Colorado to Face Bossier-Shreveport Starting Friday at BEC   RAPID CITY, S.D. - The Colorado Eagles defeated the defending CHL champion Rapid City Rush in the deciding Game 7 of the Turner Conference Finals, earning the Turner Conference championship and the right to face the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs in the Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Finals. In a game that featured two extremely evenly-matched rivals -- Colorado and Rapid City ended the regular season with identical records -- ... Full Story

Berthoud Golf Team Fails to Qualify for State

Berthoud Golf Team Fails to Qualify for State

Promising season ends on a disappointing note By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer In the world of sports, the difference between winning and losing can often be measured in inches. This is especially true in the game of golf. For Berthoud High junior golfer Brandi Peter, a putt on a sudden-death playoff hole missed the cup by a few inches and cost Peter her third trip to the state tournament. After posting a score of 95, Peter found herself tied with Thompson Valley’s Regan Musilek and Haley ... Full Story

Rush Force Deciding Game 7 in Rapid City

Rush Force Deciding Game 7 in Rapid City

Eagles Sabotaged by Power Play LOVELAND, Colo. - The Rapid City Rush forced a deciding Game 7 in the Turner Conference Finals with a 3-2 win over the Colorado Eagles. Colorado built a 2-0 lead on goals from Scott May before the defending league champs scored three unanswered goals. Each team tallied a shorthanded goal, but it was Colorado's 0-for-9 power play that had the biggest impact on the game's outcome. The Eagles got the only goal of the first period 6:09 in. May had been ... Full Story

Controversial Non-Goal Helps Rush Force Game 6

  RAPID CITY, S.D. - The Rapid City Rush defeated the Colorado Eagles, 3-2, in Game 5 of the Turner Conference Finals with the possible assistance of a controversial non-goal call. The win kept the defending CHL champs' season alive, forcing a Game 6 back in Colorado on Monday night. The Eagles lead the best-of-seven series three-games-to-two. Scott Wray picked up the only goal of the first period at 17:47. On the play, Wray sent the puck from behind the net to Josh Beaulieu in the ... Full Story

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