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Friday, May 6, 2016

‘Sports’ Archives

Eaton Puts Berthoud in the Red

Eaton Puts Berthoud in the Red

Lady Spartans fall to Eaton in District Semifinals By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer As the wind blew and the snow fell outside of Butler-Hancock Hall on the campus of the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, the Berthoud High girls basketball team was inside battling the number-one seeded Eaton Reds in semifinals of the 3A Patriot League district tournament. The Lady Spartans wound up losing the game by a score of 53-34. With the loss, Berthoud will face off against Valley for third place ... Full Story

Eagles Ruin Rush Streaks, Gain Ground With 6-2 Win

Eagles Ruin Rush Streaks, Gain Ground With 6-2 Win

  LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles overcame an early goal against to stop Rapid City's 13-game win streak and Danny Battochio's personal nine-game win streak with a convincing 6-2 triumph. The win brought Colorado within a point of the Rush for the top spot in the Turner Conference, with the Eagles owning a game in hand. The Eagles nearly doubled up the Rush on shots in the opening period (17:9), and did double them up in goals (2:1). Rapid City wasted no time getting the scoring ... Full Story

Lady Spartans Win Thriller, Advance in Districts

Lady Spartans Win Thriller, Advance in Districts

Berthoud Girls Basketball Tops Brush By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer Thanks to a 13-6 regular season and fourth place finish in the 3A Patriot League, the Berthoud High girls basketball team enjoyed a bye in the opening round of the district tournament. There was no rust for the Lady Spartans however as they topped the Brush Beetdiggers in a thrilling 47-44 victory in the BHS gym on Tuesday evening. With the victory, Berthoud will advance to play one seed Eaton in the championship semifinals ... Full Story

Spartans Basketball Wins First Game of District

Boys Win in Overtime as Girls Enjoy Bye Week By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer After dropping four consecutive games to close out the regular season, the Berthoud High boys basketball team made a trip to Ault on Friday night for an opening round district playoff game against Highland. The Spartans, who had fallen to Highland 59-44 in Ault just one week ago, got their revenge on Friday night with a thrilling 60-57 victory in overtime. The Spartans came out of the gate strong on Friday night, ... Full Story

Eagles Spank Mississippi, 5-1

Eagles Spank Mississippi, 5-1

LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles topped the Mississippi RiverKings 5-1 at the Budweiser Events Center. Andrej Hebar and Riley Nelson each scored a pair of goals in a dominating performance for the Eagles who kept pace with the Rapid City Rush in the battle for first place in the Turner Conference. The Eagles swarmed the RiverKings in the opening period, out-shooting them 15-7 and having several strong scoring chances. With Mississippi committing several turnovers in their own zone, the ... Full Story

Sadlo and Pickert advance to championship round

Sadlo and Pickert advance to championship round

Two Spartan Wrestlers advance to Championship finals Saturday updates 3rd Consolation Round Cooper Wynn: 145 lbs, loss by pin at 3:46 Cory Ellis: 160 lbs, loss 7-5 decision Casey Couch: 189 lbs, win 17-0 technical fall in 3rd period. Saturday's Championship round Alex Sadlo  vs Pabloo Ortiz (Alamosa) JT Pickert  vs Clint Myers (Salida) Team Scores (through 2nd round consolation) — Alamosa 134; Lamar 89; Centauri 861/2; Berthoud 86; Olathe 821/2; Bennett 641/2; Valley 541/2; Buena Vista ... Full Story

Total Team Effort Leads Eagles to OT Win Over Sundogs

Total Team Effort Leads Eagles to OT Win Over Sundogs

LOVELAND, Colo. - The  Colorado Eagles registered a season high 50 shots in their 4-3 overtime win against the Arizona Sundogs, but it was the defensive corps that was the real story for the home team. Forced to play with just five d-men for most of the game (after Joe Grimaldi received a game misconduct penalty in the first period), Colorado's final two scores came off the sticks of defensemen. The Eagles dominated play in the first period, out-shooting Arizona 18-7, but the Sundogs ... Full Story

Red Hot Rush, Battochio Shutout Eagles, 3-0

Rapid City's winning streak at 11, Battochio's at eight RAPID CITY, S.D. - The Rapid City Rush remained in first place atop the Turner Conference with a 3-0 shutout of the Colorado Eagles, who could have leapfrogged the defending champs with a win in regulation. Danny Battochio handed the Eagles their first shutout of the season, stopping 30 shots in all. The last time Colorado was shutout, ironically, was nearly one year ago to the day (Tuesday, Feb. 16, 2010) when Battochio stopped 36 ... Full Story

Bulldogs Bite Spartans Comeback Try

Bulldogs Bite Spartans Comeback Try

Berthoud Boys Basketball Falls to University By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer In their final home game of the 2010/11 regular season, the Berthoud High boys basketball team fell to the University High School Bulldogs 47-44. The loss is the Spartans’ fourth consecutive and drops the team to 6-13 overall and 4-7 in the 3A Patriot League. With the loss, the Spartans finished the regular season in tenth place in the twelve-team league and will take on a yet-to-be-determined opponent on Friday in ... Full Story

Strong Third Period Leads Mavs To Weekend Win

Strong Third Period Leads Mavs To Weekend Win

LOVELAND, Colo. - The Missouri Mavericks scored three goals in the third period to defeat the Colorado Eagles, 7-4, capping off a three-games-in-as-many nights series between the teams that had a fitting playoff feel. After each team had won one of the previous two games in overtime, Simon Watson helped lead the Mavs to the "rubber-match" win with a pair of goals. A back-and-forth first period saw the Mavs start the scoring at 4:33. Mike Wakita took a shot from the top of the right circle ... Full Story

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