The Berthoud High School Spartans hosted an eleven team meet on Saturday, April 17. The Spartans garnered 196 team points to take second place to Holy Family who finished the meet with a score of 234.83. Complete results are available at VarVee Sports.
BOSSIER CITY, La. - The Colorado Eagles fell, 4-2, in Game 4 of the Northern Conference Semifinals to the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs, losing the series four-games-to-none. It marked just the second time in their seven playoff seasons that Colorado had been swept in a playoff series. Ironically, the Eagles swept the Mudbugs last season in the same round. The Mudbugs out-shot (17-12) and out-scored (3-0) the Eagles in the first period. Bossier-Shreveport capitalized on both of its power play ... Full Story
BOSSIER CITY, La. - The Colorado Eagles fell into a 3-0 series hole in the Northern Conference Semifinals as the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs took Game 3 with a 3-1 win. Ken Carroll stopped every Eagles shot until the final minute on the way to a 24-of-25 save performance. The Mudbugs scored three goals on just 20 shots as they were out-shot for the second game in a row. The two teams played an even opening period, with Bossier-Shreveport netting a late power-play goal to take a 1-0 lead into ... Full Story
By Mike Moran The release this week of the USOC‘s Independent Advisory Committee on Governance (The Tagliabue Commission), delivered a cogent moment for me and others long connected to the Olympic movement, and a familiar refrain at the same time……….how striking it is that it would be two notable professional sports figures who would, almost two decades apart, craft a report that would alter the direction and mission of the organization…………..first, George Steinbrenner in 1989 ... Full Story
LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles fell again to the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs, by an identical 4-3 score, in Game 2 of the Northern Conference Semifinals. The two teams continued to prove that they're evenly matched as it was the fifth time in the past six playoff games between the two teams with that exact final score, and the 10th of 11 all-time decided by just one goal. Opposite of Friday night, the Eagles dominated the first period shot total, out-shooting the Mudbugs 21-9. Unlike ... Full Story
LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles lost, 4-3, in overtime, to the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs in Game 1 of the Northern Conference Semifinals. It marked not only the ninth playoff game out of 10 all-time between the two clubs to be decided by a single goal, but it was the fourth in the past five to end with a 4-3 score. It was also the third playoff game in a row between the two teams that went past regulation time. The Mudbugs held a strong edge in shots in the opening frame (14-6), but ... Full Story
There are scents discovered in six decades of life so deeply absorbed into my consciousness that they can be coaxed back to reality in a blink……………the memory from high school dances and proms of the esoteric White Shoulders perfume worn by Bobby Soxed girls, or the heady aroma of the Omaha Stockyards (the nation’s biggest!) borne on the gentle winds of spring to our front porch, or the enduring aura of printer’s ink at my father’s modest plant near downtown, now a clothing drop ... Full Story
By Denise Schump The Berthoud High school track team competed in the City to City Meet at Northridge High school in Greeley on Saturday. Several area schools came out for the meet including Loveland, Thompson Valley, Mountain View, Northridge, University and Greeley Central. The Spartan girls took fourth in the meet with the help of Courtney Mills who took first in the triple jump (35-2) and second in the long jump. Cheyenne Hall, fellow Spartan, followed one place behind Courtney in both ... Full Story
It would have bee interesting to see both Longmont teams in the finals, but it was not to be as Pueblo East defeated the Trojans 59-52. Pueblo will face Sierra in Saturday's quest for the state championship. —
Broomfield and Longmont both won their brackets on Wednesday evening. Broomfield had an easy time with Conifer, winning 59-32. Meanwhile, in a low scoring game, the Longmont girls defeated Cheyenne Mountain by 9 points, 49-40. They will play the finals on Friday. With Longmont still in the final four for tonight's boys semifinals, Longmont could have two champion basketball teams.