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Friday, July 11, 2014

‘Sports’ Archives

It is a Northern Conference Championship Game for

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.

Update on State High School Basketball Tournament

Girls Basketball The Northern Conference is well represented with Half the teams in the Final 4 of the girls basketball. The Broomfield five elimainated Pueblo East 57-41 while Conifer ended Pueblo South's bid 59-46. in the other bracket, Longmont, starting as the 4th seed, bested Cheyenne Mountain 64-54 while Mullen won 64-55 over Mesa Ridge. The Final 4 game at the CU events center on Wednesday will be Broomfield vs Connifer and Longmont vs Mullen. Of those in the final 4, only ... Full Story

PrepColorado interview with Joel Maly

Berthoud High School Senior Joel Maly has distinguished himself in several sports. Most recently, his accomplishments in the just completed basketball season show he is one of the top players in the league. He was third in total points scored, fourth in points per game and #1 in 2-point field goals. Additionally, his 64% shooting average was tops among the top twenty scorers in the league. He was number six at free throws and on defense he was second in the league in rebounds and twelfth in ... Full Story

Spartan Wrestling Awards Banquet

Spartan Wrestling Awards Banquet

Six Berthoud wrestlers were recognized at the 2010 award banquet concluding this year's Spartan Wrestling season. Robby Workman, Alex Sadlo, Casey Couch, J.T. Pickert and Billy Schump were given all conference top honors and Marcus Lucerco was awarded honorable mention. Scott Pickert, head coach for the Spartan team, presented the awards and gave credit for all the wrestlers who participated in this year’s successful season. Pickert recognized the team managers: Lindsey Ludwig ... Full Story

Colorado Eagles Week In Review

Colorado Eagles Week In Review

Wednesday, February 24; Short-Benched Eagles Shutout Gorillas LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles -- playing with just 12 skaters -- defeated the Amarillo Gorillas, 3-0. Andrew Penner stopped 23 shots to earn the 29th regular season shutout in team history (moving him into fourth place on the team's career shutout list), and the Colorado penalty kill was a perfect 7-for-7 on the night. The Eagles and Gorillas played a scoreless first period that was fairly close-to-the-vest for both ... Full Story

Vancouver Vantage Point—Final

America’s Olympians– The Tapestry of Our Nation February 28, 2010 #17 By Mike Moran This exhilarating U. S. Olympic Team, 216 men and women from 36 states---cities, towns and hamlets, from every imaginable background, has made much of a nation terribly proud…………winning more medals than any nation in Olympic Winter Games history and captivating more than 200 million Americans on the NBC family of networks every evening with their stories, triumphs, disappointments, ... Full Story

Vancouver Vantage Point —1994 Lillehamer

1994 Lillehamer "Skategate" Set Olympic Viewing Records By: Mike Moran “The Tabloid-Fueled Lillehammer Games” is a line included in an e-mail blast each day from NBC Sports that details the superb TV audience viewing numbers being racked up across the land by these compelling Games in Vancouver and the stunning performance of America’s athletes…………the reference is used regarding the viewership tally during the splendid 1994 Games in Norway marred forever by the malignant ... Full Story

Saturday at the CHSAA State Basketball Tournament

Boys Basketball While Berthoud may be out of the action, the Northern Conference is well represented with three teams in the Great 8. In the Bill Weimer Region, #1 Sierra defeated #4 Northridge 88-63 while #3 Thomas Jefferson won in a mild upset over #2 Glenwood Springs. Sterling, the #1 seed, advanced as expected in the Jim Baggot Region, but it was not easy. The game went to two overtime periods before the Tigers managed a 65-61 victory over #4 Centaurus. Meanwhile, #2 Lewis-Palmer ... Full Story

State Basketball Tournament continues without Berthoud

Girls Basketball The basketball season is over for Berthoud. We can certainly be proud of the teams. They played hard and provided exciting entertainment for the fans and both ranked high enough to be in the CHSAA State Tournament. There have been few surprises in the results. The Lady Spartans played a powerful Pueblo East team last night. Pueblo East was seeded number 3 and showed why they earned that ranking by defeating Berthoud 50-37. There were, however, two upsets in the Tanya ... Full Story

Vancouver Vantage Point — No American Athlete Left

Vancouver Vantage Point February 27, 2010 #16 No American Athlete Left Behind     By Mike Moran   A critical column this week in one of our leading sports magazines praised American athletes for their astonishing performance in Vancouver, despite being “deserted” by the United States Olympic Committee for the last two years………. the theory is that the turmoil at the USOC at the top, its ouster of popular Olympian Jim Scheer as CEO last year, and continued ... Full Story

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