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Thursday, October 23, 2014

‘Sports’ Archives

McGinn Solid, but Softball Falls at Windsor

By Katie Essig Berthoud Recorder WINDSOR –– Berthoud High School’s girls softball team didn’t seem able to quite find its rhythm against Windsor. The Spartans started off a little slow in Thursday’s 4A Northern Conference showdown and by the end of the second inning found them trailing by seven runs en route to a 9-4 loss. (more…)

BHS Roundup: Otto, BHS Girls Finish Top 10 at Runners

Berthoud Recorder LOVELAND — Emma Otto finished eighth and Berthoud’s girls took sixth at the Horizon-Prairie View Runners Roost Invitational on Tuesday at Addenbrooke Park. The Spartan sophomore ran the 3.1-mile course in 21 minutes, 45 seconds — less than a minute behind Evergreen’s Sam Skold, who ran a race-winning time of 20:55. Berthoud finished with four runners in the top 50 and a fifth — Dillon Fagler — who took 52nd out of a field of 423. Hannah Kirk finished 26th in ... Full Story

Sports Briefs: Citizens, Alumni Encouraged to Run at

Berthoud High School will host the David Karspeck Spartan Invitational cross country meet Wednesday, Oct.7. (more…)

Defense Makes a Stand as Spartans Get Back in Win

Berthoud 28, Northridge 20 By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder A week earlier, Berthoud’s defense was exploited for 412 yards — 306 on the ground — in a loss at Windsor. On Friday night, when Kent Flynn muffed the opening kickoff of the second half and Northridge’s Jeremy English recovered at the Berthoud 23-yard line, the Spartans defense was challenged again. (more…)

Berthoud High Buzzing with Homecoming Spirit

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder It’s homecoming week and Spartan pride is in the air at Berthoud High School. Every day is filled with activities geared to rouse Spartan energy, leading up to Friday night’s big game against the Northridge Grizzlies. Monday was college gear day — students sported their favorite school color and logos; Tuesday was preppie day and some of the students looked straight out of the 70’s, with polo shirts, sweater vests, argyle socks and plaid skirts; ... Full Story

Hansen Misses State Golf Cut in Playoff

By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder LOVELAND — All Nils Hansen needed to advance to next month’s 4A state golf championship was for his birdie attempt to fall. It didn’t. Then all he needed was his follow-up par putt to fall to stay alive. That didn’t happen, either. In a matter of seconds Tuesday the German exchange student went from being the first Berthoud High boys golfer to qualify for state to wondering what could’ve been at the Northern Regional tournament at Mariana Butte ... Full Story

NORCO Volleyball Facility Attracts Teams, Players

By Katie Essig Berthoud Recorder WINDSOR –– The oldest volleyball club in the state has just completed its move into a new facility. In this new facility, the Northern Colorado Volleyball Club will be starting its 25th season. The club was established as a non-profit organization in 1985 with the mission to offer student-athletes a nationally recognized volleyball club. NORCO gives students ages 10 to 18 the opportunity to compete at a national level. These athletes play in the ... Full Story

BHS Roundup: Spartans Top Sterling in Boys Soccer

Berthoud Recorder Axel Ayala scored twice, one off an assist from Michael Berra and the other from Luis Tavison, in a 2-0 Berthoud boys soccer victory over Sterling on Thursday in the 3A Region 6 conference opener. There was a lot of back-and-forth work between the teams in the first half before Berthoud responded with two goals in the second half. “We worked hard and it paid off,” Berthoud head coach John Barron said. “The boys started to trust each other. We just need to continue ... Full Story

Wizards Repel Berthoud for 1st Time Since 2002

Windsor 35, Berthoud 13 By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder WINDSOR — Berthoud head football coach Dan McGinn didn’t have much to say in the aftermath of Friday’s Tri-Valley Conference game at Windsor’s H.J. Dudley Field. Whether it was his disappointment in the outcome or disgust in how the game turned out doesn’t really matter. The scoreboard said all he needed to know: Windsor 35, Berthoud 13. (more…)

1642: What’s Next? Back to School, Already?

By Ralph Trenary Berthoud Recorder The reaction of some of my friends and neighbors to the start of the new school year has been surprising. Then, I have to remember that my own high school experience was more than a little out-of-the-ordinary. When I started junior high in the fall of 1974, my high school area was bursting at the seams, with near-certainty of continued increases in the number of students, and dismal prospects to get school bonds passed for expansion or construction. ... Full Story

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