Posts Tagged ‘Berthoud High School’
April 12, 1960 – January 8, 2012 Trudi Lynn Hershman, of Berthoud, Colorado, passed away on January 8, 2012, after a courageous battle with cancer. She was born to Sandy and Jess Gingery in Longmont, Colorado, on April 12, 1960. Trudi graduated from Berthoud High School in 1978, and married David Hershman on October 1, 1977. After her children started grade school, Trudi followed her dream of going to college. She earned a degree in accounting and ... Full Story
Berthoud Girls Basketball Falls to Thompson Valley 49-40 By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud High girls basketball team lost in the opening game of the Berthoud Tournament to the Thompson Valley Eagles 49-40 on Wednesday afternoon. The loss drops the Lady Spartans to 2-2 on the young 2011-12 season while the victory improves Thompson Valley to 3-0. Despite out-shooting Thompson Valley 40% (14/35) to 34% (15/44), sloppy play cost the Lady Spartans as Berthoud committed ... Full Story
It is time for the fall musical on the Berthoud High School Stage. This year’s extravaganza is the 1950’s Tony Award winning musical “Guys and Dolls.” Set in lower Manhattan, the story centers on the passions of hard-core gamblers willing to wager on any variety of chance or situations. They are countered by Sergeant Sarah Brown (Maggie Stamets) who heads a local Salvation Army-like organization and her missionaries. Nathan Detroit (Sam Kleber) is the organizer of ... Full Story
Late father continues to inspire CSU kick returner Good follows dad's advice, stays on feet By Nick Frank Athletic Media Relations If you're not on your feet to catch it, it will go right past you. Growing up, that's what Derek Good's dad, Matthew, told him repeatedly. Initially, Derek thought that advice meant that he needed to be on his feet to catch a pass, or else of course, it would go right past him. Like a lot of children that look up to their ... Full Story
Berthoud's Kiah Leonard cool all the way to all-state 3A cross country honors By Kyle Koso Assistant Sports Editor Posted: 10/29/2011 09:03:48 PM MDT AURORA -- Getting comfortable in a pulse-pounding 5-kilometer footrace sounds next to impossible, but sometimes the youngest athletes seem to have the most reasonable plan of attack. Berthoud High School freshman Kiah Leonard knew her generally successful debut as a varsity cross country ... Full Story
ReporterHerald.com Mountain View able to take advantage of Berthoud turnovers in 3A Northern win By Adam Dunivan Sports Writer BERTHOUD -- The ability to capitalize on a turnover kept the Berthoud High School football team in contention for an upset against Mountain View on Friday night at Marr Field. Giving the ball away too many times is what prevented the upheaval to actually occur. Needing a win to keep in the playoff hunt out of the Class 3A Northern Conference, ... Full Story
Times Call Berthoud falls in softball title game By Kyle Koso AURORA -- Expectations are issued along with the uniform tops for the Berthoud High School softball team. Seeing the Spartans do something notable in the postseason is almost standard procedure, although this year's model had plenty of tough moments and erratic progress because of youth and multiple injuries. Yet, there they were Saturday, hungrily eyeballing a chance to beat nemesis Valley for the Class 3A state ... Full Story
A 30++ year old class ring has been found at Berthoud High School. Call 970-613-7701 to identify and claim it.
Berthoud mistakes set up Silver Creek Reporter Herald Facing the fourth-ranked team in Class 3A, Berthoud High School got behind early and never recovered in the Northern Conference opener for both teams, played at Lyons. READ MORE
Twelve hits and six runs were not enough for the Lady Spartans to overcome Strasburg.