Posts Tagged ‘Berthoud High School’
In the age of abbreviated Twitter messages writing may become a lost art, but some of Berthoud’s youth can still put a sentence together . The Berthoud Schools Fund (BSF) challenged Berthoud students to write about how the technology provided by the money raised at the last two Berthoud Bashes has influenced their education. While some of you may not know a Promethean Board from a document camera, these kids do. The BSF recieved 39 entries covering the suggested genre of essay, play, ... Full Story
Berthoud High School and Turner Middle School Combined Choir concert - This will be a combined choral concert on Tues. March 1 at 7:00 pm in the Berthoud High School auditorium. This is a free concert featuring all the BHS choirs joined by the TMS 7th and 8th grade choir members. The public is invited to attend a wonderful evening of Choral music.
Berthoud plays solidly but falls to Valley in districts By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer It took less than two minutes for the Valley Vikings girls basketball team to make it appear as if they had handily beaten the Berthoud Spartans. The final score in the 3A Patriot League district tournament third place game was 42-35 in favor of third seeded Valley but the seven-point differential does not do justice to how well the Lady Spartans played. With 1:36 seconds remaining in the game ... Full Story
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 ... Full Story
Marie Elise Andrade Allison was selected as Berthoud High School’s recipient of Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizen Award for 2011. The Namaqua Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) presented awards to several area students at its February 9 Student Recognition Tea. The winners, one from each area high school were the winners in the DAR Good Citizen Program and Scholarship Contest. The annual event is intended to ... Full Story
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; ... Full Story
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 ... Full Story
Despite 16 points by Zach Ruebesam and 13 by Greg Hutchins, the Spartans fell to the Huskies 59-44. The Spartans played well the second half, staying with in one point in the scoring. Unfortunately, a disastrous first half had the Berthoud High team down by 14 points a the half. The Spartans were unable to make up the deficit. Box score and stats below
Berthoud Girls Basketball Falls to Valley By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud High girls basketball team lost 53-35 to the Valley Vikings in a rare Thursday evening game in the BHS gym. The loss drops the Berthoud to 12-6 overall and 7-3 in the 3A Patriot League. Thursday evening’s game was the final regular season contest at home of the 2010/11 season for the Lady Spartans. Valley out-scored Berthoud in three of the game’s four periods, including a 15-0 ... Full Story
Zach Ruebesam led the scoring with 14 points, but with the team only managing 19 percent on their 2-point shots and 24 percent outside the 3-point line it just wasn't enough.