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Lyons took the early lead with 2 runs in the first inning. The Spartans came back to tie the score in the second and held the Lions scorless as the Berthoud 9 add 5 more runs.
Berthoud Football Bests Fort Lupton 27-14 By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer If there exists such a thing as an ugly win in the world of sports, the Berthoud High football team experienced it first-hand on a warm Friday evening at Bob Felps Field in Fort Lupton. Despite topping Fort Lupton by a score of 27-14, the Berthoud team was, to put it mildly, disappointed with a performance in which they were flagged a whopping 15 times. Incessant Spartan penalties kept a clearly-inferior Fort Lupton ... Full Story
Victoria Puchino picks up the win as the Lady Spartans score 7 runs on 8 hits.
Johnny Kosta was born November 6, 1943 and died of cancer on September 14, 2011. His wife, Mary Jo Kosta, son Kevin Kostka and daughter Kerri, will be celebrating his life on Sunday, September 25 at 4:30 p.m. at Grace Place, 250 Mountain Avenue, Berthoud.
College “Daze” 2011 By Julee Graham Premier Gymnastics on the Rockies hosted and competed in College “Daze” 2011 at Loveland High School on September 10 and 11. The Level 4 team placed fourth, the Level 5 team placed third and the Level 6 team took first place. In the All Around Competition Level 4: In the Junior Division Madison Blair placed 1st and Madeline Madere 4th. In the Senior Division Taylor Dower placed 3rd. Level 5: In the Child Division Emily Trojahn placed 3rd. In ... Full Story
The Foothills Audubon Club will be having their program on Monday, October 3 at 7 p.m. at the Berthoud Area Community Center, 248 Welch Avenue, Berthoud, Colorado. Please join in for the October program, “Wild Birding Colorado.” Cole Wild is the speaker for the October program and will review his successful 2010 quest to set a record for the most bird species seen in Colorado in one year. Cole tallied an amazing 412 species last year and his presentation will illustrate, ... Full Story
Denver Alicia Lentz, a 2009 graduate of Berthoud High School and a student at the University of Northern Colorado, died Wednesday at the Swedish Medical Center in Denver, a hospital spokeswoman said Friday. Lentz was a junior studying ecology and evolutionary biology. The UNC Mirror reported that Lentz died of a brain aneurysm. She played mellophone in the Pride of the Rockies marching band. The band is tentatively planning to wear red carnations and play “Amazing Grace” during the ... Full Story
Berthoud Football Defeats Sterling 27-21 In OT By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud High football team was able to overcome a couple of big mistakes and a few unlucky breaks to eke out their second consecutive victory of the 2011 season Friday night at Max Marr Field. It took an overtime period – where Berthoud’s defense shined – to top Sterling 27-21. “When the chips were down, we made some plays. We didn’t play well for about five or six minutes there, again, when we had a ... Full Story
Calling all Kids. It is time again for the Berthoud Main Street’s annual Scarecrow Contest. The judging will be held on Saturday, October 1 at 4 pm at the Berthoud Oktoberfest. After the judging, all the scarecrows will be displayed on Mountain Avenue during the month of October. Go to www.BerthoudOktoberfest.com for more information. Building a scarecrow is easy and fun. Main Street provides the frames and head, and you supply the creativity and clothes. You can pick up materials and ... Full Story
Wilbur “Wil” Austin Heiser, 79, of Loveland died September 13, 2011 at his home. He was born January 15, 1932 near Charleston, Iowa to Andrew and Irma (Burghoffer) Heiser. Wil lived in Longmont from 1966 to 1984, he then moved to Loveland. On January 2, 1999 he married Treva Edwards. He worked as an air-traffic controller at the Longmont FAA Center for 30 years. Wil was an active member at King of Glory Lutheran Church, serving as usher and a member of the Building Committee. He ... Full Story