Basketball season ends without champions

There will be no 2020 Colorado state basketball champions. After the girls semifinal games in the 3A, 4A and 5A classifications were played on March 12, the Colorado High School Activities …
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Spring high school sports, activities suspended through April 6 in Colorado

The impact of COVID-19 on the sports world has extended to the Colorado high school level. The Colorado High School Activities Association has suspended all spring sports and activities through April …
Against Resurrection Christian March 6, Riverdale Ridge freshman Jathan Alston drives to the basket.

Riverdale Ridge falls in opening round to Resurrection Christian

Despite the result not being in favor of coach Byron Gray and his second-year program at Riverdale Ridge against No. 1 seed Resurrection Christian March 6, the Ravens have nothing but excitement …
Holy Family’s Tyler Whitlock, left, attempts a shot against Air Academy’s Jesse Sims, during the first quarter of a CHSAA Girls 4A Sweet 16 playoff game March 3, at Holy Family High School in Broomfield. The Tigers won, 42-27.

Defense helps Holy Family in first round of playoffs

The Lady Tigers of Holy Family (19-6) have found their stride in the 4A state tournament. Relying on a relentless defensive attitude along with contributions from everyone, the No. 7 seed advanced to …
Against Hinkley Feb. 26, Mountain Range senior Jaliek Baker controls possession in the opening round of the state playoffs.

Mountain Range defeated in first-round, despite fast start

In his second year as Mountain Range basketball coach, Jordan Carter led his group to a winning season at 13-11 and playoff berth despite falling to Hinkley 60-40 in the opening round, Feb. 26. With …

Holy Family’s Tyler Whitlock, left, is fouled by Northridge’s Rachel Higgins Camacho, during the 2nd quarter of a CHSAA Girls 4A playoff game, Feb. 28, at Holy Family High School in Broomfield. The Tigers blew out the Grizzlies from Greeley, 62-26.

Holy Family holding out at State

As 11 North Metro teams found themselves in the state tournament for basketball this season, just the No. 7 seeded Holy Family ladies move on to the Sweet 16 after an opening-round bye and a 62-26 …
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