Girls basketball: Conference tourney opener goes to Tigers

Posted 2/10/22

Holy Family High School scored 25 unansered points and went on to a 64-38 win at Riverdale Ridge Feb. 9.

It was the opener of a cross-over tournament between schools from the Northern Colorado …

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Girls basketball: Conference tourney opener goes to Tigers

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Holy Family High School scored 25 unansered points and went on to a 64-38 win at Riverdale Ridge Feb. 9.

It was the opener of a cross-over tournament between schools from the Northern Colorado Athletic Conference and the Longs Peak Conference. Each team gets four games over the next two weeks.

Mariah Quintana led the Tigers with 23 points. Makenna Bertsch added 16. No stats were available for the Ravens.

Holy Family faces Northridge in the quarterfinals Friday, Feb. 11, while the Ravens take on Greeley Central in the consolation bracket.

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