Fire football

In the final two games of the regular season, the Holy Family Catholic High School football team lost to both New London-Spicer and Delano to finish the season 2-6. Fighting hard through a rainy game, preceded by a lightning delay, the Fire lost 50-7 at New London-Spicer on Oct. 11. Offensively, junior Hank Hopkins commanded [...]

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The Holy Family football team has dropped to 2-3 this season after falling to Orono and Hutchinson the last two weeks. The Fire were shut down 47-0 against Hutchinson on Sept. 27, despite a hard fight by Holy Family, according to coach Ian Parzyck. Junior quarterback Hank Hopkins led the way for the Fire, completing [...]

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After a loss to start the season, the Holy Family football team has gone 2-0 in recent weeks, picking up conference wins over Litchfield and Mound-Westonka. The Fire went up against their crosstown rivals Mound-Westonka this past Friday night, Sept. 13. The Fire scored on their first possession with a nine-yard touchdown run by senior [...]

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The Holy Family football team kicked off 2013 by hosting Glencoe-Silver Lake on Aug. 29, falling 34-7 to the Panthers. The Panthers struck first with a five-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter, before Holy Family responded with a 57-yard touchdown run by junior running back Chazz Johnson. Johnson would end the game with 11 [...]

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Holy Family senior Rob LaRose will receive the 2013 Scholar-Athlete Award, presented by the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation and the College Hall of Fame. LaRose served with distinction in multiple positions on his Holy Family Catholic High Schol team and has truly made a difference in his community. Playing as a running [...]

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In a 67-7 domination on Nov. 23, Hutchinson completed a perfect season, easily grabbing the Class 4A Prep Bowl title over Holy Family. Hutchinson favored an offensive game composed entirely of rushing yards. The Tigers wouldn’t throw a single pass all afternoon. While leading only 7-0 after the first quarter, the second quarter was all [...]

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