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Spartans starting catcher Hannah Langer is taking a leadership role in her senior year as the team looks to fi ll fi ve
starting spots opened by graduating seniors last spring, including two star pitchers.
Surveyor file photo / John Gardner

Berthoud softball aims for the fence

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Roster turnover is an inherent part of high school sports. Each year a team’s seniors graduate and take the next step in their lives and… Read more »

Berthoud goal keeper Hunter Hursey charges a Northridge opponent to save a goal in the first half of the Sept. 1 game at
Berthoud High School.
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Young Spartans soccer squad showing major strides

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor The past couple of years have been a bit of a struggle for the Berthoud High School (BHS) boys soccer team, as fifth-year head coach… Read more »

Berthoud sophomore Cameron Poll, pictured at Highland Meadows in Windsor at a tournament last year, started this season
off in the right direction, shooting a 10-over-par 82 at Saddleback Golf Course.
Surveyor file photo / John Gardner

Spartans golfers to swing for conference title repeat

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor As his golf cart made its way down the left side of the first hole at Mariana Butte Golf Course in Loveland, newly-minted Berthoud High… Read more »

Berthoud High School graduate Patrick
Barron signs his letter of intent, to
play baseball at York College in Nebraska,
at Berthoud High School last
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Berthoud’s Patrick Barron to play college baseball

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Throughout his senior year, Berthoud High School’s Patrick Barron watched as 14 of his friends, teammates and classmates signed letters of intent to compete as… Read more »

Elijah Grewal
Surveyor file photo

Elijah Grewal will continue running career in Illinois

By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor Elijah Grewal ran one final race as a Berthoud Spartan this summer as he competed in the Colorado High School Athletic Association’s (CHSAA) All-State cross-country… Read more »

Front row (Left to right): Zach Taylor, Toby Jones, Kaden Kettle, Noah Allison, Cole Donahue, Jackson Riffle, Zane Buckley. 
Back row: Reese Stratmeyer, Connor Jorrison, Jeff Jorrison coach, Dave Kuntz assistant coach, Landon Kuntz, Braylon Berg. 
Not pictured: Tate Gomes

Berthoud Youth Baseball has good showing at state tournament

By John Gardner The Surveyor The Berthoud Spartans 14-U AA team finishes in second place after 4-1 weekend The Rocky Mountain West USSSA Baseball Colorado State Championships July 8-10 in… Read more »

Max Bump throws the shot at the 4A State Track and Field championships at the
Jeffco Stadium on May 19-21. Bump finished in fifth place in the event with a throw of 49 feet 10.25 inches.
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Berthoud brings home six medals from state track

By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor Max Bump was the first Spartan to medal at the state track meet this week, but he was certainly not the last. The senior brings… Read more »

2015-2016 was a good year for Berthoud High School athletics

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor By any measure, the 2015-16 school year was a highly successful one for Berthoud High School (BHS) athletics. Several teams and multiple individuals represent BHS… Read more »

TPC Colorado at Heron Lakes will be a big draw for Berthoud

By Surveyor Staff When the golf course at Heron Lakes is completed, there’s little doubt that it will be one of the premier golfing destinations in northern Colorado, with the… Read more »

Berthoud’s top long distance runner Elijah Grewal competes at a track meet earlier this season at Berthoud High School. On May 5-6, Grewal was a huge part of the boys’ success as they captured the Tri-Valley Conference title, placing second in the 1,600 meters, third in the 800, fourth in the 3,200 and sixth as part of the 4 x 800-meter relay team. 
Surveyor file photo/ John Gardner

BHS boys track wins Tri-Valley Conference title

By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor For Berthoud High School (BHS) to be awarded the Tri-Valley Conference title in track is no big deal. What was different this year, though, was… Read more »