BOYS BASKETBALL PRACTICE OPENS

Basketball Practice Opens

Schools can open boys’ basketball practices across the state tomorrow as the work to winning a 2019 state championship officially begins.  Teams can schedule a scrimmage as early as November 17th with official games starting on November 26th.

The regular season runs through February 16th with the state championships on the schedule for March 7-9th.  Colorado Preps will provide in-depth coverage throughout with weekly reports on each classification as we prep for the season, our network will provide a daily list of the top players returning in several categories; including all-state returnees.

First up is a recap of the state tournaments from last Spring as we recap all the games from the state quarterfinals to the championship round.

 

CLASS 1A 

Quarterfinals

Creede beat Cornerstone Christian 55-46

Peetz beat Sangre De Cristo 67-29

Front Range Baptist beat Genoa Hugo 65-31

South Baca beat Heritage Christian 75-59

Semifinals

Peetz beat Creede 69-67

South Baca beat Front Range Baptist 64-57

Championship

Peetz beat South Baca 51-44

 

CLASS 2A 

Quarterfinals

Crowley County beat Sanford 48-41

Meeker beat Highland 74-59

Byers beat Ignacio 65-44

Yuma beat Ellicott 62-28

Semifinals

Crowley County beat Meeker 63-46

Yuma beat Byers 58-54

Championship

Yuma beat Crowley County 59-41

 

CLASS 3A 

Quarterfinals

Sterling beat Strasburg 58-23

Lutheran beat Colorado Academy 53-46

Bayfield beat Alamosa 43-38

Faith Christian beat Manual 65-57

Semifinals

Lutheran beat Sterling 39-37

Bayfield beat Faith Christian 45-42

Championship

Bayfield beat Lutheran 68-57

 

CLASS 4A

Quarterfinals

Pueblo South beat Valor Christian 59-50

Longmont beat Falcon 62-54

Lewis Palmer beat Widefield 70-67

Pueblo West beat Ponderosa 57-48

Semifinals

Longmont beat Pueblo South 71-60

Lewis Palmer beat Pueblo West 56-54

Championship

Longmont beat Lewis Palmer 62-59

 

CLASS 5A

Quarterfinals

ThunderRidge beat Doherty 45-43

Grandview beat Chaparral 59-53

Rock Canyon beat Overland 54-47

George Washington beat Smoky Hill 42-41

Semifinals

Grandview beat ThunderRidge 42-39

George Washington beat Rock Canyon 47-43 (OT)

Championship

Grandview beat George Washington 57-52

 

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Kevin Shaffer
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Kevin Shaffer is the founder and owner of the Colorado Preps Network which debuted in the summer of 2003. Kevin and his wife Lanette reside in Fort Morgan and are the proud parents of Lexi and Tyler.

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