TANNER BAIRD, SO., HOLY FAMILY: Helping guide the Tigers to the Sweet 16, he led the team in both points and steals and had a number of big games when it mattered most throughout the season.

TRENT DYKEMA, JR., SILVER CREEK: While the Raptors strung together the most single-season wins in program history, he had an impressive individual season and led the team in nearly every statistical category and averaged more than 20 points a game.

SAM FOSTER, SR., BROOMFIELD: He led the Eagles with 15.3 points per game including an impressive 39-point game against Monarch and shot 39 percent from 3-point range during his senior season.

Holy Family’s Tanner Baird puts up a shot during the Tigers’ playoff game with Golden on March 1.
Holy Family's Tanner Baird puts up a shot during the Tigers' playoff game with Golden on March 1. (Jeremy Papasso / Staff Photographer)

MICHAEL WARD, SR., MEAD: The Mavericks' all-time leading scorer, the 2017 player of the year led his team back to the Great 8 for the second straight season.

LUKE WILSON, SR., BOULDER: Knowing he had to have a big senior campaign to keep the Panthers in the playoff hunt, he did just that while scoring 19.2 points per game.

COACH — DARIN REESE, MEAD: The Mavericks made their second straight Great 8 appearance and won a program-best 21 games this season.




TREVER BALLARD, SR., JEFFERSON ACADEMY: A top-20 scorer in all of Class 3A, he averaged 19 points for the Jaguars in his final prep season.


ADAM BARBER, SR., NIWOT: The Cougars' top player in 2017, he led the club in points (13.4) and rebounds (6.7) and was named an honorable mention all-state player out of the Northern League.

LUKE JOHNSON, JR., LONGMONT: Shouldering the responsibility of covering for the loss of a massive 2016 graduating class, he led the Trojans back to the playoffs by scoring 17.5 points a game.

CADEN SEHR, JR., LEGACY: The 5-foot-11 guard shot 37 percent from beyond the arch and 85 percent at the free-throw line to average 15.7 points per game.

TYLOR TRINH, JR., MONARCH: His ability to attack opposing defenses and team-best 16.5 points a game we a big reason for the Coyotes' success in 2016-17.



Hunter Becvar, Sr., Silver Creek; Braden Blick, Jr., Skyline; Thomas Bounds, So., Niwot; Peter Chopra, Sr., Boulder; Daniel Cloke, Sr., Mead; Steven Croell, So., Broomfield; Nathan Fairmont, Jr., Shining Mountain; Sam Grad, Sr., Fairview; Keegan Johnson, Jr., Monarch; Eric Gambon, Sr., Centaurus; Joe Golter, Sr., Holy Family; Roy Grigsby, Sr., Monarch; Khari Harrison, Sr., Silver Creek; Kyle Helbig, So., Holy Family; Nate Higgins, Sr., Skyline; Cameron Jauregui, Sr., Longmont Christian; Campbell Killean, Sr., Legacy; Leo Mason, Jr., Shining Mountain; Devin Martinez, Jr., Broomfield; Cameron McCurry, Sr., Erie; Tol Mugunga, Sr., Longmont; Dominic Puchino, Fr., Longmont Christian; Luke Puchino, Sr., Longmont Christian; Gavyn Pure, Jr., Dawson School; Michael Rice, Sr., Mead; Joe Rodriguez, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Alex Sandstrom, Sr., Mead; Sam Schlegel, Sr., Silver Creek; Nick Timms, Sr., Dawson School; Nathan Washington, Sr., Frederick.

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