Front Range League
Teams and trends: Boulder, Broomfield, Fairview, Fort Collins, Fossil Ridge, Greeley West, Horizon, Legacy, Loveland, Monarch, Mountain Range, Poudre, Rocky Mountain. The Horizon Hawks have dominated this league of late, winning the past three league titles. Broomfield, the last team other than Horizon to win the league title, was runner-up last season.
2018-19 league leaders: Legacy’s Halle Mackiewicz, a senior this season, led the league in scoring with 19.1 points per game last winter … The next four leading scorers — Monarch’s Emerson Herrmann, Loveland’s Lexi Eberhardt, Broomfield’s Steph Peterson, and Fossil Ridge’s Ashley Steffeck — all were seniors last season … Fairview’s Izzy Munson was sixth in scoring, averaging 14.6 points … Herrmann and Poudre’s Libby Couture tied for the league lead with 11.1 rebounds last winter … Fort Collins freshman Emily Johnson (7.8 rpg) is the top returning rebounder … Monarch’s Nicole Reading, a senior last year, led the league with 4.5 assists per game … Rocky Mountain’s Julia Schlepp had a league-high 4.8 steals per game as a senior in 2018-19.
Numbers game: It paid to be a younger player when shooting from long range last season. Only one of last year’s top five players in made 3-pointers was a senior. Greeley West’s Juanita Aragon led the league with 49 long-distance makes as a sophomore. Two other sophomores, Poudre’s Brooke Bohlender and Boulder’s Abbie Gillach, tied for third with 41. Broomfield’s Jessica Hoffman, who was a junior at the time, made 34.
Coach: Emily Van Patten
The Scorecard: After finishing the 2018-19 season with a 9-14 record in its first year under head coach Emily Van Patten, Boulder girls basketball has a strong nucleus returning. With some good young players ready to step up, the Panthers are seeking their first winning season since 2012-13. Six-foot-2 senior Emma Bagley and junior guard Abbie Gillach, the latter who led the Panthers with 11.1 points per game, both return to a team that won just two out of a dozen conference games but hopes to be more competitive in the Front Range League this winter. Six-foot-1 junior Lexi Reis and sophomore guard Ella Bartsch are also players to watch, and Van Patten said she is excited about hiring a former teammate, Quincey Noonan, who played at Legacy and then DU, as an assistant coach.
Coach: Mike Croell
The Scorecard: Head coach Mike Croell returned to the Eagles last winter and the Broomfield girls went 22-4, reaching the Class 5A Great 8 before losing to powerhouse Highlands Ranch. That’s closer to what’s expected from a program that has won six state championships and took home a trophy as recently as 2015. Junior forward Courtney Wristen is one of the top recruits in Colorado and headlines a returning group that includes starters Jessica Hoffman, a hard-nosed guard, and Jaylene Young. The Eagles will be counting on others like Hayley Ventura, Lauren Felknor, Emma Rich and Brooke Pennington to make up for graduating last season’s leading scorer in Steph Peterson.
Coach: Rod Beauchamp
The Scorecard: Beauchamp did not coach last year and the Knights went 7-18 while recovering from the graduation of an extremely talented senior class following the 2017-18 campaign. There’s reason to believe Fairview can improve on that mark, with a promising core returning in senior guards Izzy Munson and Adaya Richmond, as well as 5-foot-10 sophomore Kailey Page. Makena Englund, Emma Novak and Mackenzie Mottsinger also return from a 2018-19 Fairview team that entered the 5A state tournament as the 44th overall seed and upset Fountain-Fort Carson in the first round. The Knights will look to ride some of that momentum and a big season from Munson this winter.
Coach: Jody Welch
The Scorecard: Halle Mackiewicz averaged 19.1 points and 6.8 rebounds in 19 games as a junior while splitting her time between basketball and soccer, which she will play at Clemson University next year. She will be back in the Legacy gym this season but the Lightning did lose six seniors to graduation after going 13-12 last winter. This year’s team figures to be young but athletic and plans to play an up-tempo style of game under head coach Jody Welch, who returns to the Lightning bench after last coaching the team in 2008-09. Junior guard Ariana Ahadi and sophomore forward Katie Paredes round out a solid returning group for Legacy.
Coach: Michael Blakely
The Scorecard: The Coyotes roster took a hit after last season when BoCoPreps.com player of the year Emerson Hermann and Nicole Reading both graduated. Monarch will have a guard-heavy rotation under first-year head coach Michael Blakely and will rely on spreading the ball around and playing aggressive defense to compete in the FRL. Seniors Clara Butler and Abigail Russo, as well as junior Chelin Isaacson, return after playing significant varsity minutes last season and guards Anna Trujillo, Mia Schmanski and Emily Kennie will provide backcourt depth. The Coyotes went 14-10 under iconic coach Gail Hook last season and will look to keep building in 2019-20.
Teams and trends: Centaurus, Greeley Central, Longmont, Mountain View, Niwot, Northridge, Silver Creek and Thompson Valley. Centaurus is the only team in the Northern League to win three league titles in the last eight years despite the conference including Longmont and Broomfield — teams that have been dominant for parts of the past decade.
2018-19 league leaders: Mountain View’s Raleigh Basart, a senior last year, led the league in scoring with 17.7 points per game … Kelsey Basart, now a junior at Mountain View, is the top returning scorer at 14.3 points a night. She also led the league with 3.4 steals per game … Thompson Valley senior Sydnee Durtsche led the league with 11.1 rebounds per game last season … Niwot senior Lily Sieben led the Northern with 42 made 3-pointers … Greeley Central’s Hattie Sheets had a league-high 3.8 assists per game.
Numbers game: There were only three sophomores among the top seven scorers in the league last season and two of them played for Centaurus. Now a junior, Julia Mischke was fifth in the league and averaged 12 points per game. Natalie Kramer was seventh, averaging 10.8 points per game.
Coach: Chris Mischke
The Scorecard: The Warriors return seven letter-winners including three starters and have high expectations for a talented freshman class led by Laura Gensert, which has them entering the upcoming season with more optimism than last year’s 5-18 season. It could take some time for the Warriors’ young players to acclimate to the varsity level and this may end up being another rebuilding year, but Centaurus isn’t that far removed from a run of seasons in which it averaged nearly 20 wins. Returning starter Leesha Taylor-Preston is one of few seniors on the roster so the future appears to be bright at Centaurus. Junior guard Julia Mischke led the Warriors in scoring with 12 points a night last season.
Coach: Wade Kingsbury
The Scorecard: In the team’s second season under head coach Wade Kingsbury, the Trojans face the challenge of graduating 15 seniors over the past two seasons. That includes a quartet of starters who accounted for just over 70 percent of Longmont’s scoring output last winter. After posting back-to-back 10-14 records, the Trojans will look to continue building towards the future and are excited about their freshman class in 2019-20. Longmont will be challenged during a difficult opening month of games and another trip to the 4A state tournament remains the goal for returning players like Sarah Wormke, Jenna Johnson and Jordynn Lee. Freshman guard Christine D’Epagnier will be an incoming player to keep an eye on.
Coach: Teri Ward
The Scorecard: With a lot of new faces in the mix this season, much of the Cougars’ success will depend on how well the team learns to play together. Defense will still be the Niwot girls’ calling card and returning players like Nikki Sims, Lily Sieben and Rachel Noble are excited about developing a new offense. The Cougars went 7-16 last season and didn’t graduate many players so they are optimistic about what they can do if a young group that includes sophomore Sophie Gebhardt and freshman Addie Rose can supplement the returning senior core. The chance to play a postseason game would be a welcome reward for a Niwot program that has not reached the playoffs in several years.
Silver Creek Raptors
Coach: Ashlee Viveros
The Scorecard: Silver Creek returns only one starter for the second year in the tenure of head coach Ashlee Viveros, and the Raptors are still working to establish a foundation for the program after going 5-18 last season. They won’t have much height but the Raptors will have speed in the form of sophomore guard Mackenzie Larson, the aforementioned lone returning starter, and junior point guard Marissa Bartels. Defensive effort and execution will be huge contributing factors this winter if the Raptors hope to be successful considering how they struggled to score in 2018-19. Larson led the team in scoring last winter, averaging 6.9 points per game as a freshman.
Teams and trends: Berthoud, Erie, Fort Morgan, Frederick, Holy Family, Mead, Roosevelt, Skyline and Windsor. The Holy Family Tigers have won the Tri-Valley League in each of the last five seasons since moving up to Class 4A.
2018-19 league leaders: Windsor’s Hollie Hoffman led the TVL in scoring as a senior last season with 18.8 points per game … Skyline’s Ashayla Powers led the league with 9.7 rebounds per game as a junior. Teammate Lindrey Schendel was third with 7.9 … Now a junior at Erie, Genevieve Gudino led the league with 56 made 3-pointers while shooting 36 percent as a sophomore at Holy Family last season. She also led the league with 3.8 steals per game … As a senior last season, Holy Family’s Kaitlyn Mckenzie had a league-best 107 assists, averaging 4.3 per game … Holy Family’s Cecilia Aanerud led the Tri-Valley with 1.5 blocks per game as a sophomore.
Numbers game: Eight of the nine teams in the Tri-Valley League reached the state tournament in 2018-19. Fort Morgan and Mead lost in the first round. Roosevelt and Skyline reached the second round. Erie made it to the Sweet 16, as did Windsor but in 5A. Berthoud played in the Great Eight and Holy Family advanced to the Final Four.
Coach: Sarah Pfeifer
The Scorecard: Now that their young core is a year older and with the addition of all-state guard Genevieve Gudino, who transferred from Holy Family, the Tigers expect to build on last year’s Sweet 16 finish. This team’s strength is its depth, with a rotation filled with versatile and athletic players like Alyssa Barnett, Anna Hefner, Edie Morrow, Deb Altshuler and Grace Moyers. As underclassmen last season, Hefner, Moyers and Altshuler led the team in scoring and combined to average 26.3 points a night. Gudino led Holy Family in scoring as a sophomore last season with 14.9 points per game. The Tigers have plenty to be excited about and expect to contend for a Tri-Valley League title.
Coach: Brett Anderson
The Scorecard: The Warriors went 5-18 last winter and don’t return any starters for the upcoming campaign. Senior forward Lauren Leitner and senior guard Emilee Hurtado will be leaned upon to carry the load after the team graduated 10 seniors, including leading scorers Tori Dufour and Shea Chavez, from last year’s roster. This youthful Frederick squad will need to grow up quickly in a tough Tri-Valley League if the Warriors wish to work their way back to the postseason.
Holy Family Tigers
Coach: Ron Rossi
The Scorecard: The proud owners of six state championship trophies, the Tigers enter every season with high expectations. They enter this season, however, without Genevieve Gudino, who led the team in scoring but now plays for conference rival Erie. The cupboard, of course, is not bare at Holy Family. The Tigers went 21-6 and reached the 4A Final Four last winter, and return talented players like junior center Cecilia Aanerud, junior forward Tyler Whitlock and junior guard Alyssa Wells. Expect others like junior Dylan Sanders and Daniella Hren to contribute throughout a tough early schedule that 500-win coach Ron Rossi hopes will prepare the Tigers well for another deep playoff run in 2019-20.
Coach: JR Sagner
The Scorecard: The Mavericks graduated their top two scorers from last year’s 6-18 team but return quite a significant portion of last year’s squad. Maddox Boston had a solid freshman season in 2018-19 and Mead’s junior class led by Mary Maher, Hailee Martinez and Savanna Griebling provides a solid core. Six-foot center Maddie Muntz could end up being the only senior coming back to join incoming head coach JR Sagner, who led the Dawson Mustangs on a 20-win campaign last winter. Sagner believes Mead has the makings of a well-balanced team that can apply pressure and get out in transition, and that the new-look Mavericks are capable of making a splash in a tough Tri-Valley League.
Coach: Kirk Blackard
The Scorecard: The Falcons battled injuries at the end of the 2018-19 season but still advanced to the second round of the 4A state tournament. They’ll be battling injuries again at the outset in 2019-20 with senior forward Lindrey Schendel recovering from an ACL injury. But the Falcons return all five starters from last year’s team including leading scorers Ashayla Powers and Alyssa McKrola, a pair of seniors who combined for 28.4 points per game. When Schendel returns, the Falcons will have a trio of seniors capable of scoring in double figures to lead a rotation that also includes sophomore Charlee Neb, senior Molly Hennessy and sophomore Natalie Weathers. Skyline has been building towards this season and is one of nearly a half dozen teams that expects to contend for the Tri-Valley League title.
Teams and trends: Bishop Machebeuf, Colorado Academy, Faith Christian, Jefferson Academy, Kent Denver, Lutheran, Manual, Peak to Peak, Prospect Ridge, SkyView Academy, St. Mary’s Academy and Stargate School. Lutheran has won four of the last five Metro League titles and has lost just three league games in the past five years.
2018-19 league leaders: Lutheran’s Stephanie Schultz led the Metro League with 15.4 points per game as a sophomore last season … Kent Denver’s Amanda Licht led all freshmen with 13.5 points per game. She was fourth overall … Manual’s Destiny Fox led the league with 9.6 rebounds per game as a senior … Natalia Miller-Forrest, a senior for SkyView Academy last season, led the league with 65 made 3-pointers … As a senior in 2018-19, SkyView Academy’s Sydney Watt led the league with 127 assists, averaging 5.3 per game … Stargate School’s Erica Derby had a league-best 3.4 steals a night last winter. She is a junior this season … Bishop Machebeuf center Adet Malbeny blocked a league-high six shots a game as a senior last season.
Numbers game: In 25 games last season, Lutheran made 195 3-pointers on 638 attempts for an average of 31 percent. That’s nearly eight made 3-pointers a game. The next closest team was Faith Christian, which made 95 long balls on 319 attempts and averaged 30 percent.
Jefferson Academy Jaguars
Coach: Mark Sharpley
The Scorecard: Jefferson Academy went 9-13 last season and is looking to post a winning record with veteran coach Mark Sharpley helming both the Jaguars boys and girls programs this season. The Jaguars have several players like Lily Thimsen (soccer), Brooklyn Kirkpatrick (soccer) and Aaliyah Robinson (track) who are all-state caliber athletes in other sports, and they’re hoping to put it all together on the basketball court. Senior guard Rachel Moreno led the Jaguars in scoring with 8.4 points per game last season. Senior Laura Riley and sophomore Jordan Neely were both solid. The pieces are there and Jefferson Academy is working to connect the dots into a playoff team.
Peak to Peak Pumas
Coach: Joe Howard
The Scorecard: The Pumas are excited about their solid leadership group returning this season and will continue to raise their expectations, both individually and as a team. The hope is that translates into more success on the court after going 6-14 last season. Peak to Peak also returns four of five starters from 2018-19 so double-digit wins doesn’t seem to be out of the question. Junior Aiyana Rockwell is the top returning scorer and sophomore Mattie Stevens had a really good season as a freshman. Juniors Millie Keogh and Daneca Nelson give the Pumas an experienced frontcourt and sophomore guard Kelsey Carson should factor heavily into the rotation.
Prospect Ridge Academy
Coach: Ellie Kempfe
The Scorecard: With new head coach Ellie Kempfe taking over, this young Miners team is determined to be competitive in the Metro League. After graduating seven seniors from last year’s 15-9 squad, Prospect Ridge will have to focus on developing its role players if the Miners are going to make that happen. Senior guard Jocelyn Korbe, who averaged 4.7 points and 5.6 rebounds as a junior, is the lone returning starter. Junior guard Faith Hernandez and sophomore forward Elizabeth Rooks will be called upon to step up and take on more responsibility. “My goal as the head coach is to make the experience as positive as possible and to focus on the aspects of sportsmanship, teamwork, positive attitude, and respect of the game,” Kempfe said. “I am excited to see players step up to the challenge this season and be competitive in everything we do.”
Mile High League
Teams and trends: Clear Creek, Dawson School, Dayspring Christian, Denver Christian, Front Range Christian, Gilpin County, Heritage Christian, Highland, Longmont Christian, Lyons, Nederland, Twin Peaks Charter and Union Colony. The Dawson Mustangs have finished runners-up in this league twice in the last four years, including last season, each time ending up second behind Heritage Christian.
2018-19 league leaders: Longmont Christian’s Whitney Echols, a senior last year, led the league with 17.7 points per game. She also led the lead with 49 made 3-pointers and 4.9 steals per game … Dawson’s Kaitlyn Day, a senior this year, was second with 16.9 points … Clear Creek’s Aliya Singleton led the league with 14.5 rebounds per game. She was a senior … Heritage Christian’s Sarah Collins had a league-best 95 assists as a senior last season … Heritage Christian’s Emma Johnson had a league-high 87 blocks, averaging 5.4 per game. She will be a senior this season.
Numbers game: The Mile High League was the only smaller-classification conference to land a player higher than honorable mention on the BoCoPreps.com all-region team. Both Longmont Christian’s Whitney Echols and Dawson School’s Kaitlyn Day made the second team.
Coach: Matt Johnston
The Scorecard: Coming off a 20-win season, the Mustangs are under new management with Matt Johnston taking over as head coach. The team itself, however, is largely the same as last year. Senior Kaitlyn Day is back after leading the Mustangs with 16.9 points per game. Junior Maddy Timms and senior Madison Day are also back, as are returning starters Alexis Gilio and Alex Dunbar. Add to that a promising group of underclassmen and it would appear the Mustangs have many reasons to be excited about the 2019-20 season. “I expect our team to build off the success of last year’s district run and I will continue to focus on individual confidence, basketball IQ and playing together as a unit,” Johnston said. “If we are unselfish and commit to making the ‘right play’ every possession I believe we should be a tough out by years end.”
Longmont Christian Warriors
Coach: Zach Echols
The Scorecard: Let’s be honest, losing a player like Whitney Echols and her 17.7 points a night hurts. But few teams are as equipped as the Warriors are to handle that type of production walking out the door at graduation. Junior wing Taylor Vandenburg averaged 13.4 points last season, and sophomore Jessica Schneider was good for 8.6 points and 11.3 rebounds a game. Longmont Christian also returns starters Ellie Echols and Samantha Johnson, so their roster might be thin but it’s talented. “With experience on our side this year, we are optimistic about this season as long as we can keep everyone healthy,” Zach Echols said.
Coach: Marcus Richardson
The Scorecard: The Lions went 11-9 last year with Avery Joy and Jazmyn Enny, a pair of sophomores, leading the team in scoring at a combined 24.4 points a game. Enny and Joy are back and with them return starters Hannah Schweiger and Hannah Paton, so the Lions have high expectations for the upcoming season. Seniors Alora Cross and Estella Percarpio, and freshman guard Brooklyn Enny, will round out what should be a solid top seven for Lyons. “A lack of depth is the main concern heading into the season with opportunities for a returning sophomore, or even another freshman, to step up and earn some varsity minutes,” Richardson said. “With hard work in the offseason, high expectations for themselves and their team, and a tenacious attitude, the Lions are looking forward to competing in their league and beyond.”
Coach: Stephanie McCollum
The Scorecard: Following a 1-17 season, the Panthers are entering 2019-20 with fewer players than expected. But with the girls they do have, the Panthers feel as though they have a plan in place to build a healthy girls basketball program. Nederland returns five starters in Lily Lindstrom, Alex Sorokach, Rylee Kutscher, Clem Miller and Sydney Nation, and are adding new players every day. “The Panthers have a wonderful group of athletes with great energy and dedication,” McCollum said. “This year’s focus is on good defense and playing hard and fast. We might be a small team, but we are fierce.”
Twin Peaks Timberwolves
Coach: Jim Schauer
The Scorecard: Entering its sixth season with a varsity program, Twin Peaks is determined to start growing again after a disappointing last two seasons in which the Timberwolves went a combined 9-30. The good news is they return three starters — senior guard Sydney Stevenson, senior forward Natalie Schauer and junior forward Ehreem Barilla — and four others with varsity experience. The team spent the offseason focusing on becoming comfortable with one another and competing consistently as a team, and the expectation this season is continued improvement. The Timberwolves hope their returning core and others like Kianha Sosa, Rosalie Hughes and Cheyenne Clune can help them become more competitive in the Mile High League.
Teams and trends: Belleview Christian, Beth Eden Baptist, Denver Jewish Day, Denver Waldorf, Flatirons Academy, Front Range Baptist, Rocky Mountain Lutheran and Shining Mountain. The Shining Mountain Lions posted a perfect 8-0 conference record in winning the 5280 League title last season. It was the Lions’ first league title since the 2007-08 season.
2018-19 league leaders: Cornerstone Christian’s Bryn Durrill led the league in scoring with 18 points per game as a sophomore last season … Shining Mountain’s Frances Hilliard was third in scoring last season, averaging 15 points per game. She also led the league with 66 made 3-pointers and will be a junior this winter … Shining Mountains’s Sophia Matarrese is the top returning rebounder after averaging 8.4 rebounds per game as a freshman last season … Shining Mountain’s Olivia Jabari is the top returning passer after averaging three assists a game as a sophomore in 2018-19 … Belleview Christian senior Sara Torres averaged a league-best 4.4 steals last season … Denver Waldorf’s Eliza Blanning blocked 2.8 shots a night to lead the league last winter.
Numbers game: Shining Mountain Waldorf was second behind Belleview Christian in overall scoring average but led the league with 85 made 3-pointers while shooting 26 percent. The next closest team was Cornerstone Christian, which made 54 3-pointers as a team.
Shining Mountain Lions
Coach: Mike Hawkes
The Scorecard: Coming off a 17-win season in which the Lions won league and district titles, Shining Mountain is hoping to build on that success and advance to the state tournament. To that end, the Lions have been working hard in the weight room and will place an emphasis on defense because they believe those things will help them accomplish their goals. They also have nearly their entire team back from last season, including leading scorer Frances Hilliard and her 15 points a game. Sophomores Kalea Zeender and Sophia Matarrese are ready to take another step forward, and senior Lola Conaway and junior Olivia Jabari return to add strong rebounding and passing elements to the mix. The Lions are also excited about what freshman Anna Gromicko brings to the table, and believe they have the right pieces in place to make a postseason run.
Bringing it home: recent state champions
2019 — Cherry Creek (5A), Mullen (4A), St. Mary’s (3A), Yuma (2A), Kit Carson (1A).
2018 — Grandview (5A), Evergreen (4A), St. Mary’s (3A), Yuma (2A), Kit Carson (1A).
2017 — Grandview (5A), Evergreen (4A), Lamar (3A), Paonia (2A), Kit Carson (1A).
2016 — ThunderRidge (5A), Valor Christian (4A), Lutheran (3A), Yuma (2A), Idalia (1A).
2015 — Broomfield (5A), Valor Christian (4A), Pagosa Springs (3A), Akron (2A), Idalia (1A).
2014 — Regis Jesuit (5A), Mesa Ridge (4A), Holy Family (3A), Lutheran (2A), Norwood (1A).
2013 — Regis Jesuit (5A), Pueblo South (4A), Holy Family (3A), Akron (2A), Wiley (1A).
2012 — Legacy (5A), Air Academy (4A), Faith Christian (3A), Akron (2A), Pawnee (1A).
Point me to the postseason
The regular season for all classifications will be completed by Feb. 22. In Class 1A, three weighted regionals will produce the eight-team state tournament field which will then be seeded by a committee. In Class 2A, eight regional winners will advance to the state tournament and will be reseeded by a committee. In Class 3A, seven districts will each qualify two teams for the state tournament and the remaining 18 teams will be determined by RPI. In Class 4A, the nine league champions will receive automatic state tournament berths and the remaining 39 teams (unless Durango or Montrose win the Southwest League) will be added based on RPI. In Class 5A, the eight league champions earn automatic berths into the state tournament and the remaining 40 teams will be added based on RPI
Cream of the crop: 2019 BoCoPreps.com All-region team
First Team (Name, 2018-19 class, school )
Genevieve Gudino, So., Holy Family; Emerson Herrmann, Sr., Monarch; Halle Mackiewicz, Jr., Legacy; Steph Peterson, Sr., Broomfield; Ashayla Powers, Jr., Skyline.
Kaitlyn Day, Jr., Dawson School; Whitney Echols, Sr., Longmont Christian; Izzy Munson, Jr., Fairview; Annika Wetterstrom, Sr., Longmont; Courtney Wristen, So., Broomfield.
Cecilia Aanerud, So., Holy Family; Marlow Baines, Jr., Niwot; Becka Ballard, Sr., Jefferson Academy; Shea Chavez, Sr., Frederick; Madison Day, Jr., Dawson; Tori Dufour, Sr., Frederick; Jazmyn Enny, So., Lyons; Abbie Gillach, So., Boulder; Brittany Gioso, Sr., Prospect Ridge Academy; Abbey Glynn, Sr., Mead; Anna Hefner, So., Erie; Frances Hilliard, So., Shining Mountain; Jessica Hoffman, Jr., Broomfield; Avery Joy, So., Lyons; Lauren Kia, Sr., Erie; Ellie Keeler, Sr., Broomfield; Natalie Kramer, So., Centaurus; Kate Lampert, Sr., Fairview; Mackenzie Larson, Fr., Silver Creek; Alyssa McKrola, Jr., Skyline; Kaitlyn McKenzie, Sr., Holy Family; Julia Mischke, So., Centaurus; Rachel Moreno, Jr., Jefferson Academy; Grace Moyers, Fr., Erie; Molly O’Flannigan, Sr., Prospect Ridge Academy; Nicole Reading, Sr., Monarch; Skye Reich, Sr., Boulder; Natalie Schauer, Jr., Twin Peaks; Lindrey Schendel, Jr., Skyline; Jessica Schneider, Fr., Longmont Christian; Lily Sieben, Jr., Niwot; Maddy Timms, So., Dawson; Isa Valenzuela, Sr., Legacy; Taylor Vandenburg, So., Longmont Christian; Amanda Ward, Sr., Holy Family; Rachel Willette, Sr., Peak to Peak.