Posted On: 04/22/19 12:06 PM

Now that we are a bit over a month removed from the winter basketball season, let’s put a bow on it by looking back at how things shook out in each of Colorado’s conferences. Here’s a snapshot of the past season’s action in the Continental League.

How it all shook out

An incredible three teams in this league – Chaparral (23-5), Mountain Vista (24-3) and ThunderRidge (21-6) – won over 20 games this past season, yet none of them were the conference champion of the regular season. That honor went to the Regis Jesuit Raiders, who went 15-9 on the season but claimed the Continental title by a game over the others with a 9-1 record in league play. The Raiders had a great season riding 6-foot-9 senior Daniel Carr, who averaged a double-double with 19.8 points and 11.4 rebounds, and a senior-heavy lineup that also featured the likes of Jamil Saffiedine (12.3 ppg), Matt Wheelock (10.0) and Payton Egloff (8.2).

Who made it the farthest

This category was amazingly as competitive as the regular-season Continental title race. Three of Colorado’s four 5A Final Four teams – Chaparral, ThunderRidge and Mountain Vista – hailed from the Continental. It was Ben

Colorado All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Colorado to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week!