Posted On: 04/1/19 1:28 PM

Now that we are several weeks 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 Front Range League.

How it all shook out

The Fairview Knights have been young but talented for the past several seasons but this winter, they put it all together and won the FRL title with a more mature roster. Cross-town rival Boulder gave the Knights a run for their money, rebounding from a 1-9 start to finish 13-12 overall and take second place in the conference. Fairview, Boulder, Fossil Ridge, Greeley West, Horizon, Rocky Mountain, Broomfield, Poudre all reached the postseason for the league to land an impressive eight of its 13 teams in the Class 5A state tournament.

Who made it the farthest

No surprise here, as it was league champion Fairview that made it all the way to the Sweet 16. The Knights were a balanced group made up of several talented full-time basketball players and a number of college-bound football recruits that played exceptional defense and ran the floor with fury. Senior Mark Dolan (16.9 ppg)

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