Posted On: 02/17/21 11:04 AM

  1. Mead
  2. Windsor
  3. Lewis-Palmer
  4. Erie
  5. Pueblo Central
  6. Evergreen
  7. Montrose
  8. Longmont
  9. Pueblo South
  10. Green Mountain

Everyone else is in a dog fight and battling it out each night, and then there is Mead, who is in the driver’s seat and playing well. The Mavericks are led by sharpshooting guard Elijah KnudsenElijahKnudsen5'9" | CGMead | 2022StateCO (17.2 ppg), who is strapped and ready to go. He and Nick BassonNickBasson6'1" | CGMead | 2023StateCO (11.2 ppg) have the shooting part down, which leaves James ShiersJamesShiers6'11" | CMead | 2022StateCO (14.5 ppg & 9.8 rpg) to clean up the boards and control the paint. Mead is looking ahead to a matchup with Windsor for a game they will certainly be tested in.

Windsor just took a shocking loss to Erie earlier this week as it appeared that they were in a look ahead moment. They maybe should’ve dropped in the rankings, but this is still a loaded team that has the opportunity to bounce-back. The response will be crucial, and they have quite the chance this week. The Wizards have a senior trio of Ben HagemanBenHageman6'3" | PFWindsor | 2021StateCO (19.7 ppg), Jaden KennisJadenKennis6'3" | CGWindsor | 2021StateCO (19.5 ppg), and Kobe Greene (14.3 ppg) that are leading the charge. They read each

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