Final boys basketball rankings of the season sees new No. 1 teams


Belleview Christian and Mesa Ridge climbed to the top of their respective classifications in the final boys basketball rankings of the 2023-24 season.

The top 10 for each classification have no bearing on playoff position and while CHSAA’s Selection and Seeding Index provide a look at how playoff brackets will be determined, the CP Polls will give an overarching assessment of teams ranked based on talent and play.

Class 6A

  1. Valor Christian
  2. ThunderRidge
  3. Mountain Vista
  4. Rock Canyon
  5. Chaparral
  6. Fruita Monument
  7. Eaglecrest
  8. Smoky Hill
  9. Ralston Valley
  10. Doherty

Others receiving votes: Denver South, Douglas County, Regis Jesuit

Class 5A

  1. Mesa Ridge
  2. Northfield
  3. Windsor
  4. Vista Peak
  5. Palmer
  6. Ponderosa
  7. Silver Creek
  8. Mead
  9. Lewis-Palmer
  10. Dakota Ridge

Others receiving votes: Montrose, Pueblo South

Class 4A

  1. Lutheran
  2. Kent Denver
  3. Resurrection Christian
  4. Colorado Academy
  5. Riverdale Ridge
  6. Pagosa Springs
  7. Severance
  8. DSST Montview
  9. Holy Family
  10. DSST Green Valley Ranch

Others receiving votes: Aspen, Fort Lupton

Class 3A

  1. Forge Christian
  2. Strasburg
  3. Yuma
  4. Vanguard
  5. Banning Lewis
  6. Manual
  7. Highland
  8. Salida
  9. Bishop Machebeuf
  10. Centrauri

Others receiving votes: Windsor Charter

Class 2A

  1. Simla
  2. Crowley County
  3. Plateau Valley
  4. Merino
  5. Heritage Christian
  6. Sanford
  7. Denver Christian
  8. Limon
  9. Wray
  10. Loveland Classical

Others receiving votes: Holly, Mancos

Class 1A

  1. Belleview Christian
  2. McClave
  3. Cheyenne Wells
  4. Stratton
  5. Idalia
  6. Denver Jewish Day
  7. Peetz
  8. Flatirons Academy
  9. DeBeque
  10. Eads

Others receiving votes: Arickaree, Otis, Sierra Grande, Front Range Baptist

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