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Gazette Premium Content Blog: Anticipating boys' and girls' basketball top seeds

By Kevin Carmody kevin.carmody@gazette.com - Updated: February 23, 2014 at 12:04 am
By Kevin Carmody kevin.carmody@gazette.com - Updated: February 23, 2014 at 12:04 am • Published: February 23, 2014

Will tough schedules help, or hurt, the prospects of top seeds for the boys’ team Cheyenne Mountain and Sand Creek’s girls’ team when it comes down to selection Sunday for high school basketball playoffs in Colorado? Neither finished the regular season with the best record in their class. They...

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Will tough schedules help, or hurt, the prospects of top seeds for the boys’ team Cheyenne Mountain and Sand Creek’s girls’ team when it comes down to selection Sunday for high school basketball playoffs in Colorado?

Neither finished the regular season with the best record in their class. They finished strong, though.

And if you’re looking at anything resembling RPI for both schools, it would have to be right up there, rivaling anyone not playing an out-of-state schedule.

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