The Cotopaxi girls basketball team earned an impressive 55-34 win over a scrappy Moffat Cowboys team, before they watched their boys struggle in a double dip in the San Luis Valley, with the Pirates surviving a 47-42 win.
The Salida Spartans matched up with the Woodland Park Panthers for the first time as Tri-Peaks League foes, and took the big cats down with an 80-65 final score.
The Buena Vista Demons would split on the road in Ellicott, as the boys earned a 58-36 win, while the girls fell in a tough 43-29 loss.
At home, the Salida Spartans felt comfortable enough to roll to a win over Lamar during the basketball season, seeing a small run from the visiting team late, but able to earn the 67-55 win.
The Buena Vista boys basketball team took on the Mustangs of Manitou back on February 20th, and while the defense would play fantastic, the offense would struggle in the 49-30 loss on the road.
Plenty of postseason action is coming as the local schools did well in terms of qualifying for the playoffs
The South Park Burros and the Custer County Bobcats met in their traditional rivalry, and with more on the line than normal, as the league champ gave themselves a guaranteed postseason spot.
The Lake County boys were in need of a win to build momentum, and they got it at home as they defeated the Sheridan Rams 62-58 in a thrilling match on Eagle Country 104.
The Lake County Panthers last week were on the road in a HUGE match up for the boys and girls.
The Salida boys basketball team found their groove again when they traveled to Florence to take on the Huskies.