The Windsor High School boys basketball team will still go down as 2015-16 Tri-Valley League champions.
Just not the way the Wizards had hoped.
Windsor had a chance to win the league title outright Friday night when it traveled to face Holy Family on the road in the regular-season finale. But the Tigers upset the Wizards, who are ranked No. 5 in Class 4A in the final Associated Press media poll, 47-42 to also claim a share of the prize.
Windsor (17-6), Holy Family (16-7) and Mead (18-5) each finished with a 12-2 record in league play with one victory and loss against one another, creating a three-way tie for the Tri-Valley title.
Michael Scheid led Windsor with 13 points in the loss. Noah Baldwin also reached double figures with 11 points, which included hitting three 3-pointers.
The Wizards now await playoff brackets, which will be released Sunday afternoon.
RESURRECTION CHRISTIAN 77, LIBERTY COMMON 43 — The Cougars (19-0, 10-0 Mile High League) polished off an undefeated run through the regular season with a win at home.
Tanner Ervin hit four 3-pointers to finish with a game-high 24 points, while Luke Fick and Kyle Lahr added 12 and 11 points, respectively.
Philip Allmendinger was the leading scorer for the Eagles, who fell to 14-5, 8-2 MHL.
LIBERTY COMMON 48, RESURRECTION CHRISTIAN 24 — Halley Miklos posted a double-double with 26 points and 18 rebounds in the Eagles win on the road.
Chloe Kohl added 12 points as No. 8 Liberty Common (3A) finished its regular-season slate 16-3, 10-1 MHL.
RCS did not report individual statistics. The Cougars fell to 7-12, 4-7 MHL.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN 44, FOSSIL RIDGE 42 — Miah Barrett and Brady Hood starred on senior night, scoring eight and four points, respectively. Cortnee Adair added four points, and Cory Breslin led the defensive effort.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN 39, FOSSIL RIDGE 35 — Seniors Haley Inman and Emily Holland scored six points each to lead the Lobos. Zyik Kirkland scored 15 points, including a game-ending shot from half court to send the crowd into a frenzy.
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