The Colorado High School Activities Association announced its basketball rankings on Monday. The polls are posted on the CHSAANow.com website.

Boys' basketball

The undefeated Crowley County high School boys' basketball team stayed as the No. 1-ranked team in Class 2A. The Chargers are the only Santa Fe League team in the Top 10.

Following Crowley County are Yuma, Del Norte, Sedgwick County, Byers, Highland, Limon, Ignacio, Meeker, and Calhan.

Fowler is listed as "others receiving votes," along with Vail Christian, Simla, Custer County, Haxtun, Evangelical Christian, Sanford, Paonia, Rangely, and Dawson.

In the Class 1A rankings, Holly and South Baca represent the Arkansas Valley League in the second and sixth positions, respectively. Cheyenne Wells and Kit Carson represent the High Plains League in the No. 5 and No. 10 positions, respectively.

Peetz is the new No. 1 team, followed by Holly, Sangre de Cristo, Creede, Cheyenne Wells, Heritage Christian, Sierra Grande, Longmont Christian, and Kit Carson.

Primero is mentioned as "others receiving votes," as are Front Range Baptist, DeBeque, Cornerstone Christian, Shining Mountain, and Otis.

Vanguard is the only Tri-Peaks League team in the Class 3A Top 10. The Coursers fell from fourth to sixth after last Friday's 53-51 loss to Crowley County, the top-ranked team in Class 2A.

Sterling is still ranked first, followed by Kent Denver, Alamosa, Platte Valley, Coal Ridge, Vanguard, Grand Valley, Manual, Denver Science and Tech-Stapleton, and Lutheran.

Colorado Springs Christian is in the "others receiving votes" category. Also in this category are Faith Christian, Arrupe Jesuit, Bayfield, Raoring Fork, Strasburg, Resurrection Christian, Basalt, and Platte Canyon.

Girls' basketball

Swink stayed in the third position in the Class 2A girls' basketball poll. The Lady Lions are the only team from the Santa Fe League in the Top 10.

Yuma is ranked No. 1, followed by Wray, Swink, Holyoke, Del Norte, Limon, Simla, Ignacio, Denver Christian, and Highland.

The teams in "others receiving votes" include Soroco, Haxtun, Calhan, Meeker, Rangely, Clear Creek, Paonia, and Sanford.

In Class 1A, Kim/Branson moved from third to second. Two other teams from the Arkansas Valley are in the Top 10 as Holly is seventh and Springfield is eighth. Top-ranked Kit Carson is the only High Plains League team in the rankings and La Veta represents the Fisher's Peak League at No. 10.

Following Kit Carson are Kim/Branson, Fleming, Briggsdale, Sangre de Cristo, Antonito, Holly, Springfield, Heritage Christian, and La Veta.

McClave and Cheraw are listed as "others receiving votes," as are Eads and Wiley. Also in this category are Sierra Grande, North Park, Belleview Christian, Longmont Christian, and Arickaree/Woodlin.

Three Tri-PEaks League teams are in the Class 3A poll. St. Mary's is still first, while Colorado Springs Christian dropped from second to third and Lamar stayed at No. 5.

Following St. Mary's are Pagosa Springs, Colorado Springs Christian, Centauri, Lamar, Kent Denver, Sterling, Eaton, Cedaredge, and Moffat County.

La Junta and Manitou Springs are mentioned as "others receiving votes," along with Resurrection Christian, Eagle Ridge, Colorado Academy, Jefferson Academy, Lutheran, St. Mary's Academy, Alamosa, Delta, and Denver Science and Tech-College View.