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

Boys' basketball

The undefeated Crowley County boys' basketball team remained in the No. 1 position on the Class 2A poll. The Chargers are the only Santa Fe League team in the Top 10.

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

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

In Class 1A, Holly remained the top-ranked team and South Baca also represents the Arkansas Valley League at No. 7. Cheyenne Wells and Kit Carson represent the High Plains League at No. 5 and No. 9, respectively.

Following Holly are Peetz, Creede, Sangre de Cristo, Cheyenne Wells, Heritage Christian, South Baca, Longmont Christian, Kit Carson, and Sierra Grande.

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

Vanguard rose from seventh to fourth on the Class 3A poll.

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

Colorado Springs Christian is the only Tri-Peaks League team listed as "others receiving votes." Also in this category are Faith Christian, Colorado Academy, Resurrection Christian, Arrupe Jesuit, Bayfield, Lutheran, Roaring Fork, and The Pinnacle.

Girls' basketball

Following its loss to Fowler last week, the Swink High School girls' basketball team fell from second to third on the Class 2A poll.

Yuma remains at the top of the rankings, followed by Wray, Swink, Del Norte, Limon, Holyoke, Paonia, Haxtun, Simla, and Ignacio.

Listed as "others receiving votes" are Denver Christian, Lyons, Soroco, Evangelical Christian, Highland, Akron, Meeker, Clear Creek, Ellicott, Sanford, Burlington, and Center.

In Class 1A, Kim/Branson also made a drop from second to third. Holly and Springfield also represent the Arkansas Valley League in the No. 6 and No. 7 positions, respectively. Kit Carson of the High Plains League remains the top-ranked team, and La Veta represents the Fisher's Peak League at No. 10.

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

McClave and Cheraw are mentioned as "others receiving votes," along with Eads, Sierra Grande, North Park, Wiley, Cotopaxi, and Belleview Christian.

Three teams from the Tri-Peaks League remain in the Top 10 on the Class 3A poll. St. Mary's is still first, Colorado Springs Christian rose from third to second and Lamar stayed at No. 5.

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

Manitou Springs is on the "others receiving votes" list, along with Jefferson Academy, Lutheran, Moffat County, Grand Valley, Delta, Alamosa, St. Mary's Academy, University, and Denver Science and Tech-College View.