The brackets for the Class 5A and 4A boys and girls basketball state tournaments were released on Sunday.
Overland, Regis Jesuit, Eaglecrest and ThunderRidge each earned No. 1 seeds in the 5A boys tournament. Each of those teams, save for Eaglecrest, were ranked No. 1 in CHSAANow.com's poll at some point this season.
No. 2 seeds in 5A boys include Mountain Vista, Legend, Dakota Ridge and Rangeview.
The Continental League, viewed by many as the toughest in the state, ended up with six teams getting first-round byes, including No. 3 seeds Chaparral and Rock Canyon. The other No. 3s are Fort Collins and George Washington.
Also getting byes in the first round were No. 4 seeds Cherokee Trail, Rampart, Grand Junction and Fossil Ridge.
Defending champion Denver East drew a No. 6 seed, and opens at home against No. 11 Fairview.
On the 5A girls side, Highlands Ranch, Broomfield, ThunderRidge and Monarch earned the No. 1 seeds.
The No. 2s are Cherry Creek, Rampart, Lakewood and Arapahoe.
Also receiving first round byes are No. 3 seeds Grand Junction, Ralston Valley, Grandview and Denver East; as well as No. 4 seeds Legacy, Westminster, Pine Creek and Fossil Ridge.
Two-time defending 5A champion Regis Jesuit is a No. 6 seed, and plays No. 11 Pomona in the first round.
In 4A girls, Canon City, Pueblo West, D'Evelyn and Holy Family were the No. 1 seeds. The No. 2s are Pueblo South, Palisade, Sand Creek and Valor Christian.
Defending champion Mesa Ridge is a No. 5 seed and will play No. 4 Silver Creek to open the tournament.
The 4A boys field is led by No. 1 seeds Longmont, Golden, Holy Family and Denver South.
Valor Christian, Air Academy, Sierra and Pueblo West are No. 2 seeds.
Pueblo East, the defending champion, missed the 4A field.