WINDSOR, Colorado — You can bet there's a good chance we see this matchup again in the 4A boys basketball playoffs.
In what might have been a state championship preview on Tuesday night, No. 1 Windsor (10-1) took down No. 2 Longmont (9-2) by a score of 47-38 in a defensive struggle.
The game was tight throughout, with the Trojans jumping out to a 28-25 lead at halftime, but managing just 10 points in the second half. The Wizards won the final two quarters by a combined 13 points on their way to the win.
Windsor was led by Jaden Kennis with 17 points and Ben Hageman chipped in 13. Eddie Kurjak paced Longmont with a game-high 24.
While Windsor has the bragging rights for now, both teams have their eyes on a state championship, with the CHSAA 4A bracket set to be revealed at the end of the weekend.
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