Defending 4A champion left the door open in the quarterfinal round — Josh Dunkle and Joel Salomon both lost — but it wasn’t Thompson Valley that was able to walk through, suffering tough losses of their own.
Instead, it was Pueblo South that took advantage, vaulting into first with 60 points, just .5 ahead of the Wizards. Thompson Valley slipped back to seventh place with 36.5 points.
Broomfield (46.5), Montrose (41.5), Pueblo Central (41) and Discovery Canyon (37.5) also moved up the ladder.
Seventh is the same position Loveland is in in 5A after three Indians advanced to tonight’s finals. And Berthoud moved up to 13th (26) by going five-for-five in the morning session.
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