Girls Basketball: All-Colorado 7 teams

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Junior DeMe Moore (43) averaged a team-high 9.9 points and 6.1 rebounds for a Vista PEAK girls basketball team that finished 18-8 overall and second place in the Colorado 7 conference in the 2015-16 season. Moore is one of three Bison to received second team All-Colorado 7 honors in voting by league coaches. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)
Junior DeMe Moore (43) averaged a team-high 9.9 points and 6.1 rebounds for a Vista PEAK girls basketball team that finished 18-8 overall and second place in the Colorado 7 conference in the 2015-16 season. Moore is one of three Bison to received second team All-Colorado 7 honors in voting by league coaches. (Photo by Courtney Oakes/Aurora Sentinel)

AURORA | Selections from Vista PEAK and others (Alameda, Elizabeth, Englewood, Fort Lupton, Fort Morgan, Skyview and Weld Central) on the All-Colorado 7 League girls basketball teams for the 2015-16 season:

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2015-16 ALL-COLORADO 7 GIRLS BASKETBALL TEAMS

FIRST TEAM

Other selections: Olivia Whitworth, jr., Elizabeth; Ty Lucas, sr., Englewood; Haley Lewis, soph., Fort Morgan; Jillian Shew, sr., Skyview; Kelli Carlson, sr., Weld Central

Most Valuable Player: Olivia Whitworth, Elizabeth. Coach of the Year: Jamie Schmalz, Elizabeth

SECOND TEAM

Aurora selections: Kierra Cox, soph., Jaylynn Johnson, sr. and DeMe Moore, jr., Vista PEAK

Other selections: Rachel Rucker, soph., Elizabeth; Georgie Hearon, sr., Fort Lupton; Llindsey Nestor, sr., Fort Morgan; Monique Esquibel, jr., Skyview

Final Colorado 7 standings: 1. Elizabeth (16-7 overall, 12-2 in league); 2. VISTA PEAK (18-5, 12-2); 3. Fort Morgan (11-12, 10-4); 4. Weld Central (13-10, 9-5); 5. Skyview (12-11, 7-7); 6. Englewood (8-15, 4-10); 7. Fort Lupton (4-19, 2-12); 8. Alameda (4-19, 2-12)