Posted On: 01/29/21 1:06 PM

The 2020 season (Season A) was strange and unusual in many ways, but the high school teams in Colorado made it through. With champions crowned in all classifications and more football in Season C approaching on the horizon, we’re going league-by-league and taking a look back at how things shook out and some of the many football players in Colorado who shined despite having to battle unprecedented and difficult circumstances.

Let’s kick things off with the 5A Jeffco League.

What happened in the league in Season A?

The Pomona Panthers (7-1) ran the table in the Jeffco, finishing the regular season with a 5-0 conference record. On the season, the Panthers outscored their eight opponents 239-114, which includes a 35-7 loss to eventual Class 5A state champion Cherry Creek in the state semifinals. Pomona also led the league in rushing yards (2,125) and total yards (2,517).

Ralston Valley and Columbine tied for runners-up in the standings. Ralston Valley was the league’s top passing team, while Columbine’s defense was excellent, allowing an average of just 13.7 points per game and leading the league in sacks (18) and interceptions (9).

A few players

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