NCC has three in 1A field

Top-ranked Limon played only four regular-season games, missing its final two against Wray and Holyoke due to several COVID-19 cases in the Limon schools.
However, the Badgers return to in-person school just in time this week to get in some practices and open the playoffs on Saturday.
And they still might end up playing both Holyoke and Wray.
The Badgers for sure will play Holyoke, as they will host the eighth-seed Dragons at 1 p.m. Saturday. Holyoke finished the regular season 4-1, picking up a non-conference game against Rye last week and cruising to a 56-0 win.
Wray finished the regular season 5-1. The Eagles are the fourth seed and host fifth-seed Hotchkiss on Saturday at 12 noon. The winner of that game will get the Limon-Holyoke winner.
The other side of the bracket has second-seed Strasburg hosting seventh-seed Meeker, and third-seed Florence hosting sixth-seed Centauri.
Some other teams in northeast Colorado also are in the playoffs.
Sedgwick County remains the standard-bearer in 8-man as the undefeated Cougars begin their quest Saturday for a sixth-straight championship against eighth-seed Crowley County. Merino also is in the 8-man playoffs as the sixth seed, traveling to third-seed Fowler on Saturday.
Sterling has become a power recently in 2A football. The defending state champions are the second seed and host seventh-seed Lamar on Saturday. The Patriot League continues to dominate the classification with four teams in the eight-team field. Resurrection Christian is the top seed, Platte Valley the third and Eaton the fifth.
Also, Fort Morgan has made the 3A field as the eighth seed, traveling to top-seed Roosevelt in Johnstown on Saturday.