Posted On: 03/11/19 10:36 PM

SALINA, Kan. — The Kansas 4A state championships saw a host of players make a name for themselves on the state’s biggest stage in Salina.

Here, Prep Hoops takes a look at several of the most versatile players who raised their profile in Salina.

Michael Aylward, 5’11, G, 2019, Chanute

A terrific 3-point shooter and tough competitor, Aylward had a terrific performance in the Blue Comets quarterfinal loss to Trinity on Thursday in Salina, knocking down three 3-pointers and scored 13 points to tie for team high in points scored. He added a steals and three rebounds while going 5 for 9 from the floor.

Corbett Kimberlin, 6’0, G, 2019, Chanute

Kimberlin has earned a reputation as one of the state’s top perimeter shooters throughout his high school career and put together a huge first quarter for the Blue Comets on Wednesday, scoring 10 points and helping Chanute open a four-point halftime lead. He finished with two 3-pointers in the loss, but showed a strong all-around game, handling a lot of his team’s point guard duties, getting on the boards and finished the game with five rebounds and seven assists. His

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