Posted On: 01/28/20 11:53 AM

There are some small-school players who are deserving of a lot of respect, but because their teams aren’t in the state rankings, they are flying a bit under the radar. Here are some players in northeast Kansas who need to be recognized:

Cameron Heiman, senior, Northern Heights:

The 5-foot-10 senior started the season with a series of 20-plus point efforts and was leading the area with a 25-point per-game average. He’s slowed down a bit, but went off for 26 against Council Grove last week.

Gabe Garber, senior, Sabetha:

The 5-foot-10 multi-sport star has been a scoring machine for the Blue Jays. Earlier this season, he went off for 34 against Wamego, and last week he scored more than half his team’s points (55) in a 29-point outburst against Rock Creek.

Tanner Hecht, junior, Wamego:

The 6-foot-5 versatile Hecht has had some big outings, like his 26 points against Chapman. He averages about 17 points and 8 rebounds a contest for the Red Raiders.

Andrew Berckefeldt, senior, Santa Fe Trail:

Another guy who gets after it on the glass as well as scoring a lot of points is the 6-foot-1 senior Berckefeldt. He averages more than

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