Posted On: 02/21/20 12:10 PM

People like to say “It’s not how you start, but how you finish.” There are some small-school performers from northeast Kansas who are finishing the season strong, coming on as key performers as their roles grow.

As teams head into playoff time, these emerging performers are guys to watch:

Colby Arnold, senior, Centralia:

The 6-foot-2 senior finishing the season with some consistent output after having an up-and-down scoring line for the Panthers. Over his last four outings he scored 14 in games again St. Marys, Clifton-Clyde and BV Randolph, and 13 against Valley Heights.

Gavin Cornelius, junior, Frankfort:

The all-sport star averages about 12 points per contest, but recently he scored 24 against Axtell and 16 against Onaga.

Jason Bosley, sophomore, Jackson Heights:

The sophomore has stepped into a leadership role of late, popping for 16 versus Valley Falls and 15 against Atchison County.

Blake Farmer, senior, Perry-Lecompton:

No stranger to big performances, the 6-foot-7 Farmer has recently taken his production to a consistently high level. Averaging about 11 points per game, over his last four games, Farmer tallied 17 against Holton, 16 against Sabetha, 18 against Nemaha Central, and this week had his first 20-plus outing with

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