Posted On: 02/26/20 3:38 PM

The regular season is winding down for two teams that might not advance far come playoff time. But for Seaman and Junction City, building for the future is already underway.

Here are some takeaways from Junction City’s 67-56 win over Seaman:

Qua’vez Humphrey is an athletic and competitive monster:

The 6-foot-4 senior is smooth and plays with patience. But occasionally he flashes elite athleticism and fire. Look no further than the drive he made along the baseline just seconds ahead of the second quarter buzzer. Knowing time was running out, he sliced between a couple of defenders and rose above the traffic, twisted and stuffed a one-handed jam. Humphrey, who tallied 15 points Tuesday, will play football at Butler County next year, and has loads of athleticism for the job.

Chris Dixon is another freak for Junction City:

Dixon is a 6-foot-4 shooter. He completely destroyed Seaman’s comeback bid in the fourth quarter when he converted a three-point play, then buried two 3-pointers on a one-man 9-0 run. He finished with six 3-pointers and led all scorers with 21 points.

Junction City has another scoring threat in Howard Johnson:

The sophomore made three 3-pointers in the second half to finish

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