Posted On: 12/30/20 2:06 PM

Centennial League clubs have relied upon strong support players in the early going:

Jack BachelorJackBachelor6'0" | CGWashburn Rural | 2023StateKS, sophomore, Washburn Rural (pictured):

Bachelor is the consummate supporting cast player as a sophomore. He gives the Junior Blues solid, trustworthy ball handling and passing, and a diverse scoring skill set. He consistently provides 7 to 10 points per contest, with solid fundamentals and unselfishness. There will be bigger days ahead for Bachelor, but for now he is a rock solid complementary piece for the 3-1 Junior Blues.

Jake Muller, sophomore, Hayden:

Like Bachelor, Muller does whatever the Wildcats need. His energy and athleticism are a spark, particularly at the defensive end and in transition. His last two outings, Muller has begun to take on some of the scoring load, with 15 against Washburn Rural and 14 against Junction City.

Jahi PeppersJahiPeppers5'9" | CGHighland Park | 2021StateKS, senior, Highland Park:

Peppers tends to be viewed as the third option for Highland Park, but as the team is slow out of the gate, it is Peppers providing most of the spark. He tallied 24 in a heart-breaking double OT loss at Seaman. Peppers is ultra-quick on the drive, can get out for runaways, and is a pain

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