Posted On: 12/30/20 9:33 AM

At the holiday break, some of the top teams in the Centennial League feature some standout performers:

Tre AlexanderTreAlexander6'3" | CGTopeka West | 2021StateKS, senior, Topeka West:

The early favorite for player of the year in the league is certainly the 6-foot-3 senior. The Chargers rose to #4 in the state in the most recent poll, and while West has a deep and diverse lineup, Alexander has been the unquestioned leader. At the break, he is averaging 28.8 points and 7.8 rebounds per outing.

Jack HutchinsonJackHutchinson5'11" | CGHayden | 2021StateKS, senior, Washburn Rural:

Without question, senior Joe BerryJoeBerry6'4" | CGWashburn Rural | 2021StateKS is the leader and rock for the Junior Blues. But Hutchinson has been providing a consistent spark and the most points for the 3-1 Junior Blues. After tallying just 6 in the season opener, Hutchinson has 16 against Highland Park, 16 against Hayden and 24 (all in the second half!) against Seaman.

Howard JohnsonHowardJohnson5'11" | SGJunction City | 2022StateKS, junior, Junction City (pictured):

The 3-1 Blue Jays seem to have a different player step up each game. But the one constant is Johnson, a score-first guard who can hit from deep, penetrate and finish on the break. Johnson has games of 24 against Seaman, 20 against Hayden and

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