Posted On: 12/29/20 2:46 PM

The top teams in the Big Seven League got key contributions from a supporting cast:

Landon Baker, senior, Nemaha Central:

While Kurtis and Marcus Beck are the headliners, the 6-foot Baker is playing a key role for the 3-1 Thunder. He tallied 14 against Centralia and 13 against Hiawatha.

Gunnar Ball, sophomore, Perry-Lecompton:

The 3-3 Kaws have several upperclassmen leading the charge, including Parker StoneParkerStone6'1" | CGPerry-Lecompton | 2021StateKS, Brad Robb and Kaden Doleman. But the 6-foot-1 sophomore Ball is playing a big role, including scoring significant buckets. He went for 18 against Wellsville, 15 against Riverside, and 11 against Jefferson West.

Carson Brading, senior, Jefferson West:

The 3-2 Tigers benefit from the leadership of big men Garrett AthonGarrettAthon6'4" | CJefferson West | 2021StateKS and Josh BroxtermanJoshBroxterman6'2" | PFJefferson West | 2021StateKS. But the 5-foot-10 Brading is playing an important role handling the ball, guiding the offense and popping from distance. The senior scored a season-high 19 against Hiawatha with five 3-pointers. He had 12 against Silver Lake, and at least 8 in every game.

Brayden Chalfant, senior, Riverside:

There are several important members of the 3-2 Cyclones playing important supporting roles to leading scorer Bray Davies. Chalfont is just one of those. He tallied 13 against Doniphan

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