Posted On: 12/31/20 9:55 AM

The Flint Hills League was dominated in the first month by two teams – Osage City and Lyndon. At the holiday break, the league feature some standout performers, particularly from those two teams:

Landon Boss, sophomore, Osage City:

Boss is no revelation as a sophomore. He averaged 12.2 points and 6 boards as a freshman. But he’s taken his game to a whole new level for the 5-0 Indians this year. He already has games of 36, 26 and 22, and has yet to be held under 16. Boss is establishing himself as one of the top sophomores in the small school ranks.

Gunnar Fort, senior, Osage City:

While Boss is a making a name for himself as a sophomore, Fort is reestablishing himself as one of the top players in the Flint Hills League after a year’s absence due to injury. He was the Indians’ leading scorer as a sophomore. Now as a senior, he’s showing he hasn’t lost a thing. Like Boss, Fort has yet to be held under 16 in a contest, and he has games of 27 against Santa Fe Trail and 20 against Central Heights.

Luke Detwiler, senior, Lyndon:

3-0 Lyndon is stacked. They don’t

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