Posted On: 12/23/20 3:21 PM

A smattering of games were played during Christmas week, with some notable holiday highlights:

Kurtis BeckKurtisBeck6'4" | PFNemaha Central | 2022StateKS, and Marcus Beck, seniors, Nemaha Central:

The 6-foot-4 twins have been coming up big in the early season. Last week it was Kurtis pouring 21 points (including 9-9 from the line) against Hiawatha. Tuesday, Marcus went for 24 in a big win over Sabetha.

Bray Davies, senior, Riverside:

The 5-foot-9 senior has been taking it to northeast Kansas foes all season. He finished the semester with a 21-point outing against Hiawatha. He hit four 3-pointers and 5-6 from the line.

Maddox DeckerMaddoxDecker5'9" | PGSanta Fe Trail | 2021StateKS, senior, Santa Fe Trail:

Decker is averaging 22.25 points per game. He poured in 33 in a runaway victory over the NEK Saints.

Brady KlotzBradyKlotz6'4" | SFRoyal Valley | 2022StateKS, junior, Royal Valley:

It’s usually Nahcs WahwassuckNahcsWahwassuck6'5" | CGRoyal Valley | 2022StateKS grabbing the headlines for Royal Valley. But Tuesday, the rugged 6-foot-4 Klotz tallied his season high 17 points in a tough win over Holton.

Trey Harmison, junior, Riley County:

The 6-foot junior put in 17 against Silver Lake last week. He followed that up with 21 in a win against Beloit Tuesday.

Parker StoneParkerStone6'1" | CGPerry-Lecompton | 2021StateKS, senior, Perry-Lecompton (pictured):

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