Posted On: 12/11/20 1:24 PM

In a game that went back and forth all night, the Liberty vs Basehor matchup featured a ton of college level talent, great coaching, and a post season level of competitiveness. Liberty came on top late by 7, lets take a look at some of the notables from last nights big time competition. 

 

Top Performers 

2022, 6’4 G Jordan BrownJordanBrown6'3" | SGBasehor-Linwood | 2022StateKS, Basehor-Linwood: Brown put on an absolute scoring clinic finishing with a game high 41 points, dropping an incredible 30 points in the first half. He made a living from behind the arc hitting contested 3 after contested 3 on really good defenders, but he also showed some more of the repertoire, finishing in the mid range game and getting to the foul line. Brown’s stock continues to rise, and last night’s offensive performance will put many more on notice.

 

2022 6’4 G Bennett Stirtz, Liberty: Stirtz is an all around rock solid guard and can play the lead guard and off ball spots. He rebounded the ball extremely well and was a physical throughout the evening getting to the foul line and putting the Bobat defense in tough spots. Stirtz put up

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