Posted On: 12/12/20 8:53 AM

With the season fully in swing, some names are becoming quite notable around the Capital City.

Isiah JohnsonIsiahJohnson5'10" | CGShawnee Heights | 2021StateKS, senior, Shawnee Heights:

Johnson was a one-man scoring machine against Tonganoxie Friday night. He hit for 7 points in the first quarter. Then he came back with a remarkable 14 points in the third period. He finished with 10 buckets, including five 3-pointers, plus 7-8 from the line, to finish with 32 in the victory.

Harvey Davis, senior, Shawnee Heights:

Davis was his usual steady self, putting in 10 points in the win over Tonganoxie.

Micah Kobuszewski, senior, Seaman:

The sharpshooter finally found the range in the Vikings third game of the season. He hit two 3-pointers and finished with 14 as the Vikings picked up their first win of the year.

Kaeden BonnerKaedenBonner6'0" | SGSeaman | 2023StateKS, sophomore, Seaman:

Bonner turned in a big first game with 15, then sat the Vikings’ second game with an ankle injury. He played a big role in getting the Vikings their first win with 10 points Friday.

Marque Wilkerson, senior, Topeka West:

Everyone knew Tre AlexanderTreAlexander6'3" | CGTopeka West | 2021StateKS and Elijah BrooksElijahBrooks6'2" | CGTopeka West | 2022StateKS would lead the Chargers. But no one knew just how big

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