Posted On: 01/11/21 11:24 AM

Basketball is back for teams all over northeast Kansas. Here are some of the top performances in the area (in alphabetical order):

Jordan Barnard, senior, Olpe:

Barnard helped lead the loaded Eagles out of the break with 24 points against Burlingame, including three 3-pointers. The 6-foot-1 senior is having quite a year and the 24-point outing is his high mark thus far.

Gavin Cornelison, senior, Frankfort:

Cornelison fought valiantly in a tough loss to Hanover. He produced 25 points – his high for the season – partially by going 9-11 from the line. The 6-foot senior had his third 20-point outing and has scored at least 14 in every contest.

Jimmy Dorsey, junior, Wellsville:

A player who hasn’t attracted much attention thus far is earning it in a big way thus far. The 6-foot-5 junior Dorsey has lit up opponents for multiple three-pointers in numerous outings. He had four in a runaway win over Anderson County en route to 23 points. His combination of height and range will be something to watch the rest of the season.

Gunnar Fort, senior, Osage City:

The Indians suffered their first loss of the season, a bitter 49-40 defeat to the deep and talented

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