Posted On: 01/3/21 9:02 AM

Several members of the North Central Kansas League are off to hot starts, thanks in large part to some highly talented performers:

Kaleb BeckerKalebBecker6'4" | SFAbiline | 2022StateKS, junior, Abilene (pictured):

The #3 ranked Cowboys lost a tough opener to Rock Creek, but have weather each test since. Becker has been consistent and versatile. He posted 19 against Rock Creek and has been good for at least 15 in each outing.

Avery BrysonAveryBryson6'2" | SFAbilene | 2021StateKS, senior, Abilene:

The 6-foot-3 guard has been an outstanding sidekick for Becker, doing some of everything. He can score from anywhere on the floor and is tough on the boards. Like Becker, he has been consistently productive offensively, with 17 against Southeast of Saline and 14 against Rock Creek.

Tanner HechtTannerHecht6'5" | CGWamego | 2021StateKS, senior, Wamego:

The scoring machine has gotten off to a predictably great start for the Red Raiders. He’s only been held below 20 points once so far – 19 against Sabetha. He drilled five 3-pointers against Atchison to finish with a season-high 32.

Gavin Pieschl, senior, Marysville:

Marysville is getting a lot of balanced production and keeps rolling with four wins before the break. Pieschl is taking up the slack for a lot of

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