Posted On: 01/4/21 9:49 AM

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

Isaac Detweiler, sophomore, Axtell:

Axtell wasn’t able to get many games in before the break, but they are respected highly enough to be ranked #7 in 1A Div 2. The 5-foot-9 sophomore assumed leadership of the club after it lost some key players to graduation. The shifty guard scored 10 points per game last year, as well as getting the ball to the veteran scorers.

Raef Osterhaus, junior, Centralia:

The Panthers are rated #8 in 1A, largely due to returning a ton of players from their 15-10 season a year ago. Osterhaus has thus far been a reliable scorer. He put in 13 against Nemaha Central, then doubled that with 26 in a big win over Hanover.

Jarik Weiche, senior, Clifton-Clyde:

Clifton-Clyde bolted out of the gate with a 5-0 mark. The 6-foot Weiche is a strong rebounder and has had good scoring games, including 12 against Wakefield and 14 against Troy.

Trent Spiker, junior, Doniphan West:

The multi-sport star Spiker has turned his attention to basketball and is helping the Mustangs improve on their 5-16 mark from a

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