Posted On: 02/20/21 8:58 PM

Check out these great performances from the Centennial League:

Tate Brown, junior, Manhattan:

The Indians eventually fell to Washburn Rural. But Brown was on fire in the first half, helping make the contest close to the end. Brown hit for 12 first half points and finished with 14.

Mateo HymanMateoHyman5'11" | CGTopeka | 2022StateKS and Ty HenryTyHenry6'3" | SGSeaman | 2022StateKS, juniors, Seaman:

This guard tandem can be downright dynamite at times. They were on Friday, combining for 43 points in a pretty balanced effort against Lansing. They have different skill sets, but are equally effective getting into the lane for shots, finding teammates, and handling the ball all over the court.

Howard JohnsonHowardJohnson5'11" | SGJunction City | 2022StateKS, junior, Junction City (pictured):

Finally healthy, Johnson got back to his impressive ways, racking up 18 points in a tough overtime win over Emporia Thursday. When at full strength, Johnson is a high-quality play-making guard. He can shoot from anywhere, create his own shot, get to the goal, and helps his team by rebounding, defending and finding open shooters. He came back with 15 against Topeka West on Saturday.

Jahi PeppersJahiPeppers5'9" | CGHighland Park | 2021StateKS, senior, Highland Park:

Somewhat quiet of late, the mercurial guard got back to his old

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