Posted On: 02/11/21 9:26 AM

Small school teams showed off Tuesday night, with some big wins and some big individual performances:

Landon Boss, sophomore, Osage City:

Boss is steadily rising as one of the top small-school sophomores in the state. The 6-foot-1 guard/forward has several 20-plus point outings this year. Tuesday he hit 7-10 from the line and finished with 21 points against Rossville.

Presley Bowers, junior, Centralia:

Centralia bounced back from a couple of tough losses against ranked schools Rock Creek and St. Marys to down Washington County on Tuesday. The 6-foot-2 Bowers had his highest point total of the year, going for 20 points. He’s grown his role a ton from his 6 points and 6 boards as a sophomore.

Neo Byrd, junior Riverside:

The 5-foot-9 Byrd is leading the Cyclones on a winning streak. They blew out Hiawatha Tuesday and are setting up for a nice improvement on their 7-15 finish a year ago. Byrd, a contributor as a sophomore, handles much of the ball handling and play calling, but he an also find shots for himself. Tuesday he poured in 20 points, a season high.

Carson Gilbert, junior, Hiawatha:

Gilbert has had several big outings for the Red Hawks. He was

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