Posted On: 02/20/21 8:36 PM

As the weather warmed up, these northeast Kansans got hot (in alphabetical order):

Keaton Bassett, senior, Oskaloosa:

Though the Bears fell to Jackson Heights, Bassett’s effort deserves to be recognized. He knocked down 10 shots, including five triples to record 30 points in the defeat.

Jason Bosley, junior, Jackson Heights:

Offensively challenged no longer, the Cobras are starting to really roll. Bosley is probably the biggest reason why. He has suddenly found the touch, with 20-plus points in each of the last three games. Over the past three games, he has knocked down 13 three-pointers. He scored 20 in a loss to Valley Falls, then had 26 and 20 in wins over Oskaloosa and McLouth.

Isaac Detweiler, sophomore, Axtell:

The high-scoring sophomore just continues to impress. Axtell picked up two big wins last week, with the lights-out shooting of the 5-foot-9 guard leading the way. He hit four 3-pointers in a 51-50 win over Troy, then blistered Blue Valley-Randolph with five 3’s en route to 23 points. He hit 4-4 free throws in each game.

Jim Dorsey, junior Wellsville:

Dorsey is really making something of his junior season and will earn some post-season honors. He continues to add to his

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