Posted On: 03/18/21 10:30 PM

Players in the far western part of Kansas often play without a lot of fanfare. Several really good players just saw their high school careers come to a close without much media attention.

The list is long of seniors who deserve to be celebrated, but here are a few:

Manny Chavez, Leoti

Chavez’ team finished just 13-8, with an early exit from substate. But Chavez was tough as a senior, both on the football field and the basketball court for Leoti-Wichita County. He accounted for 19.8 points and 8 rebounds a game this season.

Brady Frickey, Ellis:

A second-team 2A selection as a junior, Frickey is going to garner a lot of notoriety again. The Railroaders finished 17-6, losing to the #1 ranked team in 2A, Hoxie, in the sub-state final. The 5-foot-10 Frickey did it all for the Railroaders, scoring 19.2 points, while also grabbing 5.2 boards and dishing 2.6 assists per game.

Ethan Means, Stockton:

Stockton finished just 10-12, but they rolled through their sub-state. They lost in the first round of state to Ness City. The 6-foot-3 senior put up a couple of big scoring games, and he did some of everything for the Tigers. He averaged

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