Posted On: 04/19/21 5:04 PM

The Centennial League will turn over a ton of talent this off-season, leaving lots of opportunities next year.

Of note, Topeka West and Season will make 2021-2022 their last in the Centennial League. Both will join the United Kansas Conference the next season. You know both of those schools, which return a ton of talent, would love to bid farewell to the league by exiting with a championship.

Here’s a look back, and a look forward, for the Centennial League:

Top Team: Topeka West

The Chargers lived up to their lofty expectations. West finished 21-3 and only the loaded Maize team kept them from a 5A title. Coach Rick Bloomquist made public a bout with cancer late in the season, so you know the kids wanted that championship bad for their beloved leader. They were led by a couple of superstar seniors, were guard-rich, and could win in a variety of styles.

League Player of the Year: Marque Wilkerson Marque Wilkerson 6'1" | SG Topeka West | 2021 State KS

Talk about coming out of nowhere. Wilkerson was just a nice piece on the loaded Chargers. But then he blew up into a star. The 6-foot-1 senior was a multi-positional threat. He could play point or wing, or move

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