Posted On: 05/23/21 5:46 PM

Graduations are happening across the state. A handful of the top players from the class of 2021 will continue their basketball careers at the next level. Some will choose to play other sports, or pursue other interests. But regardless, they have left important marks on the Kansas basketball landscape.

Washburn Rural’s Joe Berry Joe Berry 6'4" | CG Washburn Rural | 2021 State KS and Topeka West’s Tre Alexander Tre Alexander 6'3" | CG Topeka West | 2021 State KS and Marque Wilkerson Marque Wilkerson 6'1" | SG Topeka West | 2021 State KS were the players of the year in the Centennial League. There were some other great seniors in the league last year, guys like Charles Snyder Charles Snyder 6'5" | PF Emporia | 2021 State KS from Emporia, Corey Powell Corey Powell 6'4" | PF Highland Park | 2021 State KS from Highland Park, and Jalen Smith Jalen Smith 6'2" | SG Topeka High | 2021 State KS from Topeka High.

But there were other seniors who finished their high school careers in style and made their schools proud.

Here are a few faithful seniors from the Centennial League:

Owen Braxmeyer Owen Braxmeyer 6'1" | CG Manhattan | 2021 State KS , 6-foot-1 guard, Manhattan:

Braxmeyer was the lone returner from a great team loaded with seniors in 2020. He faced defenses loaded up to stop him as a senior. Braxmeyer is a versatile baller who could get points in a variety of ways. He had to carry a lot of weight, and he responded with 17.1 points and

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