Posted On: 06/24/21 8:16 PM

Topeka high schools graduated a group of seniors who had dominated the city for a couple of years. There will be a changing of the guard of sorts this year in the Capital City.

Here are some Topeka guards vying for bigger roles next season (in alphabetical order):

Quentin Adams, 5-foot-8 guard, 2023, Highland Park:

The lightning-quick lefty is showing this summer just how tough he can be to stop with the ball in his hands. He tears through defenses in the open court and gets deep with penetration. He has a runner and pull-up jumper, and he breaks down defenses, leaving other shooters open. Adams is equally quick and disruptive at the defensive end. He got some varsity action last year and will be ready for more.

Pearse Bowen, 5-foot-10 guard, 2023, Washburn Rural:

Bowen is getting good experience running the show for Kansas 94x50 Elite. He’s a tough and heady ball handler who directs traffic, handles on-ball pressure, and can score some. He has shown this summer the ability to knock down 3’s.

Isaiah Lyons, 5-foot-8 guard, 2024, Topeka West:

One of Bowen’s running mates with Kansas 94x50 Elite is the hard-nosed Lyons. He attacks with fearlessness and

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