Monthly Archives: November 2014

PG Barber Expected to Have Big Year for Topeka High

After a solid junior season as the Trojans’ starting point guard, Josh Barber is expected to have a big senior year. Barber has been impressing coaches, teammates, and opponents in the offseason. “I expect Josh to have a really big year,” Topeka High assistant coach Robbie Sanders said. “He’s worked very...
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2016 Keith Ready to Take Over at PG for Scots

The Highland Park Scots will have four new starters this season after a successful senior class graduated. One of their new faces will be junior point guard Malik Keith, a crafty ballhandler, who has the ability to knock down shots and find his teammates while providing solid leadership. “I’ve been...
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Whitlock Returns For Experienced Trojans

Duncan Whitlock is one of eight seniors returning for Topeka High and he believes their experience will give them an edge. “We have lots of development and growth and experience on the team this year,” Whitlock said. “I feel like it will benefit us in a positive way against teams...
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SG Miller Signs With Central Missouri

Seaman shooting guard Joe Miller signed a letter of intent with the University of Central Missouri on Wednesday at a ceremony at his school, which was attended by over 50 people including family members, teammates, students, and coaches on the last day of the early signing period. “It felt really...
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“We Not Me” Documentary Looking for Supporters

Topeka filmmaker Adrian Herrera is looking for supporters to help him complete “We Not Me”, a documentary about the Highland Park basketball team. Herrera, a two-time state champion and two-time all-city pick during while playing at Highland Park (2005-08), is aiming to complete the film by the end of December....
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