Posted On: 02/10/21 1:03 AM

It is time for the second installation of the stock risers of a smaller high school in MN. It is about the halfway point of the season, and these are the players we think have had the best years so far at small schools.

 

#1 - Senior, Red Lake Falls- (16 G, 12 A- 28 points)

Kennett is having a phenomenal senior season; he is third in the state for points with 28 and that is good for an average of 3.11 points per game. Kennett has always put up these types of numbers- his sophomore year he had 61 points, junior year an outstanding 98 points. He is consistent with his numbers, that is what is leading to his stock to keep rising. Zak deserves the chance to play at the next level even if it is just juniors; he has had such a great career to not get recognized. Making section final or state will improve his chances to get eyes on him.

 

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#2 Tyler Hennen- Sophomore, Kittson Central- (14 G, 9 A- 23 points)

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