Kevin Puryear (left), of Blue Springs South High School, and Tyler Johnson (right), of Leavenworth High School, were winners of the DiRenna Award as the top high school basketball players in the Kansas City area on April 9 during a ceremony at the Ritz Charles in Overland Park. Between the winners is Dr. James DiRenna Jr., the son of man who established the award. The winners are chosen by the Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association, which announced the awards during the association’s All-Star Challenge Awards Show.
Kevin Puryear (left), of Blue Springs South High School, and Tyler Johnson (right), of Leavenworth High School, were winners of the DiRenna Award as the top high school basketball players in the Kansas City area on April 9 during a ceremony at the Ritz Charles in Overland Park. Between the winners is Dr. James DiRenna Jr., the son of man who established the award. The winners are chosen by the Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association, which announced the awards during the association’s All-Star Challenge Awards Show. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star
Kevin Puryear (left), of Blue Springs South High School, and Tyler Johnson (right), of Leavenworth High School, were winners of the DiRenna Award as the top high school basketball players in the Kansas City area on April 9 during a ceremony at the Ritz Charles in Overland Park. Between the winners is Dr. James DiRenna Jr., the son of man who established the award. The winners are chosen by the Greater Kansas City Basketball Coaches Association, which announced the awards during the association’s All-Star Challenge Awards Show. ALLISON LONG The Kansas City Star

Leavenworth’s Tyler Johnson and Blue Springs South’s Kevin Puryear win DiRenna Awards

April 09, 2015 09:33 PM

UPDATED April 09, 2015 10:39 PM

More Videos

  • Jenna Gray on helping Stanford volleyball to Final Four in KC

    Former St. James Academy volleyball players Audriana Fitzmorris and Jenna Gray will lead Stanford into the NCAA Final Four on Thursday at the Sprint Center in KC.