Haysville Campus boys put on a show versus Manhattan in 6A State Tournament
Haysville Campus boys basketball holds on to its undefeated status against eighth seed Manhattan in the 6A state quarterfinals.
The Colts took the lead out of the gate and never looked back on the Indians, ultimately getting the 66-50 win.
Campus had 21 fast break points and 10 second chance points but no help from the bench. Sterling Gaston-Chapman had a game-high 26 points and 6 rebounds, TriShawn Warrior followed him up with 14 points. Thomas King came away with 9 boards and 10 points. Keither Florence pulled out a KILLER 360 dunk to put his stamp on the game.
The 3's weren't dropping for the Colts though, only 2-14 but the team did hit 70 percent from the line and over 47% shooting from the field.
With KSHSAA canceling the remainder of the state basketball tournaments, Campus will not have a chance to continue its state title run. This semifinal game against Manhattan is the last competition of the season.