WICHITA, Kan.--- Haysville Campus boys basketball holds on to its undefeated status against eighth seed Manhattan in the 6A state quarterfinals.
Haysville-Campus defeated Bishop Miege 64-59 in OT in the Championship game of the 77th Annual Tournament Of Champions in Dodge City on Saturday, January 25, 2020. (Photo: Everett Royer, www.ksportsimages.com)
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.