Salina Central Sweeps Haysville Campus
KSAL Staff - February 21, 2014 9:52 pm
Less than 24 hours after beating Andover, Salina Central kept their foot on the gas pedal on the way to a 78-30 rout of Haysville Campus.
The Mustangs would score the first 10 points of the game before Cheyenne Bosley’s free throw put an end to the run with 4:22 left in the first quarter. Central would lead after one 18-6. In the second quarter Salina Central would score 14 unanswered before another free throw broke the scoring drought for the Colts. Central led 40-11 at the half.
In the second half the Mustangs continued to distance themselves from the Colts like they have many opponents all season long. Central outscored Campus 20-10 in the third quarter and led at the end of three 60-21. Over the final eight minutes the Mustangs would add on 18 more points and win in dominating fashion 78-30.
Shaelyn Martin and Emily Wood had 17 points a piece for Salina Central. Cheyenne Bosley led all Campus scorers with 7 points. The Mustangs remain perfect on the year at 18-0 with the Colts dropping to 5-13 overall.
Without the services of Jordan McNelly in the boys game, Salina Central would start slow but finish strong defeating Haysville Campus 54-40.
Neither team could amount much offense in the first quarter with the Colts leading the Mustangs 7-6 after a quarter. Campus would push their lead to 11-6 with 6:05 left to go in the first half, but Central would find life offensively outscoring them 16-4 to close out the second quarter and lead at halftime 22-15.
With momentum in their favor the Mustangs kept pushing the tempo, outscoring the Colts 12-5 in the third quarter to lead 34-20 after three. Campus would battle back within single digits late in the fourth quarter, but the damage had already been done with Salina Central getting the win 54-40.
Treyton Hines led all scorers with 22 points. Tanner Robl added a career high 10 points. James Walker led Campus with 12 points with Noah Moody adding 11. Salina Central is now 10-8 overall with Campus dropping to 1-17.
The Mustangs will travel to Maize on Tuesday before wrapping up the regular season on Friday at home against Hutchinson.