Celtics Get Another Win At Kingwood

For Jonathan Campbell's Carolina Celtics team this weekend has seen its ups and downs. Thus far undefeated in the tourney the Celtics coach has seen two players suffer injuries including Top 100 prospect Kenneth Manigault (pictured) but they've still battled and find themselves in elite status in the event's final day. Come inside and get the latest on the Celtics.

The Carolina Celtics have been dealt some blows during their time in Houston Texas this weekend but coach Jonathan Campbell's team continues to answer the bell each time out. The Celtics have gone undefeated thus far and still remain focused on their next opponent before they even think about a championship.

The Celtics were playing in the Elite 8 round of the 17U Platinum Championship against the Dallas Heroes. Campbell saw recent Top 100 prospect PG Kenny Manigault go down with a sprained ankle and PG Joe McNeely suffer a cut that required 10 stitches yesterday. The resilient squad has managed to find ways to win and took the court against the Dallas Heroes. It would be another scrap for the Celtics but they managed to pull through with a 65-60 win over the Heroes. The win moves the Celtics into the Final Four at the Kingwood Classic where they will next play Team Jones out of Oregon. Team Jones features E.J. Singler who is the younger brother of current Duke star Kyle Singler.

More to come with SCPrepNation.com on just how the Celtics fare in the Final Four of the Kingwood Classic so stay tuned!

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