Keta Business College and Shama Senior High have won the 2020 Sprite Ball Championships, beating Mfantsipim and St. Louis SHS respectively in the boys and girls finals.
Mfantsipim School popularly referred to as Botwe was looking to make it 6 championship wins after making their 10 finals.
However, Keta Business College had other ideas as they beat them 48-40 at the El Wak Sports Stadium to win their first championship.
Kwabotwe lost twice Ketabusco in the competition – first the group stages where they lost 24-32 and then in the finals of the championship.
In the Girls Division, Western Region school, Shama Senior High School overcame all odds to conquer St. Louis SHS in the finals.
After defeating the defending champions, Kumasi Girls’ in the semifinals 23-17, Shama popularly referred to as SHASS beat their Ashanti Region opponents 15-14 to emerge as victors.
West Africa SHS place third
In a repeat of last year’s finals, West Africa Senior High School faced off with Mfantsipim School to seek qualification to this year’s finale.
Botwe edged pass the Wassarian in a keenly contested semifinal clash as they won 23-21 to set up the match with Keta Business College.
WASS met Prempeh College in the 3rd and 4th playoff game and won 25-15 to finish as the third-best team in this year’s Sprite Ball Championship.
Prempeh College in the semifinals lost to Keta Business College 25-33.