Kathy Davis won a state softball title while at Keller High School, but she may have topped that accomplishment in her first year at Friends University in Wichita, Kansas.
During halftime of a basketball game, Davis hit a one-handed half-court shot as the buzzer sounded to win Chick-fil-A for a year.
Davis, who’s been playing softball most of her life, was selected thanks to a teammate. She had one minute to make a layup, free throw, 3-pointer and half-court shot.
“I decided that my softball throw would work best because I could actually get it there,” said Davis, who went from two hands to one hand on the final attempt.
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Davis said she made the layup in one attempt before sinking the free throw on the fourth try. She made a 3-pointer in three attempts before draining the buzzer beater on her seventh.
The Indians won back-to-back 6A state championships in 2016 and 2017. They finished 31-3-1 last season with a trip to the regional final, a fourth-straight appearance.
Davis signed with Friends last year as a senior. Friends went 26-24 and 15-7 in conference play last season.