Posted On: 01/22/20 6:46 PM

Six-foot-10 Mahtomedi center Cole Chapman and the Zephyrs have played to a .500 level so far this season.  Can they take the next step?  We asked the senior about that today.

"All that really matters to the guys and myself is winning, and we believe we've got the talent to start really doing some big stuff on the court," the Zephyrs center said.  

Through a dozen games the Zephyrs have won six with losses to some solid teams and wins over squads the Zephyrs should beat.  There have been some injury setbacks but things could turn soon. 

"(The season's) had its ups and downs," Chapman said.  "The injuries have caused a lot of issues for the team, but we have a lot of great guys who have stepped up recently and were looking to get better with every practice and every game."

Cole cares about one thing and that's winning.  That's the goal.  And he thinks a way to help the team win through an individual goal is by collections in the paint. 

"I just want to win. I want to make my teammates better. But if I did have one stat goal it would be for a few 20

Minnesota All Access Pass

Subscribe to Prep Hoops Minnesota to get access to all premium articles and prospect rankings for as little as $2 per week!