Tigers work Sheriff's Youth Football Camp

From June 29 - July 1, the Chesapeake Sheriff's Office ran a free football camp for Chesapeake Middle School children between the ages of 10 and 14.

Participants were taught "fundamental football skills for the purpose of instilling within them a desire to succeed in life" and the camp was chock full of Oscar Smith Tigers as the camp counselors and leaders.

During tournament Saturday when the teams of players competed in touch football games, almost every team at every age level was led by current Tiger players giving back to the community.

ESPN Radio 94.1 was on hand conducting their High School Football Show and one of their key guests on the two-hour show was Class of 2019 standout Cam'Ron Kelly who holds nearly 30 scholarship offers.