High School Football Tournament to Showcase 12 Top Teams
CORNELIUS, N.C. (April 4, 2018) – Officials from Airo Nation and Spire Sports + Entertainment are pleased to announce the inaugural Freedom Bowl – an invitation-only high school football showcase featuring 12 highly acclaimed teams, slated to be played Labor Day Weekend at Milton High School in Milton, Ga.
The Freedom Bowl brings together a dozen high profile programs from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, New Jersey and Canada to compete in six games over three days in the heart of Atlanta’s championship-laden high school football powerhouses.
Miami, Fla. – On Sunday, March 18, the Miami Dolphins supported the Grrrridiron Girl Flag Football Camp hosted by Dr. Jen Welter, the first female coach in the NFL. The camp took place at Gulliver Preparatory with more than 60 athletes participating in offensive and defensive drills with coaches before playing live action games. Following the games, the girls huddled up with Coach Welter for an inspirational talk and were given signs with messages that read "I Look like a football player", "Dream Catcher", "SupHer Star" "There is No Game I Can Not Play” and "Watch Me Shine."
Parkland, Fla. – The Miami Dolphins teamed up with the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School varsity and junior varsity football team, Coconut Creek High School student government, Gold Coast Pop Warner and Parkland Rangers of Gold Coast Pop Warner to host a free football clinic at Pine Trails Park in Parkland.
With the camp and combine season around the corner, growing interest in Lipscomb could quickly turn to scholarship offers. The 5-11, 150 pound, athlete has an unofficial visit to USC under his belt and programs like BYU, Purdue, and Washington State taking a closer look.
Over the years we've attended countless camps, clinics and combines. During that time we've seen athletes from every level compete to outperform each other, themselves and the clock. Of course, the main goal at these events is to rise to the top in terms of stats, 1-on-1 performance and last but not certainly not least.... to be noticed by a college coach, scout, recruiter or sportswriter.