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Cam Newton's 7 v 7 Championship Tournament

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12 of the Southeast's best high school football teams are in Rock Hill battling for Cam Newton.

The Cam Newton Foundation is hosting the foundation's inaugural championship football tournament. The teams consist of 20 players and four coaches.

Teams include: AH Parker (AL), Creekside (GA), Dorman (SC), Grady (GA), Hough (NC), Mays (GA), Nation Ford (SC), Northwestern (SC), North Murry (GA), Ramsey (AL, South Meck (NC), & South Pointe (SC).

Friday's games were pool play format to determine seeding for Saturday's bracket play double-elimination.

Newton said this tournament give the players a chance to showcase their talents.

"I see myself in so much of these kids," said Newton. "Their hungry to make a name for themselves."

 

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