Cameron Johnson Participates in 2016 Border Bowl

Cameron Johnson Participates in 2016 Border Bowl

Congratulation for Cameron Johnson, HCHS Senior, for being selected to play in the 2016 Border Bowl.  Jason Spencer, Head Coach for the Wildcats, was  selected to coach special teams in the annual Bowl game.

The Border Bowl is a non-profit organization established to promote high school football in Kentucky and Tennessee.  The objective is to provide an All-Star Game featuring the top players in Kentucky and Tennessee.   This game allows players to have the opportunity to play, practice, and battle it out for the rights to the border.  It also allows high school seniors an opportunity to gain additional exposure and, perhaps, earn a scholarship for college.  Each player must be nominated by his coach.  All player profiles are reviewed by a panel of coaches from their home state to field the best possible team.  

Players selected for the Border Bowl are treated as All-Stars from the time they check into camp until they leave for home.  Each player receives a personalized jersey, food, and lodging for the entire time at camp, insurance for all activities, a sweat suit, t-shirt(s), honors banquet ticket, a Border Bowl Ring, and the opportunity to meet numerous former NFL, CFL, and NCAA coaches.

 





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