High school football players and coaches get few breaks during the summer months between workout sessions, conditioning programs and 7-on-7 passing leagues.
But for one week last month, Hunter Huss High coach Jamar McKoy had his players take a break from their workout regimens and instead pour their efforts into a win off the gridiron.
Nearly 20 Huskies football players participated in one of the two home projects currently under construction. The group primarily helped paint inside the home, but also assisted with an assortment of other tasks.
“To get involved with a community project meant the world to me. But the fact they wanted to volunteer actually meant more,” McKoy said...