BCHS competes in Newton 7 on 7

• Tigers go 6-3-1, losing each of three games by only one point

Tina Covington
Posted 7/10/17

The Baldwin County High School Tigers took part in the Cam Newton 7-on-7 competition, finishing in seventh place out of 22 teams

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BCHS competes in Newton 7 on 7

• Tigers go 6-3-1, losing each of three games by only one point

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PRATTVILLE, Ala. — The Baldwin County High School Tigers took part in the Cam Newton 7-on-7 competition, finishing in seventh place out of 22 teams. The Tigers went 6-3-1 in competition, losing each of three games by only one point.

Each team could field a 20-man roster for the competition, which took place at Prattville High School . The tournament featured round-robin play on Friday and Saturday to decide the championship series.

The top teams won monetary awards and the top two advanced to the fourth annual Cam Newton Foundation 7-on-7 High School Championship in Atlanta on July 14-15.