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CES, CMS students learn from football players

Campbellsville elementary and middle school students recently learned about doing their best in school from some college football players.

 

Campbellsville University and Southwestern Assemblies of God University football players recently visited CES and CMS to talk to students.

 

The players read to students and spoke to them about the importance of listening to their teachers and doing their best in school.

 

Players also encouraged students to model good character for their classmates and be a good influence on other people.

 

CU took on SAGU in the NCCAA Victory Bowl on Saturday, Nov. 18, with CU winning the matchup by a score of 41-28.

 

SAGU player Reed Oaks talks to CMS students.

SAGU player Reed Oaks talks to CMS students.

 

SAGU player Marco Matthews talks to CMS students.

SAGU player Marco Matthews talks to CMS students.

 

SAGU player C.J. Collins talks to CMS students.

SAGU player C.J. Collins talks to CMS students.

 

CU assistant football coach Ricky Gehres talks to CMS students.

CU assistant football coach Ricky Gehres talks to CMS students.

 

CU assistant football coach Ricky Gehres talks to CMS students.

CU assistant football coach Ricky Gehres talks to CMS students.

 

SAGU players, from left, Darnell Martin and Jordaan Coleman and CU player Shelby Osborne talk to CES fifth-graders about the importance of character.

SAGU players, from left, Darnell Martin and Jordaan Coleman and CU player Shelby Osborne talk to CES fifth-graders about the importance of character.

 

SAGU player Devo McNeal, at left, and CU player Shane Carney read to CES students.

SAGU player Devo McNeal, at left, and CU player Shane Carney read to CES students.

 

SAGU player Matt Lighter and CU players Kendon Young, center, and Brayden Russell talk to CES fifth-graders. Young graduated from Campbellsville High School in 2016.

SAGU player Matt Lighter and CU players Kendon Young, center, and Brayden Russell talk to CES fifth-graders. Young graduated from Campbellsville High School in 2016.

 

CU player Kendon Young reads to CES fifth-graders. Young graduated from Campbellsville High School in 2016. At left is SAGU player Matt Lighter and at right is CU player Brayden Russell.

CU player Kendon Young reads to CES fifth-graders. Young graduated from Campbellsville High School in 2016. At left is SAGU player Matt Lighter and at right is CU player Brayden Russell.

 

CU player Kendon Young reads to CES fifth-graders. Young graduated from Campbellsville High School in 2016. At right is CU player Brayden Russell.

CU player Kendon Young reads to CES fifth-graders. Young graduated from Campbellsville High School in 2016. At right is CU player Brayden Russell.





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