The annual Cam Newton 7-on-7 high school football tournament is Friday and Saturday at Providence Day School. The Panthers’ quarterback has committed to be on site throughout the event.
Twenty-six teams will participate. Each team will have 20 players and four coaches. There will be pool play Friday and double-elimination bracket play Saturday based on seeding from pool play. Games will begin each day at 9:30 a.m.
The top three teams get a monetary donation to their school, designated for the football team. First place receives $2,500; second $1,500; and third $1,000.
The event is open to the public. There is a $5 admission fee for non-players and coaches. Proceeds benefit the Cam Newton Foundation.
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▪ On July 15-16, the Cam Newton Foundation will host the third 7-on-7 championship tournament at Fort Mill’s Nation Ford High. The top teams from regional events at two Georgia stops and Providence Day will be invited with several wild-card teams.
Forest Hills; Forestview; Fort Dorchester (SC); Winston-Salem Glenn; Durham Hillside; Hough; Kings Mountain; Lancaster; Lee Central; Mountain Island Charter; Fort Mill Nation Ford (SC); Newton-Conover; NW Cabarrus; Providence Day; Shelby; Rock Hill South Pointe; South Caldwell; South Mecklenburg; SW Guilford; Sun Valley; Anderson T.L. Hanna (SC); Washington; West Caldwell; West Charlotte; West Mecklenburg; York