Daleville Parks and Recreation

At the end of Daleville Parks and Recreation’s Cheer and Football Summer Camp in June, a number of campers were honored.

Cheerleaders and football players were honored for each week of competition.

In week one, Nevaeh Bernard was awarded with Best Attitude in Cheer Camp, while Emma Duncan earned Most Spirit, Maci Sheppard earned Most Determined, Emma Kate won Most Improved of the Week and Makaylynn Sexton was given the Directors Leadership of the Week Award.

In week two, Kate and Emily Stinson both were presented with the Directors Leadership of the Week Award, while Duncan earned Most Determined, Jayden Flowers won Cheerleader of the Week, Katlyn High was presented with Best Attitude, Sheppard won Best Cheer Face, Allie Rowland earned Best Spirit and Kami McNeal earned the Top Performance Award for both weeks.

For week one of the football camp, RJ Flowers earned the Director’s Leadership Award, while AJ Page won the Hustle Award, Kellan McDonald was presented with Most Improved Player of the Week, Dylan Sheppard won Best Attitude, Demaron Gray won Lineman of the Week and Trent Elrod won Quarterback of the Week.

In week two, Montez Hale won Director’s Leadership Award, Gray won Most Improved Player of the Week, Devan Bush won Best Attitude, Mark Romero won Lineman of the Week and Elrod again won Quarterback of the Week.

Overall, RJ Flowers won Top Performance for the whole camp, while Kellan McDonald was named Best Camper for the Mights Division, while Dylan Sheppard was named Best Camper for JV and Curtis Jackson was named Best Camper for varsity.

In addition to Daleville Rec League football coaches and parents helping out with coaching, former Daleville football stars also helped out at camp including former Elite 11 receiver Tyler Presley, Kingston Lister, Johnathan Zalensky and 2018 Elite 11 Defensive Player of the Year Gabe Elrod.

Current Daleville cheerleaders Joycelyn Tinker, Jaycee Heldreth, Kaylionna Harris and Alana Gordon also assisted coaching during cheer camp.

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