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Schools, football programs donate to help CMS student play in football nationals

Campbellsville middle and high schools recently donated to help eighth-grader Arren Hash travel to play in a national football playoff game.

 

Hash was recently named to Football University’s national Team Kentucky, and the team won all of its games to advance to the nationals.

 

Team Kentucky will play in the FBU National Championship in Naples, Fla., on Dec 17-20.

 

Hash is quarterback for Team Kentucky, and also for the CMS team.

 

CMS and CHS, along with the schools’ football programs, recently donated to help Hash travel to Florida to represent his community, school and state.

 

Will Griffin and Bronson Gowdy, who help coach the CMS and CHS football teams, are offensive coordinator for the FBU team and coordinator for FBU, respectively.

 

From left are CHS head football coach Dale Estes, CHS Principal Kirby Smith, CMS eighth-grader Arren Hash, CMS Principal Elisha Rhodes and CMS head football coach Aaron Webb.

From left are CHS head football coach Dale Estes, CHS Principal Kirby Smith, CMS eighth-grader Arren Hash, CMS Principal Elisha Rhodes and CMS head football coach Aaron Webb.

 

From left are CHS head football coach Dale Estes, CMS and CHS assistant football coach and Football University Coordinator Bronson Gowdy, CMS eighth-grader Arren Hash and CMS head football coach Aaron Webb.

From left are CHS head football coach Dale Estes, CMS and CHS assistant football coach and Football University Coordinator Bronson Gowdy, CMS eighth-grader Arren Hash and CMS head football coach Aaron Webb.





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