“Syracuses RB LeQuint Allen Jr Poses For The Camera”
The SJ community really showed up big time for this awesome camp.
300+ in attendance 140+ players and 40+ cheerleaders participated! While their parents watched and rooted them all on. The camp was originally being planned for next year 2023. But Quint had other plans! “Aye I’m in town another 11days coach, you think we can make it happen this year? The city needs this…” Said Quint
With that being said you can see for yourself that The LeQuint Allen Jr 1st annual youth football and cheer camp was a major success. Hopefully, this camp will be around for years to come! The amazing part was it was put together on such short notice! The SJ community really pulled together and supported one of our own and made it happen!!! Hard to believe it was planned in less than 10 days!
“People Flocking in Registering Their Player and Cheerleaders as DJ JRock sets Up His 1s and 2s”
”DJ Williams Shows How’s It’s Done”
“Quint Teaching Little Mr Millville Some Great Football Work”
“Quint is one of Millvilles Symbols Of Hope”
It was great to see so many smiles on everyone’s faces. The players worked very hard at each station to sharpen their football skills. Coaches were LeQuint Allen Jr, Clayton Scott, Kuan Bowleg, Jayden Wright, Javon Pierce, Wood Humphries, Brian Davis, Xavier Hart, Darrell Chestnut, JT Burks, Donald Rogers and Eric Williams. We give a big shout to all involved. Gloria Armstead was a very instrumental person and helping it all come together. She also donated waters, ice, Gatorade, burgers and hotdogs. Over 400 bottles of water and 200 Gatorades was donated by community members. Special thanks to Millville Police Chaplains, Police Chief Jody Farabella, Mario Morales, Leon Bunton of (PIF) Pay It Forward, Nicholas Pace of Olympus Football, Tito Zamot, Pastor Merki, Positive Vibes all donated water and Gatorade. We give a speak thank you to Holly City league reps Cheryl Smith and Kuan Bowleg for all the assistance.
Food was prepared and handled by Hunter’z Hut owners Jo Anne and Frank Hunter. People are still complimenting their food and customer service. “SJ Water Ice” was in attendance owner Vaughn King Jr
“Cheer Camp Mayor Lisa Leading the Way”
Another great highlight of this camp was the cheerleading aspect of it. Girls from all over SJ came to participate! They got to hear from guest speakers Tina Gillam of Tina’s Hair Salon in Millville, The First African American Miss Cumberland Ashley Campbell, Millvilles First Woman Mayor Lisa Orndorf and Little Miss Cumberland County Joi Stevenson. Big thanks to their coaches Coach Aquarius Foster, Kizzy Thompson and Dayvesha Washington.
The girls looked like they learned a lot and had bunches of fun!
Let’s this be an example that SJ has excellence to offer. We know Quint will continue to do big things because he is SJ strong. Grit, hustle, determination, and a true warriors spirit. When we all pull together so many more things become possible.
“LeQuint and Little Mr Millville Quintin Hart”