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The Cameron Yoe football team survived a scare from Malakoff last Friday, storming back for a 45-44 win over the Tigers in Area round action. Cameron now faces Grandview this Friday. Click here for pictures (courtesy of Jerry Bethell)
Former NFL player and motivational speaker, Keith Davis visited Cameron ISD during Red Ribbon Week. Driven to help and inspire teens across the globe, The Winners organization is an international, high energy team. They are a dynamic and entertaining group of educated athletes. These athletes have the unique versatile gift for connecting with kids. They are athletes of character, courage, and faith who have overcome tremendous obstacles in their past. Pictured are CJH 8th grader Frank Zayed, Keith Davis, and University of Houston player Dominic Miller.
The Cameron Junior High 8th grade basketball team started their season winning the Salado Tournament!
Kobe Young, 8th grade Cameron Junior High student, was the recipient of the Academy Texas A&M Kickoff Kid. Academy Sports offered all Aggie football fans to register their child to be the Texas A&M Kickoff Kid. The winner received four tickets to a Texas A&M football game, plus the opportunity for their child (7-13 years old) to run on to Kyle Field after kickoffs to retrieve the kicking tee. Pictured is Coach Trey Young and 8th grader, Kobe Young.

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