NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The high school football season is just a few weeks away, and the Tennessee Titans are ready for it after hosting their third annual 7 on 7 Tournament.
Approximately 200 high school athletes from 12 teams around the state competed for an early chance to grab some bragging rights headed into the season.
In a single elimination championship bracket, Brentwood Academy dominated the competition, beating Oakland 41-0 in the final after losing to the Patriots a year ago.
Camron Johnson was named MVP and quarterback Gavin Schoenwald gave every team a reason to worry headed into the season.
“It’s an honor to win, especially with all the great guys we have on our team, and I mean, everybody played at a really high level, so it’s an honor to win it,” said Johnson.
He continued, “I’m more happy to win the championship because I won MVP last year and we lost the championship, so I wanted to get the championship.”