Shelby County athletes give back abroad

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Group of 14 Rockets join church mission trip to help build homes, relationshiops

By Josh Cook

For many high schoolers, spring break is often a time to hit the beach and work on tans.

Several Shelby County High School student-athletes, however, recently spent their spring break in a much different way.

Fourteen members of Rockets’ sports teams – ranging from soccer to tennis to golf to basketball to football to track and field – built houses, chicken coops and ovens for less fortunate families during a mission trip to Guatemala.

“It was definitely incredible,” Shelby County senior Deric Hyman said.

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