The Diamond Bar High School football team is proving that they’re champs off the gridiron as well.
The Brahmas are tutoring kids at Castle Rock Elementary in the CHAMP (Creating Honorable Aspiring Mentors with Purpose) program.
“When Coach Ryan Maine asked if his players could come over to work
with our kids I was excited,” recalled Principal Carol Sullivan.
So it’s become a usual sight for the big football players to jog onto
the Diamond Bar campus one day a week to pick up their little buddies.
“It’s good for our players as well as the youngsters,” Maine
suggested. “It teaches them responsibility and gives them a chance to
give back to their community.”
Read more in Rich Irwin’s story CHAMPS.