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CHS student leads effort to bring more basketball to county youth
Zy with 803 Players
Zyrique “Zy” Bradford (fifth from right, in orange shirt) sits with basketball players from around Kershaw County who participated in a private “run” at the old armory on DeKalb Street on Tuesday as part of Zy’s “Team803” project. The 18-year-old’s mission is to bring more competitive basketball to Kershaw County youth during their high school years. Zy is also the president of the Jackson Teen Center’s Keystone Club and is currently leading the center’s “Make it a Conversation” project.
Zyrique “Zy” Bradford, a graduating senior at Camden High School (CHS) is a multi-faceted young leader in the community. Not only is Zy the president of the Jackson Teen Center’s (JTC) Keystone Club -- open only to JTC students with… -- he has also taken up the JTC’s “Make it a Conversation” project, focusing on…