LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) — Normally the Louisville high school football team is known for putting up points on the scoreboard, but instead of putting up points the team spent an afternoon picking up trash.
Over 40 Wildcat football players spent the afternoon getting involved with the Litterless Louisville clean-up campaign.
The team’s involvement is a new initiative from head coach Tyrone Shorter to get the Wildcats more involved in the community.
The team walked five miles around Louisville working to clean up the community.