The Third Annual Ceres Jr. Bulldogs Football & Cheer Skills Camp was staged, July 21-23, at Smyrna Park.
Boys and girls, aged 6-14, attended the clinic for free.
"We wanted to give everybody a chance to participate," said Joseph Estrada, the organization's new president.
Ty'Zhaun Johnson, Diego Armas, Oscar Campos, Atticus Salazar and Evan Willform were among the 190-plus participants.
"We had a great turnout," Estrada said.
The three-day clinic got underway on Tuesday and ended on Thursday.
Each camp session lasted two hours (6-8 p.m.).
Football players completed warmup drills before cycling through five different stations.
Cheerleaders worked on learning a new cheer.
"The kids had so much fun," Estrada said.
Coaches offered frequent water breaks because of the weather.
Two cool-down stations were set up.
"It was hot," Estrada said. "We made sure the kids stayed hydrated."