Rochester Regional Health sponsored ROC the Night Football Camp with Bishop Kearney graduate and Denver Broncos linebacker Quentin Gause on Friday, July 21. Hundreds of young athletes took to McAvoy Park field to participate in drills and learn more from Gause, New York Giants tackle and Aquinas graduate Jarron Jones and local coaches. The winner of the drills received a special Denver Broncos prize pack.
In addition to Rochester Regional Health sports medicine being on hand to talk about the services and provide some giveways including mini-footballs, Immediate Care was also at camp to provide information on its services. There was also a selfie station for visitors with some special guests including Spike from the Rochester Red Wings and Finley from the Rochester Razorsharks.
For more pictures from the event, head to our Rochester Regional Health Facebook page