Center wins Riddell InSite contest
By PrepsKC staff
PrepsKC and The McCarthy Auto Group are thrilled to announce the winner of this year’s Riddell InSite contest. Center High School was chosen as this year’s winner based on an essay submitted by one of their players.
The Yellowjackets will receive twelve (12) new Riddell Revolution Speed Helmets equipped with InSite. Each helmet will be equipped with the Riddell InSite Impact Response System, an integrated monitoring and alerting tool designed specifically for the proactive protection of football players.
Riddell developed InSite based on its Head Impact Telemetry System (HITS) and Sideline Response System (SRS), a technology that has analyzed nearly 3 million impacts since 2003. InSite is a helmet-based impact monitoring technology designed to alert when significant single and multiple impacts are sustained during a football game or practice.
Center coach Bryan DeLong was honored to be selected as this year’s winning program.
“We are very excited to be able to outfit our boys with the best impact monitoring equipment on the market through such a substantial investment by The McCarthy Auto Group in order to provide the safest environment possible for our young men,” DeLong said. “We are so fortunate here in the Kansas City area where people like John McCarthy and Riddell representative Jerome Tucker truly prioritize the safety of our young men as the number one priority.”
For additional “product” information visit www.riddell.com.
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