Dallas Tiger players are involved in their communities and schools on and off the field. Eight current players were part of the inaugural graduating class of Coppell Chapter of Young Men’s Service League. Young Men’s Service League is a non-profit organization that initiates and encourages young men and their mothers to pursue philanthropic involvement in their community and provides an opportunity to enhance mother/son relationships.
Eight of the 29 graduating members were Dallas Tiger players. Ray Gaither, Ben Kelly, Myles Paschall, Chas Pedersen (Chas had the most service hours over 4 years: 157.5), Austin Sanford, Shane Steiger, Tate Trueblood, and Paxton Zaves. Overall, the inaugural class logged over 5,251 service hours at various local charities and community non-profit organizations.
Proud for you boys! Wish all the success in college!