Matt DeWitt, vice president of the Newberry County Touchdown Club, helps cut up watermelon for the team.
The players were ready for some watermelon.
Watermelon is 90 percent water so it was the perfect fruit to end practice.
Many of the players were grateful to Touchdown Club, and made sure to say thank you.
Many players were eager to get their pick.
The Touchdown Club brought 40 watermelons so there was plenty to go around.
Players enjoy their watermelons, but maybe not the seeds.
The Touchdown Club made sure the table had plenty of watermelon slices.
Players relax while eating watermelon.
There was lenty of watermelon to go around.
Newberry College football players come in groups for delicious watermelon.
Even some coaches stopped by the table.
Touchdown Club members made sure to keep cutting the watermelons.
This gave the players the opportunity to socialize with their friends and families after practice.
Taking one big bite out of the watermelon.
Players cool down while eating watermelon.
The players made sure to say thank you and the Touchdown Club members made sure to wish them good luck this season.
The watermelons were a perfect way to cool off.
The Newberry County Touchdown Club puts on a watermelon cutting for the Newberry College football team e4ach year. They bring a truck load of watermelons, cut them up, and give them to the players, and anyone else in attendance, after practice.