Yes, I would set the camera to sRGB. However, if you shoot raw the the color profile isn’t directly applied to the raw image. So when you convert the raw to jpg or tif, you need to make sure you select sRGB during the raw conversion process.
If you just keep everything in sRGB then it makes things so much easier, especially for paper prints for sports T&I where you really don’t need Adobe RGB.
If you were making metal prints for high dollar landscape images with green leaves glowing in the sunlight, then those bright saturated greens might benefit from the extra gamut of Adobe RGB. For paper prints with sports T&I, I just don’t think you will ever touch the extra gamut anyway so it’s kind of pointless to use Adobe RGB.