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Packers finalists qualify for NFL Punt, Pass and Kick national finals

Posted Jan 7, 2014

Wisconsinites Marco Damiani, Curtis Flannick and Jenna Curtis to be spotlighted by CBS at Broncos-Chargers playoff game this Sunday.

Forty young athletes from across the country will compete in the NFL PUNT, PASS & KICK National Finals on Saturday, Jan. 11, in Denver during the weekend of the AFC Divisional Playoff Game. A special on-field award presentation will air after the third quarter of the game, which will be televised Jan. 12 on CBS.

 

The Green Bay Packers’ representatives, Marco Damiani, Cambridge, Wis.; Curtis Flannick, Menomonee Falls, Wis.; and Jenna Curtis, Webster, Wis., will be competing after winning their age divisions in the Packers’ team championship competition, Dec. 8, in the Don Hutson Center.

 

Finalists will compete separately in five age divisions at Valor Christian High School in Highlands Ranch, Colo., with the top scorer in each group crowned national champion. All participants launch two punts, two passes and two kicks with scores based on distance and accuracy (in feet). The best score from each activity is tabulated to determine the athlete’s total. All youngsters advanced to the national finals through local, sectional and team championship competitions held throughout the NFL regular season. The top four scorers in each age group from across the country qualified as national finalists.

 

NFL Punt, Pass & Kick, which began in 1961, is celebrating its 52nd anniversary. It is the nation’s largest grassroots sports skills competition. NFL stars – including Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterbacks TROY AIKMAN and DAN MARINO – competed in the Punt, Pass & Kick program as youngsters.

 

“The NFL Punt, Pass & Kick program gives girls and boys around the country a way to stay healthy and active and to learn the basic skills of football,” USA Football Executive Director SCOTT HALLENBECK said. USA Football is the official youth development partner of the NFL and all 32 teams. “We are pleased to see so many of our young fans learning about football through this program.”

 

All participants and their guests are provided airfare, hotel accommodations and tickets to the AFC Divisional Playoff Game between the Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers.

 

Finalists are listed along with the NFL team that hosted their regional competition:

 

Boys 6-7

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Marco Damiani

Cambridge, Wis.

Packers

Carter Lind

Southlake, Texas

Cowboys

Sebastian Lippman

Plainview, N.Y.

Jets

Kamden Wright

Canon City, Colo.

Broncos

 

Girls 6-7

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Kadyn Camper

Christianburg, Va.

Redskins

Dakota Moberg

Port St. Lucie, Fla.

Dolphins

McKenna Murphy

Fremont, Neb.

Chiefs

Kloie Oguntodu

Mesquite, Texas

Cowboys

 

Boys 8-9

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Luke Adams

Hinsdale, Ill.

Bears

Davis Dalton

Madison, Miss.

Saints

Nalukea Kamakea

Mount View, Hawaii

Chargers

Jaxxon Warren

Flower Mound, Texas

Cowboys

 

 

Girls 8-9

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Cadashia Collins

Chattanooga, Tenn.

Titans

Isabella Winston

Warner Robins, Ga.

Falcons

Samantha Woods

Trabuco Canyon, Calif.

Chargers

Kaylynn Spurgin

Allen, Texas

Cowboys

 

Boys 10-11

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Jason Alani

Captain Cook, Hawaii

Chargers

Reece MacRae

Austin, Texas

Texans

Hunter Renner

Mishawaka, Ind.

Bears

Tyler Warren

Mechanicsville, Va.

Redskins

 

Girls 10-11

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Jayla Medeiros

Kealakekua, Hawaii

Chargers

Eryn Puett

Columbia, Mo.

Rams

Julie Roland

Savannah, Ga.

Falcons

Katie Rahilly

Newberry, Mich.

Lions

 

Boys 12-13

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Curtis Flannick

Menomonee Falls, Wis.

Packers

Alex Folz

Spring Grove, Minn.

Vikings

Nicholas Hooley

Goshen, Ind.

Bears

Luke Martin

Colorado Springs, Colo.

Broncos

 

Girls 12-13

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Madison Bradley

Haddon Township, N.J.

Eagles

Sophia Saucerman

Indianapolis, Ind.

Colts

Bailey Kortan

Tabor, S.D.

Vikings

Destinee Dugas

Lafayette, La.

Saints

 

Boys 14-15

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Nathan Kern

Worland, Wyo.

Broncos

Nathan Tewell

Girard, Pa.

Steelers

Noah Wanzek

Jamestown, N.D.

Vikings

Nicholas Williams

North Augusta, S.C.

Panthers

 

Girls 14-15

Name              

Hometown

NFL team representing

Alisa Fallon

Des Plaines, Ill.

Bears

Kayla Kline

Mifflinburg, Pa.

Eagles

Lalelei Mataafa

Lahaina, Hawaii

Chargers

Jenna Curtis

Webster, Wis.

Packers

 

NFL Punt, Pass and Kick is part of NFL Youth Football, which provides ways for children to play, watch and experience the game of football. For more information, visit www.NFLPPK.com. For other NFL PLAY 60 youth programs, visit www.NFLRUSH.com.

 
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