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Packers Congratulate Eight Punt, Pass And Kick Winners


The Green Bay Packers Sunday hosted the championship of the annual NFL Punt, Pass and Kick competition prior to the Packers-Patriots game.

Sunday's participants, 20 boys and 20 girls ages 8 to 15, advanced through local, regional and sectional competitions across Wisconsin to reach the championship contest which took place in the Don Hutson Center. All 40 competitors then displayed their passing talents on Lambeau Field as part of the pregame festivities, with the competition winners being introduced as well.

The winning girls and boys in each age group follow: (8 and 9 year olds) Jianna Hill, Oneida, and Logan Weckerly, Monroe; (10 and 11 year olds) Mikayla Hilton, Saukville, and Chris Snell, Denmark; (12 and 13 year olds) Taylor Huss, Peshtigo, and Lucas Weiss, River Falls; (14 and 15 year olds) Aleeah Baker, Superior, and Dillon Sylla, Independence.

The winners' results will now be matched against others across the NFL and qualifying individuals will advance to the national contest to be held at a to-be-determined AFC playoff game.

Other girls and boys competing Sunday included (8 and 9 year olds) Maggie Werba, Oshkosh; Amanda Brown, Ringle; Alison Roach, Lodi; Zachary Albert, Fond du Lac; Jacob Capstran, Green Bay; Adam Parsells, Wausau; Alec Osmond, Janesville; (10 and 11 year olds) Kennedy Blahnik, Algoma; Sydney Holbach, Edgar; Kindra Witthaus, Hudson; Megan Lantz, Clinton; Dominic Berlin, Eau Claire; Heath Renz, Jefferson; Dalton Soto, Blair; (12 and 13 year olds) Allison Dabroski, Iron Bridge; Katherine Hager, Big Bend; Taylor Nyhus, Cumberland; Amanda Elsing, Dalton; Thomas Vander Gaelen, Randolph; Hunter Lyght, Fennimore; Casey Moseley, Evansville; Sully Luepke, Chili; (14 and 15 year olds) Emily Kjos, Lancaster; Sally Linzmeier, Valders; Cassandra Vanlannon, Algoma; Aleena Ross, Racine; Megan Gallager, Wisconsin Rapids; Matt Prosek, Eau Claire; Brock Henke, Saukville; Trevor Reuter, Lancaster; Nolan Peterson, Milwaukee.

More than 3.5 million youngsters nationwide took part in this year's program. The Wisconsin Jaycees facilitated many of the competitions across the state. More information on the NFL's youth football programs can be found online at

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