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PPK winners to compete in sectionals

Heritage Elementary School winners Andrew Cameron, Caroline Hopkins, Lauren Elmore, Zyon Davis and Montrell Campbell. Not pictured: Shane O'Donnell.

Young Madison students and residents participated in the NFL PUNT, PASS & KICK (PPK) program, a national skills competition for boys and girls between the ages of 6 and 15.

On Sunday, Oct. 16, the winners will compete in the Sectional Competition, to be held at the Madison City Schools Stadium. Registration begins at 1:30 p.m. and the competition begins at 2 p.m.

The PPK program is the oldest NFL Youth Football program. This year, celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

Girls and boys in five separate age divisions (6-7, 8-9, 10-11, 12-13, and 14-15) compete against each other in punting, passing and place kicking in a fun and engaging forum. The PPK program is free – both to organizers who host a local competition and to every youngster who wants to participate.

Below are the Madison city winners

Mill Creek Boys

8/9 Jackson Wrobel 10/11 Tyler Winton  12/13 Collin Brown

Mill Creek Girls

8/9 Alexia Alvarez 10/11 Hannah Swager  12/13 Rachel Bradberry

Rainbow Boys

8/9 Josh Wooley 10/11 Matthew Burrow  12/13 Brendon Worley

Rainbow Girls

8/9 MaKayla Barnett 10/11 Zaria Fitzgerald  12/13 Alexia Beck

Columbia Boys

10/11 Legend Dewitt 12/13 Duncan Carville

Columbia Girls

8/9 Jada Bennett 10/11 Ashley Dickinson

West Madison Boys

8/9 Logan Hittle 10/11 Wyatt Duthu  12/13 Marcus Glover

West Madison Girls

8/9 Hayley Bedingfield

Heritage Boys

8/9 Andrew Cameron 10/11 Shane O’Donnell  12/13 Montrell Campbell

Heritage Girls

8/9 Caroline Hopkins 10/11 Lauren Elmore  12/13 Zyon Davis

Horizon Boys

8/9 Darius Johnson 10/11 Jamil Muhammad  12/13 Demontrez Marion

Horizon Girls

8/9 Julia Pimmel 10/11 Katelyn Eggenberger  12/13 Wilma Jude

Madison Boys

8/9 Zachary Lesniak 10/11 Louis Hartselle

Madison Girls

8/9 Adaeze Okaror 10/11 Olivia Holden  12/13 Abby Seaton

Palmer Park Boys

8/9 Colin Loosier 10/11 Will Reichard  12/13 J. Pablo Aguirre  14/15

Michael Bernier, Jr

Palmer Park Girls

6/7 Samantha Clegg  8/9 Grace Jordan Stucky

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