Butte kids punt, pass and kick

A record 134 youngsters participated in the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick event for the Butte/Silver Bow area, conducted Sunday at Bulldog Memorial Stadium.  Competition was fierce in all age groups, but particularly in the boys 8/9 division, where Kooper Klobucar bested Kenley Leary for first place by less than two feet.  In the boys 10/11 division, DeAngelo Baca edged Alex Kakash for second place by a mere four inches; similarly, in the girls 12/13 division, Lauren Sullivan edged Abbi Stillwagon just one inch for second place.  The Kiwanis Club of Butte hosted the competition, with a big assist from volunteers from the Montana Tech football program.

Results were as follows:

 

Age

Pl.

  Boys   

Total

Pl.

Girls

Total

6-7

1

Konner Pochervina 118’  1”

1

Addison Endy   24’  5”

 

2

Adien Cuchine 104’  1”

2

Elli Quist   15’  4”

 

3

Cameron Gurnsey   84’  9”

3

June Pederson   14’  5”

 

   

   

8-9

1

Kooper Klobucar 168’  7”

1

Hanna Morin-Ferguson  103’ 5”

2

Kenley Leary 166’ 11”

2

Dylan Duffy

 95’ 1”

3

Eric Hart 151’  8”

3

Mya Stenson    85’ 6”

 

10-11

1

 

Justin Large

 

233’ 11”

1

 

Riley Duffy

 

169’ 10”

2

DeAngelo Baca 218’  9”

2

Tatum McNamara 162’ 10”

3

Alex Kakash 218’  4”

3

MaKenzie Voss 133’  1”

 

12-13

1

 

Nathan Morin- Ferguson

 

306’  4”

1

 

Leanna Markovics

 

197’  5”

2

Matt Ingersoll 228’  2”

2

Lauren Sullivan 177’  0”

3

Russell Park 203’  9”

3

Abbi Stillwagon 176’ 11”

 

14-15

1

 

Dylan Cook

 

337’  7”

 

No contestants

 

2

Dylan Boyle 266’  2”

   

3

Kyle Klappan 233’ 10”      

 

The first-place youngsters above will represent Butte in the Western Montana Sectional competition, which will be conducted October 7th in Missoula.  Winners of that competition are eligible for the NFL Team Championship in Seattle in December, and ultimately, the Punt, Pass & Kick National Championship in January.

 

Cameron Gurnsey launches a punt.

Dougie Peoples punts the ball.

Grady Winston gets ready to throw.

Kadyn Lester throws the ball.

Kyler Raiha winds up for a throw.

Madisen Sanders watches a throw.

Molly McHugh reacts after a good throw.

Sean Ossello gets ready to fire a strike.

Trey Hansen fires a pass.



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