Community members showcase their punting, passing, kicking skills
The first, second and third place winners from the 6-7 year old age group were Mickell Jones, Connor Cromer, and Thomas McLean.
The first place winner in the girls category for 8-9 year olds was Alana Brown. First place in the boys category was Cameron Rice, with Carson Cockrell in second, and in third place, Omarion Wright.
In the 10-11 age group, Emily Allen came in first place for the girl’s group, with Jennifer Cervantes in second place. Jay Wilson was first for the boys, with Colby Doolittle in second, and Matthew Barnett in third place.
Ja’von Gallman, right, took first place in the 12-13 year old age group, with Matt Kelley being in second place.
The first, second, and third place winners for the 14-15 year old age group Saturday were Jacob Harmon, Hunter McCullough, and Matthew Allen.
The NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition Saturday was free and open to boys and girls ages 6-15.
The competition allowed youngsters to showcase their talents in punting, passing, and kicking with scores based on distance and accuracy.
The top finishers from of the local competitions will advance to a sectional competition.
The City of Newberry, the Newberry County Touchdown Club, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Newberry County hosted Saturday’s NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition.
A young man in the 8-9 year old age group shows off his skills Saturday morning at the NFL Punt, Pass, and Kick Competition.
Several girls competed on Saturday. Alana Brown prepares to show her group what she’s got.
Al Farmer was a part of the 10-11 year old age group at Saturday’s competition.
Collin Shealy, right, with the City of Newberry Recreation Department helped sign in the participants in the competition Saturday morning.
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