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Many of the participants in Friday night's punt, pass and kick competition hosted by Chelsea Kiwanis.

Before your Bulldogs notched the team’s first win of the season Friday night, 20 Chelsea boys and girls participated in a punt, pass and kick competition on the practice field next door to Jerry Niehaus Field.

Jason Moise

Eight girls and 12 boys took the line for the fun competition put on by the Chelsea Kiwanis and the winners in each age group category advanced to the next round, which will take place later this fall.

“This is the first one in recent memory,” said Dave Schaible, chairman of the event. “This is something that the Kiwanis will continue next year; it’s an event that will get better numbers in the future.”

Plus, there was a nice crowd on hand to cheer on the youngsters during the competition, which took place on Future Bulldog night, Friday, Sept. 14.

Participating were:

In the 6-7 year-old girls division, Phoebe Erdos.

In the 8-9 year-old girls division, Chloe Erdos and Isobel Alford.

In the 10-11 year old girls division, Jessica Emmert and Savannah Fisk.

In the 12-13 year old girls division, Emily Griggs and Kara Nold.

Kyle Knight

In the 14-15 year old girls division, Anna Knight.

In the 6-7 year old boys division, Connell Alford, Keegan Montgomery and Donovan Fisk.

In the 8-9 year old boys division, Nicholas Fisk.

In the 10-11 year old boys division, Tyler Emmert, Kyle Knight, Austin Sangster, Paul Erdos, Jason Moise and Shane Nold.

In the 12-13 boys division, Micah Erdos.

In the 14-15 year-old boys division, Jacob Hastings.

The following Kiwanis members helped put on the competition: Jim Randolph, Jack Kehoe, Dave Preuss, Schaible, Don Cole, Bob Milbrodt, Gene Miller, Neil Horning, Michael Branz and Ray Kemner.

Phoebe Erdos

And, to top off the perfect night for football, your Chelsea Bulldogs defeated Ypsilanti, 43-18.

“The is just another way that the Kiwanis serves the community and if anyone has ideas for other events they’d like to see, tell them to contact us,” Schaible said.

 

 

 

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