Jr. Red Devils Win Football Championship

Credits: courtesy photo
Credits: courtesy photo
Credits: courtesy photo
Credits: courtesy photo

FLEMINGTON, NJ- The Jr. Red Devils Varsity Football team won their WCMFL (Warren County Midget Football League) Varsity Championship on Sunday, Nov. 19.  The 7th and 8th grade team played against New Hope, Pa.  The Jr. Red Devils brought home the championship with the final score of 47-13.

The team, coached by Head Coach Dan Eggemann, assisted by Matt Gemma, Albert Quintero, Frank Lentine, Brian Lehrer, Sean Bartley, Ed Chernesky, Joe Morrison and Joe Pasquale, had a 10-1 season.

The 2017 Jr. Red Devils Varsity Team includes:
2 Owen Bill
25 Seth Gould
77 Guiseppe Phillips
4 Ali Kiwan
26 Trevor Fisch
80 Cole Gray
5 Devon Falvo
32 Connor Lancaster
82 Aaron Importico
6 Brendan Morrison
35 Patrick Kazmarick
85 Aiden Aponte
8 RJ Hart
40 Nelson Melgar
99 Matt Gemma
9 Frankie Lentine
42 Julio Marsiglia
10 Keegan Holles
45 Zachary Schultz
11 Chase Tate
56 Zachary Ghanim
18 Brendan Lehrer
58 Kendall Williams
21  Logan Lamarca
65 Sean Bartley
22 Corbin Quintero
74  Nicholas Lewis
24 Ben Nemeth
75 Ricky Rodriguez
61 Bobby Pasquale
52 Toby Chernesky

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44 Vincent Brito 

Winning the Championship is a terrific way to celebrate the team's 50th anniversary of football and cheer.

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