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Championship Teams Honored By Woodland Park Council

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The WPB&GC Panthers were recognized for their outstanding performance, capturing the Montville Fall-Ball League Championship. Credits: Christa Limone
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The WPBGC Junior Hurricanes were recognized for their outstanding performance, capturing the Passaic Valley Softball Assn. Junior Div. Championship. Credits: Christa Limone
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The WPBGC Farm Hurricanes were recognized for their outstanding performance, capturing the Passaic Valley Softball Assn. Farm Div. Championship. Credits: Christa Limone
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WOODLAND PARK, NJ - The Woodland Park Mayor and Council at its Jan. 17 meeting honored three local teams for their fall championship wins.

The WPB&GC Panthers were recognized for their outstanding performance, capturing the Montville Fall-Ball League Championship. Led by head coach Mike Raguseo and assistant coach Lou Graziano, team members include Al Aluotto, James Gordon, Joel Perez, Josh Arroyo, Alex Graziano, Billy Phillips, Andrew Averso, Connor O’Brien, Kenet Quinones, Thomas Bolen and Nick Raguseo.

The WPBGC Farm Hurricanes were recognized for their outstanding performance, capturing the Passaic Valley Softball Assn. Farm Div. Championship. Led by head coaches Eric Papienuk and Marcos Noriega and assistant coaches Danny Galindo, Tracey Papienuk, and Gianna Noriega, team members include Madelyn Barross, Arianna Mastrangeli, Angel Papienuk, Ava Busciglio, Bella Mastropoalo, Darianah Rosado, Amira Chaabane, Kaylanie Noriega, Ilyanna Shanaa, Aryanna DeLaCruz, Athena Galindo, Kianni Noriega, Kailyn Pagan, Isabel Tiseo, and Kayla Weaver.

The WPBGC Junior Hurricanes were recognized for their outstanding performance, capturing the Passaic Valley Softball Assn. Junior Div. Championship. Led by head coach Marcos Noriega and assistant coaches Joe Aquino, Danny Galindo, Alex Pena, Damaris Noriega, team members include Mia Aquino, Kaylanie Noriega, Amanda Sedeyn, Arianna Aliotta, Kianni Noriega, Cristina Sgobba, Marcella Galindo, Leilani Pena, Isabel Tiseo, Hanna Hajdu, and Kayla Weaver.

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