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Winners from the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Sun Bowl Punt, Pass and Kick Presented by the City of El Paso Parks and Recreation October 19, 2016

Winners from the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Sun Bowl Punt, Pass and Kick Presented by the City of El Paso Parks and Recreation

EL PASO, Texas – The Sun Bowl Association has verified the results and winners for the Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Sun Bowl Punt, Pass and Kick (PP&K) presented by the City of El Paso Parks and Recreation that was conducted on Tuesday, Oct. 18 at the Sun Bowl Stadium.

The winner in each age division has a chance to participate in the Team Championship that will be held a day before the Dallas Cowboys versus Baltimore Ravens game on November 20 at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.

Every NFL team will host a Team Championship level of the NFL PP&K. Team Championships will begin in late October and continue through mid-December.

NFL PP&K, the oldest grassroots initiative of the NFL, continues to reach children ages 6-15 and allows them to experience the fun of learning football fundamentals in an engaging and supportive non-contact environment.

“We had a great turn out this year,” said Sun Bowl Association Executive Director Bernie Olivas. “All of the kids did excellent in the competition, and they told me how much fun they had. I’m excited to see which of our participants advances to the Team Championship in Arlington, Texas.”

Ava Labrado and Beth Baumler were the two participants from last year’s Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Sun Bowl PP&K who advanced to the Team Championship in Arlington, Texas.

There were 136 participants who came out to the 2016 Price’s “Give ‘Em Five” Sun Bowl PP&K. The winners are listed below and separated by age group.

Boys
Ages 6/7 – Carlos Daniel Rojas III (punt: 28’5; pass: 54’3; kick: 52’5; Total: 135’1)
Ages 8/9 – Zion Duchene (punt: 46’7, pass: 53’7; kick: 84’3; Total: 184’5)
Ages 10/11 – Adan Camacho (punt: 82’9; pass: 78’4; kick: 74’9; Total: 235’10)
Ages 12/13 – Miguel Zamora (punt: 106’8; pass: 52’7; kick: 105’2; Total: 264’5)
Ages 14/15 – Manual Almestica Jr. (punt: 109’3; pass: 114’1; kick: 131’10; Total: 355’2)

Girls
Ages 6/7 – Leilah Labrado (punt: 7’0; pass: 15’10; kick: 6’6; Total: 29’4)
Ages 8/9 – Ava Labrado (punt: 55’3; pass: 36’1; kick: 45’5; Total: 136’9)
Ages 10/11 – Aryanna Malfavon (punt: 72’11; pass: 59’3; kick: 44’10; Total: 177’0)
Ages 12/13 – Jetta Garcia (punt: 43’11; pass: 60’0; kick: 57’4; Total: 161’3)
Ages 14/15 – Beth Baumler (punt: 94’0; pass: 78’7; kick: 134’7; Total: 307’2)

COMPLETE RESULTS
Boys 6/7
Participant – Punt – Pass – Kick — Total
Joaquin Jimenez – 3’0- 10’7 – 10’8 — 24’3
Julio Ibarra – 2’11 – 14’8 – 8’9 — 26’4
Aldo Avila – 0 – 17’7 – 9’5 — 27’0
Ryker Johnson – 18’3 – 8’10 – 5’0 — 32’1
Jeremiah Gonzalez – 13’4 – 24’3 – 5’3 — 42’10
Anthony Alvarez – 1’0 – 19’4 – 23’10 — 44’2
Christian Huerta – 0 – 39’4 – 12’4 — 51’8
Diego Peimbert Soto – 0 – 25’4 – 28’2 — 53’6
Alejandro Rascon – 6’0 – 20’8 – 28’4 — 55’0
Clayton Aguado – 21’11 – 32’7 – 16’0 — 70’6
Juan Valentin Rodriguez – 24’1 – 32’5 – 15’3 — 71’9
Angel de Jesus Dominguez – 23’9 – 31’11 – 16’4 — 72’0
Dionisio Fernandez – 23’8 – 22’6 – 37’5 — 83’7
Lajuan Bailey – 13’9 – 48’8 – 22’2 — 84’7
Roman Guillen – 35’9 – 44’2 – 29’3 — 109’2
Roberto Flores – 37’0 – 39’4 – 45’6 — 121’10
Salvador Duarte – 35’0 – 41’11 – 45’2 — 122’1
Carlos Daniel Rojas III – 28’5 – 54’3 – 52’5 — 135’1

Boys 8/9
Demetrio Fernandez – 9’5 – 12’0 – 5’0 — 26’5
Fernando Maldonado – 15’1 – 18’4 – 7’11 — 41’4
Gabriel Vaughan – 0 – 20’9 – 26’7 — 47’4
Otni Johnson – 21’2 – 21’4 – 8’10 — 51’4
Lorenzo Guillen – 15’11 – 19’8 – 19’0 — 54’7
Michael Baronyay – 0 – 32’9 – 25’4 — 58’1
Nathan Galvan – 8’7 – 28’5 – 24’11 — 61’11
Ezekiel Bolton – 15’9 – 26’10 – 23’10 — 66’5
Patricio Peimbert Soto – 11’7 – 32’4 – 26’3 — 70’2
Dominik Canonizado – 36’4 – 31’4 – 2’11 — 70’7
Carlos Lee Hill – 25’9 – 35’0 – 11’4 — 72’1
Bryan Anchondo – 40’5 – 0 – 43’2 — 83’7
Sebastian Acosta – 32’0 – 9’0 – 43’7 — 84’7
Bryce Rystad – 21’2 – 28’3 – 35’3 — 84’8
Keedrin Bonner – 27’7 – 19’4 – 41’4 — 88’3
Juan Esteban Loman – 37’1 – 29’3 – 29’1 — 95’5
Mariano Fernandez – 35’9 – 49’2 – 11’10 — 96’9
Alfredo Andrade – 2’4 – 59’9 – 39’0 — 101’1
Joseph Daubach – 48’8 – 32’3 – 34’6 – 115’5
Julio Luera – 31’2 – 72’4 – 17’4 – 120’10
Ryan McFarland – 56’5 – 53’3 – 12’1 — 121’9
Cesar Huerta – 48’0 – 50’10 – 24’5 — 123’3
Matthew Melendez – 28’3 – 43’1 – 53’9 — 125’1
Brian Flores – 65’5 – 0 – 61’5 — 126’10
Ky-Ri Burton – 36’5 – 42’10 – 47’10 — 127’1
Abner Landeros – 53’11 – 49’3 – 28’9 — 131’11
Theodore Locklin – 42’5 – 57’6 – 39’4 — 139’3
Rene Huerta – 53’8 – 71’10 – 14’10 — 140’4
Cesar Gonzalez Jr. – 32’6 – 53’5 – 57’4 — 143’3
Damian Castillo – 72’5 – 35’5 – 38’2 — 146’0
Josian Robles – 55’0 – 46’9 – 44’3 — 146’0
Francisco Vargas – 32’0 – 65’7 – 52’9 — 150’4
Jaylnn Fillmore – 27’5 – 70’8 – 52’5 — 150’6
Gael Soto – 57’0 – 30’11 – 63’6 — 151’5
Josue Aguilera – 64’9 – 35’5 – 51’7 — 151’9
Nathaniel Campa – 43’10 – 59’0 – 49’2 — 152’0
Ismael Carrillo – 52’6 – 48’10 – 57’2 — 158’6
Jesus Vargas – 44’4 – 54’0 – 71’0 — 169’4
Xavier Ramos – 64’5 – 52’2 – 62’2 — 179’9
Zion Duchene – 46’7 – 53’7 – 84’3 —184’5

Boys 10/11
Daniel Javier Reyes – 47’0 – 49’7 – 11’8 — 108’3
Dustin Fillmore Jr. – 0 – 90’11 – 20’3 — 111’2
Jordan Acosta – 44’0 – 63’8 – 8’1 – 115’9
Joseph Nausko – 19’11 – 67’0 – 33’1 – 120’11
Oscar Flores – 54’6 – 58’0 – 14’10 — 127’4
Marcos Garcia – 38’6 – 40’3 – 49’4 – 128’1
Darian Hinojos – 29’0 – 76’2 – 33’10 – 139’0
Brandon Barboza – 42’5 – 68’0 – 35’10 – 146’3
Diego A. Mendoza – 64’0 – 59’11 – 23’2 — 147’1
Adrian Vega – 48’4 – 57’9 – 43’2 — 149’3
Peyton Cervera – 62’11 – 59’9 – 39’8 — 162’4
Diego Jimenez – 55’10 – 36’6 – 71’1 — 163’5
Yahir Vasquez – 42’1 – 56’0 – 65’8 — 163’9
Abraham Fonseca – 59’9 – 46’7 – 65’6 — 171’10
Mauricio Rascon – 60’4 – 48’7 – 65’11 — 174’10
Kristian Salas – 68’2 – 56’5 – 52’8 – 177’3
Isaiah Alba – 76’8 – 39’4 – 63’8 — 179’8
Xavier Leon – 73’1 – 66’1 – 48’7 – 187’9
Alejandro Jordan – 68’0 – 81’7 – 49’11 — 199’6
Eugenio Fernandez – 63’3 – 74’5 – 64’11 — 202’7
Richard Rodriguez – 75’0 – 62’8 – 65’4 — 203’0
Caleb Herrera – 63’8 – 81’0 – 85’5 — 230’1
Adan Camacho – 82’9 – 78’4 – 74’9 — 235’10

Boys 12/13
Tyler Torres – 17’4 – 53’7 – 6’8 — 77’7
Dorian Robles – 21’3 – 68’2 – 27’10 — 117’3
Cayle Beltran – 49’7 – 72’4 – 22’2 — 144’1
Airick Bravo – 43’1 – 93’0 – 13’10 — 149’11
Austin Rystad – 65’9 – 57’2 – 32’10 — 155’9
Cullen Beltran – 46’9 – 60’6 – 60’5 — 167’8
Andre Lopez – 55’7 – 59’5 – 61’6 – 176’6
Carlos Rascon – 44’0 – 74’10 – 78’9 – 197’7
Jason Garcia – 98’5 – 78’8 – 24’3 — 201’3
Luis Perez – 74’4 – 85’5 – 87’6 — 247’3
Diego Aguilera – 101’9 – 51’3 – 106’5 — 259’5
Miguel Zamora – 106’8 – 52’7 – 105’2 — 264’5

Boys 14/15
Eric Michael Rojas – 72’2 – 135’11 – 14’6 – 222’7
Shaun Jones – 92’9 – 113’10 – 59’9 — 266’4
Manuel Almestica Jr. – 109’3 – 114’1 – 131’10 — 355’2

Girls 6/7
Danielle Labrado – 12’3 – 9’0 – 6’0 — 27’3
Leilah Labrado – 7’0 – 15’10 – 6’6 — 29’4

Girls 8/9
Destiny Gonzalez – 0 – 19’9 – 0 — 19’9
Victoria Jones – 9’0 – 19’11 – 8’0 – 36’11
Isabella Silva – 3’2 – 23’4 – 11’10 — 38’4
Estrella Reta – 16’4 – 13’7 – 9’3 — 39’2
Marley Lopez – 0 – 19’4 – 23’6 — 42’10
Harlee Villalobos – 13’2 – 20’11 – 9’3 — 43’4
Madison Morales – 19’3 – 21’0 – 14’2 — 54’5
Karina Martinez – 17’2 – 17’1 – 20’10 — 55’1
Cydney Davis – 0 – 33’3 – 29’3 — 62’6
Melinda Nunez – 15’5 – 26’1 – 32’0 — 73’6
Isabelle Salas – 21’5 – 40’11 – 13’2 — 75’6
Brooke Von Kolb – 29’2 – 24’0 – 35’0 – 88’2
Zoey Burton – 28’3 – 28’1 – 46’5 — 102’9
Sydney Messer – 43’6 – 23’1 – 36’6 – 103’1
Ava Labrado – 55’3 – 36’1 – 45’5 – 136’9

Girls 10/11
Brooke Navidomskis – 9’0 – 31’10 – 19’1 — 59’11
Azyia Spores – 22’6 – 25’6 – 29’4 — 77’4
Christine Garcia – 9’2 – 29’4 – 42’7 — 81`1
Destiny Guillen 19’8 32’0 34’0 85’8
Victoria Rivera – 21’11 – 53’10 – 10’1 — 85’10
Brandy Flores – 13’4 – 29’9 – 50’3 — 93’4
Aitsha Bravo – 46’5 – 33’4 – 25’4 — 105’1
Samantha Ruiz – 44’9 – 42’9 – 17’9 — 105’3
Anaiz Ferris – 31’6 – 41’9 – 33’1 — 106’4
Alexia Vargas – 23’3 – 32’7 – 58’2 — 111’0
Charlyene Mina Rojas – 39’0 – 60’8 – 14’9 — 114’5
Vyeola Ogas – 34’4 – 53’0 – 35’9 – 123’1
Alayna Elias – 33’0 – 43’1 – 52’1 — 125’5
Kayden Anderson – 55’11 – 47’5 – 32’2 — 135’6
Hailey Daubach – 45’2 – 38’7 – 55’6 — 137’3
Samantha Vaughan – 31’9 – 31’8 – 75’3 — 138’8
Alyssa M. Pena – 40’0 – 53’5 – 72’6 — 165’11
Nicole Zugasti – 52’7 – 56’5 – 64’2 – 173’2
Aryanna Malfavon – 72’11 – 59’3 – 44’10 — 177’0

Girls 12/13
Isabelle Dominguez – 27’10 – 24’0 – 28’5 — 80’3
Ashley Faith Evans – 39’10 – 37’9 – 56’9 — 134’4
Jetta Garcia – 43’11 – 60’0 – 57’4 — 161’3

Girls 14/15
Beth Baumler – 94’0 – 78’7 – 134’7 — 307’2

ADVANCEMENT
• All participants must begin competition at the school level or officially sanctioned local community competition.
• The top finisher in each of the boys’ and girls’ divisions from the five age brackets of each Local Competition will advance to the Sectional Round. The top finisher is the participant who has the highest final score for that round. Contestants who qualify for the Sectionals must compete at the location to which they are assigned. Each school or Local is notified of the location of the Sectional prior to the competition.
• At the Sectionals, each competitor will begin anew with a score of zero. Only the top four first-place finishers in each age bracket from the boys’ and girls’ divisions from the pool of Sectional Competition champions will advance to the Team Championship. At all levels of competition, only first-place winners will be considered for advancement to the next level.
• At the Team Championships, each of the 40 competitors begins a new with a score of zero. The top finisher within each age bracket at this level is declared that NFL team’s NFL PUNT, PASS & KICK Team Champion. The top finisher is the participant who has achieved the highest final score for that round.
• Only the four first-place Team Champions from each of the boys’ and girls’ divisions of all NFL Team Champions are eligible for advancement to the National Finals. Their scores must be in the top four nationally in their respective age groups to qualify.
• National Finalists are notified at the conclusion of all Team Championships at the end of December.
• At the National Finals, each competitor begins anew with a score of zero. The top finisher within each age bracket at this level is named the NFL PUNT, PASS & KICK National Champion. The top finisher is the participant who has achieved the highest final score.

For questions or concerns on results and advancement call Sun Bowl Association Marketing Director Jay Pritchard at 915-533-4416.

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