That's a lot to cheer about; Dudley Charlton kids are state champs.
Byline: Kevin O'Malley
The Charlton Dudley Rams Youth Football and Cheer league had four squads win state championships this season as both the Junior Pee Wee Pee Wee, Pee-wee or peewee may refer to:
Now heading to the nationals, the cheer squads hope to raise $30,000 to fund the cost of the trip to Orlando, Fla., to compete from Dec. 5-10. The teams will be collecting donations outside supermarkets and businesses in Dudley and Charlton.
It marked the second straight year the Rams Junior Pee Wee football and cheer teams reached the regional championships as the Rams football team lost a heartbreaking, 6-0 overtime game last year in the Regional championships while the cheerleaders placed second in the nation last year.
"We are very proud of the way that our players have given everything they have and have bonded as true teams, where they support each other on and off the field," League President and Junior Pee Wee head coach Lance Gelb said. "Our whole organization is very pleased that we are able to represent Central Massachusetts for a chance to go on."
Congratulations to all four teams on outstanding seasons.
The Pee Wee team, which went undefeated through the state title game, winning both the Central Mass. and Mass. State titles, was made up of Joseph Frick, Andrew DuPuis, Joeseph Sciaraffa, Barron Dandridge, Derek Schulman, Daniel McDermitt, James McGuigan, Tyler Barrie, Chris Daniels, Robert Brooks
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The Junior Pee Wee team, made up of Jack Martin, Jackson Worters, Sean McKeon, Liam Perry, Bryce French, Ben Dutting, Brian Mayville, Thomas Krukowski, Drew Jean-Guilliaume, Jonas warner, Jake Gelb, Seth Malerbi, Nick Clark, Chad Merchant, Hunter Gaither, Dillion Tuttle, Sean McGuigan, Tyler Antinovich, Katie Polselli, Devin Pietz, and Jeremy Rabidou and coached by head coach Lance Gelb and assistants Melanie Burnham, Delaney Perry, Rock Jean-Guilliaume, Mike Mayville, Craig Pietz, Tom Perry, and Mark Krukowski, also went undefeated, winning both the Central Mass. and Mass. State titles.
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The Junior Pee Wee Rams Cheer team, age 11 and under, consisted of Brittany Besse, Kelly Austin, Stephanie Dutting, Melanie Sergal, Brittany Seifert, Olivia Tsoumakas, Megan Vertucci, Kristin Mahan, Taylor Phoenix, Krista LeBlanc, Chelsea Main, Katie Zanauskas, Devynne Edstrom, Erin Tetreault, Anna Sullivan, Lauren Wilson Lauren Wilson (born April 19, 1987 in Oakville, Ontario) is a Canadian figure skater. She is the 2002 Canadian junior national champion. She trained under Michelle Leigh and Doug Leigh. She placed 8th at the 2002 World Junior Figure Skating Championships. , Victoria Moriarty, Samantha Miller, Riley Ackley, Nicole Cadarette, Natalie Cadarette, Mikala LeBlanc, Lyndsay Jansson, Emily Sprague and Taylor Ugrinow. Sandy LeBlanc coached the squad along with Bonnie bon·ny also bon·nie
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To make a donation toward the cheer squads' trip to Florida, make a check out to CDYFC and send it to Charlton/Dudley Youth Football and Cheer, P.O. Box 725, Charlton, MA 01507 or call Sandy LeBlanc, cheer coordinator, at (508) 248-1899 for a check pickup.
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