Flag football champions crowned in Barrington

Sixteen teams vie for division titles

Posted 11/17/22

The Giants, Falcons, Niners and Chiefs celebrated championships on Sunday, Nov. 13.

The four teams each won division titles for the Barrington Pop Warner Fall Flag Football season. The games were …

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Flag football champions crowned in Barrington

Sixteen teams vie for division titles

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The Giants, Falcons, Niners and Chiefs celebrated championships on Sunday, Nov. 13.

The four teams each won division titles for the Barrington Pop Warner Fall Flag Football season. The games were played at Chianese Field.

The Giants won the 12U championship; the Falcons won the 10U championship; the Niners won the 8U championship; and the Chiefs won the 6U championship.

• 12U Giants roster: Tristan Doucette, Ousainou Auber, Logan Bruno, Dionisios Liberatos, Jacari Cameron, Logan Tarasenko, Jackson Warner, Nicholas Wozny, Lincoln Mello, Joey Ptaszek. Coaches: Mike Tarasenko, Jay Cameron.

• 10U Falcons roster: Emma LoVerme, Lucy LoVerme, Skylar LoVerme, Avery Martin, Delaney Masse, Avery Blanco, Kinsley Hoagland, Molly O’Connell, Caroline Schaller, Teagan Martin, Keira Martin, Carly Gill, Piper Morrissey, Daylen Baillie, Devon Fortin, Amelie Bruneau, Juliette Grossman. Coach: Will LoVerme.

• 8U Niners: Peter Berard, Crosby Blanco, Colin Hughes, Beau Hughes, Grady Lubelczyk, Bobby Piazza, Charlie Moran, Brody Stubbs, Harris Naperotic, Noah Robbins. Coaches: Brian Lubelczyk, Jack Hughes, Greg Blanco.

• 6U Chiefs: Finley Genetti, Graham Stager, Grant Miner, Tobias Fedoryshyn, John Weiland, Ben Wallace, Chase Blankenhorn. Coach: Drew Genetti.

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