MW Junior Pee Wees advance to Round 2 of the Pop Warner Regionals

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  • Photo provided by Frank Kelleher Beginning in the bottom row, from left to right, the Monroe Woodbury Pop Warner Junior Pee Wees are: Donald Mullen, Kevin Sullivan, Logan Hawley, Sean Williams, Bryce Coulanges, JJ Fioranti, Matthew Belmont, Dillon Seman and Tyler Daniel; middle row: Jarrod Payne, Alex Pena, Grant Boller, Tyler Boller, Vinny Panzica, Max Weeks, Corey Berry, Dominick Cosenza, Michael Franco and Brian Sullivan; and top row: JJ Kelleher, Matthew Weinberg, Robert Bendix, Rhett Alvarado, Brayton Doscher, Ryan Behringer, James Mastropolo, Kyle German, Nick Montero and David Fennessy; Coaches, from left to right are: Chris Sullivan, Rick Macfadden (Head Coach) and Frank Kelleher; Warren Ward is also a coach of this team.

MONROE — The Monroe Woodbury Pop Warner Junior Pee Wees defeated the Bees of Baldwinsville last weekend by a score of 13-0.

The Crusaders' win advances them into Round 2 of the Pop Warner Eastern Region Championships. Their next opponent will be the Brick City Lions of Newark, N.J.

The team has endured success on both sides of the ball during the playoffs and regional tournament.

However, the defense has been stellar. The MW JPW Crusaders have outscored their opponents 48-0 during post season.

Check out for the Round 2 date and time as well as information on the Monroe Woodbury Pop Warner Organization.

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