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Supporting the effort

11/13/2013 02:41PM, Published by ACL, Categories: In Print, Sports, Schools

Members of the Penn's Grove Middle School football team supported efforts to raise awareness about breast cancer during October. The players wore pink and white Penn's Grove football T-shirts on Fridays, wore pink socks to games, and raised a total of $251 that was donated to the Philadelphia chapter of the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The football team also received a donation of customized pink Penn's Grove eye black from Schuylkill Valley Sports Store in Concord Mall.

The teams include the following players: Brett Kochmansky; Thomas Cavallucci; Nate Botkin; Ben Howell; Brandon McWilliams; Nathan Roumaniotis; Jonathan Kinney; Matt Baker; Mason Hager; Brandon Higgins; Aedan Maio; John Renninger; Ryan Murphy; Mirahn Price; Mario Pantalone; Kameron Hoang; Trevor Dawkins; Sam Blevins; Alija Thomas; Will Markowski; Anthony Sanchez; Colin Lilly; J'Mear Ringold; Liam Donahue; Ryan Kelly; Thomas Harris; Luke Sanders; Nate Rodriguez; Ray Conneen; Juliann Nadachowski; Nick Deasey; Brandon Russell; Chandler England; Trever Carter; Ian Barlow; Liam Dearing; Brandon DeShields; Matt Hale; Anthony Spadaro; John Martinelli; David Ramos; Zach D’Antonio; Jared Tweed; Scott Pechin; Estaban Roche; Juliann Liberato; Jon Hays; Tyler Shields; Joel Figuroa; Connor McMurrough; Dominic Sassi; Travis Chew; Cody Ritter; Gio Rodriguz; Noah Richards; Sam Berry; Garrett Malloy; Nick Yarris; AJ McWilliams; Kieran Maio; Nysir Ruff; Kayden Smyth; and Noah Arnold. The coaches include head coach Joe Martinelli and assistant coaches Leo Pizzini, Rich Higgins, Sotos Roumaniotis, Greg Pennell, Brian Jones, Mo Nadachowski, and Noah Ritter.

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