2015 PP&K National Championship Winners

By Kathleen Patterson, January 5, 2016

Congratulations to all our participants.  You all did a fantastic job at the competition in Indianapolis.  Thank you very much to the Indianapolis Colts for hosting the 2015 PPK National Championships! 

6 to 7     Girls

  1. Chloe Gonzales – Oakland Raiders – 133.4
  2. Quinn Zerjal – St. Louis Rams – 131.1
  3. McKenna Knotts – Pittsburgh Steelers – 103.4
  4. Bailey Williams – Arizona Cardinals – 89.3

6 to 7 Boys

  1. Paxton Genola – New Orleans Saints – 212.9
  2. Wyatt Shearer – Indianapolis Colts – 182.6
  3. Abuchi Mekaowulu – Dallas Cowboys – 180.1
  4. Kyle Mitchell – Buffalo Bills – 156.7

8 to 9     Girls

  1. Kadyn Camper – Washington Redskins – 214.7
  2. Abbi Holder – Dallas Cowboys – 208.8
  3. Paige Scheinberg – Baltimore Ravens – 201.5
  4. Addie Morris – St. Louis Rams – 183.4

8 to 9     Boys

  1. Aiden Early – Buffalo Bills – 221.6
  2. Jonathan Petermann – Minnesota Vikings – 216.2
  3. Zac Niekamp – Cleveland Browns – 211.10
  4. Brock Diano – Oakland Raiders – 199.1

10 to 11 Girls

  1. Cadeshia Collins- Tennessee Titans – 265.7
  2. Mya Sanchez – San Francisco 49ers – 254.8
  3. Emily Oki – Denver Broncos – 223.7
  4. Camryn Woods – Chicago Bears – 221.1

10 to 11 Boys

  1. Luke Adams – Chicago Bears – 322.9
  2. Jaxxon Warren – Dallas Cowboys – 316.7
  3. Jack Hamm – Philadelphia Eagles – 295.6
  4. Kaleb Brown – Denver Broncos – 254.10

12 to 13 Girls

  1. Jayla Medeiros – San Diego Chargers – 316.0
  2. Kaylee Seitzer – Kansas City Chiefs – 304.6
  3. Katie Sue Rahilly – Detroit Lions – 303.7
  4. Kacie Quick – Chicago Bears – 269.6

12 to 13 Boys

  1. Seth Chick – Arizona Cardinals – 369.9
  2. Casey Canonica – Seattle Seahawks – 369.0
  3. Tanner Oldag – Houston Texans – 362.5
  4. Caleb Nuzzo – Buffalo Bills – 332.0

14 to 15 Girls

  1. Calla Haldorson – Seattle Seahawks – 324.2
  2. Arielle Sargent – Kansas City Chiefs – 312.10
  3. Molly Saylor – Pittsburgh Steelers – 307.5
  4. Hannah Doty – Chicago Bears – 264.2

14 to 15 Boys

  1. Jack Noffke – Green Bay Packers – 434.10
  2. George Triplett – Pittsburgh Steelers – 393.8
  3. Cash Peterman – Arizona Cardinals – 392.11
  4. Elias Espinoza – Denver Broncos – 379.0