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WMS’ Cacoulidis ranks second in the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Regionals in San Diego

At the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Regionals held in San Diego, Waimea Middle School eighth grader Kelsan Cacoulidis, third from left, placed second in his 12-13 Boys age division, missing first place by only 7 feet on Dec. 8. In all, there are 2,230,000 participants of all ages in the competition. Cacoulidis is ranked fifth in the nation as of Dec. 9. Final results are pending completion of other regional competitions across the country. Once those are completed, the top four high scorers in each of the 10 age divisions from all 32 Team Championship events advance to the Nationals and the 40 winners and a guest each will travel to the Punt, Pass & Kick National Championships that will take place in January at an NFL playoff game. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WMS FOR NHN)
At the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Regionals held in San Diego, Waimea Middle School eighth grader Kelsan Cacoulidis, third from left, placed second in his 12-13 Boys age division, missing first place by only 7 feet on Dec. 8. In all, there are 2,230,000 participants of all ages in the competition. Cacoulidis is ranked fifth in the nation as of Dec. 9. Final results are pending completion of other regional competitions across the country. Once those are completed, the top four high scorers in each of the 10 age divisions from all 32 Team Championship events advance to the Nationals and the 40 winners and a guest each will travel to the Punt, Pass & Kick National Championships that will take place in January at an NFL playoff game. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WMS FOR NHN)

At the NFL Punt, Pass & Kick Regionals held in San Diego, Waimea Middle School eighth grader Kelsan Cacoulidis, third from left, placed second in his 12-13 Boys age division, missing first place by only 7 feet on Dec. 8. In all, there are 2,230,000 participants of all ages in the competition. Cacoulidis is ranked fifth in the nation as of Dec. 9. Final results are pending completion of other regional competitions across the country. Once those are completed, the top four high scorers in each of the 10 age divisions from all 32 Team Championship events advance to the Nationals and the 40 winners and a guest each will travel to the Punt, Pass & Kick National Championships that will take place in January at an NFL playoff game. (PHOTO COURTESY OF WMS FOR NHN)