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The Flemington Falcons sent three cheer teams and more than 85 cheerleaders to Disney World in Florida. The 2015 Midget team, Head Coached by Renee Brandt, won the National Title in the Level 4 Large Division…taking home an additional trophy for the highest overall score of the day, making them Grand Champions. Pictured (front row) are Kami Diblasio, Briana Bothe, Josephine Kohanski, Olivia Vitale, Betsy Krietzberg, Taylor Brandt, Catherine Owens, Logan Miller and Jillian Price (second row) Student Coach Amanda Krantz, Josh Ellenberg, Sydney O'Connor, Bella Rivera, Gabi Tamayo, Nicole Plesh, Kristina Natale, Danielle Livornese, Elizabeth Jensen, Katie Kleiner, Devon Stetson, Brianna Hoyvald, Emily Jensen, Julia Lopac and Coach Denise Kleiner (third row) Coach Gretchen Stetson, Coach Holly Lantos, Head Coach Renee Brandt, Araceli Hernandez, Madi Gaffney and Lauren Foerster (back row) Jayna Custy, Rosie Keesey, Gwen Lavish, Ava Floyd, Katie Hungerford, Krissy Kleiner, Abby Lantos, Skylar Brandt, Emily Fox and Casey Blaetz. Missing from Photo - Team Commissioner Sue Hungerford. (courtesy photo)
By Staff | NJ Advance Media for NJ.com
on December 30, 2015 at 7:06 PM
The 2015 Midget team, Head Coached by Renee Brandt and consisting of mainly seventh and eighth graders, with two, sixth graders and two, ninth graders, performed live on ESPN 3. The ESPN announcers were impressed with the teams sharp motions, cleanliness and overall skill. They were referred to as a "Cheer Army" and "Team Full Up." The Midgets had a near flawless routine and won the National Title in the Level 4 Large Division...taking home an additional trophy for the highest overall score of the day, making them Grand Champions.
This was a great year to be a Flemington Falcon. In more than 50 years, this was the first
year a Falcon team won back to back National titles, the first year a Midget level team
won the National title and the first year a Level 4 Large (the highest Pop Warner
Cheer division) won a National title.
The first week of December, the Flemington Falcons sent three cheer teams and more than 85 cheerleaders to Disney World in Florida. All three teams were amazing and placed in the top two at Pop Warner Nationals.
The Flemington Falcons sent three cheer teams and more than 85 cheerleaders to Disney World in Florida. Pictured is the Peewee Cheer Team consisting of: (front row) Meredith Hart, Jessie Hausman, Selah Anderson, Noel Farina, Lauren Langa and Abby Giordano (second row) Jordan Pozarycki, Breanna Vinella, Olivia Eichorn, Emily Augustus, Maggie Zarish-Yasunas, Mia Connelly, Gia Sarullo, Nina Ruzicka and Katie Zarish-Yasunas (third row) Jillian Wroblewski, Laura Lopiccolo, Mikaela Hutchinson, Delanie Dibiagio, Jessica Knox, Sarah Stetson, Kylee Munitz, Alexandra Tina, Elizabeth McKee, Natalie Bart and Olivia Schreiber. Missing from Photo: Samantha Farina, Lara Torromeo, Cami Weedon, Head Coach Dayna Tina, Coach Jenn Sarullo, Coach Val Hausman, Coach Jen Farina, Coach Michelle Zarish-Yasunas and Team Commissioner Beth Langa. (courtesy photo)
One of the youngest teams to make it to Disney, the 2015 Junior Peewee's, consisting mainly of third and fourth graders with one fifth grader ran out on to the mats on Monday, Dec. 7, at the ESPN Center and proved that they deserved to be there. The team Head Coached by Debbie Lavish took home First Place at JVC, First Place at States, First Place at Regionals and Second in the Nation.
The 2015 Peewee team was excited to head to Disney in hopes of defending their 2014 National title. The team consisted mainly of fifth and sixth graders with a few seventh graders. Head Coached by Dayna Tina, the team rocked those Disney mats, cheered their hearts out and came in second in the nation. They missed Back to Back National Titles by .28.
The Flemington Falcons sent three cheer teams and more than 85 cheerleaders to Disney World in Florida. The Junior Peewee Cheer Team consisted of: (front row) Mikayla Connelly, Danyka Podinker, Kati Hutchins, Samantha Beavers, Kadyn Brandt, Sara Lopiccolo and Myah Pierson (second row) Maia Lisanti, Ella Haluko, Emily Steinberg, Paige Seemon, Ciara Quintero, Gabriella Lisanti, AnneMarie Thompson and Aryana Ramos (third row) Peyton Brownlie, Kennedy Riedy, Brooklyn Lascalle, Presley Lavish, Kaitlyn Fleisher and Lexi Frank. Missing from Photo: Head Coach Debbie Lavish, Coach Kelly Newland, Coach Melissa Brownlie, Team Commissioner Kristen Hutchins, Student Coaches Hannah Davis, Lexie Hoyvald and Tori Rozansky. (courtesy photo)
Homecoming Weekend - October 6-8th, 2017
Join us for our Homecoming Activities
Pep Rally - Friday Evening at Mine Brook Park
Raritan Township Community Day - Saturday at Lenape Park
Homecoming Day Games - Sunday at Hunterdon Central High School Football Field
Falcon Alumni will be honored on the Field throughout the day.
Come Celebrate With Us!
Falcons 50th Anniversary
Friday June 2, 2017 - Thank you to the Falcon Board and the Cheer and Football Coaches for the 2nd Annual Friday Night Lights Event! It was a huge success. The kids had fun at the Punt Pass Kick Contest, The Cheer Squads learned a new routine, Families enjoyed time together and the BBQ dinner!. Also Thank you to the New Head Coach at Hunterdon Central - Coach Ransone - for coming out and talking to the kids and supporting our Pop Warner Program.
Monday May 29, 2017 - Falcons walked in the Readington Memorial Day Parade - Thank you to all that Serve for our Country
Flemington Falcons 2017 Open House Recruitment Event, Sunday, March 26th at HCRHS Field House
On Sunday, March 26, the Flemington Falcons kicked off their 50th Anniversary Season hosting an exciting Football and Cheer Open House Recruitment Event at Hunterdon Central Regional High School’s Field Hous. We partnered with Mr. Lonnie Allgood, of Dreams for Kids, Inc. Mr. Allgood, a former NFL Football Player for the Cincinnati Bengals and the Buffalo Bills, has a passion for mentoring and inspiring today’s youth through his non-profit organization. Lonnie’s message “to Educate, Motivate and Inspire” was shared with the Falcons and our guests during the event! In addition, Lonnie invited special guests and fellow professional football players Mr. Kareem Huggins and Mr. Michael Campbell to join the Open House. The Falcon Board of Directors wants to Thank Mr. Lonnie Allgood, Mr. Kareem Huggins and Mr. Michael Campbell for coming out and supporting our Organization and Athletes. And Thank you to all attending. Please view our Photo Gallery for more pictures from this fun afternoon.
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