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Amherst girl named Pop Warner All-American Scholar

Submitted by Irene Alton

AMHERST – Evmorfia Alton, a three-year Amherst Patriots cheerleader and sixth-grader at Amherst Middle School, was among three New Hampshire Pop Warner student-athletes to be recognized as a Pop Warner All-American Scholar.

Kira Brancheau, of Merrimack, was named to the second team. ...

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AMHERST – Evmorfia Alton, a three-year Amherst Patriots cheerleader and sixth-grader at Amherst Middle School, was among three New Hampshire Pop Warner student-athletes to be recognized as a Pop Warner All-American Scholar.

Kira Brancheau, of Merrimack, was named to the second team.

A Pop Warner All-
American Scholar is among the top 1 percent of all Pop Warner participants across the country. This year, more than 8,850 applications were submitted to the Pop Warner national office. It has been six years since New Hampshire has had students represented as All-American first-team scholars.

The Pop Warner All-American Program requires a minimum 96 percent grade point average to apply. Community involvement also is considered.

Honored students were invited to the 2014 Pop Warner All-American Scholar Weekend in Disney’s Yacht Club Resort on May 23-24.

For more information, visit www.popwarner.com/scholastics/allamerican
scholars/2014_All
American_Scholars.htm.