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New Berlin Generals Youth Football Players Picked for FBU State Team

Dec. 9, 2013

Three New Berlin Generals Youth Football Players have been selected and will represent FBU Team Wisconsin South at the 2013 Football University National Championship Tournament in Joliet, IL on December 7th and 8th.
Nate Clark a 7th grader at New Berlin Eisenhower Middle School will play on FBU 7th Grade Team Wisconsin South.
Jake Belongia and Nathan Doss are 8th graders at New Berlin Eisenhower Middle School in New Berlin, WI. They will play on the FBU 8th Grade Team Wisconsin South. All three boys just completed their youth football season with the New Berlin Generals who were the 2013 AAYFL State Champions. This is the second state championship title for Jake Belongia. Jake was on the 2012 8th grade team as a 7th grader that captured the 2012 AAYFL State Championship title for the first time in 30+ years. Both Jake, Nate, and Nathan were selected in 2012 to represent Team Wisconsin at the 2012 FBU National Championships. This past summer Jake was invited to attend the FBU Regional Camp and was selected as a TOP Gun Candidate. He traveled to Dublin, OH to train with the top youth football players in the nation. All three boys will travel to Joliet, IL and play the top state teams.
The FBU National Championship is the Biggest event in Youth Football. A total of 64 teams from all over the United States and Canada will represent their State in a single elimination tournament. Over 6,000 athletes will take part in this National event.

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