Four women serve as officials at Pop Warner game

Janet Cramer

55, Wayland, officiating for two years


A passionate follower of the game since high school, the 55-year-old Long Island native has worked the sideline chains at Wayland High, where her son Matthew is a team captain this fall. The two-year official works Pop Warner games on weekends, as well as freshman assignments St. Mark’s, Groton, the Fenn School, among others, etc.

Julie Howell

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23, Abington, officiating for three years

A former high school track & field athlete at Abington High, she was assigned her first Pop Warner game three years ago, as the line judge. The 23-year-old Bridgewater State graduate (communications) also officiates college lacrosse.

Jenn O’Neill-Reale


35, Newton, officiating 10 years

The 35-year-old Medford native has been an official for 10 years. She suited up in two women’s leagues, for the Bay State Warriors and the New England Storm.

Lenny Megliola can be reached at lennymegs@aol.com.
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