Granger's Kristina Lynch will be competing for her second Championship Saturday in the National Punt, Pass and Kick competition in Atlanta's Georgia Dome. Two years ago, Lynch won it all as an 11 year old.
Now she's back to defend her crown as a 13 year old. Lynch represents the Indianapolis Colts. She will compete in Atlanta Saturday. She gets two attempts in each category, with the goal of a total of 300 feet. The soccer player says her strong suit is kicking. Notre Dame opened up the Joyce Center field house to Lynch and her dad Greg and grandpa Jim for one last practice session. And come to find out, this is a family tradition. Her dad also competed in the Punt, Pass and kick as a kid, representing the Chicago Bears. If she wins, she will be featured during the Atlanta Falcons vs Seahawks playoff game. She's hoping her experience will help her win a second National Championship.
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