But that doesn't mean youth that it used to serve don't have a place to play football, basketball or baseball. They voted to keep Warren Avenue's name and blue-and-gold colors. The team plays its home football and baseball games at Carpenter Field and has its clubhouse at the Warren Avenue Playfield, located at the corner of Warren and 11th Street in Bremerton. Bullard said they have over kids out for football and 25 cheerleaders.
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It is the story of a mother who is extremely proud of her son who is a father. This spring when Anthony Fultz joined the Warren Avenue Pee Wee League in their C-String age 10 division, he was following in the footsteps of his father, Earl Fultz, who had played on the same fields some 20 years earlier. When a coach was needed, Earl followed in the footsteps of his first coach, Cheryl Carpenter, who gave her time and knowledge to an eager group of boys. The team soon became a family thing in which several relatives played key roles. Earl coached with the help of his cousin Doug Purl, while sister Charmaine Parsons kept score, mom Shirley babysat the younger siblings and cousins Anthony Fultz and Amber Parsons played ball.
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