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Brock Purdy wins multiple coveted awards

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Brock Purdy runs for a TD at the 2017 Division 1 state championships

Brock Purdy runs for a TD at the 2017 Division 1 state championships

Thomas Richardson

Thomas Richardson

Brock Purdy runs for a TD at the 2017 Division 1 state championships

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On Dec. 9, senior quarterback Brock Purdy won the most prestigious award that a high school football player could ask for: the Ed Doherty Award. On top of winning the esteemed award he was also named the Cardinal’s player of the year, as well as Gatorade player of the year. This is Purdy’s second year in a row claiming a Cardinals title, last year he was named Cardinal’s offensive player of the year. He continues to remain humble and await a power 5 offer.

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