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Cathedral Prep’s Terry makes Final Five for Mr. PA Football

Cathedral Prep’s record-breaking quarterback, Damion Terry, has advanced to the Final Five for the Mr. PA Football Award.

In online voting conducted by fans, media and coaches, Terry advanced through three rounds of balloting into the Tremendous Twenty, Top Ten and Final Five.

Terry is a finalist for the big-school award, which features players from Class AAA and AAAA. (Prep is in Class AAA.) A Final Five also was picked for Class A and AA.

Terry is joined in the Final Five by North Allegheny quarterback Mack Leftwich, North Allegheny lineman Patrick Kugler, Central Valley wide receiver Robert Foster and Pennridge running back Michael Class. Class is the only junior who advanced.

The Class A-AA Final Five includes Port Allegany quarterback Matt Bodamer, Clairton running back Tyler Boyd, Old Forge running back Brian Tomasetti, Williams Valley wide receiver Owen Daniel and Imhotep Charter running back David Williams.

Each of the Final Five in both divisions will be invited to the Mr. PA Football Awards Program Feb. 9 at Hershey Lodge and Convention Center. The winners will be selected by a panel of coaches and media.

For more, check out the MrPAFootball website.

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