Offensive Player of the Year: Understudy no more, ...
by Emily Horos
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12:51 AM, Sunday, December 21
As a junior last fall, Andrew Harris was Cherokee’s No. 2 receiver, behind senior Blace Brown, and finished the season with just 21 catches.

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