The Arizona Cardinals Football Club has named Bradshaw Mountain's Jared Woodruff as the "High School Coach-of-the-Week."
The Cardinals "Coach-of-the-Week" award is selected by local sports panel consisting of Cardinals Director of Community Relations Luis Zendejas, Community Relations Coordinator Adam Richman, Manager of Alumni Relations Damien Anderson, NBC-12 sports anchor Bruce Cooper, Channel 15 sports anchor Craig Fouhy, Arizona Sports 620 reporter Craig Grialou, former high school football coach Emil Nasser and AIA high school official Paul Edge.
After taking over the program this year, Woodruff led his underdog Bears to a win against fifth ranked Apollo High School in a 32-21 season opening victory.
The award was presented to Woodruff and the Bradshaw Mountain High School football team on Friday, September 6 at 7:30 a.m. at the school (6000 E. Long Look Drive, Prescott Valley).
The Cardinals 19-year "Coach-of-the-Week" program presents a selected high school coach with a certificate signed by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Cardinals President Michael Bidwill and Head Coach Bruce Arians.
Cardinals Cheerleaders and team mascot Big Red presented the school with $1,000 to support its football program on behalf of Cardinals Charities.
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