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NAME: Andrew Marty
SCHOOL: Wyoming High School
SPORT(S): Football-Baseball
GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: A top pro-style QB led Wyoming to 10-0 regular season and has committed to Northwestern.
BIRTHDATE: 5/19/99
HEIGHT/WEIGHT: 6'5"-215 lbs.
PARENTS: Jon & Kendall
BIGGEST INFLUENCE: Dad and brother Tucker
FUTURE GOAL: Play in the NFL

One of the area's elite pro-style QBs and team captain, Wyoming senior Andrew Marty fought back from a junior year season-ending injury to lead the Cowboys this year to an undefeated 10-0 regular season record and the CHL league title.

During the regular season, Andrew led the CHL in passing yards (2,487) and passing TDs (34) plus had 7 TDs rushing. His 6 TD passes vs. Deer Park tied a school record for TD passes in a game. Andrew continued his QB mastery in the first round of the Div.IV regional playoffs last Friday night. In a 59-0 win vs. Chillicothe Unioto, Andrew passed for 254 yards and five touchdowns to keep the Cowboys undefeated season rolling at 11-0.

Andrew also plays baseball for the Cowboys and last season on the mound he struck out 26 batters in 25.2 innings and had a 1.44 ERA.

A good student active in community service, Andrew will play football collegiately at Northwestern University.

His favorite athlete is Tim Tebow, favorite entertainer is Will Ferrell, favorite book is Training Camp by John Gordon and favorite movie is Forrest Gump.

COACH'S QUOTE – "Andrew exhibits all the attributes you want in a leader of the team. He is a tremendous worker and is dedicated to getting better everyday! His leadership, energy and competitiveness is infectious to his teammates!"
— Aaron Hancock, Football Coach

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