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Ironwood Ridge standout Andrew Cook to play for Colorado State-Pueblo

Andrew Cook – 19 (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com)

Ironwood Ridge standout receiver Andrew Cook announced his commitment to play for Colorado State University-Pueblo on Tuesday. Cook earned First Team All-Southern Arizona status after pulling down 765 yards with nine touchdowns to help lead the Nighthawks to a region title. Cook also rushed for 272 yards and he collected 505 return yards to end his senior year with 1,542 all-purpose yards. He also led the team with 11 TDs and 66 points.

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