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2017 Hall of Fame Inductee: Aaron Anderson

September 15, 2017

From Cooper High School, Aaron Anderson

Aaron was a three-year letterman on the Cougar football team and has broken many long-standing school football records and set several new records while playing for the Cougars. He is the career leader in receptions with 165, career leader with yardage with 2,530 yards, and career leader in receiving touchdowns with 23.  Aaron  also holds the school record for receptions in a single playoff game with 11 receptions vs Canyon Randall in November 2014. He ran track for the Cougars and placed 3rd in the 2016 Texas State Track Meet in the 300 meter hurdles. A 2016 graduate of Cooper, Aaron received a football scholarship to Tarleton State University and is currently continuing his education with plans on a career in the nursing profession.

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