Tom Brady’s alma mater wins California high school football state championship

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Tom Brady’s alma mater, Serra High School in San Mateo, can now call itself a state champion. Friday night, the Padres beat Cajon 38-14 to capture California’s Division 2-AA state title. It’s the first state high school football championship for Serra.

Serra was led by Isiah Kendrick who rushed for threw touchdowns and also caught a touchdown pass.  Kendrick rushed for 110 yards on 26 carries.  David Coker ran for 142 yards and a touchdown for the Padres.

Serra finishes 13-2, while Cajon wraps-up a 14-2 season.

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