Lee’s Summit quarterback Drew Lock wins annual Simone Award

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LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. -- Tommy Simone was 12 years old when he was killed in an automobile accident back in 1983. Later that year, his parents helped establish an award in his name that would honor the best high school football player in the Kansas City metro area.

Tuesday, that annual award was presented at Lee's Summit High School to quarterback Drew Lock. FOX 4’s Al Wallace has the full report in the video.

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