Patrick Strohecker , 505-5402/@P_Strohecker
Every day during Central York football practice, many of the team’s top wide receivers line up and wait to take their shots against cornerback Jordan Bowie.
The senior is the team’s top cover man and is one of a kind in the York-Adams League. Rarely will teams allow one high school defensive back to play man-to-man with no safety help. Bowie, however, is an exception. He has a knack for shutting down wide receivers, earning him the nickname “Bowie Island.”
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