Former Corona Centennial QB Taylor Martinez raising money for cancer research

Eric Sondheimer
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Former Corona Centennial and Nebraska quarterback Taylor Martinez participated in 2013 when Jack Hoffman went 69 yards for an ESPY Award touchdown in Nebraska's spring game.

A year later, Martinez is helping the Team Jack Foundation. Martinez is owner of the technology company Magic 3 Apps, Inc. and announced that 50% of profits from the sale of a new App, Risky Road, will be donated to the Team Jack Foundation to support pediatric brain cancer research.

The App is available for use on Android and iPhone devices.




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