Wildcat Football Stats Reflect Strength When Compared to District Foes

The Wildcats’ football team is averaging 29.3 points a game and is allowing 42.3 points per game. All of that difference is due to their lopsided loss in Florida. Compared with the rest of our district, the Wildcats offense is the district’s second best averaging 364.3 yards per game. The Wildcats defense is third best in the district giving up 398 yards per game.

In team plus/minus, the Wildcats are a plus 5 for turnovers. The Wildcats have recovered five fumbles and have four interceptions for 9 turnovers. They have lost three fumbles and had only one interception for four turnovers.

Back Searn Rodgers has 263 yards rushing to lead the team. That’s second best in the district. Cason Goodson is eleventh best in the district with 96 yards. Ryan Humphries has completed 44 of 80 passes, that’s 55%, for 562 yards with 6 touchdowns and 1 interception. He’s the district second best passer. Receiver Simeon Taylor is the district’s leading receiver with 17 catches for 290 yards and three touchdowns. Cor’Tavius Pruitt is tied for seventh in district with 8 catches for 63 yards and one touchdown. Calvin Eckert is tied for tenth in district with 7 catches for 53 yards.

On defense, the Wildcats leaders in total tackles including assists are Jaxon Reneau with 23, Haven Tennison with 18, D.J. Abron and Daniel Moreno with 17 and Easton Silman, Tiesan Goodson and Tray Dial with 16. Sack leaders with one apiece are Silman, Reneau and Tennison. Fumble recovery leaders are Terrell Turman, Austin Dodd, Damiyon Dugan, D.J. Abron and Jose Rodriquez with one each. D.J. Abron leads the team with two interceptions and he’s also tied for first in the district. Dodd and Reneau, tied for fourth in district, have one interception apiece.

In punting, Angel Tavera is the district’s third best punter averaging 32.67 yards a kick on 15 punts. D.Q. Pitts, who is out for the season with an injury, is fifth in the district averaging 16 yards on two punt returns. Simeon Taylor is sixth in district averaging 8 yards on one punt return. Taylor is also six in district in kickoff returns averaging 26.5 yards per return on 2 returns. Cason Goodson is ninth in district averaging 24 yards a kickoff return on 2 kick returns.

In scoring, Taylor is tied for seventh in district with 18 points on three touchdowns. Kicker Angel Tavera has 14 points, 9th best in district, with 11 extra point kicks and a field goal. He’s the district second leading kicker in scoring. Lawrence Worth is tied for tenth in district with 12 points on two touchdowns.

Wildcat Football Scrimmage

Author: Staff Reporter

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