Wildcats Football Stats Going Into Friday Night at Texas High

Here is a look at the Wildcats statistically going into the Texas High game Friday. The Wildcats are tied for third in the district with a 1-1 record. Their season record is 2-4. The Wildcats offense is #2 in the district behind Texas High. The Wildcats are averaging 30.1 points and 379.8 yards per game. The Wildcats have the sixth best defense in the district. They are giving up 42.1 points and 398.8 yards per game.

The Wildcats are plus 2 for turnovers. They have 8 fumble recoveries and 4 interceptions for a total of 12. They have lost 5 fumbles and have thrown 5 interceptions for a total of 10.

In rushing, back Searn Rodgers is #3 in district with 406 yards. Back Cason Goodson is #12 in district with 204 yards. Colton Allen is #13 in district with 189 yards.

Quarterback Ryan Humphries is the district’s top passer with 89 completions out of 161 passes, that’s 55%, for 1259 yards with 14 touchdowns and five interceptions.

Among receivers, Simeon Taylor is tops in the district with 42 catches and 6 touchdowns. Calvin Eckert is #9 in district with 11 catches. Cor’Tavius Pruitt is tied for #10 in district with 10 catches.

Angel Tavera is #2 in district in punting averaging 33.17 yards per punt on 23 punts.In punt returns, Taylor is #4 in district averaging 5.75 yards on 4 returns.

In interceptions, safety D.J. Abron is tied for first in district with 2 pick offs. The team has four total.

Taylor is tied for fifth in district in scoring with 36 points with his six touchdowns.

In scoring by kickers, Tavera is third in district with 25 points on 19 extra point kicks and 2 field goals.

In total tackles and assists, linebacker Jaxon Reneau has 34, linebacker Easton Silman has 33, linebacker Lawrence Worth and Abron have 32 and linebacker Daniel Moreno has 31. The team’s sack leader is defensive lineman D’Idrec Dugan with 3. The team has 7. Eight players have recovered fumbles: Silman, cornerback Terrell Turman, safety Austin Dodd, cornerback Damiyon Dugan, Abron, Moreno, defensive lineman Jose Rorriquez and safety Tray Dial.

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Author: Staff Reporter

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