Here are the latest Wildcats’ football stats going into Friday night’s bi-district game against Mesquite Poteet at Lindale. The Wildcats finished the regular season at 4-6 with a 3-3 district record.
They are averaging 27 points a game for all ten games and they have allowed 32.3 points per game. In just district games, the Wildcats scored 25.1 points a game and yielded 24.5 points per game. The Wildcats offense finished #2 in district averaging 359.3 yards per game.
The Wildcats’ defense was the district’s fourth best giving up 345.8 yards per game. On plus minus concerning turnovers, the Wildcats are a plus 2. They have lost six fumbles and have thrown eight interceptions for 14 giveaways. The Wildcats have recovered 11 fumbles and they have 5 interceptions for takeaways totaling 16. That’s plus 2.
In rushing, back Searn Rodgers leads the team with 611 yards. Back Colton Allen has added 464 yards and back Cason Goodson has 283 yards. In passing quarterback Ryan Humphries was the district’s second best completing 130 of 233 passes, that’s 56%, for 1753 yards with 16 touchdowns. In receiving, receiver Simeon Taylor was the district’s second best with 50 catches. Cor’Tavius Pruitt has 18 catches. In punting, kicker Angel Tavera is the district’s top punter averaging 34.15 yards on 39 punts. In punt returns, Taylor averages 5.13 yards per return on 8 returns. In scoring, Taylor has 42 points from seven touchdowns. In scoring by a kicker, Tavera has 37 points from 25 extra point kicks and 4 field goals.
In tackles and assists, linebacker Jaxon Reneau has a team leading 52, Abron has 48, linebacker Easton Silman has 46, defensive lineman D’Idric Dugan has 43 and linebackers Lawrence Worth and Daniel Moreno have 41 each. The Wildcats have 21 sacks. Team leader is Dugan with 8, defensive lineman Haven Tennison has 5 and defensive lineman Cameron Cooks has 3 sacks. In interceptions, safety D.J. Abron has a team leading 2.The Wildcats have recovered 11 fumbles and cornerback Terrell Turman leads the team with 2.