Wildcats Football Defensive Coordinator Alex Guerra said his defense did alright Friday night (September 20), especially during the first half, against Royse City at Gerald Prim Stadium. He said during the first half, the Wildcats defense got a couple of turnovers and helped earn a safety. Coach Guerra said during the second half, the defense got a little tired. They did get another turnover/ He said the defense played hard against a pretty strong opponent. Coach Guerra said defensive tackle D’Andre Peoples is getting better every week. He said Peoples stayed positive all night long. Defensive tackle Cameron Kaufert is playing with a soft cast on one hand. Coach Guerra said Kaufert gives you all he’s got and added that a one-handed Kaufert is better than some kids with two hands. He said outside linebacker Kylan Wade did a great job and made a couple of big plays. Coach Guerra said Wade is growing as a leader. He said Wade used to yell and scream but now encourages his teammates. Coach Guerra said he’s excited by the play of outside linebacker Aidan Walker. He said Wade, Walker and outside linebacker Cameron Hargrave are all contributing. Coach Guerra said cornerback Dominique Sims was given quite a challenge Friday. He was guarding Royse City’s speedy wide out Ketron Jackson. Coach Guerra said Sims had a consistent game. He said safety Chase Haney is the #1 leader of the defense and is the quarterback for the unit. He said Haney makes defensive adjustments and checks. Coach Guerra said he and Haney have a good relationship. He said he is proud of the Wildcats because they keep working hard.
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