Running Backs for the Hayden Wildcats

930 x 180 AD PLACEMENT

Running Backs for the Hayden Wildcats

hayden wildcats

Having only two wins on the season, the Hayden Wildcats are a team that has to improve if they want to be competitive in the near future. Among the top players are running backs Andrew Rappleyea, Brayden Rose, and JC Cummings. If these players can take the next step, they could be on their way to a playoff run.

JC Cummings

JC Cummings of the Hayden Wildcats is known for his running ability. He had over 600 yards rushing last season. This year he is looking to build on that.

Last year, Hayden faced three power programs. The Wildcats lost to them each. Now they are going to face the next one. The 10-1 Holton Wildcats will be Hayden’s next opponent.

930 x 180 AD PLACEMENT

Hayden’s first drive of the second quarter ended in a turnover. It was a turnover on downs. The Wildcats recovered on the first play of the second half.

Then Jensen Schrickel intercepted a pass in the end zone. He returned it 48 yards for a touchdown with 8:25 to play in the second half. The extra point was not good. Hayden led 22-19.

The Hayden Wildcats added a touchdown run by JC Cummings with a little under a minute left in the third quarter. He ran it in from 11 yards out. He then ran it in again for a 2-point conversion to give Hayden a 22-19 lead.

Hayden scored two early touchdowns and had four scoring plays of 46 yards or more. The Wildcats also had another 82-yard touchdown pass in the second half.

930 x 180 AD PLACEMENT

Hayden had a chance to tie or win the game in the fourth quarter. But Jensen Schrickel intercepted the Silver Lake pass in the end zone. This gave Hayden the ball at the Wellsville’s 42-yard line. It took just 10 seconds for Schrickel to score. He then kicked the extra point to give Hayden a 7-3 lead.

See Also  Cordova High School Football Players and Coaches

Hayden has now defeated two defending state champions. The Wildcats are now 2-0. They will play a rematch against Holton.

The Bulldawgs fought hard but could not overcome the Wildcats. They were matched for most of the game.

Brayden Rose

Besides the olfactory the Wildcats have been putting up impressive numbers lately and that’s a good thing, right? In the grand scheme of things, they had a shot at the title of champions in the state, despite a few hiccups and road bumps along the way. They’re on the cusp of their second undefeated season in four years and a well-deserved state title in the next few weeks. A healthy dose of oomph from the coaches and fans will help them take it to the next level in the coming weeks and months. Getting back to the main event will not be an easy task, but the road to redemption will be well rewarded.

930 x 180 AD PLACEMENT

Andrew Rappleyea

Whether it’s catching the ball or tackling a running back, Andrew Rappleyea is a stud. He’s a four star recruit and a member of the Dean List, and he’s also been ranked in the top 15 tight ends in the country. He also has offers from Michigan State, Ohio State, and Wake Forest.

The best part about Andrew is that he’s only 6’4 and 220 pounds. While this may seem like a tall order, he’s actually been able to make some noise on the defensive side of the ball, racking up 102 tackles in his sophomore season. He’s also been a part of the Weston Wildcats’ dual county small championship squad. This isn’t the first time Andrew has done something to get his name in lights, as he was a part of the Weston golf team’s 2002 ECNL team.

Andrew Rappleyea’s high school career started at Our Lady of Lourdes High School in Poughkeepsie, New York. He then transferred to Milton Academy for his junior season. During that time, he was a two-way player, earning the honor of MVP of the Independent School League, and also starring in the NEPSAC Class B semifinals. He finished his senior season with a 15-3-2 record and earned a spot on the ECSC’s All-Area and All-State teams.

See Also  Albertville Football Schedules - 2022

Andrew Rappleyea’s list of high school accomplishments includes being named to the Dean List, earning MVP of the Independent School League, and also earning a spot on the All-Area and All-State football teams. He’s also been a member of the All-State and All-Area golf teams. His other high school achievements include being named to the All-Area baseball team, as well as a member of the All-State lacrosse team.

JC Dunshee

JC Dunshee had a big first quarter in his return to Hayden this season. He bolted up the right sideline for a score. He turned to look at the Hayden sideline when the extra point kick was being called. He also had a pick-six. He finished with 151 yards on 14 carries.

Hayden opened up a 21-3 lead at the half. Silver Lake (1-1) got on the board with a 31-yard field goal by Dysen Schooler. Then, Tanner Martin connected with Trenton Rollenhagen for a 64-yard pass play at the 9:48 mark of the first quarter.

Hayden held Silver Lake to three points. The Eagles turned over the ball four times. But they couldn’t capitalize on their early touchdowns.

The Bulldawgs put together long drives. They matched the Wildcats for much of the game. But in the fourth quarter, Silver Lake scored its only touchdown. It was a Brody Deiter pass. After Silver Lake missed the two-point conversion, Hayden had a 22-6 lead.

During the second quarter, Silver Lake’s Tanner Martin was picked off three times. He also ran for a 67-yard touchdown. JC Cummings and Brayden Rose added touchdown runs of 16 and 42 yards, respectively.

Hayden outgained Silver Lake 513 yards to 359 yards. The Wildcats scored on offense, defense and special teams. They also held Silver Lake to three punts.

Hayden had five touchdowns of at least 46 yards. Dunshee ran for 75 yards, JC Cummings added a 16-yard touchdown run and Brayden Rose ran for a 42-yard touchdown on the final carry of the game. The win improved Hayden to 2-0 on the season. The Wildcats have now defeated two defending state champions.

See Also  Brewer High School in Fort Worth, Texas

Running backs

Despite being an underdog against Topeka High, the running backs for the Hayden Wildcats have done a good job in their first two games. They have totaled 73 carries for 357 yards, including two touchdowns.

The team had the first big drive of the night. Dayne Black scored on a 4-yard run. Hayden’s next drive covered 77 yards for a touchdown. He also scored on a 28-yard pass from senior star Antonio Robinson Jr.

Hayden led the Wildcats to a 14-0 lead with 6:49 left in the third quarter. Garrett Dunn, Scot Bennett, and Hayden Alford all scored on runs of less than one yard.

After losing to Holton in Week 2, Hayden received the ball on their first possession of the second half. Dayne Black sealed the victory with a 4-yard run.

Hayden was held to 66 yards rushing in the second half, but had the best drive of the night. He bolted 75 yards up the right sideline for a touchdown. His PAT was no good, however.

The offense was revived by the fact that the team lost the ball on a kick return. Then, Hayden’s linebacker fumbled the ball, which was recovered by Holland at the Hayden 30.

Hayden’s running backs have had a strong performance when the team needs them the most. They have rushed for 2,010 yards and 24 touchdowns as a junior.

The last time the Wildcats reached the state championship game, they lost to Perry-Lecompton. Now, the Wildcats are 6-1. They will play Springville in their next game. They have a solid chance to make the playoffs.

In addition to running the ball, the Wildcats are also a very dangerous passing team. The team has completed 10 of 11 passes for 108 yards and two touchdowns.

930 x 180 AD PLACEMENT
You might also like

Albertville Aggies Football

Albertville Aggies Football Whether you live in the area or just happen to be a fan of the game, it’s important to know what teams are going to be playing each week. It’s also important to know what each team’s strengths are and how they play against each other. By understanding these things, you can […]

Central Football Schedule for 2013

Central Football Schedule for 2013 Despite having the worst record in the league, the Central Tigers are still in a position to play for the Conference Championship. They are also still in a great position to finish first or second in the West Division. They will face Midland High, Odessa High and Onekama High in […]

930 x 180 AD PLACEMENT
Everything is available

Follow us always to get updates

Promo Never Show Again Yes, I'll !