3   Hughes, Anthony

Height: 6'1
Weight: 205
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 12/9/1999
GPA: 2.40
Favorite Class: French
Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Flannery
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: Brotherhood.

Leaving the program as one of the most decorated football players in HHS history, Anthony will be unreplaceable with his athleticism and versatility.  He owns four HHS football records and is in the top 5 in seven others.  He was named ‘ALL-COUNTY’ as well as 1st team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ in all three seasons he played varsity football for the COMMANDOS.  In addition to that, during his senior season, he was Region 4-6A’s ‘OFFENSIVE MVP’, Sumner County’s ‘OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR’, was named to the Tennessee football coaches association class 6A ‘ALL-STATE’ team as an athlete, 3rd team ‘ALL-MIDSTATE’ as a linebacker, was voted by his teammates as the teams ‘MOST VALUABLE PLAYER’, and played in the ‘EAST/WEST ALL-STAR CLASSIC’ where he was the leading rusher of the game.  During his junior season he was voted by his teammates as the teams ‘MOST VALUABLE PLAYER’ as well as the ‘MOST VALUABLE BACK’.  He is #1 all-time in HHS history in yards per carry with an impressive average of 10.11 yards gained every time he ran the ball.  He is also #1 in total touchdowns scored in a career with 41 and total points scored in a career with 248.  He ranks 3rd all-time in rushing yards in a season with 1,070 yards in 2017, #4 in career rushing yards with 2,386, #4 in TD’s in a season with 15 touchdowns scored in 2017, 2nd in rushing TD’s for a career with 30, 3rd all-time for TD’s in a season with 18 in 2017, 2nd with 9 receiving touchdowns in a career, 4th with 6 receiving TD’s in a season during 2016, and his 96 yard kickoff return for a touchdown versus Rossview in 2017 is #1 all-time.  He ends his career with 2,386 rushing yards on 236 carries with 30 TD’s, 523 receiving yards on 31 catches with 9 more scores, 11 kickoff returns for 365 yards and 1 score, and completed 1 pass on 3 attempts for 11 yards.  On defense his career stats include 112 tackles, 6 sacks, 7 QB hurries, 8 tackles for loss, 5 pass break ups, 2 forced fumbles, 1 fumble recovery, 1 defensive touchdown, and 1 blocked punt.  He had the ability to play multiple positions on both sides of the ball and did a great job during his career with the team.

2017-Continued his dominance on Friday nights throughout his senior season, leading the team in rushing and scoring.  Despite missing the season opener due to injury, Anthony amassed 1,202 yards on 111 carries with 15 TD’s.  He added 2 touchdowns receiving with 115 receiving yards on 10 receptions, returned 6 kickoffs for 202 yards with 1 touchdown, and completed his only pass for 11 yards.  His 18 touchdowns scored during the season ranks 3rd all-time in school history, his 1,070 rushing yards during the regular season is the 3rd best mark in school history, and his 15 rushing TD’s is 3rd best all-time.  In addition to that, he had the schools longest kickoff return ever against Rossview with a 96 yard kickoff return that he took to the endzone.  On the defensive side of the ball, he finished the season with 24 tackles, 2 sacks, 1 QB hurry, and 1 pass break up.  He was voted by his teammates as the teams ‘MOST VALUABLE PLAYER’.  Also for his efforts during the season, he was named as Region 4-6A’s ‘OFFENSIVE MVP’, Sumner County’s ‘OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR’, was class 6A ‘ALL-STATE’ by Tennessee Football Coaches Association as an athlete, 3rd team ‘ALL-MIDSTATE’ as an linebacker, and was selected to play in the ‘EAST/WEST ALL-STAR CLASSIC’.  During the All-Star game, he was the leading rusher for either team.  Led the team in rushing yards in 8 of the 10 games he played in and went over 100 yards in 8 games.  His best rushing output was 172 yards and came against Lebanon, he also had 156 versus Gallatin, 142 against Rossview, 134 versus Wilson Central, 132 versus Blackman, 128 against Franklin, 124 versus Station Camp, and 104 against Centennial.  His career long rush of 76 yards went for a touchdown and was in the teams home playoff game against Blackman.  He scored at least 1 touchdowns in all 10 games that he played in.  Caught passes in 6 games while having receiving TD’s against Centennial and Beech.  Led the team in tackles against Centennial where he also had 2 sacks.

2016-Had another spectacular season for the COMMANDOS leading the team in rushing, receiving, and touchdowns scored.  He was named to the ‘ALL-REGION’ team as well as being 1st ‘ALL-COUNTY’ as a running back.  He was also voted by his teammates as the teams ‘MOST VALUABLE PLAYER’ as well as the teams ‘MOST VALUABLE BACK’.  He was a starter on both offense and defense for most of the season at running back and linebacker while seeing some action on Special Teams.  Led the team in rushing during 7 games, receiving yards in 4 games, and in tackles once.  Ended the season with 813 rushing yards on 88 carries with 9 touchdowns on the ground.  Caught 16 passes for 330 yards and 6 more scores, had 4 kickoff returns for 99 yards, tallied 13 tackles, 6 QB hurries, 3 sacks, 1 forced fumble, and 1 pass break up.  His 6 receiving TD’s is the 3rd most in a season in HHS history.  Led team with a career high 174 rushing yards in the team’s season opening victory over McGavock; also led team against Cane Ridge with 148, Siegel with 138, Hillsboro with 101, East Nashville with 74, Station Camp with 67, and Gallatin with 37.  Led team in rushing attempts against McGavock, Siegel, Cane Ridge, and Beech.  His season long rush was a 57 yard run against Cane Ridge.  Scored 2 rushing touchdowns against McGavock, Cane Ridge, and East Nashville while scoring 1 rushing TD versus Hillsboro, Gallatin, and Hunters Lane.  Had a career best in both receptions and receiving yards against Cane Ridge when he caught 5 passes for 115 yards with 2 TD’s.  Also led team in receptions against Siegel, Beech, Station Camp, Glencliff, and Hunters Lane, and in receiving yards against Siegel, Beech, and Station Camp.  His other receiving touchdowns came against Siegel, Station Camp, Glencliff, and Hunters Lane.  Led team with a season best 7 tackles against Station Camp when he also had 3 QB pressures and 1 sack.  Also had a sack against Hillsboro and East Nashville.  Had 2 kickoff returns against both Hillsboro and Cane Ridge.

2015-Had a great season for the team being the top tackler with 70 total tackles.  Started at linebacker all season long and was named ‘ALL-REGION’ as well as 1st team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ for his play during the season.  As well as starting on both defense and Special Teams, he also saw a lot of game action on offense at running back.  Ended the season with 70 tackles, 1 sack, 8 tackles for loss, 1 forced fumble, 2 pass break ups, and 1 fumble recovery that he returned for a touchdown.  Recorded at least 1 tackle in all of the teams 12 games, and led the team in tackles in 8 games.  Led the team with a career high 13 tackles as in the team’s 30-16 victory over Beech.  Also led the team in tackles against East Nashville with 9, Independence with 8, Shelbyville with 7, Hillsboro with 7, Cane Ridge with 7, McGavock with 6, and Hunters Lane with 4.  Had a career best 3 tackles for lost yardage against Hunters Lane, also recorded tackles for loss against McGavock, Siegel, Cane Ridge, Beech, and Shelbyville.  Had pass break ups against Gallatin and Glencliff.  His sack came in the Independence contest and he forced a fumble versus Beech.  His fumble recovery came in the team’s 1st round playoff victory over Shelbyville and he returned the fumble 42 yards for a defensive touchdown.  On offense, he ran the ball in 11 of the 12 games and ended the season with 37 rushing attempt for 371 yards and 6 touchdowns while adding 5 receptions for 78 yards and 1 more score.  He also attempted 2 passes that both fell incomplete.  His best game rushing the ball came against Cane Ridge when he had 71 yard that included his season long rush of 40 yards.  Scored rushing TD’s against Cane Ridge, Station Camp, Gallatin, Glencliff, Hunters Lane, and Shelbyville.  Caught passes against Hillsboro, Shelbyville, and Independence.  His high of 29 yards receiving came in the teams 2nd round playoff defeat to Independence that included his season long 23 yard reception that was a touchdown.  He also had 1 kickoff return that went for 64 yards against Cane Ridge, and blocked a punt versus Hunters Lane.

2014-A preseason injury prevented Anthony from suiting up for the Freshman COMMANDOS.  The injury forced him to miss the entire season, but he stayed with the team, showed up every day, and worked hard to get healthy.

Passing Fumbles
Comp Att Pct Yards Avg TD Int FUM Lost
1 3 33.33% 11 11.0 0 0 0 0

Receiving Fumbles
Rec Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
31 523 16.87 42 9 0 0

Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
236 2386 10.11 76 30 3 3

Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
112 62 50 6 0 7 8 0 0 5 1 2 1

Punts Yds Net Yds Lng Avg Net Avg Blk OOB Dn In 20 TB Ret RetY TD
0 0 0 0 - - 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Special Teams
Kicking Punting Tackles
Returns Yards Avg TD Returns Yards Avg TD
11 365 33.18 1 0 0 - 0 0

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Rockom, Zach
Zach Rockom

Height: 6'3
Weight: 250
Class: Senior
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2018 Schedule
8/17 Blackman Home -
8/24 Centennial Away -
8/31 Station Camp Home -
9/7 Beech Away -
9/14 Lebanon Home -
9/21 Franklin Away -
9/28 Wilson Central (HC) Home -
10/5 Gallatin Home -
10/12 BYE Home -
10/19 Rossview Away -
10/26 Mt. Juliet Away -
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Lebanon 0 0
Mt. Juliet 0 0
Rossview 0 0
Station Camp 0 0
Wilson Central 0 0
Hendersonville 0 0
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