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80   Dye, Troy
DE / TE

Height: 6'3
Weight: 250
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 1/19/1993
GPA: 3.10
Favorite Class: Geometry
Favorite Teacher: Coach Taylor
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: Commando Football has taught me much of what I know, its taught me to be a leader and to have great character and many other important qualities. Without COMMANDO Football I would not be the person I am today.

Troy was a 4 year player for the COMMANDOS, and was always one of the best players on the team.  He was a solid Defensive End forcing teams to run the ball away from him, and he was a dynamic Tight End who made great catches as well as delivered punishing blocks.  Troy was a two time ‘1st Team All-County Performer’ (2009 & 2010) and was ‘All District’ in 2010.  Voted as a ‘Team Captain’ by his teammates along with fellow seniors Elijah Howell, Whit Gray, and Joe Townsend.  For every game of his career that he was healthy, Troy was a starter at either Defensive End or Tight End.  Ended career with 20 receptions for 227 yards and 7 TD’s, 95 tackles, 6.5 sacks, and 5 forced fumbles.  The COMMANDOS will truly miss Troy’s leadership as well as his athletic ability.  He has signed a letter of intent to continue his player career in college at the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

2010-Troy had another great year for the COMMANDOS as a senior; he was important leader of the team.  Was voted a ‘Team Captain’ by his teammates.  Also was selected to the ‘All District Team’ as well as being ‘1st Team All-County’ for the second consecutive year.  Was a starter at both Defensive End and Tight End.  Troy started all 15 games at Tight End where was a dominating blocker and threat in the passing game.  He was an asset on offense because he was one of the few players that had the ability to catch and run with the ball as well as throw devastating blocks that would help break running plays for big gains.  He also was an anchor point at Defensive End for the COMMANDOS.  Ended season with 49 tackles, 1 QB hurry, 4 forced fumbles, 4 pass break-ups, 6 sacks, and 7 tackles for loss.  Had 9 receptions for 99 yards and was tied for a team high 4 receiving touchdowns (Nigel Jones also had 4 receiving TD’s).  Recorded tackles in 14 of the teams 15 games, including a career high 8 tackles in the COMMANDOS 24-10 playoff victory over Henry County.  He also had a tackle for loss and pass break-up in the Henry County game.  Had 2 sacks in the regular season Gallatin game and in the Station Camp game.  Also recorded sacks against Beech and Wilson Central.  Forced fumbles against Lebanon, Hunters Lane, Station Camp, and Gallatin.  Had tackles for loss in the Station Camp, Portland, Gallatin, Ridgeway, and State Championships games.  Caught passes in 7 games.  Led team in both receiving yards and receptions in the Riverdale game.  Scored receiving TD’s against Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, Hunters Lane, and Henry County.  Career long reception was a 38 yard TD catch versus Lebanon.

2009-Was named a 1st team selection to the All-County Team despite missing time early in the year due to injury.  Started at both Tight End and Defensive End when he came back from injury.  Was consistent on both sides of the ball ending the season with 14 total tackles, and 10 receptions.  Recorded tackles in each of the COMMANDOS last 7 games, with a season high of 3 versus Station Camp where he also had 2 QB hurries.  Also, had tackles for loss in each of the COMMANDOS last 4 games, and recovered a fumble versus Wilson Central.  At Tight End, he had 10 receptions for 118 yards and 3 TD’s.  Led team in receptions and receiving yards twice, led team in both categories in the Station Camp game with 2 receptions for 17 yards and 1 TD.  Also led team in both categories in the COMMANDOS playoff game with 3 catches for 31 yards and 1 TD.  Scored game tying TD in the team’s season opening game versus Riverdale with less than 1 minute left, and HHS would go on to win in double overtime.  His season long reception of 22 yards came in the LaVergne game.

2008-Had an excellent Sophomore season on both sides of the football.  Ended the season with 32 tackles, 0.5 sacks, 4 tackles for loss, and 13 QB hurries.  Also forced 1 fumble and recovered 1 fumble.  On offense, Troy had one reception for 10 yards.  The reception came in the COMMANDOS Region 5 clinching victory at Hunters Lane 17-6.  Also, started one game at Tight End against Station Camp.  Recorded tackles in 10 of the COMMANDOS 12 games.  Had season high 7 tackles in HHS 1st Round Playoff win against Ravenwood.  In that game he also had 2 QB Hurries and 2 tackles for loss.  His half sack came in game against Antioch where he also had 3 QB Hurries.  Fumble recovery was against Dickson County, and forced fumble against Hunters Lane.  Troy was also a JV player for the COMMANDOS.

2007-Troy excelled on the Freshman team in 2007 at both Defensive End and Tight End.

-Member of the HHS Basketball team




Receiving Fumbles
Rec Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
20 227 11.35 38 7 0 0


Defense
Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
95 72 23 6.5 0 18 15 96 0 5 0 5 2




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Halas, Austin
Austin Halas
DL / TE

Height: 6'3
Weight: 240
Class: Senior
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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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