48   Cupit, Colt

Height: 6'0
Weight: 165
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 4/21/1995
GPA: 3.60
Favorite Class: Calculus AP
Favorite Teacher: Coach Beasley
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: COMMANDO football is a home away from home. It's a family working hard together to achieve the ultimate goal.

Colt was a great young man who was a hard worker who always did his best in everything that was asked of him.  He developed into one of the teams leaders, and was a starter in all 3 phases of the game.  He won the prestigious ‘COMMANDO PRIDE’ award for the 2012 season.  In addition to that team award, Colt was also named ‘All-District’ for District 9-AAA in 2012 and was named 1st Team ‘All-County’.  Colt was a very smart player, and was able to play multiple positions on both sides of the ball; he also worked very hard in the classroom and was regularly on the teams honor roll.  On offense, Colt played Halfback, Fullback, Split End, and Tight End; on defense, he was able to play any position in the secondary, but spent most of his time at Free Safety.  Colt ended his career with 18 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 9 pass break ups.  On offense he had 42 carries for 102 yards with 1 touchdown, and 1 reception for 8 yards.  He added 5 blocked punts on Special Teams.  His stats do not show how much of an impact he had on the team during his 4 year career.  His leadership, willingness to do whatever was asked of him, and football awareness will be missed.  He was a great, team player for HHS.

2012-Was a starter on both sides of the ball, and on all Special Teams.  Earned ‘All-District’ honors as well as being named 1st Team ‘All-County’ for his efforts during the 2012 season.  Had to miss time due to injury, but came back and helped the team in many different ways.  His great attitude, leadership, and work ethic made him the teams ‘COMMANDO PRIDE’ award winner.  Started several games at Free Safety where he made all of the coverage calls for the defense, ended season with 6 tackles and 5 pass break ups.  Tied a career high of 3 tackles against Franklin and had a career high of 2 pass break ups in that game.  Also recorded tackles in the Station Camp, Riverdale, and Mt. Juliet games.  Had pass break ups against Station Camp, Wilson Central, and Riverdale.  On the offensive side of the ball, he played Halfback, Split End, and Tight End.  He was smart enough and athletic enough to be effective at all 3 of those positions throughout the season.   He ended the season with 31 carries for 71 yards and 1 TD.  He also added 1 reception that went for 8 yards.  Had a career long rush of 12 yards twice during the season, against Franklin and Beech.  His career best of 23 rushing yards was in the Station Camp game, and his touchdown was against Mt. Juliet.  His reception was in the Gallatin game.  He was also on every special team when he was healthy.

2011-Had another excellent season on Special Teams blocking 2 punts.  Colt also rotated in more at Free Safety and made the move from Split End to Running Back on offense.  On Special Teams, he blocked a punt in the season opener versus Station Camp and had another block in the Wilson Central game.  In the 2nd Round of the playoffs versus Gallatin, he picked up a blocked punt and returned it to the one yard line setting up a touchdown for the COMMANDOS.  He also saw more action on defense at Free Safety where he tallied 9 tackles, 1 tackle for loss, and 2 pass break ups.  Had a career high of 3 tackles in the Wilson Central game that included 1 tackle for loss and 1 pass break up.  He also had tackles in the Franklin, Lebanon, Springfield, and Henry County games.  His other pass break up came in the Springfield game.  On the offensive side of the ball, he had 11 carries for 31 yards.  He had a season high 10 rushing yards against Franklin that included his season long rush of 10 yards.  He also carried the ball in the Wilson Central, Gallatin, Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, and Henry County games.  Colt played in every JV game as well.

2010-Did an excellent job for the JV team at both Free Safety and Split End.  Was also a very valuable member of the COMMANDOS Special Teams on Friday nights.  Was a starter all season on Special Teams.  He blocked 3 punts including 2 in the playoffs.  He blocked punts against Hunters Lane as well as the 1st Round Playoff game versus Gallatin and the Semi-Final game against Ridgeway.  Each of those 3 blocked punts created major momentum swings in the COMMANDOS favor.  Also saw limited playing time on offense and defense.  Ended season with 3 tackles and 2 pass break ups.  He recorded tackles in the Lebanon, Station Camp, and Portland games while both pass breakups were against Lebanon.

2009-Member of the 6-2 Freshman team.  Won the '+/- Award' for the Freshman team.  Wore jersey #15 for the Freshman.

 -2009-2012 - Member of the HHS Wrestling Team

-2010-2013 – Member of the Sumner County Lacrosse Team



Receiving Fumbles
Rec Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
1 8 8.0 8 0 0 0

Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
42 102 2.43 12 1 0 0

Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
18 15 3 0 0 0 1 3 0 9 0 0 0

Punts Yds Net Yds Lng Avg Net Avg Blk OOB Dn In 20 TB Ret RetY TD
0 0 0 0 - - 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Jones, Dalton
Dalton Jones

Height: 6'1
Weight: 220
Class: Senior
Bio & Stats
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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