2   Elston, Jeremias

Height: 6'1
Weight: 195
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 8/27/1996
GPA: 3.30
Favorite Class: Honors Pre-Calculus
Favorite Teacher: Coach Taylor
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: Commando Football is a brotherhood of hardworking individuals, striving to become better men and players. With a championship as their main goal.

Jeremias was a three year starter at quarterback for the COMMANDOS where he did an excellent job running the offense.  He was also a starter in the defensive secondary for much of his senior season.  He led a record breaking offense in both 2013 & 2014.  During his junior year, he helped led the team to the TSSAA class 6A State Championship Game appearance; as the offense broke the school record for points scored in a season with 534 total points, rushing yards in a season with 4,209 yards, as well as total yards with 5,195.  In 2014, while finishing with a perfect District record and earning a District 9-AAA title; the offense broke the 10 game regular season records for points scored with 473, rushing yards with 3,326, and total yards with 4,097.  He was voted by his teammates as a ‘Team Captain’ along with Jacob Throneberry following his senior season.  He also was on the ‘All-District’ team and was named 2nd team ‘All-County’ at quarterback for the 3rd consecutive season.  His ended his career as the all-time leader in HHS history for touchdown passes thrown with 26.  He was also 3rd all-time for career passing yards with 2,501.  Ended his career with 161 completions on 298 attempts with 26 TD’s and 12 interceptions while rushing the ball 179 times for 699 yards and 16 touchdowns; also recorded 7 tackles and had 9 pass break  ups on defense.  He was a very hard worker that wanted to the best he could at all times.  He demanded that his teammates work hard at practice, and he was able to have fun while making sure everyone was working hard.  His leadership and experience is something that will be tough to replace.

2014-Did a great job leading the COMMANDO offense for the third straight season.  With his leadership, the offense was able to break the regular season school record for total yards with 4,097, rushing yards with 3,326, and points score with 473.  He was voted by his teammates as a ‘Team Captain’ for the District 9-AAA Champion COMMANDOS.  He was also named to the ‘All-District’ team as well as being named 2nd team ‘All-County’ at quarterback.  He ended the season with 844 passing yards as he completed 47 passes on 87 attempts and threw 10 touchdowns versus only 2 interceptions; he also carried the ball 44 times for 162 yards and 7 more TD’s.  Jeremias also earned a starting spot at cornerback in the defensive secondary, and he was a two way starter for the first 6 games of the season before an injury made it difficult for him to play as much defense.  He ended the season with 4 tackles and 8 pass break ups.  He recorded stops against Hunters Lane, Lebanon, Brentwood, and Riverdale.  He had a career high 3 pass break ups versus Brentwood, and added 2 more against both Riverdale and Gallatin while having 1 in the Wilson Central game.  He threw for more than 100 yards twice during the season, with a season high of 167 yards coming against Lebanon when he went 6 for 9 and competed 2 balls for touchdowns.  His other game when he topped 100 yards was against Beech when he had 5 completions on 8 attempts for 133 yards and 1 TD.  Against Hunters Lane, Jeremias was a perfect 5 for 5 for 81 yards and 1 touchdown.  He also threw touchdowns against Wilson Central (2), Riverdale, Mt. Juliet, Station Camp, and Independence.  His interceptions came against Brentwood and Riverdale.  His best ground game of the season was the Gallatin game when he rushed for 38 yards.  His season long rush of 22 yards was against Lebanon, and he scored rushing touchdowns against Lebanon, Brentwood, Riverdale, Mt. Juliet, Beech, Station Camp, and Independence.

2013-Was the teams starting quarterback all season where he directed an offense that scored 534 points which is the most in school history.  With his leadership on the offensive side of the ball, he helped lead the team to a state championship appearance.  He was named 2nd team ‘All-County’ for his efforts leading the offense during the season.  Ended the season with 62 completions on 120 attempts for 982 yards with 11 touchdowns and 5 interceptions.  Added 343 rushing yards on 84 carries with 8 TD’s and 1 two point conversion.  He threw or ran for a touchdown in 13 of the teams 15 games.  He topped the 100 yard mark passing 4 times throughout the season including a career best 169 yards against Portland when he also threw for 2 touchdowns.  His other 100 yard passing games were against Gallatin with 107, Riverdale with 102, and Beech with 110.  His career best 3 passing touchdowns were thrown in the Beech game.  He also threw TD passes against Wilson Central, Hunters Lane, Independence, White Station, and Maryville.  Had a season best 58 rushing yards in the regular season matchup with Station Camp.  Scored 2 rushing TD’s against Brentwood and Mt. Juliet, and added 1 in the Gallatin, Arlington, Station Camp (playoff), and Independence games.  Led team in both rushing attempts and rushing yards in the 2nd round playoff game against Station Camp where he also added his 2 point conversion which was the game winning score in overtime.  His career long rush of 35 yards was against Brentwood.  Jeremias also saw limited game action on the defensive side of the ball and he ended the season with 3 tackles and 1 pass defense.  He had 2 tackles against Lebanon and added 1 against White Station.  His pass break up came in the regular season game versus Station Camp.  He also punted the ball 1 time that went for 21 yards in the Independence game.   

2012-Had a productive season as the COMMANDOS starting Quarterback.  After a slow start in the first 3 games of the season where he only completed 2 of his 12 passing attempts and had 3 interceptions with no touchdowns, Jeremias played very good in the last 7 games of the season completing 50 of 79 passes for 648 yards with 5 touchdowns and only 2 interceptions.  His play down the stretch of the season helped to earn him 2nd Team ‘All-County’ honors.  He ended the season 52 of 91 passing for 675 yards with 5 TD’s and 5 Int’s, he also added 194 yards on the ground and 1 rushing touchdown on his 51 carries.  His pass to Senior #27 Andrew Pate against Mt. Juliet that went for an 81 yard touchdown was the 3rd longest pass play in COMMANDO football history.  He threw for over 100 yards in 3 games including a season high of 168 passing yards against Gallatin, he had a career best 14 completions on 18 attempts in that game with 1 touchdown with no interceptions, and added 42 yards rushing on 4 carries.  He also topped 100 yards passing against Riverdale with 125 passing yards and against Mt. Juliet with 104 passing yards.  His lone rushing TD came in the season finale against Lebanon when he led the team in both rushing attempts as well as rushing yards with 12 carries for a career best 97 yards and the touchdown.  His season long rush of 28 yards came in that game as well.

2011-Was a valuable asset to the Freshman COMMANDOS.  He was a multi-position player for the Freshman; he started at DB on defense, played various positions on offense, and also played on every special teams.  He vary rarely came off the field during the season, and did a great job continuing to get better throughout the season.


-2012 – 2013 - Member of the HHS Track & Field Team

Passing Fumbles
Comp Att Pct Yards Avg TD Int FUM Lost
165 294 56.12% 2501 15.16 26 12 2 1

Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
183 699 3.82 35 16 17 5

Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
7 6 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 0 0 0

Overall FGs PAT Kickoffs
Blk Lng FG Att FGM Pct XP Att XPM Pct KO Avg Ret Avg
0 0 0 0 - 1 1 100.0% 0 - 0 -

Punts Yds Net Yds Lng Avg Net Avg Blk OOB Dn In 20 TB Ret RetY TD
1 21 21 21 21.0 21.0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Jones, Dalton
Dalton Jones

Height: 6'1
Weight: 220
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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