72   Kacprowski, Chris

Height: 6'2
Weight: 270
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 11/10/1996
GPA: 2.50
Favorite Class: Technology Issues
Favorite Teacher: Coach Bain
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: Working hard together to accomplish our biggest goal.

Chris had a great career for the COMMANDOS, coming on to be the leader up front on both sides of the ball during both his junior and senior seasons.  He was a two way starter for two years in the trenches where he helped the team to a class 6A State Championship Game appearance in 2013 and a District 9-AAA Championship in 2014.  On the offensive side of the ball, he was critical in opening up holes for the team to rush for a school record 4,209 yards in 2013 and then break the regular season record for rushing yards in 2014 with 3,326.  He was a dominating blocker on offensive, and made teams account for him and know where he was lined up on the defensive side of the ball.  Ended career with 57 tackles, 5.5 sacks, 10 tackles for loss, 2 pass knock downs, and 17 QB hurries.  Chris was voted by his teammates as the teams ‘Most Valuable Lineman’ during both his junior and senior seasons as well as being named 1st team ‘All-County’ as an offensive lineman in both seasons.  He was named ‘All-State’ in class 6A during 2014 and made 2nd team ‘All-MidState’ as a defensive lineman.  He was also an ‘All-District’ selection in both 2013 & 2014 where he was named District 9-AAA’s ‘Most Valuable Defensive Lineman’ in 2014 and the District’s ‘Most Valuable Offensive Lineman’ in 2013.  He was selected to play in the East/West All-Star Game following the 2014 season where he represented Hendersonville for the West team as an offensive lineman and helped his squad to a victory.  Chris was a special player that will be greatly missed.

2014-Started on both sides of the ball in the trenches and was the team’s most dominating lineman.  For his efforts throughout the season, he was named to the class 6A TSWA ‘All-State’ team, was voted as the ‘Most Valuable Defensive Lineman’ for District 9-AAA as part of the ‘All-District’ team, was named 1st team ‘All-County’ as an offensive lineman, made the 2nd team ‘All-MidState’ team as a defensive lineman, was voted by his teammates as the teams’ ‘Most Valuable Lineman’, and was selected to play in the East/West All-Star Game.  He had a great season playing all three positions on the defensive line, while he played tackle on the offensive line.  Led the team in both sacks as well as tackles for loss with 5 sacks and 9 tackles for loss.  In addition to that, he recorded 38 tackles, 13 QB hurries, and 1 pass knock down.  He tallied tackles in 9 different games including having a career high 7 tackles with 2 sacks and 5 QB pressures against Mt. Juliet.  His sacks came against Brentwood, Riverdale, Mt. Juliet, and Independence.  Recorded tackles for loss against Hunters Lane, Brentwood, Gallatin, Beech, and Station Camp.  His pass knock down was against Riverdale.  Had QB hurries against Hunters Lane, Lebanon, Riverdale, Mt. Juliet, Beech, Station Camp, and Independence.  He also had another great season on the offensive line at tackle.  His great blocking abilities on the offensive side of the ball helped HHS to rush for a school record 3,326 rushing yards in the regular season.

2013-Was the leader on the offensive line which paved the wave for the COMMANDOS to rush for a school record 4,209 yards on the season.  He started at offensive tackle as well as starting on the defensive line and had a great year in the trenches on both sides of the ball; helping the team make an appearance in the 6A State Championship Game.  Was named as the ‘Most Valuable Offensive Lineman’ for District 9-AAA as well as making 1st team ‘All-County’ as an offensive lineman.  In addition to those honors, Chris was voted by his teammates as the teams ‘Most Valuable Offensive Lineman’ for his efforts throughout the season.  Ended season with 19 tackles, 0.5 sacks, 4 QB hurries, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 pass knock down on the defensive side of the ball.  Recorded a season best 4 tackles against both Beech and Station Camp.  Against Station Camp, he added 0.5 sacks and 2 QB pressures.  He also tallied tackles against Hunters Lane, Lebanon, Brentwood, Gallatin, Mt. Juliet, and White Station.  Other QB hurries were against Gallatin and Portland.  His pass knock down and tackle for loss came in the Mt. Juliet game. 

2012-Played on the JV team.  Was limited due to injury throughout the season.

2011-Was a very important lineman for the Freshman team.  Started at right tackle on offense and played a lot on the defensive line as well.  He was a very quiet off the field, but was a hardnosed, tough player on the field.  Had the best technique of all the linemen on the Freshman squad.  Wore jersey #78 as a freshman.

Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
57 36 21 5.5 0 17 10 58 0 2 0 0 0

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Wilson Higgs

Height: 6'1
Weight: 230
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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