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3   Turner, Cameron
DB / RB

Height: 5'9
Weight: 160
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 11/26/1996
GPA: 3.50
Favorite Class: Trigonometry
Favorite Teacher: Coach West
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: Commando football means reacting to adversity. It means setting a goal and doing everything in your power to achieve it; even if most people tell you it is impossible.

Cameron had a spectacular 4 year career for the COMMANDOS at running back.  He leaves the program as the team’s all-time leader for career rushing yards with 2,643, career rushing touchdowns with 37, career total touchdowns with 40, and career points scored with 240.  He is also second all-time in yards per carry with an impressive 8.31 yards gained each time he ran the ball.  His 19 rushing touchdowns scored in 2014 ranks second in COMMANDO football history and his 20 total TD’s during that season is also 2nd.  He holds three of the top 5 longest rushes in school history including the school record 93 yard rush that came against Germantown in 2012.  He helped the team break the school record for rushing yards in a season (including any post season games) in 2013 as the team collectively rushed for a total of 4,097 yards and in 2014, HHS broke the school record for rushing yards in the regular season with 3,326 yards.  Following his senior year when he helped lead the team to a District 9-AAA Championship, he was voted by his teammates as both the teams ‘Most Valuable Player’ as well as ‘Most Valuable Back’.  He was also a member of the ‘All-District’ team where he was named District 9-AAA’s ‘Most Valuable Offensive Player’.  In addition to those honors, he was a 1st team ‘All-County’ selection at running back and was named Sumner County’s ‘Offensive Player of the Year’, and represented the team on the Ken Whisenhunt show as the ‘Titans Player of the Week’ following his 4 touchdown, 204 rushing yard effort on just 6 carries against Mt. Juliet.  As a junior, he helped the team make an appearance in the TSSAA class 6A State Championship Game, and he was named 1st team ‘All-County’ as an all-purpose back.  He was honorable mention ‘All-County’ as a running back in 2012, and won the Freshman team’s award for the ‘Most Valuable Back’ in 2011.  Ended his career with 318 rushing attempts for 2,643 yards and 37 TD’s, caught 13 pass for 220 yards and 3 touchdowns, had 6 kickoff returns that totaled 96 yards, 2 punt returns for 47 yards, recorded 7 tackles while forcing 1 fumble.  Cameron was a two sport athlete as he also excels on the track team where he is the schools fastest athlete in the 100 m, 200 m, and 400 m sprints.  He was a true team player and would always give credit to his teammates.  He did a great job leading by example as his work ethic is second to none and he will be missed.

2014-Was the most productive offensive player for HHS throughout the season, leading the team in rushing yards with 1,108, carries with 93, rushing touchdowns with 19, yards per carry with 11.9, and total TD’s with 20.  His 19 rushing TD’s ranks 2nd in school history for rushing touchdowns in a season, and his 20 total TD’s is also 2nd all-time.  His rushing abilities helped the COMMANDOS run for a regular season school record of 3,326 yards during the 10 game regular season.  He was named to the ‘All-District’ team where he was voted as District 9-AAA’s ‘Most Valuable Offensive Player’; he was also named as ‘Sumner County’s Offensive Player of the Year’ as part of the ‘All-County’ team, and was voted by his teammates as the teams ‘Most Valuable Player’ as well as the teams ‘Most Valuable Back’.  He saw a little game action at cornerback on defense and was a starter on Special Teams.  He ended the season with 7 total tackles, and 1 forced fumble on defense and Special Teams.  He also had 5 kickoff returns for 103 yards and 1 punt return for 0 yards.  In addition to his rushing yards on offense, he added 2 receptions that totaled 108 yards and 1 more TD.  He led the team in rushing attempts in 5 games, led in rushing yards in 6 games, and led in receiving yards once.  He had two games where he scored 4 rushing touchdowns, and his season long rush of 80 yards is the fifth longest run in HHS football history.  He went over the century mark in rushing yards 3 times on the season and he topped 200 yards twice.  He led the team in rushing attempts against Hunters Lane, Gallatin, Portland, Beech, and Centennial.  He led the team in rushing yards with a career best 204 against Mt. Juliet, which is also one of the games he scored 4 touchdowns in, with only 6 carries.  He also was the team’s top rusher against Gallatin (200 yards), Riverdale (65 yards), Portland (109 yards), Station Camp (70 yards), and Centennial (54 yards).  His season long 80 yard rush was the first offensive play for the COMMANDOS in the Mt. Juliet game and went for one of his 4 scores in the game.  His other game of rushing for 4 touchdowns was against Portland.  He scored multiple touchdowns against Brentwood (2), Gallatin (2), Portland (4), Mt. Juliet (4), Beech (2), and Independence (3) while adding one against Hunters Lane and Centennial.  His receiving touchdown came against Lebanon and was a 62 yard catch and run.  His other reception was a 46 yarder against Beech.  Had kickoff returns against Gallatin, Riverdale, Mt. Juliet, and Independence.  His career long kick return was a 25 yard return against Mt. Juliet.  Had a career high 3 tackles against Station Camp, and also recorded stops against Brentwood, Mt. Juliet, Beech, and Independence.  His forced fumble came in the team’s 1st round playoff victory over Independence.

2013-Had another good season for the COMMANDOS on the offensive side of the ball as he was 2nd on the team in both rushing attempts and rushing yards.  He was just 24 yards shy of going for 1,000 yards on the season as he average 7.2 yards per carry.  He was named 1st team ‘All-County’ as an all-purpose back as he helped the team make it to the TSSAA class 6A State Championship Game.  He had a big part to do with the team being able to rush for a school record 4,209 yards.  Ended season with 135 carries for 976 yards while scoring 12 touchdowns on the ground; added 7 receptions for 64 yards and 1 more score.  He also had 1 kickoff return and 1 punt return on the season.  He carried the football at least once in all 15 games, and led the team in rushing attempts 4 times during the season and in rushing yards 3 times.  His best game running the ball was against Portland when he ran the ball 7 times for a season high 140 yards.  He scored 3 rushing touchdowns on the ground versus Portland and added 1 more score receiving with a 26 yard catch.  His season long rush was also against Portland, and the 86 yarder is the 4th longest run in school history.  He also led the team in rushing yards against Gallatin with 123 yards and Hunters Lane with 51 yards.  He led the team in rushing attempts versus Hunters Lane, Gallatin, Riverdale, and Portland.  Scored touchdowns in 9 different games scoring 4 against Portland, 2 versus Mt. Juliet, and added 1 in the games against Wilson Central, Hunters Lane, Gallatin, Riverdale, Beech, Arlington, and White Station.  Led the team in receptions twice during the season against Station Camp and Arlington; also led team in receiving yards versus Arlington.  His career long reception of 31 yards was made against Station Camp.  His lone kick return of the season was versus Riverdale and went for (-7) yards.  His only punt return came against Mt. Juliet and was good for 47 yards.

2012-Cameron had a very productive Sophomore season for HHS, leading the COMMANDOS in rushing yards with 559 yards on 90 attempts.  He was 2nd on the team with 7 touchdowns, and he was also 2nd on the team with a 6.2 yards per carry average.  He recorded the longest rush from scrimmage in COMMANDO football history with his 93 yard TD run against Germantown.  Was named Honorable Mention ‘All-County’ for his efforts and accomplishments during the season.  He scored 6 TD’s on the ground and added 1 more that he caught.  He ended the season with 4 receptions for 48 yards and 1 touchdown.  He was also a starter on the several of the Special Teams units.  He led the team in rushing yards 2 times during the season, led the team in carries 3 times, led the team in receptions twice, and led in one game with receiving yards.  His season best game for rushing yards was against Germantown when he led the team with 150 rushing yards on 14 carries, and that included his 93 yard record breaking run.  He topped the century mark against Franklin as well as he led the team with 144 yards on 23 attempts; he also scored his receiving TD against the Rebels with 1 catch for 10 yards.  His best game receiving the ball came against Riverdale when he had 2 receptions for 38 yards including his season long catch of 20 yards.  He carried the football at least once in every game, caught passes in 3 games, and scored in 6 games.  He led the team in carries against Station Camp, Franklin, and Portland.  His receptions were against Franklin, Portland, and Riverdale.  He scored TD’s against Station Camp, Franklin (he scored 1 rushing and 1 receiving), Germantown, Portland, Beech, and Gallatin.  He also saw limited game action on defense, and played in all of the JV games.

2011-Led the Freshman team in rushing yards and was voted by his teammates as the ‘MOST VALUABLE BACK’.   He was the fastest player on the team.  He also started on all the Special Teams and saw some game time on defense.  Wore jersey #27 as a freshman.

 

-Member of the HHS Track & Field Team




Receiving Fumbles
Rec Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
13 220 16.92 62 3 0 0


Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
318 2643 8.31 93 37 4 3


Defense
Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
7 2 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0


Special Teams
Kicking Punting Tackles
Returns Yards Avg TD Returns Yards Avg TD
6 96 16.0 0 2 47 23.5 0 0


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Stevens, Cameron
Cameron Stevens
DB / QB

Height: 5'11
Weight: 165
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 Cetral (HC) Home -
10/5 Gallatin Home -
10/12 BYE Home -
10/19 Rossview Away -
10/26 Mt. Juliet Away -
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