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6   Wordlaw, Jarcques
DB / RB

Height: 6'1
Weight: 192
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 9/14/1997
GPA: 2.80
Favorite Class: Chemistry
Favorite Teacher: Mrs. Gore
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: Working hard for one another. Rising up to the challenge.

Jarcques had a great 4 year playing career for the COMMANDOS, he able to make plays in all three phases of the game, and was an electrifying player with the ball in his hands.  In 2014, he made the ‘All-District’ team and was named District 9-AAA’s ‘Special Team Player of the Year’.  He was also voted by his teammates to win the teams’ ‘Special Teams Award’ in both his senior and junior seasons.  In addition, he was named 2nd team ‘All-County’ as a defensive back for his play during his senior season where he helped lead the team to a District 9-AAA crown.  He was a great return man for HHS, handling both kickoff and punt returns during both his senior year as well as his junior year when he helped the team make an appearance in the class 6A State Championship Game.  For his career, he averaged over 25 yards per kickoff return, and 13.4 yards per punt return.  He had 34 kick returns for 856 yards, and 29 punt returns for 388 yards which included 2 punt returns for touchdowns, and he blocked 1 punt.  On defense he had 53 tackles, 10 pass break ups, 1 forced fumble, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 QB pressure.  Ended his career with 483 rushing yards on 79 carries with 2 TD’s, 137 receiving yards on 8 catches with 2 more scores, and was 0/1 passing.  Jarcques was a special player for the COMMANDOS, his abilities, athleticism, and versatility will be tough to replace.

2014-Had another great season on Special Teams and was voted by his teammates as the teams ‘Special Teams Award’ winner for the second consecutive season.  He also made the ‘All-District’ team was named District 9-AAA’s ‘Special Teams Player of the Year’.  He averaged 30 yards per kick return as he returned 13 kickoffs for 410 yards, and had 17 punt returns for 225 yards.  He returned kickoffs in 8 games during the season, his best game returning kicks was against Riverdale when he had his career long return of 74 yards and totaled 111 kick return yards.  He recorded punt returns in 10 contests throughout the season with his best game being against Lebanon when he had 97 total punt return yards.  His longest punt return of the season was 45 yards which came in the Wilson Central game.  The return yards on both kickoffs and punts helped set the COMMANDO offense up with good field position on a regular basis throughout the season.  He also was a critical part of both the COMMANDO defense and offense, playing defensive back and running back as he helped lead the team to a District 9-AAA Championship.  From his corner position in the defensive secondary, he recorded 30 tackles, had 7 pass break ups, 1 tackle for loss, and 1 forced fumble.  He was named 2nd team ‘All-County’ as a DB for his play in the secondary.  He had stops in 10 of the team’s 12 games.  Recorded a career high 8 tackles in the team’s 2nd round playoff loss to Centennial.  His pass break ups came against Hunters Lane, Brentwood, Gallatin, Riverdale, Portland, and Independence.  Both his tackle for loss along with his forced fumble were recorded in the 49-20 1st round playoff victory against Independence.  On offense, he carried the ball 29 times for 215 yards with 2 touchdowns, and caught 6 pass for 100 yards and 2 TD’s.  Had a career high 65 rushing yards against Riverdale when he also had his career long rush of 30 yards and scored 1 TD.  His other touchdown came in the Wilson Central game.  Had one reception against Hunters lane, Lebanon, Station Camp, and Independence.  He grabbed two catches for 52 yards against Beech including a career long 37 yard catch on the last play of the 1st half that would be good for a TD. 

2013-Did a great job making plays on offense, defense, and on Special Teams.  Won the teams ‘Special Teams Award’ which is voted by his teammates as he was on almost every Special Teams unit and was one of the kickoff and punt returners.  He averaged over 21 yards per kickoff return as he had 20 returns for 445 yards on the season; he added 11 punt returns where he averaged over 14 yards per return and scored 2 touchdowns.  He totaled 163 yards in punt return yardage.  The longest punt return of his career was a 63 yard touchdown just before halftime in the 2nd round of the playoffs versus Station Camp.  That TD gave the COMMANDOS a 14-7 advantage heading into the locker room in a defensive struggle that HHS would eventually win 29-28 in overtime.  His other punt return score was a 39 yard return versus Portland.  He also blocked a punt versus Lebanon that led to a score for the COMMANDOS as teammate Braden Schwerdt would pick up the block and find the endzone.  On offense, he carried the ball 22 times for 148 yards and scored 1 TD.  His best game rushing the football was against Gallatin when he led the team in rushing with a season best 60 yards.  His touchdown and longest rush of the season of 27 yards was also in the Gallatin game.  He also carried the ball in 8 different games during the season.  On defense, he recorded 16 tackles, 3 pass break ups, and 1 QB pressure.  He made tackles in 11 different games with his season high of 3 coming in the season opener versus Wilson Central.  His QB hurry also was in the Wilson Central contest.  He had pass break ups in games against Wilson Central, Gallatin, and White Station.

2012-Had a solid Sophomore season, seeing action for the Varsity team on offense, defense, and on Special Teams.  He ended the season with 120 rushing yards on 28 carries, had 7 tackles, and 1 kickoff return that went for 1 yard.  He also attempted 1 pass that fell incomplete.  He rushed the ball in 4 different games and led the team in rushing once and in carries once.  He led the team with 50 rushing yards against Wilson Central, and that included his season long run of 22 yards.  His 15 carries against Germantown was the most on the team and led to him gaining his season high of 54 yards.  He also ran the ball against Portland and Riverdale.  He recorded a season high of 2 tackles against both Germantown and Gallatin, and added 1 in the Riverdale, Beech, and Mt. Juliet games.  His kickoff return was in the Lebanon game, and his pass attempt was against Riverdale.  He also played in all of the JV games.  Wore jersey #30 during the 2012 season.

2011-Was an outstanding Special Teams player for the Freshman squad as he was the teams punt and kickoff returner.  He also played on the kickoff and punt teams as well.  On offense, once he learned the system, he was an outstanding runner and was hard to bring down.  Defensively, he played Linebacker and he wore jersey #1 for the Freshman team.

-Member of the HHS Baseball Team




Passing Fumbles
Comp Att Pct Yards Avg TD Int FUM Lost
0 1 .0% 0 - 0 0 0 0


Receiving Fumbles
Rec Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
8 137 17.13 37 2 0 0


Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
79 483 6.11 30 3 2 1


Defense
Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
53 33 20 0 0 1 1 1 0 10 0 1 0


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


Special Teams
Kicking Punting Tackles
Returns Yards Avg TD Returns Yards Avg TD
34 856 25.18 0 29 388 13.38 2 0


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Zach Rockom
DL / OL

Height: 6'3
Weight: 250
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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Rossview 0 0
Station Camp 0 0
Wilson Central 0 0
Hendersonville 0 0
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