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32   Billingsley, Carter
DB / RB

Height: 5'10
Weight: 165
Class: Alumni

Birthday: 3/4/1998
GPA: 4.0
Favorite Class: Trigonometry
Favorite Teacher: Mr. Gilbert
What Does Commando Football Mean To You: It means more than just football. COMMANDO Football is a brotherhood and a family, and it means giving your all for the man next to you.

Carter had a great four year career for the COMMANDOS despite fighting through several injuries during his career.  His toughness, character, and determination showed through as he was able to fight back from injury and become one of the best players on the field for HHS.  Carter helped his Freshman team to a perfect season in 2012, then was a starting defensive back for each of his three years with the varsity team helping the team win at least 10 wins in each season as well as winning a District 9-AAA Championship and making an appearance in the class 6A TSSAA State Championship Game.  For his efforts during the 2015 season, he was named 2nd team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ as a defensive back.  He was the team’s starting free safety all season long.  His commitment to excellence carried over off the field to the classroom where he finished his high school career with a perfect 4.0 grade point average.  He won the teams ‘ACADEMIC AWARD’ during his senior season.  His intelligence helped him to be one of the team’s most versatile players.  During his career, Carter played every position in the defensive backfield while making coverage calls for the secondary, and he always knew what every defensive player’s responsibilities were.  He also showed true COMMANDO PRIDE and commitment to his team as he was always getting in on the scout teams to help his team prepare for the upcoming opponent.  He also made sure that he was prepared each week and got better at practice every day.  He won the ‘+/- AWARD’ for the 2015 season as well for his hard work each week.  In addition to being a defensive back, he also played running back on offense.  Ended his career with 65 tackles, 1 sack, 3 tackles for loss, 2 QB hurries, 25 pass break ups, and 4 interceptions.  His leadership, love for his teammates, coaches, and team, football knowledge, toughness, and work ethic will be irreplaceable.

2015-Was the team’s starting free safety all season long, helping the team win 10 games.  Won the teams ‘ACADEMIC AWARD’ as well as the ‘+/- AWARD’ at the season ending banquet.  Made all of the coverage calls from his free safety position, and ended the season with 3 interceptions, 14 pass break ups, 33 tackles, 2 tackles for loss, and 1 QB pressure.  While he primarily played free safety, he also saw game action at strong safety, cornerback, and nickel back.  His versatility and football knowledge allowed him to be like a coach on the field, knowing everyone’s responsibilities on every defensive call.  He was named 2nd team ‘ALL-COUNTY’ as a defensive back for his play throughout the season.  Recorded tackles in 8 different games and led the team in tackles once.  Led the team in both tackles and pass break ups against Siegel with 4 tackles and 3 passes defended.  Had a career high 6 tackles in the team’s homecoming victory over Cane Ridge.  His interceptions came against Cane Ridge, Beech, and East Nashville.  Broke up passes versus Cane Ridge, Beech, Gallatin, Hunters Lane, Shelbyville, and Independence.  His QB hurry was in the Independence game, and his tackles for lost yardage came against McGavock and East Nashville. 

2014-After suffering an injury in the jamboree, Carter was unable to return to action until week 7.  He was still able to have another good year in the COMMANDO secondary helping the team win a District 9-AAA Championship.  He was a very important member of the defensive backfield ending the season with 14 tackles and 3 pass break ups.  Recorded tackles in each of the teams last 5 contests, while having a season high 4 stops against both Mt. Juliet and Beech when he also added 1 pass break up in each of those games.  His other pass break up came in the team’s 2nd round playoff loss to Centennial.

2013-Had a very productive season on the defensive side of the ball in the secondary.  Helped the team make an appearance in the TSSAA class 6A State Championship Game.  Started 7 games during the season either at Cornerback or Nickel Back including 4 of the teams 5 playoff games.  Ended the season with 18 tackles, 1 sack, 1 interception, 1 tackle for loss, 1 QB pressure, and 8 pass break ups.  Had a season high of 5 tackles in the COMMANDOS homecoming victory against Riverdale.  Also recorded tackles in the Lebanon, Brentwood, Beech, Station Camp, Arlington, and Maryville games.  His sack came in the teams' overtime 1 point victory over Station Camp in the 2nd round of the playoffs when he added 3 tackles and 1 pass break up.  Had pass break ups in all 5 playoff games including a season best of 2 against White Station in the teams’ semifinal win.  Other pass break ups were against Gallatin and Portland.  His tackle for loss was in the Beech contest while his QB hurry was against Arlington.  Carter also played in the JV games, and had 2 carries at Running Back for the Varsity.  His carries were against Hunters Lane and Mt. Juliet; his career long rush of 7 yards was in the Hunters Lane game.

2012-Carter is a very hardnosed tough kid that was a big part of the Freshman teams’ undefeated season.  He played on both sides of the ball.  He was reliable and did everything that was asked of him.  He was also a part of every Special Teams unit.  Carter wore jersey #32 for the Freshman team.

 

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Rushing Fumbles
Att Yards Avg Long TD FUM Lost
2 6 3.0 7 0 0 0


Defense
Tackles Interceptions Fumbles
Total Solo Asst Sack SFTY Hurries TFL YL Ints Passes Defensed DTD FF FR
65 39 26 1 0 2 3 6 4 25 0 0 0




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Waters, Andrew
Andrew Waters
DL / OL

Height: 6'4
Weight: 300
Class: Senior
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8/17 Blackman Home -
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8/31 Station Camp Home -
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9/14 Lebanon Home -
9/21 Franklin Away -
9/28 Wilson Cetral (HC) Home -
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10/12 BYE Home -
10/19 Rossview Away -
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