Senior Night Introductions – White House Football 2017

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We are posting this copy for parents who would like to print and keep the senior night introductions for the Montgomery Central game on Oct. 20, 2017. We introduced 16 players and three managers for the final time in the regular season at home. All stats are through the first eight games of the 2017 season only.

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White House High School Football

Football Senior Night 2017

October 20, 2017

White House vs. Montgomery Central

Ladies and gentlemen, would you please direct your attention to the northern endzone, where tonight we would like to introduce to you for the final time, the senior class of the 2017 football team.

During their career, these seniors have achieved a record of 20 wins and 21 losses, and a playoff record of two wins and one loss, with a TSSAA Class 4-A quarterfinal in 2014 and a second trip to the TSSAA playoffs beginning in two weeks.

Introducing for the final time, the senior class of the 2017 football team.

  • A three-year manager. Introducing for the final time, Faith Huffines.
  • A three-year manager. Introducing for the final time, Kaylyn Mullins.
  • A four-year manager. Introducing for the final time, Savannah Rippy.
  • A three-year starter at wide receiver, safety and on special teams. During his career, he has rushed for 143 yards, caught 15 passes for 431 yards and four touchdowns, and returned 27 kick or punt returns for 614 yards and a touchdown. On defense, he made 93 tackles, seven passes broken up and three interceptions with two pick six returns. He is the only member of the senior class to score in all three phases of the game. He was a member of the 2016 All-Region 5-4A Team and the All-County First Team and Most Valuable Player of the 2016 football team. Introducing for the final time, number 2, Seth Bumbalough.
  • A starter at tailback and safety. During his career, he has rushed 317 yards and three touchdowns and made 60 tackles on defense with a punt return for a touchdown. Introducing for the final time, number 3, Carter Hunt.
  • A starter at safety. During his career, he has 31 tackles on defense, five tackles for losses with an interception and a special teams block, and one rushing touchdown on offense. Introducing for the final time, number 9, Miller Lowe.
  • A starter on special teams. During his career, he has made 18 tackles with five tackles for losses. Introducing for the final time, number 15, Noah Hawes.
  • A kicker. Introducing for the final time, number 20, Corey Curtis.
  • A two-year starter at wide receiver, punter and defensive back. During his career, he has caught 14 passes for 217 yards and four touchdowns, returned 17 special teams kicks for 268 yards and made 29 tackles on defense. As a punter, he has kicked 55 times for 1,719 yards with 11 inside the 20 yard line and a long of 49. Introducing for the final time, number 21, Kevin James.
  • A two-year starter at wide receiver and cornerback. During his career, he has nine rushes for 51 yards and a touchdown, 18 catches for 333 yards and three touchdowns, and made 80 tackles with 10 passes broken up and three interceptions and two fumbles caused. Introducing for the final time, number 46, Brett Drake.
  • A fullback and linebacker. Introducing for the final time, number 49, Tyler Will.
  • A two-year starter at defensive end. During his career, he has 146 tackles with 43 tackles for losses and 10 sacks with 13 quarterback hurries, three fumbles caused and two special teams blocks. Introducing for the final time, number 58, Tyler McMurtry.
  • A starter at offensive tackle. During his career, he has 23 tackles and seven tackles for losses. Introducing for the final time, number 59, Dawson Bragg.
  • A two-year starter at offensive guard and defensive end. During his career, he has made 94 tackles with 14 tackles for losses and three sacks. Introducing for the final time, number 62, Josh Dailey.
  • A two-year starter at offensive guard and defensive tackle. During his career, he has made 52 tackles and five tackles for losses. Introducing for the final time, number 64, Tyler Ridings.
  • A two-year starter in the offensive line at center and tackle. During his career, he has made 40 tackles and five tackles for losses. He was named to the 2016 All-County Football Team by The Tennessean and The News Examiner. Introducing for the final time, number 76, Elijah Zweydorff.
  • A wide receiver and defensive back. Introducing for the final time, number 80, Luke Jenkins.

Ladies and gentlemen, at this time we have two members of the 2017-18 senior class who will be departing White House High School after graduation and have sworn an oath to join the United States Marine Corps. Each of these two young men exhibit the best of what Blue Devil Pride is all about and we are honored to recognize them as they represent their school and make the ultimate unselfish sacrifice to enlist and serve our country.

Ladies and gentleman, introducing our final two members of the 2017 senior football team.

The first is a starter on special teams. During his career, he has rushed for 318 yards and two touchdowns and made 53 tackles with five tackles for losses on defense.

The second is a starter on special teams. Last week against Creek Wood, he scored his first career touchdown.

Introducing for the final time together, number 26, Landon Deming and number 85, Ezra Bates.

Ladies and Gentlemen, for the final time, the football senior class of the 2017 White House Blue Devils.

 

  1 comment for “Senior Night Introductions – White House Football 2017

  1. Angela Bates Holloway
    October 24, 2017 at 4:24 pm

    So proud of my great nephew, Ezra!

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