A team on the move

Bruner sees great things ahead in 2006 for Wildcat Football

The Wildcat season ended with a 4-6 record and there is a lot to look forward to in 2006. The Wildcats had a slow start, in the first five games and proved in the last five that they will be a team to reckon with in the future. They won three of their last five games and showed tremendous improvement throughout the year.

The offensive line with Zach Wiggins, Joe Reyes, Logan Brakhage, Brad and David Ottinger, Levi Shutte and Kyle Wilson did a good job of blocking. The Wildcats came close to compiling 3,000 yards rushing for the year.

The Wildcat Junior High team finished their season at 5-1 and this will make an immediate impact on next year's season.

The entire program, 7-12 finishes the season with a 9-7 record, and this shows a bright future for Wildcat football.

Offensive stats

The offense averaged 24 points per game.

Albert Hernandez carried the ball 178 times for 1,460 yards for a 8.2 yard average.

Justin Clark rushed 784 yards in 131 carries for a 5.98 average, and Felix Reyes, piled up 438 yards in 82 carries for a 5.34 average.

Defensive leaders

On defense, Reyes led with 103 tackles, Clark was second with 97 and Zach Wiggins third with 88.

The Wildcat program would like to thank everyone for their support and we look forward to 2006.

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