Bearcats statistics are impressive
Going into Saturday night’s Region 1AAAA football game between the Bainbridge High School Bearcats and Houston County High School Bears at 7 p.m. in Warner Robins, the Bearcats are 5-1 and feature some impressive statistics.
Offensively, junior running backs Terry Lewis and Damian Bouie and senior quarterback Quincy Fortson have all performed well.
Through six games Lewis has carried the ball 118 times, gained 660 yards, averaged 5.6 yards a carry, had a long run of 72 yards, had 17 carries of 10 yards or more, averaged 110 yards a game and scored eight touchdowns.
Trough five games Bouie has 59 carries for 293 yards, averaged 5 yards a carry, had a long run of 44 yards, had 3 carries of 10 yards or more, averaged 58.6 yards a game and scored 4 touchdowns.
Through six games Fortson has carried the ball 72 times, gained 229 yards, averaged 3.2 yards a carry, had a long run of 22 yards, had 10 carries of 10 yards or more, averaged 38.2 yards a game and scored 3 touchdowns.
The Bearcats leading pass catcher through six games is junior wide receiver A.J. Miller who has 3 receptions for 71 yards, a long reception of 60 yards, and an average of 23.7 yards a reception.
Sophomore place kicker Daniel Provence has had an extremely excellent six games. He has made 6 of 7 field goal attempts. His made field goals have come from 27, 38, 42, 43, 23 and 21 yards.
Provence has also made 13 of 14 extra point attempts and averaged 48.1 yards on 23 kickoffs. He has a long kickoff of 57 yards and opponents have averaged just 20.6 yards a kickoff return.
Senior defensive back Rodney Glenn leads the Bearcats in interceptions with 4.