Hunter Smith, a senior at Central High School, is an 18-year-old football star who has been setting records on the field. In a recent game, he rushed for an impressive 191 yards and four touchdowns, caught three passes for 27 yards, and scored another touchdown. He also led the team with 11 tackles, punted twice, and converted five extra-point kicks. All of these accomplishments helped his team win in double-overtime against Clearfield in the PIAA Class 3A playoffs.
Smith has been having an outstanding season so far. He has rushed for 977 yards and 23 touchdowns and has made 100 tackles for his team’s impressive record of 12-0. His coach, Dave Baker, was thrilled with Smith’s performance in the game against Clearfield, stating that he did everything right at the crucial moments that led to their victory.
When he’s not on the football field, Smith enjoys studying statistics as a subject under his favorite teacher, Mr. Logan. In his free time, he loves playing sports and lifting weights. He is a big fan of professional football teams such as the Steelers and hopes to attend college one day to pursue a degree.
One interesting thing about Smith is that his passion for football started when he played flag football as a child. As he grew older, he continued to develop his skills and eventually became one of Central High School’s top athletes on the field today. When asked about his future goals, Smith stated that he wants to lead a great life while pursuing other interests outside of sports and athletics.