The team captain, who competed two years for Tyler Junior College, finished with 51 tackles in starting all 10 games he played. He had two interceptions, one fumble recovery and half a sack. Senior linebacker Jaylyin Minor finished the season as University of Cincinnati's leading tackler. The Navasota product had 15 tackles during a win over University of Connecticut in the season finale, leading players from both squads. In 12 games (4-8), he had 125 tackles, one sack and one fumble recovery.
Daley, who will be a returning starter, got hurt against Smithville. She missed the next match, the Class 4A Region III bi-district playoff loss to Liberty Hill, which gave the Lady Rattlers a final record of 20-14. "She is a good setter and hitter," head coach Alicia Ellis said. "She will be one of the top hitters next year." Seniors Samantha Harris and Brennan Swarts were cited on the second team, their first time being recognized.
In 11 games (2-9), Jernigan finished with 37 tackles, one and a half sacks, one interception and a 69-yard fumble recovery for a touchdown. Linebacker Solomon McGinty had seven tackles for Liberty University against Charleston Southern. In starting all 10 of the games he played, the former Rattler finished the season with 51 tackles, third on the team. He was second in tackles for loss and in interceptions.
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