Hunter Smith is a talented 18-year-old senior at Central High School who excels in football. In a recent game, he had an impressive performance that helped his team to a double-overtime win over Clearfield in the PIAA Class 3A playoffs. Smith rushed for 191 yards and four touchdowns, caught three passes for 27 yards, and scored a touchdown. He also led the team with 11 tackles, punted twice, and converted five extra-point kicks.
Coach Dave Baker praised Smith’s performance, stating that he did everything right at the crucial moments. Smith’s favorite teacher is Mr. Logan, and he enjoys statistics as a subject. His favorite movie is “The Wolf of Wall Street,” and he loves chicken and rice as his go-to meal. In his free time, he enjoys playing sports and lifting weights. His favorite professional team is the Steelers, and he hopes to attend college and earn a degree in the future.
Smith has achieved many milestones in football this season, including rushing for 977 yards and 23 touchdowns and having 100 tackles for the 12-0 Dragons. One interesting fact about Smith is that his start in football began with playing flag football. He has a future goal of attending college and living a great life. He admires pro athlete Neil Walker and cites his family as the most influential people in his athletic career. His proudest athletic achievement is winning a state baseball championship.