November 12, 2014 Louisville, KY (Analyzed Sports)
The Future of Males Number Forty Eight
The Male High School football team has had a season to remember thus far. The Bulldogs went undefeated in the regular season and won the KHSAA 6A District 4 regular season title. Male has had great success due to its high scoring Oregon Duck like offense, but also with the outstanding play of its defense as well. The Bulldog defense has only given up nearly just 10 points per game and defensive end Zach Hall has something to do with that.
Hall, who stands at nearly 6 ft. 1 and weighing 220 lbs, has had a great junior season for Male. He has 36 tackles, one interception, a forced fumble, and two sacks on the season for the Bulldogs. Hall Also manages to play the fullback position on offense and even has a rushing touchdown on the season. Hall may have only ran the ball 13 times but he averages 4.9 yards per carry. Analyzed Sports caught up with the skilled two way player to see how he feels about this ongoing season and his future at Male.
Analyzed Sports: What has been the key to the success of the team this season?
Hall: The key to our success has been Working hard everyday of practice and focusing on one goal.
Analyzed Sports: What has been your best moment in the season thus far?
Hall: The best moment thus far for me this season was bringing the barrel back to Male.
Analyzed Sports: What side of the ball do you enjoying play the most?
Hall: I love playing on defense.
Analyzed Sports: What aspects of your game do you feel you need work on the most?
Hall: I think I need to work on every aspect of my game.
Analyzed Sports: Who is your favorite player in the NFL?
Hall: My Favorite NFL player is Elvis Dumervil, a former Louisville Cardinal.
Hall is also a good student who maintains a GPA of around a 3.0 and is looking forward to taking his ACT next month after the football season is over. He and the Bulldogs will host a playoff game against the Trinity Shamrocks at home in Maxwell Stadium on Friday at 7:30. The Bulldogs defeated the Shamrocks at Trinity in double overtime 35-34 last month in the regular season. The game should be very interesting and Hall is really looking forward to it.