2013 - Bradley Central Bears

2013 - Bradley Central Bears

August 16th, 2013 in Sports - Preps

Bradley Central quarterback Brett Standifer will take over the Bears' offense this season after transferring from Soddy-Daisy.

Bradley Central quarterback Brett Standifer will take over...

Coach: Damon Floyd (37-37 here and overall)

Last year: 6-5, losing 42-22 to McMinn County in the first round of the Class 6A playoffs

'13 dreams: Because of the bar set by Floyd, the expectation will be no different than in previous seasons - to compete for the district championship. The Bears have fallen a game short of that goal the past three seasons, but with only a couple of question marks about positions needing to be filled, they should be in contention again.

13-for-13 contenders: Quarterback Brett Standifer is the heir apparent to Bryce Copeland, a four-year starter who finished in the top 10 of all-time total offense in the state of Tennessee. Standifer started for three seasons at Soddy-Daisy and threw for more than 3,000 yards before transferring. Receivers Cal Pickel and Dee Crisp and tailback Logan Fetzner all had big games last season, with Fetzner going over the 200-yard mark in the season opener.

Number of interest: 13 - It's been a while since the Bears have played 13 games in a season - the equivalent of advancing to the state quarterfinals. Matter of fact, it's been 13 years.

13 years ago: The 2000 season was a special one for the Bears. They won nine games and lost only to Baylor and McCallie and twice to eventual state champion Red Bank. Bradley was led by Mr. Football finalist Blake Morris, who rushed for more than 2,500 yards and eclipsed the 4,000-yard career mark his final year, and quarterback Al Morris (no relation).

2013 Schedule

Aug. 23 at Polk County

Aug. 30 Riverdale

Sept. 13 at Hixson

Sept. 20 Walker Valley*

Sept. 27 Signal Mountain

Oct. 4 at Ooltewah*

Oct.11 at Cleveland*

Oct.18 McMinn County*

Oct.25 Soddy-Daisy*

Nov. 1 at East Hamilton*

  • District 5-AAA game; game time 7:30 Eastern


No. Name Class

1 Logan Fetzner Senior

2 Christian Hamilton Junior

3 Brett Standifer Senior

4 Cal Pickel Senior

5 Daniel Clark Junior

6 Jamey Billups Sophomore

8 Rashad Marshall Sophomore

9 Trevon Ware Sophomore

10 Cole Copeland Freshman

11 Swan Parker Sophomore

12 Tanner Cox Junior

13 Dalton Deal Junior

15 Dee Crisp Senior

16 J.J. Haggott Senior

17 Keith Wilson Senior

18 Tyler Carpenter Sophomore

19 Kylar Lynn Sophomore

20 Chandler Duggan Senior

21 Derrick Murray Junior

22 Ty Beavers Freshman

23 Tyshawn Chapman Sophomore

25 Zach Peak Sophomore

26 Malik Temple Junior

28 Warren Crisp Junior

29 Austin Foss Senior

30 Colby Alford Sophomore

31 D.J. Moyse Junior

32 Hunter Duggan Freshman

33 Aziz Mohammad Junior

34 Miller Clark Sophomore

35 Jacob Moses Sophomore

36 Michael Deleon Sophomore

37 Canaan Bennett Sophomore

38 Baylor Terrell Senior

39 Logan Snyder Junior

40 Eduardo Trevino Senior

41 Clayton Steels Senior

42 Jordan Timmons Senior

43 Trevon Hill Freshman

44 Drew Roark Senior

45 Kevin Key Sophomore

46 Jacob Tolleson Freshman

47 Ryan Still Sophomore

48 Cason Still Freshman

49 Austin Matthews Freshman

50 Dakota Calfee Sophomore

51 Seth Huey Senior

53 Logan McCamis Junior

54 James Peck Senior

55 Jackie Black Senior

56 Brett Brown Sophomore

57 Lucas Parker Senior

58 Dakota Burgess Junior

59 Justin Dillard Sophomore

60 Colton Scott Junior

61 Josh Blair Freshman

62 Jordan Fox Sophomore

64 Brandon Morgan Junior

65 Tyler Millsaps Sophomore

66 Hunter Wilson Sophomore

67 Zach MacFarland Senior

68 Chase Gibby Sophomore

70 Chris Ogle Junior

71 Blake McSpadden Sophomore

72 Josh Phelps Senior

73 Kaleb Swafford Sophomore

74 Todd Gray Senior

75 D.J. Adams Sophomore

76 Will Robbins Junior

77 Konner Swafford Sophomore

78 Tyler Kellar Junior

79 Jacob Williams Junior

80 Edward Elkins Freshman

83 Tatum Loftis Freshman

84 Caleb Headrick Freshman

87 Ethan Anderson Freshman

89 Dillon Pell Freshman