After playing both sides of the ball for the last four years in the Oak Lawn Community High School football program, senior Hayden Davis recently finished up his career with a flourish. He not only led the Spartans in tackles this year, but he scored two touchdowns in the final game of the season.
He carried ball, picked up the hard-earned yards, and then also brought down opponents while playing defense. He rarely came off the field. For all the success Davis had, he was honored with All-South Suburban Conference Red honors for the Spartans.
“Hayden has worked extremely hard over his four years and is someone who will play college football,” said head coach Ryan Pattison.