Hinton Comets Football Feature – Presented by Caddo Kiowa Technology Center

Hinton Comets


2018 – 1-9

2017 – 1-9

2016 – 2-8

2015 – 4-6

2014 – 5-5

2013 – 4-6


The Comets are looking for a more balanced attack on offense in 2019. Head coach Grant Potter takes over the program and has begun to rebuild. The plan is to stick with an I-formation offensive scheme and utilize the returning talent by putting them in positions to be successful. Dagen Boling (5-9, 150, Sr.) is one of those players. Boling will handle the rock for the Comets, giving them a solid runner in the backfield. Denton Dahlenberg (6-0, 180, Sr.) will start at quarterback and looks to run the offense with efficiency. Aaron Gonzalez (5-11, 240, Sr.) and Andrew Boyton (5-9, 205, Sr.) anchors the offensive line, giving the team a fighting chance up front. Seth Spady (6-2, 235, So.) is a young tight end/H-back type who can gut out plays. Trenton Lusk (6-0, 165, Sr.) will start at wide receiver and could help the squad on special teams. 


Boling starts in the defensive backfield with Jaxon Pate (6-0, 160, So.) at free safety. Dahlenberg and Spady are two linebackers the coaches will depend on in the 3-4 scheme. Gonzalez takes his talents to the tackle spot, joining Boyton upfront. “I truly believe we have the opportunity to show improvement this year,” Potter said. “We have a strong senior class and a good group of young players. The kids have bought in and we look forward to laying the foundation for this program. We are looking to those seniors to be leaders and show what this team is capable of.” 


8-30 – at Walters 

9-6 – vs. Mooreland 

9-13 – at Thomas 

9-20 – OPEN 

9-27 – vs. Hobart 

10-4 – at Merritt 

10-11 – vs. Cordell 

10-17 – vs. Mangum 

10-25 – at Sayre 

11-1 – vs. Frederick 

11-8 – at Hollis