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Replay: Watch Montague senior explain ‘Housecat’ origin on ‘Coaches Corner’

Cat-quick running back/safety Dylan Everett joins Wildcats coach Justin Dennett and host Scott DeCamp on weekly show.

Montague senior running back/safety Dylan Everett has been nicknamed “Housecat” since his freshman year.

But how did he get that moniker? Is it because Everett is quick like a cat, plays for the Wildcats and is known to take it “to the house” on the football field?

That would seem to make sense, but the answer is “no.”

Everett was special guest on the weekly “Coaches Corner” show with Montague football coach Justin Dennett Monday night, as they joined host Scott DeCamp in-studio for an entertaining interview. They discussed Montague’s hard-fought 14-7 victory over Ravenna last Friday on homecoming and senior night, this week’s game at Shelby and, of course, where the “Housecat” nickname originated.

Through five games this season, the 5-foot-9, 175-pound Everett has rushed for 606 yards and nine touchdowns for an average of 121.2 yards per contest for the Wildcats (4-1, 4-0 West Michigan Conference).

Watch the video above for an informative and fun 15 minutes.

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