Wednesday, November 14, 2018

At a Glance: Campbellsville Regional Final

Stats of the Week
This senior group has tied the record for most games ever played by a class with 49. They will set the record with 50 on Friday night.  The other classes to play 49 games are 2010, 2011, and 2012.
CC was undefeated at home this season.  That makes the sixth time a CC has not lost at home over the course of the entire season. The other times this has occurred are 1963, 1975, 1986, 1999, and 2008.
CC had seven wins at home this year.  That accomplishment ties the record for most home wins along with the 1985 and 1998 seasons.
Campbellsville Series (0-1)Season - Result - Score - Location
2017 – LOSS – 8-44 – Home
Campbellsville 2018 (10-1, 3-0)Metcalfe County – Home – 36-2 – WIN
Casey County – Home – 40-50 – LOSS
Taylor County – Home – 40-20 – WIN
Green County – Away – 41-6 – WIN
Monroe County – Home – 55-22 – WIN
*Fort Knox – Away – 42-0 – WIN
Russell County – Away – 34-33 – WIN
*Bethlehem – Away – 44-16 – WIN
*Caverna – Home – 57-0 – WIN
**Larue County – Away  – 14-8 – WIN
Russellville – Home – 52-8 – WIN
* District Opponent
** Larue County beat Caldwell County last week, 44-41.
Campbellsville 2018 Statistical Leaders (Through Week 12)RUSHING
#6 – Malachi Corley – 76 att., 912 yards, 7 TDs
#1 – Charlie Pettigrew – 66 att., 602 yards, 10 TDs
PASSING
#12 – Arren Hash – 92/181, 1743 yards, 29 TDs, 7 INTs
RECEIVING
#6 – Malachi Corley – 32 rec., 747 yards, 13 TDs
#23 – Blase Whitley – 16 rec., 361 yards, 8 TDs
#5 – Reggie Thomas – 14 rec., 187 yards, 11 TDs
DEFENSE
#50 – Tristan Johnson – 105 Tackles, 17 TFL, 10.5 Sacks
#6 – Malachi Corley – 86 Tackles, 1 TFL, 2 INT (1 TD)
#55 – Dakota Reardon – 86 Tackles, 12 TFL, 11 Sacks, 4 Caused Fumbles
#65 – Lane Bottoms – 64 Tackles, 11 TFL, 8 Sacks
#11 – Braden Paige – 44 Tackles – 18 TFL, 7.5 Sacks
Crittenden County Playoff Game School Records(Some Statistical Categories Unavailable)
Passing Yards:251, Austin Berry, 2004 vs. Mayfield (Round 2)
Passing Completions:25, Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Passing Attempts:39, Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Passing Touchdowns:5, Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Fort Knox (Round 1)
Interceptions Thrown:4, Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Highest Completion Percentage:75.00% (18/24) , Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Fort Knox (Round 1) *min. 14 attempts
Rushing Yards: 252, Devon Nesbitt, 2017 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Rushing Touchdowns: 6, Rodney Robertson, 2008 vs. Ballard Memorial (Round 2)School RecordRushing Attempts: 40, Devon Nesbitt, 2017 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)

Receiving Yards:125, Ethan Hunt, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Receptions:12, Ethan Hunt, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Receiving Touchdowns:3, Ethan Hunt, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2) 

Tackles:22 (twice), Blake Gardner, 2005 vs. Mayfield (Rd 2) and Adam Beavers, 2017, vs. Campbellsville (Rd 3)
Tackles for Loss:4 (twice), Shawn Lanham, 2002 vs. Fulton City (Round 1) and Adam Beavers, 2016 vs. Bethlehem
Interceptions:2 (twice), Denis Hodge, 1985 vs. Carroll County (Rd 4) and Caden McCallister, 2017 vs. Caverna (Rd 1)
Sacks:2, Adam Beavers, 2017 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Caused Fumbles:2, Sean O’Leary, 2018 vs. Caverna (Round 1)
Fumble Recoveries:3 (three times), Andrew Freeman, 2008 vs. Kentucky  Country Day (Round 1); Devin Hopper, 2015 vs. Caverna (Round 1); Ethan Hunt, 2016 vs. Fort Knox (Round 1)

Longest TD Pass:75 Yards, Blake Gardner from Austin Berry, 2005 vs. Fulton County (Round 1)
Longest TD Run:75 Yards, Rodney Robertson, 2008 vs. Ballard Memorial (Round 2)
Longest Interception Return for a TD:N/A, none returned more than 45 yards long
Longest Fumble Return for a TD:21 Yards, Andrew Freeman, 2008 vs. Kentucky Country Day (Round 1)
Longest Punt Return for a TD:63 Yards, J.D. Gray, 2008, vs. Ballard Memorial (Round 2)
Longest Kickoff Return for a TD:92 Yards, Alex Cosby, 2015 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Longest Field Goal:26 Yards, Will Perkins, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Most Points Scored:36, Rodney Robertson, 2008 vs. Ballard Memorial (Round 2)
KHSAA Passing Completions in a Career Leaders(32nd-39thplace)
515 - Lawson Page (Collins) 2010-13
510 - Michael Caba (Magoffin County) 1993-95
510 - Chip Franklin (Paul Dunbar) 1997-00
504 - Allan Holland Jr. (Perry Co. Central) 2000-03
496 - Dustin Gruza (Mason County) 2000-03
493 - Scott Grizzle (Raceland) 2003-06
488 - Ryan Jones (Madison Central) 1996-99
486 - HUNTER BOONE (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT

KHSAA Passing Yards in a Career Leaders(58th-63rdplace)
6,821 - Jared Lorenzen (Highlands) 1995-98
6,777 - Michael Caba (Magoffin County) 1993-95
6,753 - Billy Jack Haskins (Paducah Tilghman) 1989-92
6,713 - Ryan Neff (Lexington Catholic) 1996-99
6,712 - Stanley Niece (Estill County) 1994-97
6,685 - HUNTER BOONE (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT 
KHSAA Passing Attempts in a Career Leaders(32nd-38thplace)
906 -Ryan Jones (Madison Central) 1996-99
898 - John Wesley Monin (Bardstown) 1998-01
896 - Reese Ryan (Lexington Catholic) 2011-14
886 - Luke Magness (Henry County) 2007-10
885 - Corky Prater (Lewis County) 1971-74
879 - Justin Burke (Lexington Catholic) 2002-05
871 - HUNTER BOONE (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT
KHSAA Passing TDs in a Career Leaders(35th-39thplace)
87 -Zach Barnard (Owensboro Catholic) 2002-04
87 - Devin Hayes (Bowling Green) 2010-13
83 - Scott Grizzle (Raceland) 2003-06
83 - Dustin Gruza (Mason County) 2000-03
82 - HUNTER BOONE (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT
KHSAA Receiving Yards in a Career Leaders(52nd-56thplace)
2,205- Nathan Dutton (Trinity (Louisville) 2005-07
2,179 - Cornell Burbage (Lexington Catholic) 2002-05
2,163 - Shawn Brown (Christian County) 2003-05
2,160 - Charles Jones (Christian County) 1990-93
2,130 - ETHAN DOSSETT (CRITT. CO) 2015-PRESENT
KHSAA Receptions in a Career Leaders(36th-47thplace)
136 - Kevin McGraw (Owensboro Catholic) 2000-03
135 - Nathan Dutton (Trinity (Louisville)) 2005-07
134 - Alex Veneman (Highlands) 2012-14
133 - Jason Robinette (Magoffin County) 1992-95
133 - Joe McGeorge (Bell County) 1985-88
132 - Domonique Hayden (Lexington Christian) 2006-09
131 - Chris Dobbins (Calloway County) 2005-08
131 - Chris Lamar (Henderson County) 2002-05
130 - Randy Stegman (Highlands) 1995-97
129 - TaShawn McBroom (Trinity (Louisville)) 2000-2002
128 - Lamar Williams (Hazard) 2000-03
127 - ETHAN DOSSETT (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT



Monday, November 12, 2018

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Boone is Class A District Player of the Year

Rocket QB Hunter Boone has been named First District Class A Player of the Year for the 2nd straight time. 

A 3-year starter at QB, Boone has shattered nearly every school passing record and has led his team to the regional championship game the past two seasons.

A Crittenden County player has won this award for the past three seasons. Running back Devon Nesbitt was the district player of the year in 2016.


Friday, November 9, 2018

Rockets hold off Bethlehem for regional berth

Coach Thompson celebrates with senior Gavin
Dickerson after one of his touchdowns.
MARION. Ky. – In the face of adversity, gazing down the barrel of heightened pressure yet armed with high expectations, Crittenden County’s sixth-ranked football team fended off a bit of misfortune and a measure of distress at times to pull out a 33-27 victory over Bardstown Bethlehem Friday, earning a trip to the Class A First Region championship next week at Campbellsville.

It will be the Rockets eighth time in school history to advance this far in the post-season playoffs. Twice they have won regional titles.

This week’s victory came much tougher than most expected and it was the first time the boys had faced much tribulation since losing to Caldwell County nine weeks ago – its only setback of the now 12-week long season.

A pyramid of penalties, three turnovers and some downright luckless bounces put Crittenden’s back against the wall more than once in the regional semifinal against a team that had dealt previous knockout blows to the Rockets – including one a couple of years of ago that still sticks in the craw of those who were there. Among them were this year’s seniors whose perseverance claimed the laurels this go-round.

That so-called meltdown at Bardstwon two Novembers ago was no doubt lingering the minds of many as the Eagles scored three times in the fourth period Friday and closed within six points after Crittenden had led 33-7 to start the final quarter.

Crittenden had eliminated Bethlehem 41-20 in this same round last postseason.

“We responded well,” said first-year coach Sean Thompson. “We needed a game like this and it’s good that it happened when it did, and that we ended up on top.”

Bethlehem has beaten Crittenden three of the five times they’ve met in postseason, and the nightmare of 2016 when the Eagles scored 29 unanswered points in the final frame to beat the Rockets wasn’t far from anyone’s memory as they scored 20 in the final quarter this time.

“We didn’t expect it to be like this,” said senior Gavin Dickerson, who scored two touchdowns on pass receptions in the second half when the Rockets first took command of the game after tailing 7-6 at the break. 

Dickerson credited the coaches' game plan for holding the ship together when seas became rough. 

“We took it for granted and they came out and played with a lot of heart,” he said.

Crittenden scored 27 points in the third period and was ahead by 26 with 10 minutes to go, but an onside kick by the Eagles after they’d scored on a sustained drive gave them a short field that led to a 20-yard touchdown pass by quarterback Ryan Mattingly. It was a two-possession game at that point. Crittenden responded, though, with a nice offensive series of its own, but fumbled in the end zone and Bethlehem recovered for a touchback. Mattingly worked his team down field then threw another TD strike. All of a sudden it was a new ballgame.

Another onside attempt failed, however, when Rocket senior Payton Riley covered the kickoff and the Rockets held it the rest of the way.

“They’re big but they didn’t have the most heart,” said Rocket senior lineman Devin Porter. “We just stayed focused and tried to get first downs and run the clock out.”

Crittenden was flagged for 120 yards in penalties. Two negated would-be touchdowns. Physical the game was indeed and tensions were high. There were a half dozen unsportsmanlike infractions during the contest. Both teams shared in the strained relations. Bethlehem backed up 80 yards for penalties. 

The Rockets struggled to get going offensively in the first half while Bethlehem controlled the ball, largely on the ground. Crittenden had just four possessions in the first two periods and turned the ball over twice on interceptions. 

CCHS quarterback Hunter Boone got on track in the third period, however, and completed 5-of-8 attempts that quarter, including the two touchdowns to Dickerson. Senior running back Devon Nesbitt rushed for 170 yards and two touchdowns, finding a new gear on a blazing burst for a 55-yard score in the second period.

Sophomore Caden McCalister intercepted a pass for the Rockets and senior end Sean O’Leary recovered a fumble after he and a couple of teammates sacked the Bethlehem quarterback in the third quarter. 

Crittenden will travel about three hours next week to Campellsville to face the state’s fifth-ranked Eagles, who beat Russellville 52-13 Friday, opening that game up after a close first half.

This will be Crittenden’s second straight trip to the regional title game. Campbellsville stopped them last year 44-8 at Marion. The Rockets have won the regional crown twice – once in 1985 en route to a state title and again in 2008 before losing to Beechwood in the state semifinal round.

SCORE BY QUARTERS
Bethlehem 0 7 0 20
Crittenden 0 6 27  0

SCORING PLAYS
B-Ezra Dillard 33 run (Bryce Zielke kick) 7:40, 2nd
C-Devon Nesbitt 55 run (kick failed) 6:44, 2nd
C-Gavin Dickerson 6 pass from Hunter Boone (run failed) 9:10, 3rd
C-Dickerson 13 pass from Boone (Parker Johnson kick) 6:40, 3rd
C-Nesbitt 7 run (Johnson kick) 4:46, 3rd
C-Xander Tabor 26 run (Johnson kick) 1:00, 3rd
B-Ryan Mattingly 1 run (pass failed) 9:49, 4th
B-Lane Peake 20 pass from Mattingly (Zielke kick) 8:13, 4th
B-Dillard 19 pass from Mattingly (Zielke kick) 2:03, 4th

TEAM TOTALS
First Downs: Crittenden 16, Bethlehem 18
Penalties: Crittenden 11-120, Bethlehem 10-80
Rushing: Crittenden 34-279, Bethlehem 30-107
Passing: Crittenden 10-23-2, 118 yds., Bethlehem 18-33-1, 170 yds.
Total Yards: Crittenden 397, Bethlehem 277
Fumbles/Lost: Crittenden 1-1, Bethlehem 1-1

INDVIDUAL STATISTICS
Rushing
Crittenden: Nesbitt 22-170, Tabor 6-64, Dickerson 2-3, H.Boone 4-42. Bethlehem: Dillard 19-114, Buddy Ullrich 1-(-4), Ryan Mattingly 1-(-3).
Passing
Crittenden: Boone 9-22-2, 96 yds., Ethan Dossett 1-1-0, 22 yds. Bethlehem: Mattingly 18-33-1, 170 yds.
Receiving
Crittenden: Dossett 4-47, Dickerson 3-33, Nesbitt 2-31, Payton Riley 1-7. Bethlehem: Lane Peake 6-68, Dillard 4-39, Xaiver Cheek 1-15, Ulrich 1-7, Clay Trusley 4-19, Mason Tucker 2-22.
Defense
Dickerson 3 solos, 4 assists; Johnson solo; Joyce 2 solos, 3 assists; Lamey solos; Langston 4 solos, assist; O’Leary 5 solos, 5 assists, fumble recovery; Riley solo, 2 assists; Gobin 2 solos, assist, sack, caused fumble; Jones 3 solos; Phillips assist; Easley 4 solos, sack; McCalister 5 solos, 3 assists, sack, interception; Tabor 3 solos, TFL; Winders 5 solos, 2 assists, TFL.
Players of the Game 
Offense Devon Nesbitt, Defense Caden McCalister, Linemen Ian Ellington and Jake Gibson.
Records: Crittenden 11-1, Bethlehem 4-8

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

AT A GLANCE: Bethlehem Game

BY ANDY HUNT

Stats of the Week
Crittenden County has nineor more touchdowns in consecutive weeks for the first time in school history.  CC has scored eightor more touchdowns in consecutive weeks four times.
CC is on pace to break the single season team records for Total Yards of Offense Per Game and Fewest Yards Allowed Per Game.  
CC broke the team single season scoring record of 509 points last week.  They now have 512 on the season.
Bethlehem Series (1-3)Season - Result - Score - Location
2010 – LOSS – 14-28 – Home
2015 – LOSS –  21-48 – Away
2016 – LOSS – 36-43 – Away
2017 – WIN – 41-20 – Home
Bethlehem High School – Bardstown, KY
- 24.3 Average ACT Score, Kentucky state average is 19.8
- 100% College Acceptance Rate
- The Bethlehem school system serves 9 counties
- Bethlehem was founded on September 8, 1819. It graduated its first high school class in 1913 which was all girls.  In 1970, boys began attending Bethlehem.
- It is one of only two coed Roman Catholic high schools overseen by Louisville Archdiocese of Jefferson County.
- School colors are Royal Blue and Gold.
- Tuition cost is $7,775 plus other fees.
- Student teacher ratio is 15:1
- Mascot is the eagle for boys’ teams and the Banshee for women’s teams.
- There are 34 players on their roster.

Bethlehem High School Notable Alumni
- Boyzzz Khumalo – Lindsey Wilson (NAIA All-American), Coastal Carolina (All Mid-South Conference Team) – Major League Soccer (Chicago Fire and DC United)

Bethlehem 2018 (4-7, 2-1)Shawnee (2A, 0-10) – Home – 53-0 - WIN
Washington County (2A, 5-6) – Away – 26-33 - LOSS
Hart County (3A, 7-4) – Home – 20-27 – LOSS
Holy Cross – Covington (1A, 4-6) – Home – 3-48 – LOSS
Kentucky Country Day (1A, 6-5) – Away – 0-56 – LOSS
*Caverna (1A, 0-11) – Away – 39-0 – WIN**
Eminence (No class listed on KHSAA, 7-3) – Away – 41-44 - LOSS
*Campbellsville (1A, 9-1) – Home – 16-44 – LOSS
*Fort Knox (1A, 4-7) – Away – 35-6 – WIN
Thomas Nelson (3A, 4-7) – Home – 6-41 – LOSS
Fulton County (1A, 5-6) – Home – 21-2 - WIN
* District Opponent
** Bethlehem lead 21-0 at the end of the 1stquarter versus Caverna.  They quickly tacked on three more scores and the score was 39-0 with 7:10 to go in the 2ndquarter.  This game was the first game back for running back Ezra Dillard who broke his wrist in the first game of the season.  Dillard ran for 159 yards and 4 TDs.  
Bethlehem 2016 Statistical Leaders (Through Week 10)RUSHING
#28 – Ezra Dillard – 122 attempts, 798 yards, 9 TDs
#35 – Nick Snellen – 28 attempts, 116 yards, 0 TDs
PASSING
#11 – Ryan Mattingly – 114/256, 1,664 yards, 15 TDs, 10 INTs
RECEIVING
#2 Clay Trusley – 30 receptions, 549 yards, 5 TDs
#19 Mason Tucker – 27 receptions, 536 yards, 3 TDs
#28 Ezra Dillard – 9 receptions, 190 yards, 0 TDs
TACKLES
#28 Ezra Dillard – 75 Tackles, 12 TFLs
#75  Patrick Alvey – 52 Tackles, 7 TFLs
#23 Buddy Ulrich – 52 Tackles, 11 TFLs
#72 Sam Matter – 49 Tackles, 12 TFLs
Crittenden County Playoff Game School Records(Some Statistical Categories Unavailable)
Passing Yards:251, Austin Berry, 2004 vs. Mayfield (Round 2)
Passing Completions:25, Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Passing Attempts:39, Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Passing Touchdowns:5, Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Fort Knox (Round 1)
Interceptions Thrown:4, Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Highest Completion Percentage:75.00% (18/24) , Hunter Boone, 2016 vs. Fort Knox (Round 1) *min. 14 attempts
Rushing Yards: 252, Devon Nesbitt, 2017 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Rushing Touchdowns: 6, Rodney Robertson, 2008 vs. Ballard Memorial (Round 2)School RecordRushing Attempts: 40, Devon Nesbitt, 2017 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)

Receiving Yards:125, Ethan Hunt, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Receptions:12, Ethan Hunt, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Receiving Touchdowns:3, Ethan Hunt, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2) 

Tackles:22 (twice), Blake Gardner, 2005 vs. Mayfield (Rd 2) and Adam Beavers, 2017, vs. Campbellsville (Rd 3)
Tackles for Loss:4 (twice), Shawn Lanham, 2002 vs. Fulton City (Round 1) and Adam Beavers, 2016 vs. Bethlehem
Interceptions:2 (twice), Denis Hodge, 1985 vs. Carroll County (Rd 4) and Caden McCallister, 2017 vs. Caverna (Rd 1)
Sacks:2, Adam Beavers, 2017 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Caused Fumbles:2, Sean O’Leary, 2018
Fumble Recoveries:3 (three times), Andrew Freeman, 2008 vs. Kentucky  Country Day (Round 1); Devin Hopper, 2015 vs. Caverna (Round 1); Ethan Hunt, 2016 vs. Fort Knox (Round 1)

Longest TD Pass:75 Yards, Blake Gardner from Austin Berry, 2005 vs. Fulton County (Round 1)
Longest TD Run:75 Yards, Rodney Robertson, 2008 vs. Ballard Memorial (Round 2)
Longest Interception Return for a TD:N/A, none returned more than 45 yards long
Longest Fumble Return for a TD:21 Yards, Andrew Freeman, 2008 vs. Kentucky Country Day (Round 1)
Longest Punt Return for a TD:63 Yards, J.D. Gray, 2008, vs. Ballard Memorial (Round 2)
Longest Kickoff Return for a TD:92 Yards, Alex Cosby, 2015 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Longest Field Goal:26 Yards, Will Perkins, 2016 vs. Bethlehem (Round 2)
Most Points Scored:36, Rodney Robertson, 2008 vs. Ballard Memorial (Round 2)
KHSAA Passing Completions in a Career Leaders(35th-42ndplace)
504 - Allan Holland Jr. (Perry Co. Central) 2000-03
496 - Dustin Gruza (Mason County) 2000-03
493 - Scott Grizzle (Raceland) 2003-06
488 - Ryan Jones (Madison Central) 1996-99
483 - Austin Chapman (Gallatin Co.) 2010-13
483 - Stanley Niece (Estill County) 1994-97
478 - Cole Draughn (Pulaski County) 2000-03
477 - HUNTER BOONE (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT

KHSAA Passing Yards in a Career Leaders(58th-65thplace)
6,821 - Jared Lorenzen (Highlands) 1995-98
6,777 - Michael Caba (Magoffin County) 1993-95
6,753 - Billy Jack Haskins (Paducah Tilghman) 1989-92
6,713 - Ryan Neff (Lexington Catholic) 1996-99
6,712 - Stanley Niece (Estill County) 1994-97
6,665 - Cole Draughn (Pulaski County) 2000-03
6,655 - Sean Pennington (Clay County) 1981-84
6,589 - HUNTER BOONE (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT 
KHSAA Passing Attempts in a Career Leaders(32nd-39thplace)
906 -Ryan Jones (Madison Central) 1996-99
898 - John Wesley Monin (Bardstown) 1998-01
896 - Reese Ryan (Lexington Catholic) 2011-14
886 - Luke Magness (Henry County) 2007-10
885 - Corky Prater (Lewis County) 1971-74
879 - Justin Burke (Lexington Catholic) 2002-05
870 - Gerry Ahrens (Male) 1996-98
849 - HUNTER BOONE (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT
KHSAA Passing TDs in a Career Leaders(35th-43rdplace)
87 -Zach Barnard (Owensboro Catholic) 2002-04
87 - Devin Hayes (Bowling Green) 2010-13
83 - Scott Grizzle (Raceland) 2003-06
83 - Dustin Gruza (Mason County) 2000-03
82 - Chris Todd (Elizabethtown) 2001-04
82 - Chip Franklin (Paul Dunbar) 1997-00
81 - Ryan Jones (Madison Central) 1996-99
81 - Austin Chapman (Gallatin Co.) 2010-13
80 - HUNTER BOONE (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT
KHSAA Receiving Yards in a Career Leaders(52nd-60thplace)
2,205- Nathan Dutton (Trinity (Louisville) 2005-07
2,179 - Cornell Burbage (Lexington Catholic) 2002-05
2,163 - Shawn Brown (Christian County) 2003-05
2,160 - Charles Jones (Christian County) 1990-93
2,113 - Austin Moore (Corbin) 2013-16
2,099 - George Garner (Calloway County) 2005-08
2,083 - ETHAN DOSSETT (CRITT. CO) 2015-PRESENT
KHSAA Receptions in a Career Leaders(46TH-52NDplace)
127 - Josh Hale (Rockcastle County) 1998-01
127 - Corterris Reese (Waggener) 1996-99
126 - Cornell Burbage (Lexington Catholic) 2002-05
126 - TeWayne Willis (Perry Co. Central) 1999-02
125 - Ahmona Maxwell (Paducah Tilghman) 1998-01
125 - Dougie Allen (Paul Dunbar) 1994-97
123 - ETHAN DOSSETT (CRITT. CO.) 2015-PRESENT