Read about Caldwell's win over Mayfield. Click here for report from Princeton Times-Leader.
Saturday, October 31, 2009
MURRAY, Ky. - Playing its second undefeated opponent in two weeks, Crittenden had Murray on the ropes in the third period but turnovers and injuries took a toll as the Tigers won 24-7 Friday after a fourth-quarter blitz at Roy Stewart Stadium.
J.D. Gray scored early in the third period after the Rockets got an onside kick to start the second half. His touchdown gave Crittenden a 7-3 lead in a battle of two bruising defenses.
Murray answered minutes later on the first of Brandon Wicks' three touchdowns, but the Rockets continued to move the ball. Crittenden drove to the Murray 30, 28 and 29 during the game, yet came up empty. With both teams grinding it out on the ground, possessions were few and the missed opportunities cost the Rockets.
Trailing 10-7, Crittenden had moved again into Murray territory, but running back Andrew Freemen fumbled and the Tigers recovered. On its first play after the recovery, Wicks broke around the left flank for a 71-yard TD run and a 17-7 lead early in the fourth. He added another scoring run five minutes later on a counter play. That touchdown was set up by a Murray interception and broke the Rockets' backs.
"They were a tough team, big and physical," Rocket coach Al Starnes said. "Our kids fought hard. We had chances, had chances early.
"We gave them some opportunities, too. We went for it on fourth down (on the first possession) and gave them a short field then held them to a field goal," Starnes added. "We had them on the ropes. Our kids played well."
Murray scored its two fourth-quarter touchdowns after injuries had taken a major toll on the Crittenden secondary. Brian Berry was knocked out of the game in the third quarter with a head injury and Gray left in the fourth with a smashed thumb. Both play in the defensive backfield where two regulars were already out – Tanner Nix and Dustin Hernandez.
"The secondary is where we were thin anyway, but the kids did a great job," Starnes said.
Crittenden made just one penalty in the game, but it cost the Rockets on an early drive. In the first half, the Rockets outgained Murray 98 to 66 yards.
The Tigers finished 10-0 in the regular season for the second time in school history. They were undefeated in 1993 and finished the 1932 season with no losses, but one tie.
Crittenden will be at home next week, hosting Kentucky Country Day in the first round of the playoffs.
Pictured at top is coach Al Starnes going over second half strategy during halftime at Roy Stewart Stadium. Below are the Rockets converging on Murray's Brandon Wix.
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Crittenden 0 0 7 0
Murray 3 0 7 14
M-Jordan Benton 31 field goal, 7:38, 1st
CC-J.D. Gray 11 run (J.R. Adams kick) 3:24, 3rd
M-Brandon Wicks 33 run (Benton kick) 3:24, 3rd
M-Wicks 71 run (Benton kick) 11:15, 4th
M-Wicks 17 run (Benton kick) 5:28, 4th
First Downs: Crittenden 12, Murray 8
Penalties: Crittenden 1-10, Murray 4-45
Rushing: Crittenden 39-135, Murray 38-260
Passing: Crittenden 7-17-1, 64 yds., Murray 0
Total Yards: Crittenden 199, Murray 260
Fumbles/Lost: Crittenden 2-1, Murray 1-1
Rushing: Crittenden-Gray 18-78, Brian Berry 11-38, Andrew Freeman 7-18, Devin Wallace 1-2, Bryce Willis 2-(-1). Murray-Wicks 17-163, Shickille Davis 12-33, Christian Duncan 2-39, Terrel Buck 2-6, Kendall Deese 1-0, Bob Fields 3-16, Demoree Fields 1-3.
Passing: Crittenden-Gray 7-16-1, 64 yds.
Receiving: Crittenden-Dylan Clark 5-46, Allen Kirk 1-7, Justin Lee 1-11.
Defense: Bebout 2 solos, 3 assists; 2 TFL; A.Berry 4 solos, 4 assists, 2 TFL; B.Berry 2 solos, 2 assists; Clark 4 solos, 3 assists, 2 TFL, caused fumble; Cudnik 4 assists; Fletcher 8 solos, 5 assists, TFL; Gray 4 solos, 3 assists; Lee 4 assists, fumble recovery; Price solo; Thornton 5 solos, 6 assists; TFL, blocked kick, fumble recovery; D.Wallace assist; Werne solo, assist; Willis assist.
Pizza Hut Players of the Game: Offense Dylan Clark. Defense Dyllan Thornton and Jackie Fletcher. Lineman Aaron Berry.
Records: Crittenden 8-2, Murray 10-0
Friday, October 30, 2009
Tonight's Crittenden County vs. Murray high school football game has been moved from the Murray High field to Murray State's Roy Stewart Stadium due to wet conditions. Murray State's field has Sports Turf, and holds up better in extremely wet weather. Game time is 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, October 29, 2009
|2009 Murray - #4 - 2A - (9-0)|
|Murray's Opponents' 2009 Seasons:|
|Madisonville-North Hopkins||5A||5-4||UNR||(Beat Hopkins Central 14-6)|
|Calloway County||4A||3-6||UNR||(Lost to Hopkins Central 14-22)|
|Fulton City||1A||2-7||UNR||(Beat Todd County and Fulton County)|
|Ballard Memorial||1A||2-7||UNR||(Lost to Trigg 6-53)|
|Trigg County||2A||5-4||UNR||(4 game winning streak)|
|Reidland||2A||3-6||UNR||(5 game losing streak)|
|Caldwell County||2A||3-6||#13||(Had to beat Reidland to get into the playoffs)|
|Heath||2A||4-5||UNR||(Lost 5 out of its 7 games)|
|* AP RANKINGS FOR OCTOBER 26, 2009|
|CC is behind in the series 3-13-1 (20.6% winning percentage)|
|Biggest win in the series for CC, 18-8 in 2002|
|Biggest loss in the series for CC, 0-38 in 1968|
|Coach Starnes is 2-4 against Murray|
|Worst Winning Percentage|
|These are the teams that CC has worst winning percentage against and has beaten at least once.|
Wednesday, October 28, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
2. Mayfield at 2A Caldwell County
3. Beechwood vs. 2A #5 Newport Central Catholic
4. Hazard vs. 5A Clay County
5. Frankfort vs. 2A Danville
6. Crittenden County at 2A #8 Murray
7. Raceland -- OPEN
8. Bellevue vs. 2A Lloyd Memorial
9. Louisville Holy Cross -- OPEN
10. Pikeville vs. 3A #7 Sheldon Clark
2. DeSales at 6A Southern
3. Prestonsburg at 3A Pike County Central
4. Corbin at 1A #1 Lexington Christian Academy
5. Newport Central Catholic at 1A #3 Beechwood
6. Green County at 4A #7 Marion County
7. Monroe County at 4A #5 Allen County-Scottsville
8. Murray vs. 1A #6 Crittenden County
9. Covington Holy Cross at Shadyside (OH), (10/31)
10. Christian Academy-Louisville at 1A Kentucky Country Day
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — The top teams in the
Kentucky Associated Press high school
football polls, with first-place votes, re-
cords, total points and previous rankings:
Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Mayfield (12) 9-0 200 1
2. Lex. Christian (8) 8-1 196 2
3. Beechwood (1) 6-3 161 4
4. Frankfort - 7-2 125 5
5. Hazard - 6-3 111 6
6. Crittenden Co. - 8-1 99 3
7. Allen Central - 8-1 81 7
8. Bellevue - 6-3 48 8
9. Raceland - 6-4 42
10. Campbellsville - 6-3 25
Others receiving votes: 11, Fairview 16.
12, Lou. Holy Cross 14. 13, Pikeville 12.
14, Harlan 10. 15, Eminence 9. 16, Wil-
Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Fort Campbell (19) 9-0 208 1
2. Prestonsburg (2) 9-0 178 2
3. Corbin - 8-1 164 3
4. Murray - 9-0 150 4
5. Green Co. - 7-2 112 7
6. Lou. DeSales - 6-3 106 6
7. Newport Cen. Catholic - 4-5 68 8
8. Monroe Co. - 7-2 63 5
9. Lou. Christian Acd. - 7-2 62 10
10. Shelby Valley - 6-3 25 9
Others receiving votes: 11, Cov. Holy
Cross 8. 12, Hancock Co. 6. 13, Caldwell
Co. 2. 13, Danville 2.
Monday, October 26, 2009
Jared Champion (1996) 40 receptions, 594 yards, 7 touchdowns
T.K. Guess (2002-2005) 95 receptions, 1774 yards, 17 touchdowns
Denis Hodge (1982-1985) 50 receptions, 874 yards, 9 touchdowns
Jerry Jessup* (1986-1989) 23 receptions, 586 yards, 9 touchdowns
Shawnte Moss (2001-2004) 40 receptions, 697 yards, 7 touchdowns
Chad Perryman (1990-1993) 85 receptions, 1655 yards, 15 touchdowns
* INCOMPLETE STATS
- VOTE FOR WHO YOU BELIEVE IS THE BEST RECEIVER ON THE WEEKLY POLL LOCATED IN THE LEFT MARGIN.
Friday, October 23, 2009
MARION, Ky. - There is no denying that the balance of power is back in order in the Class A First District.
One year after Crittenden County upset the hierarchy of small-school western Kentucky football by beating Mayfield twice in one season, the mighty Cardinals are back on top, thrashing the Rockets 42-7 in a clash of two previously unbeaten top 5 teams.
"They're for real. They're No. 1," said Rocket coach Al Starnes. "We threw everything we had at them and they stopped us. They are better on defense than I thought."
Right out of the chute, Mayfield declared its return to the throne, scoring twice in about four minutes and running out to a 22-0 halftime lead. For the methodical Rocket offense, that alone was insurmountable.
"Our defense played great," Mayfield coach Joe Morris said. "We took it to them and dominated the game."
Crittenden managed just 88 yards rushing and 73 in the air.
"Our kids worked really hard for this. They remembered what happened last year on this field and they were rewarded for their hard work."
Crittenden beat the Cardinals 27-14 at Mayfield in the 2008 regular season, and 26-13 at Marion in the regional championship game. It was the first time a team had knocked off the Class A First Region superpower twice in one season.
The Rockets were hoping that history would repeat itself and give them homefield advantage through the playoffs, but the Cardinals were irrepressible this time. Barring any upsets, they will be at home for every post-season game, except the championship at Bowling Green.
Mayfield scored on its first four offensive series of the game and put touchdowns on the board on three of its first four possessions in the second half. Running back Tyreese Murrell was the workhorse, gathering 158 yards on the ground and scoring twice.
Mayfield's heralded receiver Xavier Shelton was held in check most of the game on offense. He was the focus of Crittenden's defensive scheme and didn't catch a pass against a double team in the secondary until midway through the third period. Yet the talented senior found ways to hurt his hosts. He returned the Rockets' first punt for a 73-yard touchdown and caught a TD pass in the third period from quarterback Luke Guhy, who was 8-for-14 with three touchdowns.
With Shelton bottled up downfield – and out of the backfield where he rushed for just five yards on two attempts – Mayfield turned to others in its vast arsenal. Junior Javarius Richardson caught two touchdown passes of 37 and 15 yards. And backup running back Decole Noonan scooted free for a 76-yard run on his only carry to set up Mayfield's field goal in the second period.
The third-ranked Rockets were unable to gain any momentum, falling behind early and leaving last season's double-dip over Mayfield in the distant past.
"Our kids played hard. Other than a few missed tackles, we did all we could do. We gave it all we had," Starnes said.
The Rockets came out throwing the ball, trying to catch top-ranked Mayfield off guard. The hype leading up to the matchup – billed as the Game of the Year in Western Kentucky – centered largely on the Rockets' ball-control offense as its lone weapon vs. the big-play Cardinals. Crittenden threw on first down its first three possessions, but Mayfield was ready for it. Cardinal defensive back William Higgingson, a sophomore, picked off two passes, including Gray's second of the contest to set up his team's second touchdown on a short field.
Mayfield had excellent field position early and made the Rockets pay.
"We were prepared for this game," said Morris, whose team was off last week, giving it time to mend and polish its plan. "Our coaching staff did a great job and our kids were ready to play Monday or Tuesday."
Crittenden managed to get a little pressure on the Mayfield quarterback in the second and third periods, and slowed the firestorm. Still, the defense that was among the best in the state – allowing only a little more than a touchdown a game – had few answers for Mayfield's versatile attack. On offense, it was no easier for Crittenden. Despite scoring 34 points a game this season, the Rockets managed a meager touchdown in the fourth period when Brian Berry scored after senior receiver Allen Kirk caught a 43-yard pass, taking the ball deep into Mayfield territory.
Crittenden (8-1) will close out its regular season next week at undefeated Murray High.
The Rockets wrapped up second place in the First District and will host Kentucky Country Day (5-4) in the opening round of the playoffs on Nov. 6. Crittenden beat KCD in the first round last year 47-0. Click here for Class A Final Standings.
ROCKET DEFENSIVE BACK Robert Cudnik (20) defends against Mayfield's Javarius Richardson's fourth-quarter touchdown catch in top photo. Directly above, Rocket QB J.D. Gray finds little running room against the Mayfield defense.
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Mayfield 19 3 13 7
Crittenden Co. 0 0 0 7
M-Xavier Shelton 73 punt return (Marc Wynstra kick) 9:27, 1st
M-Javarius Richardson 37 pass from Luke Guhy (kick failed) 7:53, 1st
M-Tyreese Murrell 9 run (pass failed) :35, 1st
M-Wynstra 33 field goal, 9:04, 2nd
M-Murrell 27 run (pass failed) 9:56, 3rd
M-Shelton 25 pass from Guhy (Wynstra kick) 1:23, 3rd
CC-Brian Berry 8 run (J.R. Adams kick) 9:54, 4th
M-Richardson 15 pass from Guhy (Wynstra kick) 4:48, 4th
First Downs: Crittenden 6, Mayfield 11
Penalties: Crittenden 2-30, Mayfield 5-31
Rushing: Crittenden 27-88, Mayfield 35-258
Passing: Crittenden 5-15-2, 73 yds., Mayfield 8-14-0, 120 yds.
Total Yards: Crittenden 161, Mayfield 378
Fumbles/Lost: Crittenden 2-0, Mayfield 1-0
Rushing: Crittenden-J.D. Gray 14-67, Berry 9-16, Andrew Freeman 4-5. Mayfield-Murrell 22-158, Clay Sweatman 1-(-2), Matthew Shultz 3-12, Shelton 2-5, Decole Noonan 1-76, Jonathon Jackson 1-2, Guhy 2-12.
Passing: Crittenden-Gray 5-13-1, 73 yds., Berry 0-2-1. Mayfield-Guhy 8-14-0, 120 yds.
Receiving: Crittenden-Allen Kirk 1-43, Freeman 1-14, Berry 2-13, Dylan Clark 1-3.
Defense: A.Berry 6 solos, 3 assists, TFL; B.Berry solo, 3 assists; Clark solo, assist; Cudnik 4 solos, 2 assists; Fletcher 6 solos, 2 assists; Freeman solo, 3 assists; Gray 2 solos, 3 assists; Hernandez solo, 2 assists; Lee 3 solos; Long 2 solos; Price solo, assist, TFL; Thornton 5 solos, 2 assists; B.Wallace solo; Werne solo, 5 assists.
Pizza Hut Players of the Game: Offense Allen Kirk. Defense Aaron Berry. Lineman Aaron Berry.
Records: Crittenden 8-1, Mayfield 9-0.
C 55 Carlos Parrott
RG 65 Hunter Kingston
RT 61 Taylor Sullivan
LG 63 Scott Leet
Lt 75 Jantzen Jones
WR 18 William Higginson
WR 15 Javarious Richardson
WR 7 Xavier Shelton
RB 6 Tyreese Murrell
RB 9 Jonathon Jackson
QB 14 Luke Guhy
Crittenden County Defense
DE 6 Dylan Clark
DT 53 Aaron Berry
N 62 Daniel Price
DT 31 Andrew Freeman
DE 57 Terry Werne
M 54 Jackie Fletcher
W 3 Brian Berry
S 1 Dylan Thorton
CB 20 Robert Cudnik
S 14 JD Gray
CB 22 Justin Lee
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Homecoming coronation will begin at 6 p.m., at the Nov. 6 playoff game.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs
1. Mayfield (11) 8-0 198 1
2. Lex. Christian (9) 7-1 193 2
3. Crittenden Co. - 8-0 159 3
4. Beechwood (1) 5-3 151 4
5. Frankfort - 6-2 113 5
6. Hazard - 5-3 94 6
7. Allen Central - 7-1 71 7
8. Bellevue - 6-2 60 8
9. Fairview - 6-2 33 10
10. Lou. Holy Cross - 5-4 32 10
Others receiving votes: 11, Raceland 16.
12, Pikeville 12. 13, Harlan 7. 13, Camp-
bellsville 7. 15, Williamsburg 4. 16, Bethle-
hem 3. 17, Eminence 2.
1. Lexington Christian
4. Crittenden County
7. Louisville Holy Cross
Monday, October 19, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
FULTON, Ky. - The only thing that stopped the Rocket offense was the back of the end zone and the game's final horn.
Crittenden County scored on every possession except its final drive when time ran out on a 57-0 road victory.
While the offense was unstoppable, Crittenden's defense dismantled the hapless Bulldogs who were playing without star running back Jacquise Lockett. With Lockett out for disciplinary reasons, Crittenden held Fulton to just 51 total yards.
The only black mark of the night was the loss of receiver Tanner Nix, who dislocated his left elbow during a 22-yard run late in the first period. Nix had scored earlier on a 49-yard touchdown pass from quarterback J.D. Gray. He and was taken to Jackson Purchase Medical Center at Mayfield. Dr. Johnny Newcom said Nix had no fractures, but it is not clear how long he will be sidelined.
Nix is the starting cornerback, also. His loss in the secondary would be sorely felt next week against Mayfield.
Fulton was unable to pose any type of a threat as Crittenden scored four first-quarter touchdowns. Gray passed for three scores and rushed for one. Rocket running backs scored four times.
Senior Allen Kirk caught the first touchdown pass of his career in the first half and Bowe Wallace rushed for his first TD ever in the fourth period.
Dyllan Thornton, Devin Wallace and Dustin Hernandez each had interceptions in the game as Fulton's quarterbacks completed just 1 of 6 passes.
Pictured above is Tanner Nix on the running play where he was injured Friday night.
SCORE BY QUARTERS
Crittenden 30 14 6 7
Fulton 0 0 0 0
CC-J.D. Gray 35 run (Brian Berry run) 11:20, 1st
CC-Tanner Nix 49 pass from Gray (J.R. Adams kick) 10:54, 1st
CC-Allen Kirk 22 pass from Gray (Andrew Freeman run) 7:53, 1st
CC-Freeman 13 run (Adams kick) 3:58, 1st
CC-Berry 10 run (Adams kick) 9:13, 2nd
CC-Freeman 32 pass from Gray (Adams kick) 4:51, 2nd
CC-Dustin Hernandez 5 run (kick failed) 6:46, 3rd
CC-Bowe Wallace 11 run (Adams kick) 8:20, 4th
First Downs: Crittenden 11, Fulton 3
Penalties: Crittenden 3-20, Fulton 2-11
Rushing: Crittenden 33-246, Fulton 25-29
Passing: Crittenden 8-11-0, 118 yds, Fulton 1-6-3, 22 yds.
Total Yards: Crittenden 364, Fulton 51
Fumbles/Lost: Crittenden 0-0, Fulton 1-0
Rushing: Crittenden-Hernandez 10-54, Wallace 5-51, Gray 4-48, Berry 4-34, Freeman 1-13, Dyllan Thornton 2-3, Nix 1-22, Devin Wallace 1-11, Josh Gaston 3-7, Grant Gardner 1-3. Fulton-Rondell Bransford 8-42, David Kirby 9-15, Ray Pledge 3-(-8), Fred Lindsey 2-(-9), Demarquis Young 3-(-11).
Passing: Crittenden-Gray 8-11-0, 118 yds. Fulton-Lindsey 1-4-2, 22 yds., Kirby 0-2-1.
Receiving: Crittenden-Freeman 2-35, Kirk 2-29, Nix 1-49, Thornton 1-1, Dylan Clark 1-5. Fulton-Kirby 1-22.
Defense: A.Berry solo, assist, TFL; B.Berry 3 solos, assist; Clark 4 solos, 2 assists, 3 TFL; Collins 2 solos; Copeland solo; Cudnik 3 solso; Cozart 3 assists; Fletcher solo, TFL: Gardner 2 assists; Gray solo; Hernandez assist, interception; Hill solo, TFL; Knox 2 solos, assist; Lee assist; Long solo, TFL; Mayes solo, assist; Piper assist; Price 4 solos, 3 assists; Thornton 3 solos, assist, 2 TFL, interception; B.Wallace 2 solos, 2 assists; D.Wallace 3 solos, 4 assists, 2 TFL; interception; Werne assist.
Pizza Hut Players of the Game: Offense J.D. Gray. Lineman Aaron Berry. Defense Dylan Clark.
Records: Crittenden 8-0, Fulton 1-7
Thursday, October 15, 2009
Wednesday, October 14, 2009
Fulton City - 1A - District Opponent - (0-2) (1-6)
|Lake County (TN)||A||19||70||L|
|South Fulton (TN)||A||26||55||L|
|Todd County Central||A||42||14||W|
|Fulton City's Opponents' 2009 Seasons:|
|Lake County (TN)||1A||5-2||n/a||#7||(Beat Fulton County 55-30)|
|Gleason (TN)||1A||5-2||n/a||Unranked||(3-game winning streak)|
|Murray||2A||7-0||n/a||#4||(Beat Madisonville 21-6)|
|South Fulton (TN)||1A||4-3||n/a||Unranked||(Lake County (TN) 27-9)|
|Todd County Central||2A||0-8||n/a||Unranked||(Have been outscored 52-433)|
|Ballard Memorial**||1A||1-6||1-2||Unranked||(Have allowed 289 points)|
|Mayfield**||1A||8-0||3-0||#1||(2nd Highest Scoring Offense in 1A)|
|* Rankings as of October 5, 2009|
|** District Opponent|
|CC leads the series 17 - 20 (45.9% |
|Biggest win in the series for CC, 52-0 in |
|Biggest loss in the series for CC, 6-48 |
|Coach Starnes is 11-2 against Fulton City|
|The average score of the past 12 games |
has been CC 36.4, FC 13
|There has been 8 shutouts in the series, |
4 for each team
|Since 1994, CC is 11-1 against Fulton |
Start in School History, 8-0
|With a win, CC will tie its best start in |
school history. In 1999, that team started 8-0 as well but lost in week 9
|CC has never received a forfeit before. |
The1960 game between CC and Sturgis was not a forfeit, but the final score
|CC has won the |
turnover battle in 11 of the past 17 games. In those 11 games, they are 10-1
with the only loss being to Caldwell County in week 10, 2008
the 7-0 Start
|Last team to start 7-0 was 1999, team |
finished 10-2 and lost in the 2nd round of the playoffs to Mayfield
|1-1 all-time in week 8 games after |
|Coach Starnes is 1-0 when starting 7-0 in |
week 8 games (1999, Trigg County, 21-0)
Week 8 Games
|CC is 21-31 all-time in Week 8 games|
|CC has won eight Week 8 games in a row|
|Coach Starnes is 14-4 in week 8 games|
County On The Road
|Coach Starnes has a record of 52-50 in |
games on the road, this record does not count neutral field games
|The CC Defense has only had one shutout |
on the road in its last 19 tries (34-0, Webster County, 2008)
Scoring Margin by a CC Team on the Road
|* School no longer in existence|
Scoring By Quarter
|1st QTR||2nd QTR||3rd QTR||4th QTR||TOTAL||Per Game|
|* 1 team-point not included in scoring |
totals due to forfeit
|In the 90 games since the beginning of |
the 2002, Crittenden County has outscored its opponent in the 4th quarter
only 32 times (36%).
|In the last 26 games, |
Crittenden County has outscored its opponent in the 1st quarter 19 times
(73%) but more specifically it has happened in every game this season. CC
has a record of 18-1 in those ballgames (only loss Caldwell County in week
|CC has allowed an opponent to score in |
the 4th quarter for the first time (losing a shutout), 11 times since 2002.
|Points Allowed Per Game|
|CC is tied for the #1 scoring defense in |
the state (1A-6A).
10 CC Defenses through 7 Games
|1999||48||2 Shutouts||* In week 8, this team had a shutout.|
|** Maximum of 81 points allowed|
|This scenario is |
based on the assumption that there are no other upsets and Crittenden County
beats Mayfield. Below would be the first round matchups. The records shown
include October 9th games.
|Round 1 Playoff Games|
|District 1||Opponent (District) (Overall) (AP Ranking)||District 2||Opponent (District) (Overall) (AP Ranking)|
|#1||Crittenden County (2-0) (7-0) (#3)||Plays at Home Against||#4||Caverna (0-2) (1-6) (UNR)|
|#2||Mayfield (3-0) (7-0) (#1)||Plays at Home Against||#3||Kentucky Country Day (1-1) (5-3) (#11)|
|#3||Ballard Memorial (1-2) (1-6) (UNR)||Plays on the Road at||#2||Bethlehem (1-1) (4-4) (#18)|
|#4||Fulton City (0-2) (1-6) (UNR)||Plays on the Road at||#1||Holy Cross (Louisville) (2-0) (4-4) (#10)|
|* AP Rankings as of October 5, 2009|
|CC is undeated in the last 12 games when |
J.D. Gray RUSHES for a Touchdown
|Gray's interception |
last week was his first interception since week 3 game against Calloway
County of the 2008 season. That was 16 straight games without an
Completion Percentage Leaders*
|* Minimum 100 passing attempts |
and a career 35% completion percentage
Returns for Touchdowns in a Season
|Before J.D. Gray |
returned his second kickoff of the season for a touchdown against Ballard
Memorial, the last time a player returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in the
same season was in 2004 when Shawnte Moss accomplished the feat. No one has
ever done this 3 times in one season.
|Kickoffs Returned for a TD in a Season||Player||Season|
|Aaron Berry moved into 7th place in |
career tackles with 242 passing Tanner Tabor (239) and Joey Rich (237).
|J.D. Gray has 246 points and needs two |
points to pass Ronnie Moss (248) on the all-time scoring list.
|J.D. Gray moved into 3rd place in Career |
Passing Yards with 1781 yards moving ahead of Sean Thompson (1757) and Turner
|J.D. Gray moved into 5th place in Career |
Rushing TDs passing Jimmy Hopper (30).
|J.D. Gray is the only person in school |
history to return two punts and two kickoffs for TDs in a career.
|Passing Yards |
in a Career
|Passing TDs in |
|Rushing Yards |
in a Career
|Rushing TDs in |
Scored in a Career
|Name||Rushing||Receiving||Interception||Kick Return||Punt Return||Fumble Return|
|Points Scored in a Career||Name||Seasons|
|Tackles for Loss - Career||Name||Seasons|
|Sacks in a Career||Name||Seasons|
|Tackles in a Career||Solos||Assists||Name||Seasons|
|Fumble Rec. in a Career||Name||Seasons|
|6||7 others tied with 6.|
|PATs Made in a Career||Name||Seasons|
|PATs Att. in a Career||Name||Seasons|