2010 BETHLEHEM EAGLES (1-2, 6-4)
Fort Knox (2A, 3-7) - HOME - 27-22 - WIN
Eminence (1A, 4-5) - AWAY - 55-18 - WIN
Bardstown (2A, 3-7) - HOME - 6-13 - LOSS
Campbellsville (1A, 4-6) - AWAY - 7-6 - WIN
Spencer County (2A, 0-10) - HOME - 42-28 - WIN
Holy Cross (Louisville) (1A, 9-1) - HOME - 14-31 - LOSS
Washington County (2A, 9-1) - AWAY - 0-30 - LOSS
Kentucky Country Day (1A, 6-4) - AWAY - 8-14 - LOSS
Caverna (1A, 4-6) - AWAY - 62-8 - WIN
Shawnee (3A, 2-8)- HOME - 2-0 - WIN (by forfeit)
BETHLEHEM FOOTBALL NOTES
- Bethlehem is 6-16 (27.2%) in their last 22 away games.
- BHS has recorded one shutout in its last 55 games (Week 1, 2009).
- Bethlehem has lost its last three playoff games.
- Breakdown by Class: 8-Freshmen, 8-Sophomores, 6-Juniors, & 11-Seniors.
- BHS has scored in single digits 4 of its last 7 games. Contrast that stat to the fact that you have to go back 24 games to get the last four times CC has scored in single digits.
CRITTENDEN COUNTY FOOTBALL NOTES
- CC has won its last 4 home playoff game and 6 out of its last 7.
- Coach Starnes is 13-7 in home playoff games.
- CC has never allowed more than 14 points (1963, Murray) and won a home playoff game.
- CC has never scored 29 points or more and lost a home playoff game.
CC and Bethlehem have never played.
Bethlehem is 0-2 against district opponents of CC in the past two years.
Andrew Freeman became the 13th player in CC history to record 225 tackles.
Andrew Freeman's 16 tackles last week were a career high and the most
in a single game since Blake Gardner recorded 22 tackles against Mayfield
Brian Berry has become the 15th player in CC history to record 200 tackles.
MOST TOTAL TACKLES BY A CRITTENDEN COUNTY SOPHOMORE
102 - Wompie Stewart - 1983
79 - Grant Gardner - 2010
75 - Brian Berry - 2008
74 - Joey Rich - 1997
73 - Gaige Courtney - 2006
72 - Andrew Freeman - 2007
* Minimum 70 Tackles
BETHLEHEM HIGH SCHOOL ACADEMIC BACKGROUND
Located in Bardstown, Kentucky (Nelson County).
School uniforms are required.
Tuition for this school year was $5,775 per student.
BHS states that its mission is to provide, "...a Christ-centered,
college preparatory, high school that challenges students
to develop spiritually, academically, socially, and morally."
Bethlehem High School was founded on September 8, 1819, by
the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth.
96% of its 2008 graduates attended college or technical school.
Nine men's and eleven women's sports teams are available.
BHS school colors are royal blue and gold.
The school mascots are the Eagle for the men’s teams and the
Banshee for the women’s teams.
*Information adapted from http://www.bethlehemhigh.org/