Thursday, November 5, 2015

PLAYOFF GAME: At a Glance

Caverna 2015 Season Recap (2-8, 1-2)
Edmonson County – Away – 0-47 – Loss
Adair County  - Home – 6-54 – Loss
*Trigg County – Away – 18-48 – Loss
**Hart County – Home – 0-44 – Loss
^Clinton County – Home – 40-26 – Win
Somerset – Away – 24-44 – Loss
Bethlehem – Away – 6-41 – Loss^^
Fort Knox – Away – 50-12 – Win^^
Campbellsville – Home – 6-61 – Loss^^
Metcalfe County – Home – 22-42 - Loss
* Trigg County Common Opponents with Crittenden: Lost to Russellville, 19-48; Beat Todd Central, 34-28; Lost to Caldwell County, 7-43; and Lost to Union County, 27-62.

**Hart County Common Opponents with Crittenden: Beat Ballard Memorial, 18-0; Beat Todd Central, 28-7; and Lost to Union County, 29-42.
^Clinton County Common Opponent with Crittenden: Beat Webster County, 34-27.

^^District Opponents, 1A, District 2

- This senior class for Caverna is 9-34 overall (21% winning percentage) and they are 5-19 on the road for a winning percentage of 21%.
- Caverna Head Coach, Kenny Davidson, is in his 1st season and has a record of 2-8.  Caverna is 1-4 on the road this season.

Caverna Stat Leaders (through 8 games)
Rushing
Anthony Eakles (#22, Jr.) – 70 attempts, 474 yards, 3 TDs
Devon Paul (#2, Jr.) – 86 attempts, 380 yards, 8 TDs
Devon Perry (#4, Sr.) – 14 attempts, 141 yards, 1 TD
Dytanius Franklin (#3, Sr. ) – 20 attempts, 120 yards, 3 TDs

*Passing
Devon Paul (#2, Jr.) – 21/44, 354 Yards, 1 TD, 2 INT

*Receiving
Devon  Perry (#4, Sr.) – 30 receptions, 449 yards, 3 TDs
Anthony  Eakles (#22, Jr.) – 6 receptions, 127 yards, 0 TDs

Defense
Austin Vibbert (#33, Jr.) – 96 Tackles
Trevor Nichols (#66, Jr.) – 60 Tackles, 1 Fumble Recovery
Dytanius Franklin (#3, Sr.) – 58 Tackles
Jesse Johnson (#62, Sr.) – 55 Tackles

* Team receiving yards (728) and receptions (44) total more than team passing yards (354) and completions (21).  Listed as reported to the KHSAA.
Caverna Series
Season - Result - Score - Location
1985 – WIN – 28-0 – Home
2003 – WIN – 47-6 – Home
2004 – WIN – 21-19 – Away
2005 – WIN – 48-14 – Home
2006 –  WIN – 49-30 – Away
CC leads the series 5-0.

Biggest win in the series for CC, 47-6 in 2003

Coach Starnes is 4-0 against Caverna

CC has never lost a game to Ballard in which they scored at least 23 points.

Caverna High School
- Founded in 1950.
- One of two schools in the state of Kentucky known to operate across county lines.
- School colors are white and purple.
- Per the 2013-2014 enrollment records, Caverna had 115 male students.  CC had 186.

Notable Alumni:
-Clarence Glover, Basketball player for Boston Celtics (1971-1973).
-Denny Doyle, Baseball player for Philadelphia Phillies (1970–1973), California Angels (1974–1975) and Boston Red Sox (1975–1977).
-Brian Doyle, Baseball player for New York Yankees (1978-1981).
-Boris Siakam, Basketball player for Western Kentucky University and Hidd (Bahrain-Asia Team) (2011–present).
-Derek Self, Baseball player Washington Potomac Nationals (2012–present).

Record Watch
* The player’s position on an all-time or season list has changed.

Travis McKinney
*– Tackles in a Career – 196 – Currently in 19th – Next up are Dyllan Thornton (2006-2009) with 197, Brenden Phillips (2010-2013) with 201, and Brian Berry (2007-2010) with 218.
– Tackles for Loss in a Career – 19 TFLs – Currently Tied for 8th with Jordan Roberts (2000-2003) – Next up are Matt Jent (21), Brian Penn (22), and Gaige Courtney (25).
– Caused Fumbles in a Career – 8 Caused Fumbles – Currently Tied for 2nd with Nathan Heady (2001) and Matt Jent (1996-1999) – The career leader is Blake Gardner (2002-2005) with 9.
– Fumble Recoveries in a Career – 5 Recoveries – Currently Tied for 13th with six others – The career leader is Billy Mills with 8.
– Sacks in a Season –4 – Currently tied for 13th place with 12 others – Next up are five players tied with five sacks.
– Career Sacks – 10 – Currently tied for 2nd place – Next up is the all-time leader, Zac Beverly, with 15. 
Travis Fitzgerald
*– Tackles in a Career – 186 – Currently Tied for 21st with Terry Werne (2007-2010) – Next up are J.D. Gray with 187, Travis McKinney with 196, and Dyllan Thornton with 197.
*– Tackles for Loss in a Career – 18 TFLs – Currently tied for 10th with Dustin Lanham and Lucas Mick - Next up are Travis McKinney and Jordan Roberts with 19.
– Caused Fumbles in a Career – 6 Caused Fumbles – Currently Tied for 5th with three others – The career leader is Blake Gardner (2002-2005) with 9.
– Fumble Recoveries in a Season – 4 Recoveries – Currently Tied for 6th with six others – Next are 4 others with 5 and the season leader is Billy Mills (1982) with 6.
– Fumble Recoveries in a Career – 8 Recoveries – Currently tied for all-time leader in the category with Billy Mills.
– Sacks in a Season –4 – Currently tied for 13th place with 12 others – Next up are five players tied with five sacks.
*– Career Sacks – 5 – Currently tied for 13th place – Next up George Congenie and Darren Holliman with 6.

Nick Castiller
–Passing Yards in a Season – 1,685 – Currently in 2nd place – Next up is Austin Berry (2004) with 2,017.
–Passing Yards in a Career – 2,478 – Currently in 3rd place – Next is Jamie Curtis (1989-1992) with 2,813 and Austin Berry (2002-2005) with 3,744 yards.
– Passing Completions in a Season –120 – Currently in 2nd place – Next up is Austin Berry (2004) with 122.
– Passing Completions in a Career – 199 – Currently tied for 2nd place – Next up is the all-time leader, Austin Berry with 227.
*– Passing Attempts in a Season – 224 – Currently the single season leader
– Passing Attempts in a Career – 389 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are Austin Berry with 396, and the all-time leader, Jamie Curtis, with 426.
– Passing Touchdowns in a Season – 16 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are Austin Berry (2005) with 17 and Austin Berry (2004) with 29.
*– Passing Touchdowns in a Career – 20 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are J.D. Gray with 24 and the all-time leader, Austin Berry, with 47.
*- Rushing Touchdowns in a Season – 14 – Currently tied for 9th place with Andrew Freeman (2010), Brian Berry (2009) and J.D. Gray (2008) – Next up is J.D. Gray (2009) with 15.
*- Rushing Touchdowns in a Career – 18 – Currently tied for 13th place with Donny  Beverly (1989-1992) and Sean Thompson (2000-2003) – Next up is Brian Berry (2007-2010) with 19.
*- Rushing Attempts in a Season – 130 – Currently tied for 30th place with Dennis Mott (1963) and Jared Asbridge (2001) – Next up are Blake Gardner (2005) and Donnie Phillips (1985) with 132.
*- Rushing Attempts in a Career – 249 – Currently in 19th place – Next up is Andrew Freeman (2007-2010) with 263.
*- Touchdowns Scored in a Career – 18 – Tied with Demetric Moss (2000-2003) & Chad Perryman for 17th – Next up are Dylan Hollis (2012-Present), Sean Thompson (2000-2003) and Donny Beverly (1989-1992) with 19.
*- Points Scored in a Season – 84 – Currently tied for 17th place with Andrew Freeman (2010), Jeramie Sorina (2006), Ronnie Moss (1987) and Danny Hodges (1975) – Next up are Gaige Courtney and Brian Berry with 86.
*- Points Scored in a Career – 108 – Currently tied in 19th place with Demetric Moss (2000-2003) – Next up are Donny Beverly with 110 and Gaige Courtney with 112.

Dylan Hollis (Did Not Play Last Week)
– Receptions in a Season – 23 – Currently tied for 16th place – Next up are Dylan Clark (2009) and Gaige Courtney (2008) with 24.
– Receptions in a Career – 47 – Currently in 7th place – Next up are Bobby Knox with 48, Denis Hodge with 50, and Kayle Malcom with 51.
– Receiving Yards in a Season – 412 – Currently in 10th place – Next up are Bobby Knox (2012) with 441 and Kyle Myers (1997) with 479.
– Receiving Yards in a Career – 758 – Currently in 4th place – Next up are Denis Hodge (874), Chad Perryman (1,655), and T.K. Guess (1,774).
– Receiving Touchdowns in a Season – 6 – Currently tied for 5th place with seven others – Next up are Shawnte Moss and Jared Champion with 7, Jamie Champion with 8, and T.K. Guess (2005) with 12.
– Receiving Touchdowns in a Career – 8 – Currently tied for 8th place with two others – Next up are five players (Denis Hodge, Jerry Jessup, Rodney Robertson, Mike Tosh, and Jamie Champion) with nine, Chad Perryman with 15, and T.K. Guess with 17.
– Consecutive Games with a Reception – 11 – All-time leader is T.K. Guess with 22
- Touchdowns Scored in a Career – 19 – Tied with Sean Thompson and Donny Beverly for 14th – Next up are Brian Berry with 20 and Jeramie Sorina with 22
– Tackles in a Career – 161 – Currently Tied for 30th – Next up are Lucas Mick (1998-2001), Josh James (1999-2002), and Jacob Courtney (2003-2006) with 163 tackles.
- Points Scored in a Season – 70 – Currently in 27th place – Next up are Sean Thompson (2002) with 72 and Brad Madden (1998) with 73.
- Points Scored in a Career – 120 – Currently in 16th place – Next up are Brian Berry with 129 and Jeramie Sorina and Sean Thompson with 132.

Dylan Smith
*– Tackles in a Season – 108 – Currently Tied for 16th with Dyllan Thornton (2009) – Next up are Jeff Porter and Mike Tosh with 109 and Von Summers (1979) with 113.
Alex Cosby
– Consecutive Games with a Reception – 13 – All-time leader is T.K. Guess with 22
*– Receptions in a Season – 26 – Currently tied for 10th place with Kayle Malcom (1984) – Next up are Chad Perryman (1992) with 27 and Shawnte Moss (2004) with 28.
*– Receptions in a Career – 36 – Currently in 14th place – Next up are Grant Gardner (2009-2012) with 38 and Tanner Nix (2008-2010), Shawnte Moss (2001-2004), & Jared Champion (1996) with 40 each.
*– Receiving Yards in a Season – 360 – Currently tied for 13th place with Denis Hodge (1985) – Next up are Gaige Courtney (2008) with 362, Tyler Coleman (2015) with 409, and Dylan Hollis (2015) with 412.
Ethan Hunt
– Consecutive Games with a Reception – 11 – All-time leader is T.K. Guess with 22
*– Receptions in a Season – 19 – Currently tied for 24th place with two others – Next up are Shane Carter (1994), Kayle Malcom (1983), and Kenny  Bell (1981) with 20.
*– Receptions in a Career – 27 – Currently in 21st place – Next up are Curtis Franklin (1979-1982) with 29 and Tyler Coleman with 31.
*– Receiving Yards in a Season – 251 – Currently in 31st place – Next up are Kayle Malcom (1983) with 254 and Brad Hart (2003) & Seth Birdwell (2015) with 258.
*– Interceptions in a Season – 5 – Currently tied for 10th place – Next up are Kyle Myers (1997), Tanner Tabor (1998 and 1999) and T.K. Guess with 6.

Tyler Coleman
*– Receptions in a Season – 31 – Currently tied for 7th place – Next up are Bobby Knox (2012) with 32 and Chad Perryman (1991) with 34.
*– Receptions in a Career – 31 – Currently tied for 18th place with Brian Penn (1995-1998) – Next up are Blake Gardner with 32 and Shane Carter with 33.
*– Receiving Yards in a Season – 409 – Currently in 11th place – Next up are Dylan Hollis (2015) with 412 and Bobby Knox (2012) with 441.
Will Perkins
*– Extra Points Made in a Season – 30 – Currently in 5th place – Next up are George Congenie with 33 and J.R. Adams with 36.
*– Extra Points Made in a Career – 30 – Currently tied for 6th  place – Next up are Brad Madden (1996-1999) and Aaron Summers (1985-1988) with 38.
*– Extra Points Attempted in a Season – 35 – Currently in 6th place – Next up are Micah Hollamon (2010) with 39 and George Congenie (2005) with 42.
*– Extra Points Attempted in a Career – 35 – Currently tied for 6th place with Chad Perryman (1990-1993) – Next up are Brad Madden  and Aaron Summers with 60.
Seth Birdwell
* – Receiving Yards in a Season – 258 – Currently tied for 28th place – Next up are Brian Penn (1997) with 277 and Dylan Hollis (2014) with 286.
Other Records, Notes, and Last Week  Recap
- The 1,685 passing yards through the first ten games of the season for Nick Castiller are the most passing yards ever for a Rocket QB in the first ten games of a season.  Austin Berry passed for 1,611 in 2004
- Nick Castiller had his ninth, 100+ yard passing game of the season which is the second most ever in a single season.  The single season record holder for most 100 yard passing games in a season is Austin Berry with 10 (2004).
- In the last 15 years, only one player has had 100 or more tackles at the end of the regular season.  Gaige Courtney had 104 tackles to end the 2008 regular season.  This year, Dylan Smith has amassed 108 tackles during the regular season.

- Ballard Memorial scored more than 12 points in each quarter last week.  The CC opponent scoring more than 10 points in each quarter has occurred only three other times in the last 21 seasons (Massac County, 2007; Owensboro Catholic, 2012; Murray, 2014).
- CC is averaging 12.3 first downs per game this season.  12.3 is the highest average per game since 2005 when that team average 13.5.
- Since 1995, CC has averaged less rushing attempts than the 31.1 they are averaging this season only once. In 2010, CC averaged 29.5 rushing attempts per game.
- The highest single game rushing total for an individual this season is the 142 put up by Nick Castiller in the season opener.  142 yards is the lowest “season high” for a Rocket team since 2004 when that squad did not have anyone rush for more than 136 yards during the season.
- CC is averaging 13.3 points in the first quarter this season.  That average is the highest 1st quarter average since 1994. The second highest during that period is 12.7 for the 2010 squad.
- The 11.2 points the Rockets are averaging for 2nd quarter scoring is the third highest total in the last 21 seasons.  The highest is 13.8 during the 2005 season.
2016 Playoff Matchups
District 1 will host Region Championship if both teams have the seam seed.
- District 2 #4 Seed at District 1 #1 Seed –– Ft. Knox (3-7, 0-3) at Russellville (#7, AP) 8-2, 3-0)
- District 2 #3 Seed at District 1 #2 Seed –– Caverna (2-8, 1-2) at Crittenden Co. (6-4, 2-1)
- District 1 #4 Seed at District 2 #1 Seed –– Fulton County (0-10, 0-3) at Bethlehem (#10, AP) (7-3, 3-0)
- District 1 #3 Seed at District 2 #2 Seed –– Fulton City (2-8, 1-2) at Campbellsville (7-3, 2-1)
2015 Final AP Poll – Class A*
1. Paintsville [12] (10-0, 147)
2. Beechwood [1] (9-1, 128)
3. Paris [2] (10-0, 118)
4. Pikeville (8-2, 114)
5. Hazard (8-2, 75)
6. Bishop Brossart (9-1, 68)
7. Russellville (8-2, 61)
8. Harlan (8-2, 36)
9. Fairview (6-4, 34)
10. Bethlehem (7-3, 21)
Others receiving votes (points): Pineville 11, Raceland 8, Williamsburg 3.
* During 2015, Crittenden County was the only “county” school to receive a vote in the poll.  Others schools receiving votes in the 2015 AP polls along with the city and county populations of which the school is located are:
SCHOOLS
Crittenden County City: Marion, 3,039 County: Crittenden, 9,315
Beechwood City: Fort Mitchell, 8,207 County: Kenton, 159,720
Pikeville City: Pikeville, 6,907 County: Pike, 65,024
Russellville City: Russellville, 6,947 County: Logan, 26,835
Paintsville City: Paintsville, 3,459 County: Johnson, 23,356
Fairview City: Westwood, 4,746 County: Boyd, 49,542
Raceland City: Raceland, 2,355 County: Greenup, 36,910
Paris City: Paris, 8,553 County: Bourbon, 19,985
Campbellsville City: Campbellsville, 10,759 County: Taylor, 24,512
Hazard City: Hazard, 4,465 County: Perry, 28,712
Bellevue City: Bellevue, 5,955 County: Campbell, 90,988
Ludlow City: Ludlow, 4,407 County: Kenton, 159,720
Bishop Brossart City: Alexandria, 8,477 County: Campbell, 90,988
Eminence City: Eminence, 2,231 County: Henry, 15,416
Bethlehem City: Bardstown, 11,700 County: Nelson, 43,437
Frankfort City: Frankfort. 25,527 County: Franklin, 49,285
Williamsburg City: Williamsburg, 5.245 County: Whitley, 35,637
Harlan City: Harlan, 1,745 County: Harlan, 29,278
Louisville Holy Cross City: Louisville, 612,780 County: Jefferson, 756,832
Pineville City: Pineville, 1,732 County: Bell, 28.691
Lynn Camp City: Corbin, 7,272 County: Corbin is located in 3 counties with the smallest population of the 3 counties being 31,383 (Knox).




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