Friday, August 19, 2016

At a Glance: Todd Central Game

Rocket QB Hunter Boone figured prominently into the
Paducah Sun's Pigskin Preview published today.

BY ANDY HUNT

TODD COUNTY CENTRAL SEASON RECORDS
2015: 3-8
2014: 2-8
2013: 0-10

Todd County Central since 2001

  • TCC has only won 18.91% of its games.  They are 35-150 over that time period.
  • TCC has had four season they did not win a game.
  • TCC has had three losing streaks of substantial length (19, 22, and 23 games).  
  • TCC has scored more than 35 points seven times, going 8-1 in those games.  Over the same time period, the Rockets have accomplished the feat 46 times, losing once (2004, Union County, 49-52).


ROCKETS v TODD COUNTY CENTRAL SERIES
1970 - Loss - 0-10 – Away
1971 - Win - 8-0 – Home
1991 - Win - 42-28 - Home
1992 - Loss - 7-14 - Away
1993 - Win - 7-0 - Home
1994 - Loss - 0-33 - Away
1995 - Loss - 6-34 - Home
1996 - Win - 13-7 - Away
1996 - Loss - 26-32 - Home - Playoffs
1997 - Win - 64-7 - Home
1998 - Win - 28-13 - Away
1999 - Win - 7-6 - Home
2000 - Win - 29-20 – Away
2015 - Win - 35-14 – Home


  • CC leads the series 9-5 (64.29% win pct.).
  • Biggest win in the series for CC, 64-7 in 1997.  Tied for CC largest margin of victory in a single game.
  • Biggest loss in the series for CC, 0-33 in 1994.
  • SEASON OPENERS
  • 27-32 All-Time
  • CC has won the past eight season openers.

PLAYERS TO WATCH
Ethan Hunt
– Consecutive Games with a Reception – 13 – All-time leader is T.K. Guess with 22
– Receptions in a Career – 30 – Currently in 20th place – Next up are Brian Penn with 31 and Blake Gardner with 32.

Will Perkins
– Extra Points Made in a Career – 39 – Currently tied for 4th place – Next up are Micah Hollamon (2010-2013) with 68 and J.R. Adams with 73.
– Extra Points Attempted in a Career – 44 – Currently in 6th place – Next up are Brad Madden  and Aaron Summers with 60.
– Most Consecutive Extra Points – 22 – Currently the all-time leader – Streak is active and to qualify for KHSAA record book you must have 30 consecutive PATs.  The state record is 87 in a row.




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