Wednesday, August 31, 2016

McLean Game: At a Glance

By Andy Hunt

2016 MCLEAN COUNTY (2A, 2-0 Overall, 0-0 District)Week 1 – Breckinridge County* – Away – 28-6 – WIN
Week 2 – Ohio County** – Home – 52-35 – WIN
Breckinridge County (4A) is 1-1 this season.  Their win came against Todd County Central (16-7).
**Ohio County (6A) is 0-2 this season. Their other loss came against Calloway County, 0-22.  CC scrimmaged Calloway County earlier this season.

ROCKETS vs MCLEAN COUNTY SERIES
1973 - Away - WIN - 16-0
1974 - Home - WIN - 20-6
1975 - Away - WIN - 28-0
1976 - Home - WIN - 7-6
1982 - Home - LOSS - 6-15
1983 - Away - WIN - 13-6
1984 - Home - WIN - 29-0
1985 - Away - WIN - 30-13
1987 - Away - LOSS - 21-32
1988 - Home - WIN - 41-6
1989 - Away - WIN - 19-14
1997 - Away - LOSS - 14-21
1998 - Home - WIN - 49-14
2001 - Home - WIN - 42-12
2002 - Away - WIN - 29-28
2003 - Home - WIN - 35-0
2004 - Away - WIN - 46-0
2005 - Home - WIN - 48-0
2006 - Away - WIN - 19-13
2009 - Away - WIN - 34-12
2010 - Home - WIN - 61-8
2015 - Away - WIN - 31-8
CC leads the series 19-3
CC has won the last 10 in a row
  • Since 2003, the fewest total yards CC has had against McLean are 302.
  • CC leads scoring in the series 638-214 an average of CC 29, MC 10.
  • CC has six shut outs in the series.  CC has never been shut out by McLean.
  • CC high point total against McLean is 61 (2010).  McLean’s high point total is 32 (1987).
  • The 86.4% (19-3) winning percentage CC holds against McLean is the best winning percentage against any opponent CC has played more than 8 times. 


Crittenden County Single Game School Records vs McLean County
(Some Statistical Categories Unavailable)
Passing Yards: 206, Doug Campbell, 1997
Passing Completions: 11, Nick Castiller, 2015
Passing Attempts: 20, Doug Campbell, 1997
Passing TDs: 4, Austin Berry, 2004
Receiving Yards: 174, Kyle Myers, 1997 (School Single Record Versus All Opponents)
Receptions: 7, Kyle Myers, 1997
Rushing Yards: 177, Denis Hodge, 1984
Tackles: 23, Wompie Stewart, 1983
Tackles for Loss: 4, Aaron Berry, 2009
Sacks: 2, Andrew Freeman, 2010
Fumble Recoveries: 2 (twice), Robert Kirby (1987) and Justin Baker (2003)
Extra Points Made: 6 (twice), Zack Beverly (2001) and George Congenie (2005)
Extra Points Attempted: 8, Micah Hollamon, 2010
Longest TD Pass: 90 Yards, Dylan Hollis from Nick Castiller, 2015
Longest TD Run: 89 Yards, Denis Hodge, 1984
Longest Interception Return for a TD: 49 Yards (twice), T.K. Guess, 2003 and 2004
Longest Fumble Return for a TD: 37 Yards, Daniel Price, 2010
Longest Punt Return for a TD: 74 Yards, T.K. Guess, 2004
Longest Kickoff Return for a TD: 86 Yards, Blake Gardner, 2005
Longest Field Goal: No successful attempts against McLean County.

2016 CC Review – Week 2
  • The 419 total passing yards by Hunter Boone this season are the most ever by a Rocket quarterback in weeks 1 and 2 combined.  The previous record holder was Nick Castiller (2015) with 335.
  • The 419 total passing yards by Hunter Boone in the last two games are the fourth most passing yards ever in consecutive games by the same player.  Austin Berry holds the record with 478 total passing yards in two consecutive games.
  • Ethan Hunt’s 228 yards receiving this season are the most receiving yards in school history through the first two games of the season.
  • Ethan Hunt’s 228 yards receiving in the last two games are the most receiving yards ever in consecutive games by the same player in the same season.  T.K. Guess had 270 total receiving yards in the last game of the 2004 season and the first game of the 2005 season.
  • Ethan Hunt’s 8 receptions last week are tied for the sixth most in a single game with Billy Mills, 1981 against Union County and Noah Dickerson, 2013 against Muhlenberg County.
  • Hunter Boone’s 40 passing attempts broke the school record for passing attempts in a single game.  The prior record holder was Nick Castiller who had 38 attempts twice last season.
  • The defensive TD by Hopkins is the 10th defensive TD scored against the Rockets by an opponent in the last 24 games. During the same time period, the Rocket defense has scored only twice.
  • Prior to last week’s game, the last defensive TD scored by Crittenden was in week 10 of 2014 versus Fulton City.  That TD was a 33-yard fumble return by Travis McKinney.
  • Jacob Russelburg’s 58-yard Fumble Return for a TD is the 3rd longest return for a TD in school history (80 yards, Pat Taylor, 1975 and 92 yards, Mike Hunt, 1975).
  • In the last 25 games, the Rocket defense has intercepted 22 passes.
  • Assuming Hunter Boone plays in 11 games this season, he is currently on pace to pass for 2,305 yards (school record - yards).  He would have a 46.3% completion percentage on 170/369 passing (school record – completions and attempts).   He would throw 11 TD passes and have 27 interceptions (ties school record - interceptions).
  • Assuming Ethan Hunt plays in 11 games this season, he is currently on pace to have 1,254 yards receiving, 11 receiving TDs, and 66 receptions (school record – yards and receptions).

* Asterisks below denotes a player moved up in place on record holder list since prior week.

Ethan Hunt
– Consecutive Games with a Reception – 15 – All-time leader is T.K. Guess with 22
*– Receptions in a Career – 42 – Currently in 11th place – Next up are Rodney Robertson & Gaige Courtney with 43, Alex Cosby with 44, and Bobby Knox with 48.
*– Receiving Yards in a Season – 228 – Currently not ranked – Only needs 30 yards to have a top-30 receiving yard season.
 *– Receiving Yards in a Career – 645 – Currently in 8th place – Next up are Bobby Knox with 654, Jerry Jessup with 687, Shawnte Moss with 697, and Dylan Hollis with 828.
Will Perkins
– Extra Points Made in a Career – 42 – 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 – 47 – Currently in 6th place – Next up are Brad Madden  and Aaron Summers with 60.
– Most Consecutive Extra Points – 25 – 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.
– Made Extra Point Percentage for a Career – 89.36% – Currently the all-time leader – Micah Hollamon was all-time leader at 81.0%.  Statistic will not be official until end of season.
Dylan Smith
*– Tackles in a Career – 171 – Currently 26th – Next up are Brian Penn (1995-1998) with 171, Dustin Lanham (2002-2005) with 179, and David Hunt (1998-2001) with 180.



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