Tuesday, September 13, 2016

At a Glance: Webster County Matchup

BY ANDY HUNT

2016 Webster County 2A (1-2, District 0-0)
Week 1 – Hopkins Country Central (3-1, 4A) – LOSS – 14-22
Week 2 – Union County (2-1, 3A) – LOSS – 6-47
Week 3 – Clinton County (2-2, 2A) – WIN – 39-32

Rockets vs. Webster County Series
Season - Location - Score - CC Result
1972 - AWAY - 6-7 - LOSS * Webster County's 1st Varsity Season
1973 - HOME - 0-14 – LOSS
1974 - AWAY - 6-6 – TIE
1975 - HOME - 20-0 – WIN
1976 - AWAY - 13-6 – WIN
1977 - HOME - 6-27 – LOSS
1978 - AWAY - 0-54 – LOSS
1979 - HOME - 12-33 – LOSS
1980 - AWAY - 0-14 – LOSS
1981 - HOME - 18-7 – WIN
1982 - AWAY - 0-14 – LOSS
1983 - HOME -12-7 – WIN
1984 - AWAY - 23-6 – WIN
1985 - HOME - 28-6 – WIN
1986 - AWAY - 13-0 – WIN
1987 - HOME - 48-36 – WIN
1988 - AWAY - 22-6 – WIN
1989 - HOME - 25-6 – WIN
1990 - AWAY - 0-20 – LOSS
1991 - HOME - 7-6 – WIN
1992 - AWAY - 21-20 (OT) – WIN
1993 - HOME - 7-35 – LOSS
1994 - AWAY - 12-40 – LOSS
1995 - HOME - 24-6 – WIN
1996 - AWAY - 22-7 – WIN
1997 - HOME - 18-7 – WIN
1998 - AWAY - 19-7 – WIN
1999 - HOME - 27-6 - WIN
2000 - AWAY - 13-48 – LOSS
2001 - HOME - 13-7 – WIN
2002 - AWAY - 7-14 – LOSS
2003 - HOME - 29-14 – WIN
2004 - AWAY - 34-7 – WIN
2005 - HOME - 47-6 – WIN
2006 - AWAY - 6-14 – LOSS
2007 - HOME - 33-21 – WIN
2008 - AWAY - 34-0 – WIN
2009 - HOME - 49-8 – WIN
2010 - AWAY - 53-0 – WIN
2013 - AWAY - 8-19 – WIN
2014 - HOME - 21-6 – WIN
2015 - AWAY - 48-12 – WIN

  • Crittenden leads the series 28 - 13 - 1 (67.9% winning percentage)
  • Since 1983, Crittenden holds a 26 - 6 (81.3% winning percentage) edge in the series
  • Biggest win in the series for Crittenden, 53-0 in 2010.
  • Biggest loss in the series for Crittenden, 0-54 in 1978
  • Coach Starnes is 17 - 5 against Webster County
  • Crittenden has won 9 of the last 10 games against Webster County.
  • Currently, Crittenden is on a 8-game home winning streak against Webster County.
  • In the history of Webster football program, they have played Crittenden every year except 2011 and 2012.
  • WC has not won more than 1 game in a season since 2010 when they won three.
  • WC is 1-18 in their last 19 road games.  The lone win came against Fulton County (0-11 in 2015) last year 34-19.


Most Games Played Against A Single Opponent
Opponent - Number of Contests
Caldwell County – 49
Russellville – 45
Fulton City – 43
Webster County – 42
Trigg County – 38

NOTES AND RECORDS
Webster County has 35 players on its roster.
Webster has scored the 10th fewest points in 2A this season.

Crittenden County Single Game School Records vs Webster County 
(Some Statistical Categories Unavailable)
Passing Yards: N/A, minimum 200
Passing Completions: 12, Nick Castiller, 2015
Passing Attempts: 25, Sean Thompson, 2002
Passing Touchdowns, 4, Austin Berry, 2004
Interceptions Thrown: 3 (three times), Jimmy Hughes (1975), David Cozart (1987), Doug Campbell
(1998)
Receiving Yards: N/A, minimum 125
Receptions: 6, Alex Cosby, 2015
Receiving Touchdowns: 3, Gaige Courtney, 2008
Rushing Yards: 201, David Hunt, 2001
Rushing Touchdowns: N/A, minimum 4
Rushing Attempts: 27, Lane Wallace, 2013
Tackles: 26, Barkley Hughes, 1989 (School single game record for tackles in a game)
Tackles for Loss: 3 (five times)
Interceptions: 3, T.K. Guess , 2004
Sacks: 2, Jeremy Woodside, 1995
Caused Fumbles: 2 (three times), Kevin Gilbert (1989), Josh Ipock (2007), and Nick Castiller (2014)
Fumble Recoveries: 2 (three times), Seldon Howerton (1973), Donnie Beavers (1973), and Greg Brantley (1975)
Longest TD Pass: 71 Yards, Dustin Hernandez from Bryce Willis, 2010
Longest TD Run: 89 Yards, Jerry Jessup, 1989
Longest Interception Return for a TD: 100 Yards, Jerry Jessup, 1989 (School record)
Longest Fumble Return for a TD: 92 Yards, Mike Hunt, 1975 (School record)
Longest Punt Return for a TD: 90 Yards, Tim Binkley, 1989 (School record)
Longest Kickoff Return for a TD: 82 Yards, Rodney Robertson, 2007
Longest Field Goal: 29 Yards, Alex Summers, 1984

2016 CC Review – Week 4
The 620 total passing yards by Hunter Boone this season are the second most ever by a Rocket quarterback in weeks 1 through 4 combined.  The record holder is Austin Berry with 704 in 2005.

Ethan Hunt’s 362 yards receiving this season are the second most receiving yards in school history through the first three games of the season.  T.K. Guess had 380 in 2005.

The last time the Rockets were shutout was the first round of the playoffs in 2014.

The last time the Rockets were shutout in back-to-back games was 2013.

SEASON ON THE BOOKS
* Asterisks below denote a player moved up in place on record holder list since prior week.

Ethan Hunt
– Consecutive Games with a Reception – 17 – All-time leader is T.K. Guess with 22
*– Receptions in a Career – 53 – Currently in 5th place – Next up are Dylan Hollis & Noah Dickerson with 54 and Chad Perryman with 85.
*– Receptions in a Season – 23 – Currently tied for 17th place – With six receptions, Hunt will takeover 10th place.
– Receiving Yards in a Career – 779 – Currently in 5th place – Next up are Dylan Hollis with 828 and Denis Hodge with 874.
*– Receiving Yards in a Season – 362 – Currently tied for 13th place – Next up are Bobby Knox with 441, Tyler Coleman with 445 and Alex Cosby with 459.

Will Perkins
– Extra Points Made in a Career – 43 – 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 – 48 – Currently in 6th place – Next up are Brad Madden and Aaron Summers with 60.
– Most Consecutive Extra Points – 26 – 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 – 89.58% – 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 – 185 – Currently 23rd – Next up are Terry Werne with 186, J.D. Gray with 187, and Dyllan Thornton with 197.

Hunter Boone
*- Passing Attempts in a Season – 125 – Currently 16th – With 37 more attempts, Boone will be in 4th place for a single season with 162.
*- Passing Completions in a Season – 54 – Currently 20th – With 15 more attempts, Boone will be in 8th place for a single season with 69.
*- Interceptions Thrown in a Single Season – 10 – Currently tied for 10th – With 5 more interceptions, Boone will be in 3rd place for a single season with 15.
2016 District Opponent Review – Week 4
- Russellville (4-0) – Their three opponents have a combined record of 4-12 this season.  The Panthers currently lead Class A in scoring with 186 points.
- Fulton City (1-3) – Lost to Gibson County (TN) 6-48 last week.
- Fulton County (0-3) – Fulton County was idle last week.


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