Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Russellville at a Glance

By Andy Hunt

Russellville 8-0 (2-0) vs. Crittenden 4-5 (2-0)

Rockets vs. Russellville Series
Season - Result - Score - Location

1957 – Loss – 6-59 – Away
1958 – Loss – 7-32 – Home
1959 – Win – 19-7 – Away
1960 – Loss – 13-25 – Home
1961 – Loss – 0-39 – Away
1962 – Win – 24-14 – Home
1963 – Win – 27-19 – Home
1964 – Loss – 6-26 – Home
1965 – Loss – 6-25 – Away
1966 – Loss – 0-38 – Home
1967 – Loss – 0-15 – Away
1968 – Loss – 0-45 – Home
1969 – Loss – 8-52 – Away
1970 – Loss – 0-32 – Home
1971 – Loss – 8-20 – Away
1972 – Loss – 12-14 – Home
1973 – Loss – 6-32 – Away
1974 – Loss – 7-26 – Home
1975 – Win – 36-10 – Away
1976 – Loss – 7-22 – Home
1977 – Loss – 0-52 – Away
1978 – Loss – 14-43 – Home
1979 – Loss – 0-34 – Away
1980 – Loss – 20-51 – Home
1983 – Loss – 14-42 – Away
1984 – Loss – 0-13 – Home
1985 – Win – 18-13 – Away
1986 – Win – 10-8 – Home
1991 – Loss – 14-35 – Away
1992 – Loss – 3-35 – Home
1993 – Loss – 3-49 – Away
1994 – Loss – 0-54 – Home
1995 – Loss – 0-35 -  Away
1996 – Win – 14-6 – Home
1997 – Loss – 14-34 – Away
1998 – Win – 27-12 – Home
1999 – Win – 27-12 – Away
2000 – Win – 27-26 – Home
2001 – Win – 22-21 – Away – Overtime
2002 – Win – 19-3 – Home
2003 – Loss – 21-28 – Away
2004 – Win – 27-20 – Home
2005 – Win – 59-6 – Away
2006 – Win – 35-21 – Home
2006 – Loss – 28-34 – Home – Playoffs Round 1
2015 – Loss – 21-46 – Home

  • Crittenden trails in the series 15-31 (32.6% winning percentage)
  • Crittenden has won 8 of the last 11.
  • Biggest win in the series for Crittenden, 59-6 in 2005
  • Biggest loss in the series for Crittenden, 0-54 in 1994
  • Coach Starnes is 9-9 against Russellville.
  •  Crittenden has scored at least 19 points in each of the last 11 games played.


Most Games Played Against A Single Opponent
Opponent - Number of Contests
Caldwell County – 49
Russellville – 46
Fulton City – 44
Webster County – 43
Trigg County – 38
Ballard Memorial – 38

Crittenden County Single Game School Records Versus Russellville
(Some Statistical Categories Unavailable)
Passing Yards: 250, Nick Castiller, 2015
Passing Completions: 17, Nick Castiller, 2015
Passing Attempts: 38, Nick Castiller, 2015
Passing Touchdowns: 3, Austin Berry, 2004
Interceptions Thrown: 6, Jamie Curtis, 1992 (School Record)
Rushing Yards: 271, Jeramie Sorina, 2006
Rushing Touchdowns: 4, Jeramie Sorina, 2006
Rushing Attempts: 41, Jeramie Sorina, 2006 (School Record)
Receiving Yards: 149, Tyler Coleman, 2015                  
Receptions: 9, Tyler Coleman, 2015
Receiving Touchdowns: N/A, minimum 3
Tackles: 20, David Belt, 1983
Tackles for Loss: 3, Lance Lynn, 2001
Interceptions: 3, Mark Hamby, 1975 (Tied for School Record)
Sacks: 4, Mike Wheeler, 1979 (School Record)
Caused Fumbles: 3, Nathan Heady, 2001 (Tied for School Record)
Fumble Recoveries: N/A, minimum 2
Longest TD Pass: 61 Yards, J.D. Gray from Taylon Polk, 2006
Longest TD Run: 79, Dennis Mott, 1964
Longest Interception Return for a TD: N/A, minimum 45 Yards
Longest Fumble Return for a TD: 12 Yards, T.K. Guess, 2005
Longest Punt Return for a TD: 62 Yards, T.K. Guess, 2005
Longest Kickoff Return for a TD: 90, Shannon Epley, 2001
Longest Field Goal: 40 Yards, Jeremy Lander, 1993
Most Points Scored: 24, Jeramie Sorina, 2006

Week 9 Review
Records Broken or Tied Last Week
- Total points in a single game by CC, 70 – Prior record was 65 (1986, Fulton City)
- Points scored in a half, 56 – Prior record was 54 (2010, Fulton County)
- Points scored in a 2nd Quarter, 35 – Prior record was 29, twice (2010, Fulton County; 2011, Hopkins County)
- Total points scored by both teams in a single game, 102 – Prior record was 101 (2004, Union County, 49-52)
- Most Extra Points Made in a single game, Will Perkins, 10 – Prior record was 7 held by five players
- Most Extra Points Attempted in a single game, Will Perkins, 10 – Prior record holder was Micah Hollamon, 9
- TIED: Rushing Touchdowns scored by CC, 8 – Other occurrence was in 1996 versus Reidland
- TIED: Consecutive games with at least one reception, Ethan Hunt, 22 – Other record holder is T.K. Guess (2004-2005)
- Fulton County scored 32 points in the second half last week.  Since 1994, only two times has a Rocket opponent scored more than 32 points in the second half.  Those two occurrences were 2004 versus Union County (44 points) and 1998 versus Mayfield (33 points).
- As mentioned above, the Rockets set the record for 2nd quarter scoring last week against Fulton County with 35 points.  The record for 1st quarter scoring was also set against Fulton County in 2010 when the Rockets put 40 on the scoreboard in the first period.
- It is believed, but not confirmed, to be a record that seven different Rockets scored at least one TD last week.
- The Rockets had 7 first downs last week versus Fulton County.  Seven first downs are the most CC has had against Fulton County since 2008 (11 first downs).


Crittenden County Single Game School Records Versus Fulton County
(Some Statistical Categories Unavailable)
Sacks: N/A, minimum 2 (3, Adam Beavers, 2016)
Longest TD Run: 54 Yards, David Hunt, 2001 (58 Yards, Devon Nesbitt, 2016)


Rocket Record Watch
* Asterisks below denote a player moved up in place on record holder list since prior week.
Ethan Hunt
*– Consecutive Games with a Reception – 22 – Hunt has now tied the all-time leader which is T.K. Guess with 22.
– Receptions in a Career – 66 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are Chad Perryman with 85 and T.K. Guess with 95.
*– Receptions in a Season – 36 – Currently tied for 5th place with Noah Dickerson – Next up are Tyler Coleman with 37, T.K. Guess with 39, Jared Champion with 40, and T.K. Guess with 45.
– Receiving Yards in a Career – 972 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are Chad Perryman with 1,655 and T.K. Guess with 1,774.
– Receiving Yards in a Season – 555 – Currently in 6th place – Next up are Shawnte Moss (2004) with 561, Jared Champion (1996) with 594, and Chad Perryman (1991) with 624.
*- Receiving TDs in a Career – 7 – Currently tied for 12th with four other – Next up are Dylan Hollis (2012-2015), Gaige Courtney (2005-2008), Dustin Hernandez (2008-2011), and Blake Gardner (2002-2005) with 8.
*- Receiving TDs in a Season – 6 – Currently tied for 5th with eight others – Next up are Shawnte Moss (2004) and Jared Champion (1996) with 7, Jamie Champion (1963) with 8, and T.K. Guess (2004) with 12. 
*- Receiving Yards by a Senior – 555 – Next up are Shawnte Moss (2004) with 561, Jared Champion (1996) with 594, and T.K. Guess (2005) with 753.
*- Interceptions in a Career – 6 – Currently not ranked – Next up are Matt Mattingly (1998-2001), Jared Champion (1996), and Mike Taylor (1971-1974) with 7.
*- Receptions in a Season by a Senior – 36 – Current record holder, Jared Champion (1996), had 40 receptions during his senior season.
Will Perkins
– Extra Points Made in a Career – 63 – Currently in 4th place – Next up are Micah Hollamon (2010-2013) with 68 and J.R. Adams with 73.
*- Extra Points Made in a Season – 24 – Currently in 8th place – Next up are Buddy McDaniel (1985) with 25, Micah Hollamon (2010) with 29, and George Congenie (2005) with 33.
*– Extra Points Attempted in a Career – 69 – Currently in 4th place – Next up are Micah Hollamon with 84, J.R. Adams with 96, and George Congenie with 113.
*- Extra Points Attempted in a Season – 25 – Currently tied for 13th with George Congenie (2003) and Lee Conrad (1997). With 6 more attempted PATs, Perkins will be in 8th place.
– Made Extra Point Percentage for a Career – 91.30% – Current Record Holder – Micah Hollamon was all-time leader at 81.0%.  Statistic will not be official until the end of the season.
*- Made Extra Point Percentage for a Season – 96.00% - Current Record Holder – Buddy McDaniel was prior season record holder with 89.29% (25/28).  For this statistic, the player must have at least 25 attempts and Perkins did not have his 25th attempt of the season until last week’s game.  Statistic will not be official until the end of the season.
*- Extra Points Made in a Game – 10 – New School Record Holder – Prior record was 7 and held by five different players.  Perkins accomplishment qualifies for the KHSAA record book.  He is the 15th player to kick 10 extra points in a single game.  Nine players have kicked 11 in a game and only one has kicked 12 in a single game.
*- Extra Points Attempted in a Game – 10 – New School Record Holder – Prior record was 9 by Micah Hollamon in 2010 versus Fulton County. 
Dylan Smith
*– Tackles in a Career – 238 – Currently in 9th place – Next up are Tanner Tabor with 239, David Beverly with 247, and Von Summers with 256.
Gavin Dickerson
*– Tackles in a Career – 207 – Currently in 20th  – Next up are Travis Fitzgerald with 208, Travis McKinney with 215, and Brian Berry with 218.
* - Tackles in a Season – 120 – Currently in 9th – Next up are David Beverly (1996) with 127, Barkley Hughes (1989) with 128, and Dylan Smith (2015) with 130.
 - Tackles by a Sophomore – 120 – Dickerson broke the 33-year old record of Wompie Stewart who recorded 102 tackles during the 1983 season.
*- Caused Fumbles in a Career – 5 – Currently tied for 9th with five others – Next up are Aaron Berry, Gaige Courtney, and Brian Penn with 6.
Adam Beavers
– Tackles in a Career – 196 – Currently in 23rd – Next up are Dyllan Thornton with 197, Brenden Phillips with 201, Gavin Dickerson with 207, and Travis Fitzgerald with 215.
*- Sacks in a Career – 10 – Currently tied for 2nd with four others – The all-time leader is Zack Beverly with 15.
*- Sacks in a Season – 6 – Currently tied for 6th with Zack Beverly (2001) and Darren Holliman (1985) – Next up are Matt Jent (1998) with 7 and Greg Brantley (1975) with 8.
*- Tackles for Loss in a Career – 16 – Currently tied for 13th with Josh James and Dyllan Thornton – Next up are Lucas Mick, Dustin Lanham, and Travis Fitzgerald with 16.
*- Sacks in a Season by a Junior – 6 – Currently in 2nd - Record holder is Matt Jent (1998) with 7.
Hunter Boone
- Passing Yards in a Career – 1,317 – Currently 9th – Next up are Zach Brantley (1998-2001)with 1,432 and Doug Campbell (1995-1998) with 1,515.
- Passing Yards in a Season – 1,266 – Currently in 4th– Next up are Austin  Berry (2005) with 1,486, Austin Berry (2004) with 2,017, and Nick Castiller (2015) with 2,021.
*- Passing Completions in a Career – 111 – Currently 7th – Next up are Turner Martin with 120, and Travis Gilbert with 140.
- Passing Completions in a Season – 107 – Currently 3rd – Next up are Austin Berry (2004) with 122, and Nick Castiller (2015) with 155.
- Passing Attempts in a Career – 238 – Currently 9th – Next up are Zach Brantley with 249, Travis Gilbert with 279, and Sean Thompson with 281.
- Passing Attempts in a Season – 223 – Currently 2nd – Next up is the season leader Nick Castiller (2015) with 284.
*- TD Passes in a Career – 11 – Tied for 9th with Brian Berry (2007-2010) and Taylon Polk (2003-2006) – Next up are Turner Martin (1978-1981) with 14, and Sean Thompson (2000-2003) and David Cozart (1985-1988) with 15.
*- TD Passes in a Season – 10 – Tied for 7th with J.D. Gray (2008) – Next up are Brian Berry (2010) with 11, Taylon Polk (2006) with 11, and Mike Sutton (1972) with 12.
- Interceptions Thrown in a Career – 16 – Currently in 9th – Next up are Nick Castiller and Brian Shemwell with 17, and Austin Berry with 18.
- Interceptions Thrown in a Single Season – 15 – Currently in 3rd – Next up are David Cozart (1987) with 18 and Jamie Curtis (1991) with 22.
*- Hunter Boone is now the current record holder for Pass Completions, Passing Attempts, Passing Yards, Touchdown Passes, and Interceptions Thrown by a Sophomore.
Maeson Myers
*– Points in a Career – 102 – Currently tied for 21st with Lane Wallace (2011-2014) – Next up are Demetric Moss (2000-2003) with 108, Donny  Beverly (1989-1992) with 110, and Gaige Courtney (2005-2008) with 112.
- Kickoff Returns for TDs in a Career – 2 - Tied for 3rd with six others – Next up are Shawnte Moss with 3 and Gary Winters with 4.
*- Touchdowns Scored in a Career – 17 – Tied for 20th with Lane Wallace – Next up are Demetric Moss and Chad Perryman with 18 & Nick Castiller, Sean Thompson, and Donny Beverly with 19. 



2016 Playoff Outlook
District 1, #1 Seed vs. District 2, #4 Seed – Russellville/Crittenden Co. vs. Caverna
District 1, #2 Seed vs. District 2, #3 Seed – Russellville/Crittenden Co. vs. Fort Knox
District 1, #3 Seed at District 2, #2 Seed – Fulton City at Campbellsville
District 1, #4 Seed at District 2, #1 Seed – Fulton County at Bethlehem

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