Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Playoff At a Glance: Rockets v Bethlehem

Bethlehem 2016 (6-4, 3-0)Nicholas County (1A, 9-1) – Home – 0-14 – LOSS ^
Thomas Nelson (3A, 4-6) – Away – 14-13 – WIN
Berea (1A, 0-10) – Home – 47-0 – WIN
Kentucky Country Day (1A, 8-2) – Away – 28-48 – LOSS
Bellevue (1A, 3-8)  – Away – 17-10 – WIN
Holy Cross (Covington) (2A, 8-3) – Home – 0-26 – LOSS
*Caverna (1A, 0-11) – Away – 75-36 – WIN
*Campbellsville (1A, 4-7) – Home – 22-8 – WIN**
*Fort Knox (1A, 2-9) – Away – 42-8 – WIN***
Paris (1A, 5-6) – Home – 20-27 – LOSS
- Had a “bye” in the first round of the playoffs.
* District Opponent
** Campbellsville game was tied 8-8 into the fourth when Bethlehem ended up scoring two touchdowns to take the led 22-8, one a short fumble recovery returned for a touchdown.  Tensions ran high during the game with a stoppage of play late in the game and law enforcement had to be involved.  Consideration was given to calling the game with 2:50 in the 4th quarter after another incident.  There were multiple ejections in the game and both teams had 10 penalties each.  Each team had touchdowns taken off the board in the second half due to offensive penalties.
*** Bethlehem lead Fort Knox 35-0 at the half and never had much a challenge after making some early defensive changes with their defensive line. 
^ Seven of Nicholas County’s nine wins have come against teams that have won four or more ball games this year.

Crittenden vs Bethlehem Series (0-2) 
Season - Result - Score - Location
2010 – LOSS – 14-28 – Home
2015 – LOSS –  21-48 – Away

INJURY REPORT
Bethlehem's leading running back and one of its best defenders, Hunter Downs #33, suffered a season-ending injury two weeks ago. His absence will be sorely missed by the team.

Bethlehem High School
- Bethlehem was founded on September 8, 1819.  It graduated its first high school class in 1913 which was all girls.  In 1970, boys began attending Bethlehem.
- It is the only Roman Catholic high school in the Louisville Archdiocese outside of Jefferson County.
- School colors are Royal Blue and Gold.
- Tuition cost is $7,350 plus other fees.
- Mascot is the eagle for boys’ teams and the Banshee for women’s teams.
- More than 83% of students enrolled at Bethlehem participate in sports.
- The school offers 10 sports for males and 11 for females.
- Students attend from eight counties including Nelson, Bullitt, Hardin, Marion, and Washington.  The school serves 35 parishes.
- There are 35 players on their roster.

Bethlehem High School Notable Alumni
- Boyzzz Khumalo – Lindsey Wilson (NAIA All-American), Coastal Carolina (All Mid-South Conference Team) – Major League Soccer (Chicago Fire and DC United)
Bethlehem 2016 Statistical Leaders (Through Week 9)
RUSHING #33 – Hunter Downs – 89 attempts, 51 yards – 10 TDs
#7 – Matthew Hagan – 47 attempts, 203 yards – 2 TDs
#3 – Jackson Gasser – 30 attempts, 203 yards – 3 TDs
#10 – Jameson Hinkebein – 25 attempts, 198 yards – 3 TDs
PASSING
#7 Matthew Hagan – 83/126, 1,122 yards = 11 TDs, 3 INTs
RECEIVING
#10 – Jameson Hinkebein – 24 receptions, 337 yards – 3 TDs
#18 – Sam Talbert – 24 receptions, 293 yards – 2 TDs
#3 – Jackson Gasser – 13 receptions, 217 yards – 2 TDs
#24 – Tyler Ohler – 16 receptions, 140 yards – 1 TD
#33 – Hunter Downs – 16 receptions, 117 yards – 1 TD
TACKLES
Bethlehem does not report tackling statistics.

Playoffs - Round 1 – Review
-CC scored 20 points in the 2nd quarter and 21 points in the 3rd quarter versus Fort Knox.  Since 1994, CC has not scored more than 14 points in each of those quarters in the same game until last week.
-The points 21 points scored in the 3rd quarter ties the school record for most points scored in a 3rd quarter.  The only other time a team accomplished that feat was in 2006 versus Russellville.

-Ethan Hunt had three receiving TDs last week which tied the record for a single game.  Six others had previously had 3 receiving TDs in a game.
-Hunter Boone had five TD passes last week tying the school record of Nick Castiller set in 2015 against Fulton County.
-Last week, CC was outgained in total yards, 324-335.  The last time CC won a game in which the opponent had more total yards was in 2010 versus Ballard Memorial.  CC was outgained 195 to 389 in the 34-18 win.
- Counting last week’s game, CC has won 13 games in which it has been outgained in total yards by its opponent in the past 23 seasons.
- Ethan Hunt’s three fumble recoveries are tied for the second most ever in a single game.

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 – 24 – Hunt is now the school record holder.
– Receptions in a Career – 74 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are Chad Perryman with 85 and T.K. Guess with 95.
*– Receptions in a Season – 44 – Currently in 2nd place – Next up is T.K. Guess with 45.
– Receiving Yards in a Career – 1,066 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are Chad Perryman with 1,655 and T.K. Guess with 1,774.
*– Receiving Yards in a Season – 649 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are T.K. Guess (2005) with 753 and T.K. Guess (2004) with 900.
*- Receiving TDs in a Career – 10 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are Chad Perryman (1990-1993) with 15 and T.K. Guess (2002-2005) with 17.
*- Receiving TDs in a Season – 9 – Currently in 2nd place – Next up is T.K. Guess with 12.
*- Receiving Yards in a Season by a Senior– 649 – Currently in 2nd place – Next up is 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 – 44 – Hunt is now the school record holder.
*- Receiving TDs in as Season by a Senior – 9 – Hunt is now the school record holder.
*- Tackles in a Career – 170 – Currently 30th – Next up are Brian Penn with 178, Dustin Lanham with 179, and David Hunt with 180.

Will Perkins
*– Extra Points Made in a Career – 69 – Currently in 3rd place – Next up are J.R. Adams with 73 and George Congenie with 90.
*- Extra Points Made in a Season – 30 – Currently in 6th place – Next up are George Congenie (2005) with 33 and J.R. Adams with 36.
– Extra Points Attempted in a Career – 75 – 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 – 31 – Currently in 8th place – Next up are Aaron Summers (1987) with 32 and Micah Hollamon (2010) with 39.
– Made Extra Point Percentage for a Career – 92.00% – Current Record Holder (69/75) – 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 – 96.77% - Current Record Holder (30/31) – Buddy McDaniel was prior season record holder with 89.29% (25/28).  Statistic will not be official until the end of the season.
*- Consecutive Extra Points Made – 17 - Current streak is 2nd longest in school history.  Perkins also holds the school record with 33 consecutive extra points made.

Dylan Smith
*– Tackles in a Career – 245 – Currently 8th – Next up are David Beverly with 247, and Von Summers with 256.
*- Tackles in a Season – 105 – Currently 21st – With 11 more tackles, Smith will be alone in 11th place.

Gavin Dickerson
*– Tackles in a Career – 222 – Currently tied for 16th with Brad Hart  – Next up are Andrew Freeman with 230 and Bobby Knox, Josh Cozart, and Josh Andrews with 234.
* - Tackles in a Season – 135 – Currently tied for 3rd with Gaige Courtney, Josh Andrews, and Billy Mills – Next up are Billy Mills with 139 and Wompie Stewart with 154
 - Tackles by a Sophomore – 126 – 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 – 208 – Currently in 21st – Next up are Travis Fitzgerald with 215, Travis McKinney with 215, and Brian Berry with 218.
- 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 – 17 – Currently 13th – Next up are Lucas Mick, Dustin Lanham, and Travis Fitzgerald with 18.
- 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 – 1,608 – Currently 7th – Next up are Turner Martin (1978-1981) with 1,694, Sean Thompson (2000-2004) with 1,757 and J.D. Gray (2006-2009) with 2,172.
*- Passing Yards in a Season – 1,557 – Currently 3rd – 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 – 139 – Currently 6th – Next up are Travis Gilbert with 140 and J.D. Gray with 174.
*- Passing Completions in a Season – 135 – Currently 2nd – Next up is Nick Castiller (2015) with 155.
*- Passing Attempts in a Career – 281 – Currently tied for 6th with Sean Thompson – Next up are Turner Martin with 302 and J.D. Gray with 320.
- Passing Attempts in a Season – 266 – Currently 2nd – Next up is the season leader Nick Castiller (2015) with 284.
*- TD Passes in a Career – 16 – Currently 6th – Next up are Mike Sutton with 17 and Jamie Curtis with 19.
*- TD Passes in a Season – 15 – Currently 4th – Next up are Nick Castiller (2015) & Austin Berry (2005) with 17 and Austin Berry (2004) with 29.
*- Interceptions Thrown in a Career – 18 – Currently tied for 6th with Austin Berry – Next up are Doug Campbell with 20 with Al Simmons with 21.
- Interceptions Thrown in a Single Season – 17 – 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. 
*- Receptions in a Career – 36 – Currently 17th – Next up are Tyler Coleman with 37 and Grant Gardner with 38.
*- Receptions in a Season – 24 – Tied for 16th with Dylan Clark (2009) and Gaige Courtney (2008) – Next up are Kyle Myers (1997) & Denis Hodge (1983) with 25 and Kayle Malcom (1984) with 26.
*- Tackles in a Career – 182 – Currently 26th – Next up are Terry Werne with 186, J.D. Gray with 187, and Dyllan Thornton with 197.

Hunter Jones
– Passing Yards in a Season By a Freshman – 138 – Current record holder.  Broke old record of 98 yards by Brian Berry (2007).

Branen Lamey
*– Receptions in a Season – 22 – Tied for 21st with Ethan Hunt (2015) & Jerry Jessup (1987) – Next up are Tanner Nix (2010) and Brian Penn (1997) with 23.

Devon Nesbitt
*– Receptions in a Season – 18 – Tied for 31st place with Brad Hart (2004) & Aaron Summers (1987) – With 3 receptions, Nesbitt will move into a tie 24th place.


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