BY ANDY HUNT
2021 Union County 3A (4-1, District 0-0)
Week 1 – Madisonville North Hopkins (2-3, 4A) – WON – 28-0
Week 2 – Hopkins County Central (4-1, 4A) – WIN – 34-15
Week 3 – Owensboro Catholic (0-5, 2A) – WIN – 12-7
Week 4 – Murray (2-1, 2A) – WIN – 53-28
Week 5 – Caldwell County (3-2, 2A) – LOSS – 13-24
Season - Location - Score - CC Result
1964 - HOME - 6-30 – Loss
1965 - AWAY - 0-19 – Loss
1966 - HOME - 0-38 – Loss
1967 - AWAY - 0-28 – Loss
1968 - HOME - 0-40 – Loss
1969 - AWAY - 16-54 – Loss
1970 - HOME - 8-38 – Loss
1971 - AWAY - 0-8 – Loss
1972 - HOME - 6-41 – Loss
1973 - AWAY - 0-41 – Loss
1979 - AWAY - 0-42 – Loss
1980 - HOME - 0-42 – Loss
1981 - AWAY - 8-21 – Loss
1982 - HOME - 6-33 – Loss
1985 - HOME - 12-6 – Win
1986 - AWAY - 0-23 – Loss
2001 - AWAY - 13-22 – Loss
2002 - HOME - 41-12 – Win
2003 - AWAY - 6-12 – Loss
2004 - HOME - 49-52 – Loss
2005 - AWAY - 46-40 – Win
2006 - HOME - 7-54 – Loss
2007 - AWAY - 42-22 – Win
2008 - HOME - 25-16 – Win
2011 - AWAY - 16-41 – Loss
2012 - HOME - 35-6 – Win
2013 - AWAY - 6-43 – Loss
2014 - HOME - 12-42 – Loss
2015 - AWAY - 21-42 – Loss
2016 - HOME - 15-56 – Loss
2017 - AWAY - 6-33 – Loss
2018 - HOME - 38-3 – Win
2019 - AWAY - 0-14 – Loss
2020 - AWAY - 28-12 – Win
CC is behind in the series 8-26 (23.5% win pct.).
Union County leads the scoring in the series 1026-426.
The 2004 matchup with Union County had the second highest combined amount of points in a single game, 101, in CC football history.
Biggest CC win - 38-3 in 2018
Biggest UC win - 54-7 in 2006
Crittenden County Single Game School Records Versus Union County
(Some Statistical Categories Unavailable)
Passing Yards: 246, Austin Berry, 2005
Passing Completions: 21 (twice), Nick Castiller, 2015 and Hunter Boone, 2017
Passing Attempts: 38, Nick Castiller, 2015
Passing Touchdowns: 4, Hunter Boone, 2018
Interceptions Thrown: 4, Hunter Jones, 2019
Rushing Yards: 185, Grant Gardner, 2011
Rushing Touchdowns: 4, Rodney Robertson, 2007
Rushing Attempts: 32, Xander Tabor, 2020
Receiving Yards: N/A, minimum 125
Receptions: 8, Billy Mills, 1981
Receiving Touchdowns: 3, Branen Lamey, 2018
Tackles: 19, Von Summers, 1979 (16 in the second half)
Tackles for Loss: 9, Sean O’Leary, 2018 (School Record)
Interceptions: N/A, minimum 2
Sacks: 4, Sean O’Leary, 2018
Caused Fumbles: N/A, minimum 2
Fumble Recoveries: 2, Lucas Mick, 2001
Longest TD Pass: 54 Yards, Branen Lamey from Hunter Boone, 2018
Longest TD Run: 79 Yards, Hunter Jones, 2016
Longest Interception Return for a TD: 74, Branen Lamey, 2018
Longest Fumble Return for a TD: No Fumbles Returned for a TD against UC by CC ever.
Longest Punt Return for a TD: N/A, minimum 60 yards
Longest Kickoff Return for a TD: 86 Yards, T.K. Guess, 2005
Longest Field Goal: 37 Yards, Parker Johnson, 2018
Most Points Scored: 30, Rodney Robertson, 2007
2021 District 1A, District 1 Review – Week 5
- Russellville (4-1) – RHS’s only loss has come against perennial powerhouse, Glasgow, 35-49. Glasgow broke a streak of four consecutive ten win seasons last year when they finished 7-3. RHS’s wins have not come against perennial powerhouse’s as those teams are 7-9 (excludes COVID forfeits) against even weaker opponents. RHS should win the next two games and be 6-1 when they play their rival, Logan County. Russellville was ranked #9 in Class A prior to their win last week.
- Fulton County (1-4) – Fulton County’s lone win came against hapless Ballard Memorial (0-5). Ballard has only scored 26 points on the season. Fulton County looks to be on its way to a 1-9 season along with a first round matchup on the road against the number two seed in the district. FC has only 22 players on their team.
Week 3 Review – Hancock County
In the last three games, Crittenden County’s opponent’s passing yards have accounted for 15.59% of their total offense (their rushing yards accounted for 84.41%). The last time CC’s opponent’s passing yards accounted for a lower percentage of pass yards (over a three game
In the last three games, CC’s opponents have rushed the ball at least 47 times each game. That is the first time that has ever happened. Previous record was at least 44 attempts for three consecutive games.
The game was tied last week at the half and the CC went on to hold its opponent scoreless in the second half to win the game. The scenario has only occurred nine times in CC football history. The most recent being in 2017 versus Bethlehem in the playoffs. The game was knotted at 20 at the half and CC went on to win, 41-20. The first occurrence was 1963 against Trigg County. That game was tied 6-6 at the half and CC pulled out a victory, 19-6.
CC had 13 first downs last week which tied for the most in a single game over the last 17 contests.
After having 13 penalties in week 1, CC has had only 11 penalties in the last three games. That is the fewest penalties over a three game span in the last 40 games.
Hancock County did not have a penalty last week. That was the first time since week 7 of the 2004 season (McLean County) that a CC opponent did not have a penalty. That was 197 games ago.
It has been 26 games since CC has surrendered a special teams touchdown.
Preston Morgeson rushed for 192 yards last week. Prior to the game, Morgeson had 188 rushing yards for this career. Those 192 rushing yards were also the 35th most ever in a single game.
Preston Morgeson’s 27 rushing attempts are tied for the 25th most in a single game.
Preston Morgeson made his tenth extra point in-a-row last week. He is the 17th player to accomplish that as a Rocket.
Single Game School Records Broken by Crittenden County Versus Hancock County
Passing Completion Percentage: 68.75%, Luke Crider, 2021 (Previous: 66.67%, Austin Berry, 2004)
Rushing Attempts: 27, Preston Morgeson, 2021 (Previous: 21, Grant Gardner, 2005)
Tackles: 15, Briley Berry (Previous: 14, Blake Gardner, 2005)
Record Breaker Watch
Luke Crider has 2,623 career passing yards ranking him 5th in the category and next up are Jamie Curtis with 2,813, Nick Castiller with 2,814, and Austin Berry with 3,744.
With 70 more passing yards, Luke Crider will record the 22nd time a quarterback has passed for at least 750 yards in a season.
Luke Crider has 177 career passing completions ranking him 5h on the list. Next up is Jamie Curtis with 182 and Austin Berry with 227.
Luke Crider is 6th in career passing attempts with 329. Next up are JTurner Martin with 362 and Austin Berry with 396.
Luke Crider is 3rd in career touchdown passes with 36. Next up Austin Berry with 47 and the all-time leader Hunter Boone with 84.
Luke Crider is 6th in career completion percentage with 53.80%. Austin Berry is the all-time leader at 57.32%.
Luke Crider is 2nd in career passer rating with 142.90. Austin Berry is the all-time leader with 166.82.
Luke Crider is tied for 3rd in career passing touchdowns to interceptions ratio with a 1.57 ratio. Austin Berry is the all-time leader with 2.61.
Luke Crider is the 12th player to record 2,500 yards of offense in a carerr. Crider now has 2,539 yards. Next up are Rodney Robertson with 2,835 and Sean Thompson with 2,987. Yards of Offense include rushing and passing yards combined.
Luke Crider is 12th in TDs Responsible for in a Career with 37. With 8 more TDs, Crider will be in 6th place in this category.
Preston Morgeson has 810 career receiving yards which is the 9th most all-time. Next up are Preston Turley with 821, Dylan Hollis with 828, and Denis Hodge with 874.
Preston Morgeson will become only the 4th player to amass over 1,000 career yards receiving by the end of his junior year with 190 more yards receiving this season. The other three are Ethan Dossett, T.K. Guess, and Chad Perryman.
Preston Morgeson is 5th in career receiving touchdowns with 13. Next up is Chad Perryman with 15.
Preston Morgeson has 47 career receptions. With 9 more receptions, Morgeson will be in sixth place.
Preston Morgeson is tied for 10th in career interceptions with 6. Next up are Chad Perryman, Matt Mattingly, and Xander Tabor with 7.
Preston Morgeson has scored 20 career TDs and is tied for 19th in that category. With six more TDs, Morgeson will be in 14th place. Devon Nesbitt is the all-time leader with 61 TDs.
Preston Morgeson has 130 career points. Morgeson became the 22nd player to score 130 points in a career. There are five players within eight points of this current total.
Dylan Yates has become the 45th player to record at least 150 career tackles. He has 151 for his career.
Dylan Yates is tied for 6th in career tackles for loss with 30. Next up are Dylan Clark with 35 and Aaron Berry with 43.
Dylan Yates is fifth in sacks in a career with 14. Next up are Zack Beverly with 15, Lathen Easley & Adam Beavers with 17, and Sean O’Leary with 18.
Kaleb Nesbitt has an active streak of 10 consecutive games with at least one reception. That is tied for the 9th longest streak in school history.
Kaleb Nesbitt is 27 receiving yards from becoming the 24th player to have 500 or more receiving yards in a career.
Kaleb Nesbitt has eight career TD receptions which is tied for 14th all-time. He will be in sixth place with four more TD receptions.
Kaleb Nesbitt has 36 career receptions. He is 25th on the list and seven players are within 5 receptions of his current total.
Case Gobin is tied for 27th in career sacks. With two more, he will be in 20th place.
Case Gobin has five sacks on the season. Gobin’s total is tied for the 17th most all-time.