BY: ANDY HUNT
Week 7 Review
- Luke Crider has thrown for 574 in the last two games combined. That is the most yards in consecutive games by a Rocket QB other than the games surrounding and including the 2017 Ballard Memorial game (70-74).
- Luke Crider’s 272 yards passing last week are the 10th most ever in a game for CC which means, in relation to passing yardage, he has turned in two of the top-10 single game passing performances in school history in the past two games.
- Last week, CC did not score in the first quarter and then scored at least 14 points in each of the next three quarters. That has never been done before in CC history.
- Luke Crider has tied the record for the most pass attempts in a three game span with 101 (Trigg, Caldwell, Webster in 2017). The record for the most pass attempts in a four game span is 135 which has accomplished twice once in 2015-2016 and once in 2017.
- Luke Crider has become the third Rocket QB to have two streaks of four games or more in length with at least one passing touchdown. Hunter Boone and Austin Berry are the other two.
- With assuming the Rockets play a game in week 10 of the season and then at least two playoff games, there should be a minimum of five games left in the season. With that said, Luke Crider’s career passing stats should end where he is second in career passing yards, career completions, career attempts, and career passing TDs. Hunter Boone holds the record in all four career categories.
- Assuming Luke Crider throws more than 19 TDs passing this season (he has 12 currently), Crider will do something that neither Hunter Boone or Austin Berry were able to do which is increase their statistical totals in passing yards, completions, attempts, and passing TDs from their junior year to their senior year. For Berry and Boone, the only statistical category that increased for either was Boone's TD passes increased by one from his junior to senior seasons. Berry, Boone, and Crider were the full-time starter for their entire Junior seasons.
- Preston Morgeson will become only the 4th player to amass over 1,000 career yards receiving by the end of his junior year with 94 more yards receiving this season. The other three are Ethan Dossett, T.K. Guess, and Chad Perryman.
- The Crittenden County defense has caused each of last two opponents to have 20 or more incomplete passes. That is only the second time that a CC opponent has had 20 more incomplete passes in consecutive games in school history (Ballard Memorial, 24 and Fulton County, 22 in 2018).
County 1A (1-6, District 0-1)
- Gleason (TN) (1A, 4-3) – LOSS – 0-40
- Marshall County (6A, 2-5) – LOSS – 6-46
- Callaway County (4A, 3-4) – LOSS – 6-42
- Ballard Memorial (2A, 0-7) – WIN – 8-0
- South Fulton (TN) (1A, 4-4) – LOSS – 24-26
- Trigg County (2A, 4-4) – LOSS – 16-54
Russellville (1A, 7-1) – LOSS – 6-42
- Fulton County has 23 players on its roster (32 in 2020).
- In the past two seasons, Fulton County is 2-12 with their only wins coming over Ballard Memorial.
- Super Senior Year Participants – No players that were a senior on the 2020 Fulton County football roster have returned for fifth-year in 2021, per the KHSAA website.
- Passing Yards Allowed: 1,044 Yards
- Rushing Yards Allowed: 1,116 Yards
- Points Allowed: 250 Points (35.7 Points)
- #16 Max Gibbs – 56/137, 669 Yards, 6 TDs, 12 INTs
- #11 Damien Hill – 51 Attempts, 172 Yards, 0 TDs
- #16 Max Gibbs – 55 Attempts, 150 Yards, 2 TDs
- #1 Dakyran Gossett – 25 Receptions, 335 Yards, 4 TDs
- #4 Jayden Smith – 8 Receptions, 169 Yards, 0 TDs
- #11 Damien Hill – 10 Receptions, 84 Yards, 2 TDs
- #66 Luke Jackson – 61 Tackles, 8 TFL, 2 Sacks, 1 INT
- #1 Dakyran Gossett – 28 Tackles, 2 TFL, 1 INT, 1 Fumble Recovery
- #88 Corey Manus – 26 Tackles, 3 TFL, 1 Sack, 1 INT, 1 Fumble Recovery
Fulton County Series
- 1971 - WIN - 29-12 - HOME
- 1972 - WIN - 50-0 - AWAY
- 1973 - LOSS - 6-8 - HOME
- 1974 - WIN - 13-6 - AWAY
- 1975 - WIN - 13-8 - HOME
- 1976 - LOSS - 14-34 - AWAY
- 1977 - WIN - 19-15 - HOME
- 1978 - LOSS - 0-20 - AWAY
- 1985 - WIN - 7-6 - AWAY - Playoffs
- 1987 - WIN - 14-6 - HOME
- 1988 - LOSS - 21-28 - AWAY
- 1989 - WIN - 12-5 - HOME
- 1990 - LOSS - 0-13 - AWAY
- 1991 - WIN - 34-20 - HOME
- 1992 - LOSS - 15-18 - HOME - Playoffs
- 1993 - LOSS - 6-42 - AWAY
- 1994 - LOSS - 17-25 - HOME
- 1995 - LOSS - 16-32 - AWAY
- 1996 - WIN - 28-25 - HOME
- 1998 - WIN - 25-6 - HOME - Playoffs
- 1999 - WIN - 42-0 - AWAY
- 1999 - WIN - 54-8 - HOME - Playoffs
- 2000 - WIN - 39-12 - HOME
- 2001 - WIN - 47-0 - AWAY
- 2002 - WIN - 30-6 - AWAY
- 2005 - WIN - 39-8 - HOME - Playoffs
- 2007 - WIN - 40-12 - HOME
- 2008 - WIN - 58-8 - AWAY
- 2009 - WIN - 1-0 - HOME - Forfeit
- 2010 - WIN - 61-6 - AWAY
- 2015 - WIN - 50-6 - AWAY
- 2016 - WIN - 70-32 - HOME
- 2017 - WIN - 50-0 - AWAY
- 2018 - WIN - 59-8 - HOME
- 2019 - WIN - 30-12 – AWAY
2020 - WIN – 47-6 – HOME
- CC leads the series 27 - 9 (75.0%
- The series was tied 9 - 9 before winning the last 18 in a row.
- Biggest win in the series for CC, 61-6 in 2010.
- Biggest loss in the series for CC, 6-42 in 1993.
- CC has scored at least 25 points in each of the last 17 games played
(excluding the forfeit game in 2009).
- The most significant game has been the 1985 playoff matchup when CC beat then #1 FC and eventually went on to win the state title.
Longest Current Win Streaks Against Any Opponent
Consecutive Wins – Opponent
- 18 – Fulton County
- 12 – Webster County
- 11 – Caverna
- 10 – Fulton City*
- 7 – Todd County Central
- 6 – Heath*
- 6 – Greenville*
- 6 – Russellville
* School is no longer in existence or playing football
Crittenden County Single Game School Records Versus
(Some Statistical Categories Unavailable)
- Passing Yards: 203, Nick Castiller, 2015
- Passing Completions: 13, Mike Sutton, 1972
- Passing Attempts: 29, Nathan Boone, 1994
- Passing Touchdowns: 5, Nick Castiller, 2015
- Interceptions Thrown: 4, Jamie Curtis, 1990
- Completion Percentage: 85.67% (13/15), Mike Sutton, 1972 (School Record)
ABOVE: Mike Sutton (1969-1972) holds the school record for completion percentage in a game (85.67%). This record came against Fulton County in 1972.
- Rushing Yards: 212, Xander Tabor, 2019
- Rushing Touchdowns: 4, Devon Nesbitt, 2018
- Rushing Attempts: 31, Ronnie Moss, 1988
- Receiving Yards: 151, Mike Tosh, 1972
- Receptions: 9, Mike Tosh, 1972
- Receiving Touchdowns: 3, Mike Tosh, 1972
- Tackles: 19, Seldon Howerton, 1973
- Tackles for Loss: 3, Petey Patterson, 1995
- Interceptions: 3, Jeramie Sorina, 2007
- Sacks: 3, Adam Beavers, 2016
- Forced Fumbles: 2, Lathen Easley, 2018
- Fumble Recoveries: N/A, minimum 2
- Longest TD Pass: 82 Yards, Seth Birdwell from Nick Castiller, 2015
- Longest TD Run: 58 Yards, Devon Nesbitt, 2016
- Longest Interception Return for a TD: 86 Yards, David Beverly, 1994
- Longest Fumble Return for a TD: 19 Yards, Dyllan Thornton, 2008
- Longest Punt Return for a TD: N/A, minimum 60 Yards
- Longest Kickoff Return for a TD: 99 Yards, David Beverly, 1996 (School Record)
- Longest Field Goal: 20 Yards, Javon Doom, 1994
- Most Points Scored: 26 Points, Devon Nesbitt, 2017
District 1A, District 1 – Week 7
- Russellville (6-1) – Coming off an open week, Russellville takes on their biggest rival, Logan County. Logan County beat Madisonville 31-13 last week. This game will be one Russellville’s toughest opponents so far this season as Logan County is 6-1 and fifth in the 4A RPI listing at .597.
Russellville’s RPI dropped this week even though it was open. Going into this week, RHS had an RPI of .789 and it now .740. Their RPI is now #2 in Class A. With a win over Fulton County and an open week, Russellville’s RPI has dropped in consecutive weeks.
- Fulton County (1-6) – Fulton County plays at home against Crittenden County this week.
- Luke Crider has 3,338 career passing yards ranking him 3rd in the category and next up is Austin Berry with 3,744 and the all-time leader, Hunter Boone, with 6,763.
- Luke Crider has 1,395 passing yards this season which is the eighth most ever for a single season. Next up are Luke Crider (2020) with 1,398, Austin Berry (2005) with 1,486, and Hunter Boone (2016) with 1,801.
- Luke Crider has 235 career passing completions ranking him 2nd on the list. The all-time leader is Hunter Boone with 489.
- Luke Crider has 105 passing completions this season ranking him tied for 6h on the list. Next up are Austin Berry (2004) with 122, Hunter Boone (2018) with 154 and Nick Castiller (2015) with 155.
- Luke Crider is 3rd in career passing attempts with 430. Next up are Nick Castiller (2012-2015) with 449 and the all-time leader, Hunter Boone, with 892.
- Luke Crider is 7th in passing attempts for a season with 184. Next up are Austin Berry (2004) with 203, Jamie Curtis (1991) with 203, and Hunter Boone (2018) with 274.
- Luke Crider is 3rd in career touchdown passes with 42. Next up Austin Berry with 47 and the all-time leader Hunter Boone with 84.
- Luke Crider is tied for the 8th most TD passes in a season with 12. With eight more TD passes, Crider will be in the top-4.
- Luke Crider is 6th in career completion percentage with 54.65%. Austin Berry is the all-time leader at 57.32%.
- Luke Crider is 2nd in career passer rating with 138.14. Austin Berry is the all-time leader with 166.82.
- Luke Crider has 3,365 yards of offense in his career which is the 7th most all-time. Next up are Devon Nesbitt (2015-2018) with 3,572, Austin Berry (2002-2005) with 3,829 and Nick Castiller (2012-2015) with 3,894. Yards of Offense include rushing and passing yards combined.
- Luke Crider has 1,549 yards of offense this season which is the 10th most all-time. Next up are Jimmy Hopper (1963) with 1,581, Xander Tabor (2019) with 1,642, and Hunter Boone (2016) with 1,806. Yards of Offense include rushing and passing yards combined.
- Luke Crider is tied for 6th in TDs Responsible for in a Career with 44. Next up are T.K. Guess with 48 and Austin Berry with 57.
- Preston Morgeson has 906 career receiving yards which is the 6th most all-time. Next up are Branen Lamey (2015-2018) with 1,070 and Ethan Hunt (2013-2016) with 1,191.
- Preston Morgeson is tied for 4th in career receiving touchdowns with 15. Next up are Branen Lamey and T.K. Guess with 17. Ethan Dossett is the all-time leader with 23.
- Preston Morgeson has 58 career receptions which is the 6th most in school history. Next up are Branen Lamey (2015-2018) with 78 and Chad Perryman (1990-1993) with 85.
- 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 24 career TDs and is tied for 15th in that category. Next up are Ethan Dossett with 25, Andrew Freeman with 29, and Brad Madden with 30.
- Preston Morgeson has 155 career points which is the 15th most. Next up are Ethan Dossett with 158, Andrew Freeman with 178, and Denis Hodge with 198.
- Dylan Yates has 163 tackles for his career which is the 37th most all-time. Next up are Brian Penn (1995-1998) with 178, Dustin Lanham (2002-2005) with 179, and David Hunt (1998-2001) with 180.
- Dylan Yates is tied for 5th in career tackles for loss with 35. Next up is Aaron Berry with 43.
- Dylan Yates is 4th in sacks in a career with 16. Next up are Lathen Easley & Adam Beavers with 17 and Sean O’Leary with 18.
- Kaleb Nesbitt has an active streak of 13 consecutive games with at least one reception. That is tied for the 5th longest streak in school history. The all-time record is 26 straight games with a reception by Ethan Dossett which could be in reach by the end of the 2022 season.
- Kaleb Nesbitt has 610 career receiving yards which is the 15th most ever. With 88 more receiving yards, he will be in 10th place in this category.
- 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 46 career receptions. He is 14th on the list and four players are within five 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.
- Brysen Baker has 620 career receiving yards which is the 13th
most all-time. Next up are Jerry Jessup
(1986-1989) with 622, Bobby Knox (2009-2012) with 654, and Shawnte Moss
(2001-2004) with 697.ABOVE: Jerry Jessup (1986-1989) has 622 yards receiving in his career. Jessup scored 18 total touchdowns in his career.
- Brysen Baker has 42 career receptions which is tied for the 18th most all-time. With nine more receptions, Baker will be in 10th place.
- Brysen Baker has 367 yards receiving this season which is the 22nd most in a single season. Next up are Jamie Champion (1963) with 390, Preston Turley (2019) with 418, and Payton Riley (2018) with 430.