Sunday, November 1, 2020



Crittenden County Single Game School Records Versus Henderson County Broken or Tied Last Week
Passing Yards: 164, Luke Crider, 2020
Passing Completions: 11, Luke Crider, 2020
Passing Attempts: 23, Luke Crider, 2020
Passing Touchdowns: 1, Luke Crider, 2020
Interceptions Thrown: 2, Luke Crider, 2020
Completion Percentage: 47.8%, Luke Crider, 2020

Rushing Yards: 91, Steve Davidson, 1960
Rushing Touchdowns: 2, Dennis Mott, 1963
Rushing Attempts: 17, Caden McCalister, 2020

Receiving Yards: 79, Kaleb Nesbitt, 2020                       
Receptions: 3, Preston Turley, 2020
Receiving Touchdowns: 1, Kaleb Nesbitt, 2020

Tackles: 21, Tyler Boone, 2020
Tackles for Loss: 4, Tyler Boone, 2020
Interceptions: 1 (twice), Larry Orr, 1962 and Trace Derrington, 2020
Sacks: 3, Dylan Yates, 2020
Caused Fumbles: 2, Tyler Boone, 2020
Fumble Recoveries: 1 (twice), Noah Perkins, 2020 and Caden McCalister, 2020

Longest TD Pass: 70 Yards, Kaleb Nesbitt from Luke Crider, 2020
Longest TD Run: 91 Yards, Steve Davidson, 1960 (School Record)
Longest Interception Return for a TD: 75 Yards, Larry Orr, 1962
Longest Fumble Return for a TD: 38 Yards, Tink Orr, 1958
Longest Punt Return for a TD: 70 Yards, Dickie Tabor, 1959
Longest Kickoff Return for a TD: NONE
Longest Field Goal: 27 Yards, Noah Perkins, 2020
Most Points Scored: 12 points, Dennis Mott, 1963

Random Notes
Last week against Henderson County was Luke Crider’s 13th start at quarterback.  In his first 13 starts, he is 107/203 (52.7%) with 1,628 passing yards, 24 passing TDs, and 14 interceptions.  Making the

comparison that 13 games equals “about” a typical full season nowadays, below is where Crider’s stats for his 13 starts would rank in the record book when compared to a full season by others:

Passing Yards: tied for 5th most in a season
Completions: 6th most in a season
Passing Attempts: 6th most in a season
Completion Percentage: 12th best in a season
Passing TDs: 4th most in a season
Interceptions: tied for 6th most in a season

Below is another comparison showing other Rocket QBs’ statistics of their first 13 starts compared with Crider’s statistics.

Austin Berry: 2,227
Hunter Boone: 2,091
Luke Crider: 1,628
Nick Castiller: 1,108
Jamie Curtis: 783

Hunter Boone: 173
Austin Berry: 132
Luke Crider: 107
Nick Castiller: 97
Jamie Curtis: 49

Hunter Boone: 324
Austin Berry: 222
Luke Crider: 203
Nick Castiller: 199
Jamie Curtis: 136

Austin Berry: 30
Luke Crider: 24
Hunter Boone: 23
Nick Castiller: 6
Jamie Curtis: 4

Jamie Curtis: 21
Hunter Boone: 20
Luke Crider: 14
Nick Castiller: 8
Austin Berry: 6

Austin Berry: 182.91
Luke Crider: 145.30
Hunter Boone: 118.69
Nick Castiller: 97.42
Jamie Curtis: 63.21

Austin Berry: 59.5% (132/222)
Hunter Boone: 53.4% (173/324)
Luke Crider: 52.7% (107/203)
Nick Castiller: 48.7% (97/199)
Jamie Curtis: 36.0% (49/136)

Austin Berry: 5.00
Luke Crider: 1.71
Hunter Boone: 1.15
Nick Castiller: 0.75
Jamie Curtis: 0.19

Luke Crider: 10
Austin Berry: 9
Hunter Boone: 6
Nick Castiller: 6
Jamie Curtis: 2

Luke Crider: 2
Hunter Boone: 1
Austin Berry: 1
Nick Castiller: 0
Jamie Curtis: 0

Luke Crider: 1
Hunter Boone: 0
Nick Castiller: 0
Austin Berry: 0
Jamie Curtis: 0

The seven points allowed in the second quarter last week were the first points of the season surrendered in the second quarter by the Rockets.  Only one time in the past 35 games have the Rockets allowed more than 7 points to be scored in the second quarter.

In only one season since 1995 has Crittenden County averaged less than the 9.5 first downs they are averaging per game this season (2010, 8.6).

Crittenden County is averaging 7.5 penalties per game this year which is the most by a team since 2002 (7.6).

CC opponents are averaging 74.9 yards per game rushing this season.  That amount is the fewest on record for CC opponents.

CC is surrendering 3.4 points, on average, in the fourth quarter this season.  3.4 are the fewest points surrendered in the fourth quarter since the Rockets surrendered only 3.1 during the 2003 season.

Crittenden County has won eight homes games in a row dating back to last season.  The school record is eleven which was set in the 1985 to the 1986 seasons.

This senior class has 35 wins as Rockets.  That is currently the third most by a graduating class and the all-time record is 37 by the class of 2000.

Last week, CC outgained Henderson County in terms of total yardage, 216-207.  The last time CC outgained its opponent but lost the game was the third round playoff game of 2018 against Campbellsville. CC outgained Campbellsville 264-215.

Noah Perkins 27-yard field goal against Henderson County was the second longest field goal made by a CC kicker in the past 6 years.  Only Parker Johnson’s 37 yard kick against Union County in 2018 was longer.

Tyler Boone had a monster game with a career high 21 tackles versus Henderson County which gave Boone 91 total tackles on the season.  Boone is the only player of the ten Rockets that have recorded at least 278 total tackles in a career to not have a season with at least 100 total tackles.  Boone had 99 tackles his freshman season, 94 as sophomore and 76 as a junior.

When Tyler Boone records nine more total tackles, it will be the 29th time a player has at least 100 tackles in a season.

Since 2006, only one time has a player recorded more than the 21 tackles Tyler Boone did last week (Adam Beavers, 2018, Campbellsville, 22).

Although many factors played into the outcome of the game last week, the difference of one point was similar to the outcome of the 1962 Crittenden County-Henderson County matchup in that the difference in the ’62 game was an extra point attempt that was wide.

The Rockets are averaging 46.5 offensive plays a game this season.  Since 1995, there have been only three seasons (2008-2010) that the Rockets have ran less offensive plays on average per game.  The highest average is 62.1 offensive plays per game in 2013.

Preston Morgeson has become the 34th Rocket to have at least 25 career receptions and only the fourth to accomplish that by the end of their sophomore season.  The other three were Chad Perryman, Branen Lamey, and Denis Hodge.

When Noah Perkins scores one more point, he will be the 34th player in school history to record 100 career points scored; however, he will be the first to accomplish the feat without ever scoring a TD.  Former Rocket kicker, George Congenie, scored exactly 100 points in his career but returned an interception for a touchdown during his career.

Records Broken and Record Breakers to Watch This Week
Lathen Easley has 17 sacks which ranks tied for 2nd on the all-time list.  Tied with Easley is Adam Beavers with 17 and the all-time leader is Sean O’Leary has 18.  This record has stood since 2018.

Lathen Easley is tied for second in career forced fumbles with nine.  Travis McKinney is the all-time leader with 10.  This record has stood since 2015.

Tyler Boone is tied for fifth in career forced fumbles with eight. 

Caden McCalister has tied Travis Fitzgerald for the all-time record holder for fumble recoveries.  This record has stood since 2015.

Tyler Boone is now the all-time leader for Career Tackles for Loss with 51.  Boone is now the third new record holder in this category in the past four seasons.  Boone passed Adam Beavers who had 47 TFL.

Dylan Yates’s nine sacks have broken the record of most sacks by a junior which was held by teammate, Braxton Winders (2019), eight sacks.

Dylan Yates is tied for 2nd in sacks for a single season with nine.  Next up is the single season leader Sean O’Leary with 11.

Record Breaker Watch
Tyler Boone is third in career tackles with 360.  Gavin Dickerson (372) and the all-time leader Adam Beavers (375) are ahead of Boone.

Luke Crider has 1,753 career passing yards ranking him 8th in the category and next up are Sean Thompson with 1,757, Turner Martin with 1,840, and J.D. Gray with 2,172.

Luke Crider has 1,208 passing yards this season ranking him 9th in that category.  Next up are Austin Berry (2005) with 1,486, Hunter Boone (2016) with 1,801 and Austin Berry (2004) with 2,017.

Luke Crider has 116 career passing completions ranking him 8th on the list.  Next up are Travis Gilbert with 140, Turner Martin with 146, and J.D. Gray with 174.

Luke Crider has 72 completions this season which are tied for 10th most in a single season.   Next up are Nick Castiller with 77, Austin Berry (2005) & Sean Thompson with 83, and Jamie Curtis with 88.

Luke Crider is 12th in career passing attempts with 217.  Next up are Doug Campbell with 220, Al Simmons with 227, and Zach Brantley with 249. 

Luke Crider is 3rd in career touchdown passes with 27.  Next up Austin Berry with 47 and the all-time leader Hunter Boone with 84.

Luke Crider has 16 passing TDs which are 7th most in a single season.  Next up Nick Castiller & Austin Berry (2005) with 17 and Hunter Boone (2016) with 18.

Luke Crider is 2nd in career passer rating with 149.47.  Austin Berry is the all-time leader with 166.82.

Luke Crider is 2nd in career passing touchdowns to interceptions ratio with a 1.93 ratio.  Austin Berry is the all-time leader with 2.61.

Preston Turley is 8th in career receiving yards with 796.  Next up are Dylan Hollis with 828 and Denis Hodge with 874.

Tyler Boone is 12th in career receiving yards with 607.  Next up are Jerry Jessup with 622 and Bobby Knox with 654.

Preston Morgeson has 444 career receiving yards.  When he eclipses 500 yards for a career, we will be the 23rd Rocket to do so.

Kaleb Nesbitt has recorded the 47th occurrence of a Rocket player having at least 250 yards receiving in a season.  He has 252 yards receiving this season.

Preston Turley is tied for 6th in career receiving touchdowns with 10.  Next up are Jamie Champion with 11 and Chad Perryman with 15.

Preston Morgeson is tied for 13th in career receiving touchdowns with 8.  Next up are four players with nine and three with 10.

Tyler Boone is tied for 19th in career receiving touchdowns with seven.  Next up are six players with eight and four with nine receiving touchdowns.

Preston Turley is 12th in career receptions with 46.  Next up are Bobby Knox with 48, Denis Hodge with 50, and Kayle Malcom with 51.

Tyler Boone is tied for 22nd in career receptions with 37.  Next up are Grant Gardner (38), and Tanner Nix, Shawnte Moss, & Jared Champion with 40.

Caden McCalister is tied for 18th in career total touchdowns with 20.  Next up are Jeramie Sorina with 22, Branen Lamey and Dylan Hollis with 23, and Ethan Dossett with 25.

Caden McCalister is 22nd in career scoring with 128 points.  Next up are seven players within 20 points of McCalister’s current total.

Noah Perkins is 2nd in career extra points attempted with 105.  Next up is the all-time leader, George Congenie, with 113.

Noah Perkins is tied for the 10th in extra points attempted in a season with 35.  Next up are Micah Hollamon  with 39 and George Congenie (2005) with 42.

Noah Perkins has made 96 career extra points and is now the all-time leader breaking a 15 year old record held by George Congenie who had 90.

Noah Perkins is tied for 8th in extra points made in a season with 33.  Next up are J.R. Adams (2008) with 36, J.R. Adams (2009) with 37, George Congenie with 38.

Caden McCalister is tied for second in career interceptions returned for a touchdown with two along with Xander Tabor, Branen Lamey and Butch McWilliams.  T.K. Guess is the all-time leader with four.

Caden McCalister is 7th in career tackles with 295.  Next up are Von Summers with 307, Wompie Steward with 311, and Gaige Courtney with 345.

Braxton Winders is 10th in career tackles with 279.  Next up are Sean O’Leary with 281, Caden McCalister with 283, and Blake Gardner with 289.

Lathen Easley is 25th in career tackles with 213.  Next up are Travis McKinney with 215, Brian Berry with 218, and Brad Hart with 222.

Lathen Easley is 6th in career tackles for loss with 30.  Next up are Dylan Clark with 35 and Tyler Boone with 41.

Dylan Yates is tied for 11th in career tackles for loss with 23.  Next up are Gavin Dickerson & Gaige Courtney with 24, and Bobby Knox with 25.

Caden McCalister was 17 tackles for loss in his career which ranks with 19th.  Next up are eight players within 5 TFLs of McCalister’s current total.

Braxton Winders will be the 25th Rocket to record 15 career tackles for loss after he records his next TFL.

Tyler Boone is tied for fourth in TFL in a season with 19.  Next up are Dylan Clark with 20, Adam Beavers with 26, and Sean O’Leary with 31.

Caden McCalister has nine career interceptions which ranks him fifth on the all-time list.  Next up are Mike Taylor with 10 and Denis Hodge with 14.

When Preston Morgeson records his next interception, he will become the 15th player to record six interceptions in a career.

Tyler Boone is sixth in career sacks with 12.  Next up is Dylan Yates with 13 and Zack Beverly with 15.

Braxton Winders is tied for sixth in career sacks with 10.  Next up are Tyler Boone with 12, Dylan Yates with 13, and Zack Beverly with 15. 

Dylan Yates is fifth in sacks in a career with 13.  Next up are Zack Beverly with 15, Lathen Easley & Adam Beavers with 17, and Sean O’Leary with 18.

Dylan Yates three sacks against Henderson County.  Only two players have had more than three sacks in a game in the history of Rocket football.

Noah Perkins currently has a 91.43% (96/105) career made PAT percentage.  The school record is currently held by Cody Belt with a 91.67% (44/48).

Noah Perkins is near perfect on the year in extra points (33/35).  The record of PAT % made in a season is 94.29% (33/35) by Will Perkins in 2016.  Noah is currently at 94.29%.

Preston Turley is tied for 14th longest streak of games with at least one reception with seven.  Ethan Dossett is the all-time leader with 26.

Luke Crider is tied for the fourth longest streak of games with a TD pass with 7.  Next up are Austin Berry with 11, Hunter Boone with 13, and Hunter Boone with 14.  Streaks of 11 games with a passing TD or more qualify for inclusion in the KHSAA record book.