Tuesday, September 14, 2021

At A Glance: Week 4 Hancock County


Week 3 Review – Caldwell County 

  • Luke Crider’s 19 completions last week are tied for the 11th most completions in a single game. 

  • Luke Crider’s 37 passing attempts last week are the sixth most passing attempts in a single game. 
  • Case Gobin had three sacks against Caldwell County which is tied for the third most ever in a single game. 

  • Luke Crider has passed for 567 yards in the first three games of this season.  567 yards passing is the 4th most ever by a CC quarterback in the first three games of a season. 
  • CC leading rusher has been six yards in each of the past two games.  Prior to the last two games, the last time CC’s leading rusher in a game was less than six yards was 327 games ago (3 yards, Webster County, 1993). 

  • CC has 7 passing TDs and 2 rushing TDs this season.  The only season in CC football history that the Rockets scored more passing TDs than rushing TDs was 2004.  26 rushing, 31 passing.

Broken Crittenden County Single Game School Records Versus Caldwell County 

  • Passing Completions: 19, Luke Crider, 2021 (Previous: 15, Hunter Boone, 2017)
  • Passing Attempts: 37, Luke Crider, 2021 (Previous: 35, Hunter Boone, 2017) 
  • Receptions: 9, Preston Morgeson, 2021 (Previous: 6, T.K. Guess, 2005 and Tyler Boone, 2019) 
  • Tackles: 19, Case Gobin, 2021 (Previous: 16, Richard Brantley, 1977) 
  • Sacks: 3, Case Gobin, 2021 (Previous: 2, Nicky Brown, 1988) 


Season - Score - CC Result  Location 
1978 - 6-47 - LOSS  HOME 
1983 - 20-13 - WIN  AWAY 
1984 - 51-6 - WIN  HOME 
1988 - 27-26 - WIN  AWAY 
1989 - 7-8 - LOSS  HOME 
1999 - 13-38 - LOSS  AWAY 
2000 - 7-46 - LOSS  HOME 
2001 - 14-6 - WIN  AWAY 
2002 - 27-14 - WIN  HOME 
2003 - 7-55 - LOSS  AWAY 
2003 - 7-55 - LOSS  AWAY 
2005 - 16-0 - WIN  AWAY 
2006 - 0-28 - LOSS  HOME 
2011 - 21-27 - LOSS – AWAY (OT) – Playoffs 
  • CC is behind in the series 6-8 (42.9% winning percentage) 

  • CC has scored at least seven points in every game it has ever played at Hancock County. 

  • CC has a 4-3 record when playing at Hancock County. 

Notable Hancock County Football Alumni that Played Against Crittenden County 

  • Michael Schwindel (6’ 4”, 205 lbs) is a 2005 graduate of HCHS.  While in high school, Schwindel set the school record for interceptions with 22.  He was selected to play in the Kentucky-Tennessee all-star football game and was awarded a full-scholarship to the University of Kentucky.  While at UK, he was a member of two bowl game victories.

  • Travis Atwell, a 2000 graduate of HCHS led his HCHS team to the Class A state championship game.  Against an undefeated (8-0) 1999 Crittenden County team, as a quarterback, he ran for 239 yards and five touchdowns.  He also intercepted three passes in the game.  Atwell was selected the 1999 Kentucky “Mr. Football” and was first team all-state.  He was listed as an honorable mention All-American by USA Today.  Atwell played in the Kentucky-Tennessee all-star game.  He was awarded a scholarship to Toledo and transferred to the University of Kentucky after one season.  After his sophomore season at UK, his career was cut short due to an injury. 

ABOVE: Josh Cozart (#12) attempts to bring down Travis Atwell (#5) in the 1999 matchup between Crittenden County and Hancock County.

Crittenden County Single Game School Records Versus Hancock County 

  • Passing Yards: 304, Austin Berry, 2004 
  • Passing Completions: 24, Austin Berry, 2004 
  • Passing Attempts: 36, Austin Berry, 2004 
  • Passing Touchdowns: 3, Austin Berry, 2004 
  • Interceptions Thrown: 3, Taylon Polk, 2006 
  • Passing Completion Percentage: 66.67%, Austin Berry, 2004 
  • Rushing Yards: 196, Johnny Crider, 1984 
  • Rushing Touchdowns: 3, Denis Hodge, 1984 
  • Rushing Attempts: 21, Grant Gardner, 2005 

 ABOVE: Johnny Crider ran for a career high 196 yards against Hancock County in 1984.  Crider only had nine rushing attempts in the game averaging 21.8 yards per carry which is the second highest yards per carry ever for a game.  He also is the uncle of current Rocket Quarterback, Luke Crider.

  • Receiving Yards: 135, T.K. Guess, 2004 
  • Receptions: 9, T.K. Guess, 2004 
  • Receiving Touchdowns: 2 (three times), Denis Hodge, 1983, Josh Cozart, 1999, and Dustin Hernandez, 2011 

  • Tackles: 14, Blake Gardner, 2005 
  • Tackles for Loss: 4, Zac Beverly, 2001 
  • Interceptions: 2, Eric Henderson, 1989 
  • Sacks: 3, Brandon Travis, 2000 
  • Forced Fumbles: N/A, minimum 2 
  • Fumble Recoveries: N/A, minimum 2 

  • Longest TD Pass: 74 Yards, Shawnte Moss from Austin Berry, 2004 
  • Longest TD Run: 27 Yards, Blake Gardner, 2004 
  • Longest Interception Return for a TD: None 
  • Longest Fumble Return for a TD: None 
  • Longest Punt Return for a TD: None 
  • Longest Punt Return for a TD: None 
  • Longest Field Goal: None 
  • Most Points Scored: 24, Denis Hodge, 1984 

Record Breaker Watch  

  • Luke Crider has 2,510 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.   
  • Luke Crider has 166 career passing completions ranking him 6h on the list.  Next up is J.D. Gray with 174. 
  • Luke Crider is 7th in career passing attempts with 313.  Next up are J.D. Gray with 320, Turner Martin with 362, and Austin Berry with 396. 
  • Luke Crider is 3rd in career touchdown passes with 35.  Next up Austin Berry with 47 and the all-time leader Hunter Boone with 84. 
  • Luke Crider is 6th in career completion percentage with 53.04%.  Austin Berry is the all-time leader at 57.32%. 
  • Luke Crider is 2nd in career passer rating with 143.24.  Austin Berry is the all-time leader with 166.82. 
  • Luke Crider is 3rd in career passing touchdowns to interceptions ratio with a 1.59 ratio.  Austin Berry is the all-time leader with 2.61. 
  • Luke Crider is 106 yards from having 2,500 career yards of offense and would be the 12th player to do so.  Crider now has 2,394 yards.  Next up are Turner Martin with 2,409, Ronnie Moss with 2,493, and Rodney Robertson with 2,835.  Yards of Offense include rushing and passing yards combined. 
  • Luke Crider is 12th in TDs Responsible for in a Career with 35.  With 9 more TDs, Crider will be in 6th place in this category. 
  • Preston Morgeson has 788 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 212 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 45 career receptions.  With 11 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 18 career TDs and is tied for 25th in that category.  With eight more TDs, Morgeson will be in 14th place.  Devon Nesbitt is the all-time leader with 61 TDs. 
  • Preston Morgeson has 115 career points.  Morgeson became the 24th player to score 115 points in a career.  There are five players within 18 points of this current total. 
  • Preston Morgeson is a one made extra point away from being the 28th player to make at least eight extra points in a row. 
  • Dylan Yates is tied for 7th in career tackles for loss with 29.  Next up are Lathen Easley with 30 and Dylan Clark with 35.  
  • 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. 
  • Kaleb Nesbitt has an active streak of nine consecutive games with at least one reception.  That is tied for the 10th longest streak in school history. 
  • Kaleb Nesbitt is 25 receiving yards from becoming the 24th player to have 500 or more receiving yards in a career. 
  • Kaleb Nesbitt has 8 career TD receptions which is tied for 14th all-time.  He will be in sixth place with four more TD receptions. 
  • Kaleb Nesbitt has 35 career receptions.  He is tied for 25th on the list and 13 players are within 11 receptions of his current total. 
  • Case Gobin has become the 27th player to have at least five sacks in a career. 
  • Case Gobin has five sacks on the season.  Gobin’s total is tied for the 17th most all-time.