Revisions to the record book are still ongoing in the wake of Trigg County's 56-40 loss to Fort Campbell last Friday at Perdue Field.
Wildcat quarterback Luke McKenzie set a school record with 22 completions in the contest. Four other quarterbacks -- Ian Stites, Dan Moser (twice), Steven Tyler, and Jimmy Mathis all had 19 complete passes in a game.
The junior quarterback completed the 22 passes in 37 attempts, which was fourth most in TCHS history. His 388 yards was the second-highest total in Wildcat history and the most since Dan Moser threw for 461 yards against Caldwell County in 2000. McKenzie completed passes to seven different receivers, with six catching three or more passes.
For the season, Mckenzie has completed 66-of-123 passes for 886 yards and 10 touchdowns and is on pace to become the first Wildcat quarterback since Donald Bush in 2008 to have back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons.
Senior Kyle Rivera caught four passes for a career-high 120 yards for the Wildcats.
Meanwhile, Fort Campbell sophomore Tristan Luke ran for 316 yards on 32 carries and scored six touchdowns. It was the most yards by a Wildcat opponent since Union City's Keylon Hyde rushed for 298 yards in the 2010 season opener. The school record against Trigg County is thought to be 336 yards by Muhlenberg North's Jon Frazier in 1998.
Jayven Jones ran for 117 yards against Fort Campbell and became the first Wildcat since Dilion Cionko in 2009 to have consecutive 100-yard rushing games.
The 96 points combined was the most in a Trigg County football game since Monroe County beat the Wildcats 75-35 in the first round of the 2002 playoffs.
Trigg County returns to action Friday at Webster County.