It was a tale of two halves as Trigg County outscored Fort Campbell 21-0 to start the game, and were outscored 28-0 in the second half. Trigg County falls to 4-1 overall and 1-1 in district play. Fort Campbell is 3-1 and 1-0. Other notes and thoughts...
- Trigg County outgained Fort Campbell 284-159 in the first half but were outgained 215-(minus-1) in the second half.
- The Wildcats were held scoreless in the second half for the first time since the final game of the 2004 season -- a 26-14 loss to Owensboro Catholic.
- Brandon Bridges rushed for 138 yards on 15 carries. Scotty Mayes rushed for 110 yards on 14 carries. Bridges had 8 yards in the second half, and Mayes had minus-one.
- Falcon quarterback C.J. Croft was 8-of-23 for 172 yards and three TD passes to Durrell Williams.
- Williams had five catches for 148 yards and TD catches of 18, 32, and 60 yards.
- Falcon freshman Troy Turner rushed for 154 yards on 17 carries.
- Fort Campbell has now won four in a row against the Wildcats and leads the all-time series 21-11. It's not known if the two schools will play each other in 2007 when the new alignment and schedules are released.
- The loss snapped Trigg County's 11-game home winning streak, dating back to a 2004 loss to Fort Campbell. The school record is 15 in 1970-72.
- Trigg County's touchdowns came on a 73-yard run by Bridges, an 87-yard run by Scotty Mayes, and a 30-yard pass from Donald Bush to Dhayna Cavanaugh.
- Mayes' 87-yard run was the ninth-longest in school history.
Trigg County returns to action next week at Caldwell County.
WKDZ Player of the Game: Brian Overby -- one sack, one pass deflection, seven tackles.