Trigg leads the all-time series with Dawson Springs 47-25 and have won ten straight games against the Panthers dating back to 2000. Trigg is 24-9 against Dawson on their home floor.
The Wildcats have also won six straight season-openers dating back to the 1999-2000 season.
These teams didn't play last year.
The Panthers were 11-17 last year and will need to find a way to score now that Derek Scott and his 22.9 points a game has graduated.
6-4 sophomore Ethan Scott and 6-0 senior Jesse Robinson both averaged eight points a game last year, while 5-11 senior Justin Bennett averaged six points and 2.5 steals a contest.
Head coach Wayne Simpson is also high on 6-3 sophomore Aaron Duke, who gives the Panthers a decent front line that can dominate smaller teams.
Dawson Springs opened their season Tuesday with a 57-47 loss to Crittenden County.