Davis was 15-of-28 from the field, including 13-of-19 on two-point shots. He finished the five-game event with 123 points, which tied the tournament record set by Union County's Antonio Davis last year. Davis also passed the 1,000-point mark for his career at Trigg County.
Like their game earlier in the day, Trigg County fell behind early and dug out of a halftime hole. Herrin jumped out to a 23-12 lead after one quarter and led the Wildcats 32-24 at halftime. Trigg pulled to within 46-44 after three quarters and outscored Herrin 19-8 in the fourth quarter.
"We mixed up our defenses in the second half, and it confused them. We also got our legs back and shot well," Wildcat head coach Jeff Embrey said following Trigg County's fifth game in four days.
Zack Wright and Jonathon King both scored eight points for the Wildcats, while Patrick Brewster led Herrin (3-9) with 17 points.
Trigg County salvaged a 2-3 record in the tournament, which tied them for third place. Saturday's sweep also raised their record to 4-8 and helped them avoid losing 10 games in December for the first time in school history.
"This will be positive for us coming out of the break and hopefully get us going in the right direction for the rest of the season," Embrey said.
Trigg County returns to action Friday when they host Hopkins Central at Wildcat Gym.