Crittenden County scored five runs in the ninth inning to beat Trigg County 8-3 tonight at the Complex. The nine-inning affair is thought to be the longest game played by Trigg County since switching to fast pitch softball in 1995.
Trigg led 3-1 before Crittenden tied the game with two runs in the sixth inning. Crittenden took advantage of seven Trigg errors, with seven of the eight Lady Rocket runs unearned.
Whitney Cain and Jennifer Hyde each had two hits for Trigg County, while Cain was the tough luck loser, striking out seven and walking just two.
Trigg County (2-5) will play Livingston Central Monday.