Trigg County beat Lyon County 6-1 in boys soccer action Tuesday at the Complex despite getting banged up in the process.
Goalie Kevin Latham didn't play after suffering a concussion in Monday's tie with Caldwell County, Wildcat head coach Josh Nichols said.
Devon Wharton and Colten Bridges also left the game early with injuries.
Ezra McNichols started in goal for the Wildcats and didn't allow a goal until the game's final minutes.
Aaron Yielding had two goals for the Wildcats, who are now 2-0-2 on the season. Trigg will play at Todd County Monday.
Lyon County won the JV game 5-1. Clark Adams scored Trigg's lone goal.
In other games:
- Hopkinsville beat University Heights 2-1. Zach Henson scored both of Hoptown's goals, with one coming off a penalty kick. UHA scored their lone goal off a penalty kick. Hopkinsville improves to 1-0 and will host Murray Thursday. UHA drops to 1-1-1 and will host Lyon County Thursday. Austin Bucko's fourth goal of the year was the lone score in the JV game, won by Hopkinsville 1-0. Houston Stagner picked up the win in goal for the Tiger JV.
- Caldwell County hammered Dawson Springs 6-1
- Christian County shut out Franklin-Simpson 4-0 to run their record to 1-0-1. The Colonels will travel to St. Mary Thursday.