Mikayla White scored three goals in a 15 minute span of the first half to lead Caldwell County to a 5-1 win over Trigg County and their third straight girls' soccer district title.
White's outburst were the only goals of the first half as Caldwell built a 3-0 lead.
Savannah Pepper scored on a breakaway four minutes into the second half to give Caldwell a 4-0 lead. The goal was the 100th of Pepper's career at Caldwell .
Trigg County freshman Lauren Frazier put Trigg County on the board on a breakaway goal at the 54:40 mark of the game to cut the deficit to 4-1.
However, Ashlea Holt ended the scoring on a breakaway of her own with five minutes left for the final four-goal margin.
Caldwell outshot Trigg 16-13 in the contest. Katie Davis made six saves for the Lady Wildcats, while Hailey Doom had 11 saves in net for Caldwell County.
Both Caldwell County (16-2-1) and Trigg County (11-5) will advance to next week's region tournament in Princeton.
Trigg County will play Hopkinsville in the semifinals. Hoptown (17-3) beat University Heights 4-2 to win their third straight district title and seventh in the past eight years. Bennett Peck had two goals, and Lexie Bozell and Payton Bucko each had a goal for the Lady Tigers.
UHA (12-7) will play Caldwell County in the other semifinal.
Lauren Frazier races past Caldwell County defender Nikki Payne en route to scoring Trigg County's lone goal of the night.