Caldwell County and Hopkinsville scored a pair of shut out wins to advance to Thursday's championship game of the Second Region Girls Soccer Tournament in Princeton.
Hopkinsville got two goals from Brittany Kinnard to beat Trigg County 5-0 in the first semifinal of the evening. Bennett Peck, Payton Bucko, and Hunter Neel each scored goals for Hopkinsville, while Anjel Garjales, Taylor Reid, and Hannah Snyder each had assists. Christiane Soldo and Hayley Rideout combined to get the shutout in goal for the Lady Tigers, who improved to 18-3 with the win.
Trigg County's season comes to an end with a record of 11-6. The eleven wins are a new school record in a season that saw several standards set for the girls' soccer program.
In the other semifinal, Caldwell County blanked University Heights 3-0 to advance to the region title game for the fourth time in five years.
Caldwell County improves to 17-2-1 with the win, while UHA failed in their bid to repeat as region champs and saw their season end with a record of 12-8.
Hopkinsville and Caldwell County will play for the region title Thursday night at 8pm in Princeton. Hopkinsville won the only regular season matchup 2-1 Sept. 10 in Princeton.