Trigg County continues to establish a new standard for girls' soccer as they beat Lyon County 3-2 Tuesday night in the semifinals of the Fourth District Soccer Tournament in Marion.
The Lady Wildcats have already set a school record for wins and will be looking for their first district title on Thursday.
Lauren Frazier scored Trigg County's first goal about three minutes before halftime. Lyon County answered less than two minutes into the second half to tie the game at 1-1.
Brooklyn Thomas gave Trigg County a 2-1 lead six minutes into the second half, but Shelby Snow scored just two minutes later to tie the game at 2-2.
Frazier scored the game-winning goal with about 12 minutes left, and the Lady Wildcat defense played strong down the stretch.
Winn assisted on two of the goals, and Katie Davis had eight saves in goal as Trigg County improved to 11-4 on the season. Lyon County's season ends with a record of 6-10-2.
Trigg County will play Caldwell County in Thursday's title game. Caldwell easily dispatched of Crittenden County 10-0 to run their record to 15-2-1.
Thursday's title game starts at 8pm in Marion, and both teams will advance to next week's region tournament with Thursday's winner to host the event.
In the Third District, Hopkinsville beat Fort Campbell 10-0 to advance to Thursday's championship game. Bennett Peck scored four goals, while Lexie Bozell scored three goals, Josie Stewart had two, and Lexi Sabatino had one. Peck also had two assists.
Christiane Soldo and Hayley Rideout combined for the shutout in goal.
The win moves Hopkinsville to 16-3 on the season and establishes a new school record for wins in a season.
Hoptown will play the winner of tonight's Christian County/UHA game in Thursday's championship game.