Trigg County set a new record with their sixth straight win Tuesday, a 10-0 shutout of Crittenden County at the Complex.
Lauren Frazier scored the hat trick, her sixth straight game with three or more goals. Brittany Schafer added two goals, and Trigg County got goals from Brooklyn Thomas, Ellie Jolly, Carly Dothsuk, Rachel Want, and Shelby Cionko.
Jaycie Sittig and Amanda Want had two assists.
Katie Davis got the shutout in goal, with the game called with 22:23 left.
The win over Crittenden County gives the Lady Wildcats a record of 7-3 -- their best 10-game start in school history. Trigg returns to action Thursday at Mayfield.
In other games Tuesday:
- Hopkinsville beat Warren Central 10-0, setting the mercy rule into motion with 29 minutes left in the game. Lexie Bozell had four goals, and Bennett Peck added three. Payton Bucko, Hannah Snyder, and Kelsey Humphries each had a goal, and Snyder had two assists. Christiane Soldo had the shutout in goal. Hoptown also won the JV game 5-0 behidn two goals from Morgan Watkins. Mallory Smithson and Hallie Killebrew had the shutout. Hopkinsville (8-1-1) plays in the Lady Donley Classic at Madisonville Saturday.
- Christian County (3-5-1) and Lyon County (2-4-1) played to a 2-2 tie.
University Heights Academy defeated Todd County Central 4-0 behind a hat trick from Eden Mack. Jeri Beth Higgins also had a goal for the Lady Blazers (8-1). Layon Atwood had the shut out in goal. UHA also won the JV game 7-1 as Alyson Parker and Connor East each had two goals.