Trigg County shut out Dawson Springs 7-0 Tuesday and set a school record in the process. The shutout win was Trigg's fourth straight, besting the old mark of three set in 1995 and 2006. For the season, Trigg has six shutouts. The school record is 10 set two years ago.
Against Dawson Springs, Aaron Yielding and Colten Bridges each scored twice, and Jared Stallons and Clark Adams each added a goal. Trigg also benefited from an own goal by the Panthers.
Joel Ben Thomas and Romaine Cunningham each had assists for the Wildcats, who improve to 11-0-1 on the season. The 12-game unbeaten start to the season also betters the school record set last year.
Trigg County has a 9-0 career mark against Dawson Springs, including two wins this year by a combined score of 15-0.
The win comes a day after Trigg County scored their first shutout win over Caldwell County in nine years. Jared Stallons scored two goals in the 2-0 win, which gives the Wildcats the inside track for the top seed in the district tournament.
Trigg County returns to action Thursday at home against St. Mary (5-9).
In other games Tuesday:
- Christian County (7-5) won their third game in four chances with a 5-1 win against Caldwell County (5-4-1).
- Marshall County shut out Murray 1-0
- Warren East hammered Russellville 8-1