Zach Henson scored two goals, including the game-winner with 1:03 left in the game, to send Hopkinsville past Trigg County 2-1 in the Boys Second Region Soccer Tournament at the Complex.
Hopkinsville now will host the subsectional contest next week against the winner of Thursday's Henderson County/Daviess County game.
Henson gave Hopkinsville the lead when he found the right corner of the net with 1:23 left before halftime.
Trigg County tied the game at 1-1 when Blaine Alexander banged home a rebound with 12:19 left in the game.
Both teams had a few more chances, but Henson controlled a pass and fired home the game winner with 1:03 left to give the Tigers their fifth region title since 2000.
Hoptown outshot Trigg 22-14 in the contest. Trigg goalie Kevin Latham made 11 saves, including several at point blank range. Trey Upton had nine saves for Hoptown.
For Trigg County, their season ends with a school record 21 wins. The loss was their first and only of the season to go with a season-opening tie with Fort Campbell.
Hopkinsville improves to 17-1-6 on the season. Head coach Ryan Amerson was a player on Hopkinsville's 2000 region title team.
Hopkinsville is now 17-2-1 all-time against Trigg County.
Members of the All-Second Region team were Blaine Alexander, Kevin Latham, Joel Ben Thomas, and Aaron Yielding from Trigg County; Zach Adams, Jonathon Martin, and Brett Seymore from Caldwell County; Josh Knight, Mitch Mosier, and Mitch West from Christian County; and Austin Bucko, Zach Henson, Chance Joyce, Jerome Soldo, and Trey Upton from Hopkinsville.
For some reason, Jared Stallons, who scored both of Trigg's goals Monday in the opener and led the Wildcats with 25 goals on the season, was left off the all-region team.
Wildcat seniors Kevin Latham, Caleb Simmons, Zach Adams, Ethan Sweno, Joel Ben Thomas, Jared Stallons, Trevor Cook, Aaron Yielding, and Devon Wharton finish their careers with a four-year record of 55-17-9, which is the best for any senior class in TCHS history. The old mark was 48 wins from 1998-2001.