Here are this week's Kentucky High School Football Rankings from Bluegrasspreps.com.
1. Mayfield vs. 2A Caldwell County 2. Hazard at 5A Clay County 3. Louisville Holy Cross -- OPEN 4. Beechwood at 2A #1 Newport Central Catholic (10/30) 5. Frankfort at 2A #6 Danville 6. Lexington Christian at 2A #9 Corbin 7. Fairview vs. Paintsville (10/28) 8. Crittenden County vs. 2A #4 Murray 9. Raceland -- OPEN 10. Kentucky Country Day at 2A #7 Christian Academy of Louisville
1. Newport Central Catholic vs. 1A #4 Beechwood (10/30) 2. Owensboro Catholic at 6A Daviess County 3. DeSales vs. 6A Southern 4. Murray at 1A #8 Crittenden County 5. Prestonsburg vs. 3A #6 Pike County Central 6. Danville vs. 1A #5 Frankfort 7. Christian Academy-Louisville vs. 1A #10 Kentucky Country Day 8. Glasgow vs. 4A #10 Franklin-Simpson 9. Corbin vs. 1A #6 Lexington Christian 10. Green County vs. 4A Marion County
1. Somerset -- OPEN 2. Paducah Tilghman -- OPEN 3. Central at 6A #10 Pleasure Ridge Park 4. Mason County vs. 4A Greenup County 5. Union County vs. 4A Hopkins County Central 6. Pike County Central at 2A #5 Prestonsburg 7. Sheldon Clark vs. 1A Pikeville 8. Belfry at 5A #6 Johnson Central 9. Breathitt County -- OPEN 10. Russellville at 4A Logan County
1. Bell County at 5A #10 Harlan County 2. Boyle County vs. 5A #3 Christian County 3. Allen County-Scottsville at 2A Monroe County 4. Collins at 6A Madison Central 5. Western vs. 6A #4 Ballard 6. Holmes at Harrison County 7. Knox Central vs. 1A Harlan 8. Lone Oak vs. 2A Heath 9. Lexington Catholic at 6A #1 Trinity 10. Franklin-Simpson at 2A #8 Glasgow
1. Highlands at 6A #5 Ryle (10/28) 2. John Hardin at 6A Central Hardin 3. Christian County at 4A #2 Boyle County 4. Warren Central at 6A Greenwood 5. Bowling Green vs. Barren County 6. Johnson Cental vs. 3A #8 Belfry 7. Pulaski County at 2A Shelby Valley 8. Covington Catholic vs. 6A #2 St. Xavier (10/30) 9. Dixie Heights at 6A Boone County 10. Harlan County vs. 4A #1 Bell County
1. Trinity vs. 4A #9 Lexington Catholic 2. Saint Xavier at 5A #8 Covington Catholic (10/30) 3. Male vs. Manual 4. Ballard at 4A #5 Western 5. Ryle vs. 5A #1 Highlands (10/28) 6. Simon Kenton vs. Scott 7. Eastern at 5A Jeffersontown 8. Seneca - OPEN 9. Henry Clay at Paul Laurence Dunbar 10. Pleasure Ridge Park vs. 3A #3 Central
I've seen some crazy high school football plays, but this one from Louisville last Friday may take the cake. It had a crazy finish full of laterals, a PA announcer declaring the game over in the middle of the play, both fields spilling onto the field too soon, and players hanging from the goal posts after the touchdown was scored. One thing it didn't have? Penalty flags.
The setup: Pleasure Ridge Park leads Butler 41-34 with just 1.8 seconds left and is kicking off to Butler.
Caldwell County and Christian County will meet tonight in the championship game of the Second Region Volleyball Tournament at Henderson County.
Caldwell County beat the host Lady Colonels 25-19, 25-22 in one semifinal, while Christian County beat Livingston Central 25-16, 25-18 in the other semifinal.
For Caldwell County, they ran their record to 16-0 against second region teams, but their win was their closest two set win against a region team this year.
Christian County is advancing to their first region title game in school history.
Caldwell County (33-3) and Christian County (29-10) meet tonight at 7pm for the region title.
Caldwell County, the defending region champion, beat Christian County in three sets in their only regular season matchup. Christian County won the first set 25-21, before Caldwell won the last two 25-19 and 25-12.
Caldwell has won eight straight games against Christian County dating back to the 2006 region tournament.
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.
Trigg County hosts Hopkinsville tonight with the championship of the Second Region Tournament on the line.
Tonight's game is at 7pm at the Complex.
Trigg County (21-0-1) is the lone unbeaten soccer team in the state. Hopkinsville is 16-1-6 and suffered their lone loss to Trigg County 2-0 back on Sept. 28. Since that game, Hoptown has won four straight games and tied one, outscoring their opponents 23-2.
Trigg County is making their first region title appearance in nine years and looking for their first soccer region title.
Hopkinsville last won the region title in 2007 and have won four region titles in the past decade.
The Second Region winner will host the Third Region champion next Tuesday. Henderson County (16-3-5) plays at Daviess County (13-9-1) Thursday night at 7pm.
Hopkinsville and University Heights moved into the championship game of the Girls Second Region Soccer Tournament following semifinal wins Tuesday night.
Hopkinsville beat Trigg County 10-0, and UHA surprised Caldwell County 5-4 in overtime.
Bennett Peck scored five goals to lead the Lady Tigers to the mercy rule win, with the game ending just under six minutes into the second half. Anjel Grajales added two goals, and Samantha Michaud, Lexie Bozell, and Savannah Young each had a goal. Hannah Snyder and Kelsey Humphries each had two assists, and Christiane Soldo and Brittany Kinnard shared the shutout in goal.
Trigg County's season ends with a record of 8-12-1. It was Trigg's third straight appearance in the region tournament with all three ending with first round losses to Hopkinsville.
In the opener, Eden Mack scored in overtime to help UHA beat Caldwell County 5-4. Mack finished with a hat trick, while Allyson Parker scored the other goal for the Lady Blazers. Parker, Sally Morse, and Meg Thalmann had the assists, and Layton Atwood got the win in goal.
Anna Nix and Ashlea Holt each had two goals for Caldwell County (17-3-1).
Hopkinsville (17-3-1) and University Heights (12-4-3) will meet Thursday night at 7pm at the Stadium of Champions for the region title.
The Second Region Volleyball Tournament moves to the semifinal round tonight at Henderson County High School.
Monday, Caldwell County beat Trigg County 25-9, 25-7 to end Trigg's season with a record of 7-16. Also Monday, Henderson County beat Fort Campbell 25-18, 25-8 to advance, ending the Lady Falcons' season with a record of 17-11.
Last night, Christian County beat Union County 25-13, 25-4 to make their first regionn semifinal appearance in three years.
Casey Castile had 6 kills, 3 aces and 1 assist.
Bailey Joiner had 6 assists, 5 aces, 1 block and 1 kill.
Michelle O'Quinn had 4 aces, 2 blocks and 1 kill.
Kayla Wade had a .923 passing %.
Courtney Baker had 1 kill and 1 ace.
Katie Rogers had 2 aces.
Zatoria Leavell had 1 kill and 1 assist.
Christian County improves to 28-10 and will play Livingston Central, who surprised Madisonville in three sets 25-27, 26-24, 25-16.
In tonight's 6pm semifinal, Caldwell County (32-3) plays Henderson County (19-16). Caldwell swept the season series from the Lady Colonels.
At 7:15pm, Christian County (28-10) plays Livingston Central (16-14). The teams did not meet during the regular season.
The championship game will be Thursday night at 7pm.
Trigg County and Hopkinsville moved into the finals of the Boys Second Region Soccer Tournament after they both scored semifinal wins Monday night at the Complex.
Hopkinsville hammered Caldwell County 6-0, while Trigg County edged Christian County 2-1.
The Wildcats made a pair of first half goals stand up and held off a Colonel flurry down the stretch to advance to their first region title game in nine years.
Jared Stallons scored both goals 18 minutes into the contest to stake Trigg to a 2-0 lead. Colten Bridges and Aaron Yielding had assists on the goals.
The Trigg County defense, led by Zach Adams, Ethan Sweno, Clark Adams, and Caleb Simmons, kept the area in front of the net clear from goalie Kevin Latham, who made seven saves in goal.
Christian County cut the lead in half when Mitch West scored his 45th goal of the season off a crossing pass with 9:45 left.
Trigg County was outshot in the game 13-11, including 8-3 in the second half, but had enough down the stretch to hold off the Colonels (11-13).
Trigg County improved to 21-0-1 and is the only unbeaten soccer team in the state. The win was their 11th home win of the season which sets a new school record.
Hopkinsville didn't have near the drama, hammering Caldwell County 6-0. Zach Henson had two goals, and Austin Bucko and Chance Joyce each had a goal and an assist. Trey Upton had four saves in goal for Hoptown, who held Caldwell without a shot on goal in the first half.
Hopkinsville (16-1-6) and Trigg will meet Wednesday at 7pm for the region title. Trigg is making their first region title game appearance since 2001 and looking for their first region title. Hopkinsville last won the region title in 2007
Trigg County hosts the Boys Second Region Soccer Tournament that begins tonight at the Complex.
Hopkinsville (15-1-6) and Caldwell County (7-12-2) meet in the 6pm opener. Hoptown won the first game between the two this season 6-3, but the teams battled to a 1-1 tie on Oct. 5. The Tigers last appeared in the region tournament in 2007 when they beat University Heights for the title.
Caldwell County is in the region tourney for the eighth straight year but have never advanced to the championship game.
The 8pm nightcap features two teams that have never won a region title, but have legitimate shots this year. Trigg County (20-0-1) meets Christian County (11-12). The teams met once on Sept. 30 with the Wildcats winning 2-1. Tonight's game will be the 22nd between the schools, with Trigg County owning a 10-8-3 advantage. Trigg hasn't lost to the Colonels since 1997.
The Wildcats are looking to bounce back quickly from Friday's district championship game victory that lasted 110 minutes and two shootout periods. The big key will be to contain Christian County's Mitch West, who has scored 44 goals in 20 games this year.
If Hopkinsville beats Caldwell County tonight, the championship game will be played Wednesday night at 6pm. If Caldwell wins, the title game will likely be moved to Thursday.
All games will be played at the Complex, with tickets five dollars each.
The Second Region Volleyball Tournament gets underway tonight at Henderson County with two games on tap.
Seventh District champ and defending region champ Caldwell County hosts Fifth District runner-up Trigg County at 6pm. The two former district mates are meeting in the region tourney for the first time. Caldwell County is 31-3 and is 14-0 against region opponents this year. The Lady Tigers have won two of the last three region titles.
Trigg County (7-15) is in the region tournament for the fourth time and the first since 2005. Trigg has never won a game in three previous appearances.
At 7:15pm, Sixth District champ Henderson County (18-16) plays Eighth District runner-up Fort Campbell (17-10). The teams did not meet during the regular season and haven't played each other since the 2007 region tournament.
The first round continues Tuesday at 6pm with Eighth District champ Christian County (27-10) playing Sixth District runner-up Union County (11-16). The Lady Colonels are looking for their first win in the region tournament in three years. Christian and Union did not play each other this season.
In the 7:15pm nightcap, Fifth District champ Livingston Central (15-14) plays Seventh District runner-up Madisonville (19-16). The teams split their two regular season contests.
The semifinals will be played Wednesday at 6pm and 7:15pm with the championship game set for Thursday at 7pm.
All games are at Henderson County High School, and tickets are five dollars.
Trigg County outlasted Caldwell County in the second shootout round to win their second-ever district soccer title and first in nine years.
Tied 2-2, the teams played two overtime periods. Still tied, they went to a shootout round, with both teams scoring in four of five chances. In the next sudden death shootout round, Trigg scored and won the game when goalie Kevin Latham made a save on a Caldwell shot.
The final score is listed as 3-2, giving Trigg County their 20th win in 21 games. Their first game of the season ended in a 3-3 tie. The 20 wins is a school record and the 20 consecutive wins is tied for 10th longest in state soccer history.
Colten Bridges scored both of Trigg County's goals in regulation. The first just two minutes into the game and the second with about nine minutes left. Both times Caldwell County answered with a goal less than two minutes later.
The district title is the second for the soccer program and the first since 2001 when the Wildcats beat Lyon County for the title.
Both Trigg County (20-0-1) and Caldwell County (7-12-2) will advance to next week's Second Region Tournament to be held at the Trigg County Recreation Complex.
Hat tip to Jason Strickland for pointing this out...
Ole Miss has a new mascot to replace the controversial Rebel colonel that was popular for decades. The Black Bear will be the new Ole Miss mascot roaming the sidelines of football and basketball games. Ole Miss will still be known as the Rebels.
The new black bear mascot was chosen by the Ole Miss student body after a vote. And after looking at the breakdown of voting, it's obvious the Mathematicians were not an option. Check out the second paragraph of the press release from the University of Mississippi web site. The Back Bear got 62-percent of the vote. The Land Shark drew 56-percent. The Hotty Toddy got 42-percent of the vote.
The 160-percent turnout is one that would make Chicago elections proud.
The Third and Fourth District Soccer Tournaments continue tonight with three champions expected to be crowned.
In the Third District at the Stadium of Champions, the girls title game between Hopkinsville and University Heights will be played at 5:30pm. Hopkinsville (15-3-1) is the defending district and region champion, having beaten UHA (11-3-3) 5-1 in their only meeting Sept. 23.
The boys title game is at 7:30 and pits crosstown rivals Hopkinsville (14-1-6) and Christian County (11-11). Hoptown won the only regular season meeting 11-1 on Sept. 9. The Tigers are looking for their first district title since 2007. Christian County has never won a boys soccer district title, although they lost to Hoptown in three straight district title games from 2003-05.
In the Fourth District, the girls title game will be played tonight at 5:30pm as Caldwell County (16-2-1) looks to defend their district title against Trigg County (8-10-1) at the Complex.
Caldwell County won the only regular season matchup 6-3 on Aug. 26 and have won all 12 career meetings with the Lady Wildcats.
The Fourth District Boys Tournament officially gets underway tonight at Tradewater Park in Dawson Springs. The tournament began Tuesday but was postponed to tonight because of lightning.
Trigg County takes an 18-0-1 mark into the 6pm game with the host Panthers (4-13-1). Despite finishing the season unbeaten with a school record 18 wins, it wasn't good enough to be included in the state soccer rankings or even receive consideration.
Trigg won both regular season games by a combined score of 15-0.
The other semifinal has Caldwell County (6-11-2) playing Lyon County (9-6-3) at 8pm. Each team beat the other during the season by identical 4-3 scores.
The championship game will be Friday at 5:30pm. The winner of the district tournament will host the region tournament next week.
Lightning caused the Fourth District Boys Soccer Tournament to be postponed to Thursday. Trigg was leading Dawson Springs 1-0 early in the first half when the game was halted.
That means the two teams will play their semifinal matchup Thursday in Dawson Springs. Caldwell County and Lyon County will meet in the other semifinal.
The championship game is now scheduled for Friday night.
While other teams in the area play games on Wednesdays, both Lyon County and Dawson Springs have long been against the practice in all sports. I'm not sure how that factored into the decision to skip Wednesday and continue the tournament Thursday.
Should Trigg County advance to the district title game, it means both the soccer game and football game at Heath will be played simultaneously.
In the Third District Tournament, Christian County beat Fort Campbell 3-1 to advance to the title game. The Colonels improve to 11-11, while Fort Campbell falls to 8-7-2.
The Colonels will play Hopkinsville, a 6-0 winner over Todd County Central. Hoptown is now 14-1-6 on the season.
The championship game will be played Thursday at 7:30pm at the Stadium of Champions.
Hopkinsville and University Heights made quick work of their opponents in the semifinals of the Third District Girls Soccer Tournament at the Stadium of Champions.
Hopkinsville got a hat trick from Bennett Peck and two goals and three assists from Lexie Bozell to beat Christian County 6-0. Payton Bucko had the other goal for Hoptown, and Bucko and Karessa Gorman each had an assist.
Christiane Soldo had the shutout in goal for the Lady Tigers (15-3-1).
Christian County's season ends at 13-7-2.
In the other semifinal, University Heights beat Fort Campbell 6-2. Eden Mack scored a pair of goals for the Lady Blazers (11-3-3), and Sally Morse, Shelby Martin, Eden Thalmann, and Allyson Parker each scored one goal each.
Fort Campbell's season ends at 10-9-2.
Hopkinsville and UHA meet for the district title Thursday night at 5:30pm at the Stadium of Champions.
Trigg County snapped a 10-game losing streak to Crittenden County to advance to the Fifth District Volleyball Tournament championship game. Trigg lost to Livingston Central in the title game, but will advance to next week's Second Region Tournament at Henderson County.
Trigg County opened with a 25-20, 25-13 win over Crittenden County. The win snapped a 27-game losing streak to district teams dating back to 2007. It also snapped a 10-game losing streak to the Lady Rockets, including five straight in Marion.
In the championship game, Trigg lost the first game to Livingston Central 25-11. They battled in the second game before falling 29-27.
Trigg County (7-15) and Livingston Central (15-14) both advance to next week's Second Region Tournament at Henderson County. Trigg will either play Sixth District champ Henderson County, Seventh District champ Caldwell County, or Eighth District champ Christian County.
It will be Trigg's fourth trip to the region tournament, with the Lady Wildcats winless in their previous three visits.
Morgan Parker, Samantha Harper, and Brittany Hallgren (right) were named to the All-Disrict Team.
Thanks to Darrie Parker for the pictures.
Meanwhile, Christian County won their third straight district title with a 25-14, 25-27, 25-22 win over Fort Campbell in the Eighth District title game at Fort Campbell.
"We played very well in the first set. In the 2nd and 3rd sets, Ft. Campbell did a good job of attacking and digging balls that we hit well," said CCHS head coach Rick Erickson. "Both liberos dug balls that appeared to be down. It was a very good defensive match. We were able to dig deep and make the big plays late in the 3rd set when it mattered most."
Michelle O'Quinn had 15 kills, 3 aces and 2 blocks. Casey Castile had 9 kills, 1 block and 1 ace. Courtney Baker had 7 blocks, 2 kills and 1 assist. Bailey Joiner had 28 assists, 3 blocks and 2 kills. Zatoria Leavell had 3 kills and 2 blocks. Nicole Brown had 2 kills, 1 block and 1 ace. Kayla Wade had 1 ace and .824 passing %.
Members of the "All-District Team" from Christian County are: Casey Castile, Michelle O'Quinn, Kayla Wade, Courtney Baker, Nicole Brown, and Zatoria Leavell.
Christian County is now 27-10. Fort Campbell falls to 17-10.
Elsewhere, Caldwell County (31-3) won their fourth straight district title, winning the 7th District title 25-13, 25-15.
Henderson County (18-16) beat Union County 25-17, 25-15 to win the 6th District title.
Trigg County plays host to the Girls Fourth District Tournament that gets underway tonight at the Trigg County Recreation Complex.
Defending district champion Caldwell County (15-2-1) opens play at 6pm against Crittenden County (0-15), a team they beat 9-0 during the regular season.
The 8pm nightcap has host Trigg County (7-10-1) playing Lyon County (5-8-1) in the other semifinal. Trigg's last win came Sept. 14 over Crittenden County -- a span of eight games. They beat Lyon County 5-1 on Aug. 31 but lost to them 2-1 on Sept. 21.
The championship is Thursday at 5:30pm at the Complex.
Meanwhile, the Third District Tournament also begins tonight at the Stadium of Champions in Hopkinsville.
Christian County (12-6-2) plays Todd County Central (4-14-1) at 7:30pm. The Lady Colonels beat Todd twice in the regular season, winning 4-0 on Aug. 31 and 5-1 Sept. 25 in the Lady Colonel Showcase.
The winner moves into Tuesday's semifinal against Hopkinsville (14-3-1).
The other semifinal has University Heights (10-3-3) facing Fort Campbell (10-8-2). UHA opened the season with an 8-4 win over Fort Campbell but the teams played to a 1-1 tie last Monday.
The championship game will be played Thursday at 5:30pm.
The Stadium of Champions is the site of the Boys Third District Soccer Tournament that begins tonight.
Todd County (6-10-3) plays University Heights (8-8-2) at 5:30pm. UHA won both regular season matchups -- 4-0 on Sept. 13 and 3-1 last Monday. The Rebels have won five of their last eight matches with a tie included, while UHA enters the postseason winners of six of their last eight games with a tie included.
The winner plays top seed Hopkinsville (13-1-6) in one semifinal. The other semifinal has Christian County (10-11) facing Fort Campbell (8-6-2). The championship game will be Thursday at 7:30pm.
Meanwhile, the Fourth District Tournament starts Tuesday night at Tradewater Park in Dawson Springs. Trigg County takes an 18-0-1 mark into the 6pm game with the host Panthers (4-13-1). Despite finishing the season unbeaten with a school record 18 wins, it wasn't good enough to be included in the state soccer rankings or even receive consideration.
Trigg won both regular season games by a combined score of 15-0.
The other semifinal has Caldwell County (6-11-2) playing Lyon County (9-6-3) at 8pm. Each team beat the other during the season by identical 4-3 scores.
The championship game will be Thursday at 8pm. The winner of the district tournament will host the region tournament next week.
The Eighth District Volleyball Tournament gets underway tonight at Fort Campbell High School.
Top seed Christian County (25-10) plays University Heights (1-20) in the 5:30pm opener. Christian County won both regular season matchups -- 25-11, 25-20 on Aug. 24 and 25-9, 25-9 on Sept. 16.
In the 7pm nightcap, second seed Fort Campbell (16-9) plays three seed Hopkinsville (14-11). The Lady Falcons won the first matchup 25-23, 25-10 on Aug. 12. Hoptown won the return match 25-23, 25-22 on Sept. 7.
The championship game is set for Tuesday at 7pm. Both the winner and the runner-up will advance to next week's region tournament to be hosted by the Sixth District champion.
Meanwhile, Crittenden County is the host of the Fifth District Tournament that will be played Tuesday. Crittenden County (12-9) plays Trigg County (6-14) at 6pm. The winner plays Livingston Central (14-14) in the 7:15pm championship game.
Crittenden County swept the regular season matches, winning in three sets both times. In both games, Trigg County won the first set before dropping the final two. Incredibly, in the six games played in two matches between the teams, no game has been decided by more than three points.
Trigg County got their first district win of the year and should be no worse than a three seed in the football playoffs following their 47-35 win over Reidland at Perdue Field.
Trigg jumped out to a 33-0 halftime lead before seeing the Greyhounds twice cut the lead to 12 points in the fourth quarter.
The Wildcats outgained Reidland 463-272. However, Reidland returned a fumble and a blocked punt for touchdowns.
Hakeem Tyler returned a punt 75 yards for a touchdown to open the scoring. It was Trigg's first punt return for a TD in two years.
Andrew Stewart was 14-of-31 passing for 233 yards and a career high four touchdowns. Nick Watkins caught eight passes for 169 yards and two scores. Akeem Wilson and Jaron Gilbert also caught TD passes.
Wilson also ran for 180 yards on 14 carries and a score.
Reidland was held to 40 yards rushing on 29 carries. Carlos Rayburn had six catches for 187 yards and two touchdowns. He also returned a punt for a score.
Trigg County is 2-5 overall and 1-2 in the district. Reidland drops to 4-3 overall and 1-2 in the district.
The Wildcats close out the district part of their schedule next Friday at Heath.
Other tidbits on the game...
Akeem Wilson's 180 rushing yards was a career high and the most from a Wildcat since Dillion Cionko rushed for 259 against Owensboro Catholic last year.
Andrew Stewart last week became the first Wildcat in four years to top 300 yards of total offense. He had 276 against the Greyhounds -- 233 passing and 43 rushing.
Stewart's four touchdown passes was a career high and the most for a Wildcat quarterback in two years.
Stewart was 14-of-31 passing -- the first Wildcat to throw 30 passes in a game since Ian Stites in 2002.
Nick Watkins hauled in a career high 169 yards on eight catches. He is the first Wildcat to top 100 yards receiving in two years.
Trigg had 463 yards of offense -- topping 400 yards for the second straight week.
Trigg was 7-of-15 on third down conversions. Reidland was 2-of-12.
The Wildcats came into the game with three sacks on the season. They had three against Reidland.
Reidland's 35 points is the most scored on the Wildcats in 18 career meetings.
Friday's game is likely the last against Reidland, with Trigg moving up to 3A next year and no indication that the Greyhounds will appear on next year's schedule before they consolidate into McCracken County High School in 2012. Trigg County was 16-2 against Reidland.
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