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.