The Falcons have won 15 straight playoff games and three straight Class 2A state championships, but it was Trigg County that last beat them in the postseason, winning 28-15 at Fryar Stadium in 2006.
Fort Campbell leads the all-time series 24-12 and has won seven of the last eight meetings.
Fans going to Fort Campbell need to enter through Gate Three and have their proper vehicle information ready.
You can hear the game on the Boomer Network of stations tonight at 6pm. The Trigg County version can be heard on WKDZ 100.9FM and online at www.wkdzradio.com, while the Fort Campbell version will be on WHVO 96.5FM and online at www.oldies1480.com.
In other Class 2A games, Todd County travels to Murray; Caldwell County hosts Hancock County; and Reidland visits Owensboro Catholic.
In Class 1A, Mayfield hosts Caverna; Ballard Memorial travels to Kentucky Country Day; Fulton County heads to Louisville Holy Cross; and Crittenden County hosts Bethlehem.
In Class 3A, Butler County visits Paducah Tilghman; Webster County heads to Edmonson County; McLean County travels to Russellville; and Union County hosts Hart County.
In Class 4A, Warren East heads to Lone Oak; Calloway County visits Franklin-Simpson; and Hopkins County Central hosts Russell County.
In Class 5A, Christian County hosts Barren County in the first round for the second straight year. The Colonels look to end a two-game losing streak tonight in the 7pm game at the Stadium of Champions.
Elsewhere, Madisonville visits Bowling Green; Warren Central hosts Ohio County; and Owensboro entertains Grayson County.
In Class 6A, Marshall County visits Louisville to play Fern Creek; Apollo also heads to Louisville. They will play Male. And Graves County will host Louisville Southern.