Both the boys and girls will play a four-game round-robin format, with the tournament champion to be determined by the team with the best record.
The four girls' teams will be making their first appearance at the KME Classic, while Butler County and Dawson Springs return for a second time. Reidland and Stewart County, Tennessee are making their first appearance.
The field appears to be wide open with no teams owning a winning record.
The girls' field is perhaps the toughest to take part in the KME Classic, with three of the five teams bringing a .500 or better record into the tournament.
All of the games involving Trigg County can be heard on WKDZ 100.9 FM and online at www.wkdzradio.com.
Here is the lineup of games for this week at Wildcat Gym.