Trigg County's losing streak in their house of horrors continued Tuesday night as Crittenden County hammered the Lady Wildcats 60-31 in Marion.
Trigg County is 0-7 against the Lady Rockets in Rocket Arena and 0-9 in the building since it opened.
Critenden County led 14-7 after one quarter and used a 21-8 second quarter run to lead 35-15 at halftime. Trigg managed just four points in the third quarter and trailed 52-19.
Eighth grader Le'Onzerrae Grubbs led Trigg County with 13 points. Alyssa Maxey added five points, and Mallory Mize and Brooke Kearney each scored four points. Ashley Matlock, Trigg's leading scorer, was held to two points.
Crittenden County (8-3, 4-0) got 20 points from Jessi Hodge and 10 more from Laken Tabor.
Trigg County falls to 3-10 on the season and 0-4 in the district. The 29-point loss equals their largest margin of the season.
The Lady Wildcats will host Lyon County Friday. The Lady Lyons knocked off Livingston Central 61-54.
Crittenden County 4-0 (8-3)
Livingston Central 2-2 (8-5)
Lyon County 2-2 (6-3)
Trigg County 0-4 (3-10)