Trigg County held off Caldwell County 68-66 to get the rare win over the Lady Tigers Friday night at Wildcat Gym.
The win was Trigg County's third in the last 46 games dating back 20 years.
Alyssa Maxey scored 26 points and hit 7-of-8 free throws in the final two minutes to help the Lady Wildcats hold off Caldwell.
Brooke Kearney scored 12 of her 14 points in the second half on four 3-pointers. She now has 170 for her career and needs just seven more to break the record of 176 held by Wendy Snyder Ahart.
Ashley Matlock added 12 points and eight rebounds.
Casey Stone had 23 points and 15 rebounds for Caldwell County, and Jesse Stone added 18 points and 10 boards. However, the Lady Tigers were done in by 25 turnovers that led to 18 Trigg points.
Trigg County had two different nine point leads in the game, the last at 35-26 in the third quarter. But Caldwell used a 13-4 run at the start of the third quarter to take a 55-50 lead. The fourth quarter alone had five ties and four lead changes.
The win pushes Trigg County's record to 7-15 overall, while Caldwell County falls to 3-19. Caldwell still leads the all-time series 65-19. Trigg's 68 points was the most scored against Caldwell County since a 73-39 win in 1990.
Trigg County returns to action Monday night at home against Hopkins County Central for Senior Night.