Ashlee Messmer had an RBI single as part of a two-run sixth inning for Trigg County. The Lady Wildcats had several chances to extend a lead in the game but left 11 runners on base.
Rachel Summers smacked a two-run double in the bottom of the seventh that proved to be the game winner.
Alison Russell struck out 11 and allowed four hits for the Lady Wildcats but was the tough luck loser.
Kayleigh Wilson pitched the seventh inning for the win for Hopkinsville (3-3).
Trigg County (1-5) will host Caldwell County Thursday, while Hopkinsville will host Christian County in their annual cross-town matchup at Hoptown.