Trigg County's Lauren Frazier set a school record with nine goals in Trigg County's 10-0 shutout over district foe Crittenden County Thursday night at the Complex. Her ninth goal came with two minutes left in the game and ended it due to the mercy rule.
Frazier scored all four of Trigg's first half goals as the Lady Wildcats built a 4-0 lead. The other goal for the Lady Wildcats came from Hannah Futrell. Frazier was moved back to defense midway through the second half and still scored a pair of goals from long-range againt the vocal and chippy Lady Rocket defense.
Trigg's defense also rose to the occasion with their first shutout of the season. The Lady Wildcats have allowed just two goals in their first three games.
Trigg County returns to action Saturday in a 10:30am contest with University Heights.
Frazier's nine goals are tied for fourth most in state history. Bardstown's Jennifer Brelage scored 18 goals herself against Campbellsville in 2002. Since the state adopted the 10-goal mercy rule a few years ago, her record seems safe.
Frazier, who tore her ACL in the district championship game last year, also has 124 career goals which moves her into the top 20 on the state's all-time scoring list. Some players within her sights include Caldwell County's Maura Hughes (127), Reidland's April Freeman (130), and Marshall County's Julia Travis (135).