Trigg County puts their unbeaten mark on the line tonight as they host Hopkinsville in a Region 2 soccer contest tonight at the Complex.
The Wildcats tied University Heights 2-2 Saturday, running their record to 12-0-4 on the season. It's the first time since 2007 (Hopkins Central) that Trigg County has tied a team twice in the same season. It also marked the first time in 15 games that the Wildcats allowed more than one goal in a game.
Hopkinsville, who is ranked 19th in the state, brings a 15-4 record into tonight's game but have lost consecutive games to Henderson County and Madisonville.
Tonight's game features two of the top scorers in the state in Trigg County's Blaine Alexander and Hopkinsville's Austin Bucko, while Alexander and Hoptown's Zach Childress are in the state's top three in assists.
Hopkinsville leads the all-time series with Trigg County 18-2-1.
Admission to tonight's game is two dollars and youth soccer players get into the game for free. Gametime is 7pm.