After enjoying a three-year run, Trigg County is once again too big for the All-Classic in all sports.
According to enrollment figures released by the All-A Classic, Trigg County's four-year total is 634 students, which is 30 students above the cutoff line. Only the smallest 120 schools in the state are eligible for the All-A Classic. Caldwell County just makes the cut at 120. Trigg County is 131st and Webster County is 133rd.
The new adjustment means there will be only six teams eligible in the All-A next year -- University Heights (25th smallest), Dawson Springs (37th), Lyon County (58th), Crittenden County (77th), Livingston Central (79th), and Caldwell County (125th).
Trigg County's enrollment total bumped them out of the All-A from 2007-2010.
With the consolidation of the McCracken schools, it was thought Trigg County could survive the enrollment surge but that wasn't the case. And based on the steady increase in enrollment in recent years, it appears Trigg County's days in the All-A Classic are over for good.