The Wildcats advanced with a 3-2 win over Madisonville in the semifinals -- a game that was suspended in the first half Wednesday due to weather and continued Thursday. Henderson County advanced with a 5-2 win over Hopkinsville.
The two teams did not meet during the regular season, although they did scrimmage in the preseason. Today's game will be the first soccer game between the two schools.
Trigg County (15-0-4) and St. Xavier are the only two unbeaten soccer teams left in the state. Henderson County is ranked #10 in the latest Kentucky Boys Soccer Coaches Association Poll.
The Colonels (17-3-2) have a balanced attack, with six players scoring eight or more goals this season. Sophomore Nick Gregory leads Henderson with 21 goals and 12 assists.
The Wildcats have four players who have scored more than 10 goals this year, led by senior Blaine Alexander's 27 goals and school record 36 assists.
A Trigg County win would give them their first-ever region title in soccer and a date with Marshall County Tuesday in Draffenville in the first round of the state tournament.
A win would also give Wildcat head coach Josh Nichols his 100th career victory as Trigg County head coach.