Trigg jumped out to a 33-0 halftime lead before seeing the Greyhounds twice cut the lead to 12 points in the fourth quarter.
The Wildcats outgained Reidland 463-272. However, Reidland returned a fumble and a blocked punt for touchdowns.
Hakeem Tyler returned a punt 75 yards for a touchdown to open the scoring. It was Trigg's first punt return for a TD in two years.
Andrew Stewart was 14-of-31 passing for 233 yards and a career high four touchdowns. Nick Watkins caught eight passes for 169 yards and two scores. Akeem Wilson and Jaron Gilbert also caught TD passes.
Wilson also ran for 180 yards on 14 carries and a score.
Reidland was held to 40 yards rushing on 29 carries. Carlos Rayburn had six catches for 187 yards and two touchdowns. He also returned a punt for a score.
Trigg County is 2-5 overall and 1-2 in the district. Reidland drops to 4-3 overall and 1-2 in the district.
The Wildcats close out the district part of their schedule next Friday at Heath.
Other tidbits on the game...
- Akeem Wilson's 180 rushing yards was a career high and the most from a Wildcat since Dillion Cionko rushed for 259 against Owensboro Catholic last year.
- Andrew Stewart last week became the first Wildcat in four years to top 300 yards of total offense. He had 276 against the Greyhounds -- 233 passing and 43 rushing.
- Stewart's four touchdown passes was a career high and the most for a Wildcat quarterback in two years.
- Stewart was 14-of-31 passing -- the first Wildcat to throw 30 passes in a game since Ian Stites in 2002.
- Nick Watkins hauled in a career high 169 yards on eight catches. He is the first Wildcat to top 100 yards receiving in two years.
- Trigg had 463 yards of offense -- topping 400 yards for the second straight week.
- Trigg was 7-of-15 on third down conversions. Reidland was 2-of-12.
- The Wildcats came into the game with three sacks on the season. They had three against Reidland.
- Reidland's 35 points is the most scored on the Wildcats in 18 career meetings.
- Friday's game is likely the last against Reidland, with Trigg moving up to 3A next year and no indication that the Greyhounds will appear on next year's schedule before they consolidate into McCracken County High School in 2012. Trigg County was 16-2 against Reidland.