Trigg lost 14-4 at Union County, 9-1 against Russellville, 10-0 at Crittenden County and 15-0 against Christian County but topped Webster County 15-2.
Monday, the Wildcats lost in six innings at Union County. Trigg allowed 12 hits and committed six errors. Alex Sadler was the losing pitcher and added a double at the plate. R.J. Sholar had a single, a double and two runs batted in, Hunter Smillie had a single and a solo home run, and Hunter Allen added a single and an RBI.
A five-run first inning got the ‘Cats off on the right foot Saturday at Webster County. Sadler and Allen each hit homers, and Smillie and Sholar each finished with three hits and three runs scored. Sholar was also the winning pitcher, striking out three in five innings of work.
Trigg’s offense never got started Friday against Russellville. Sadler, Andre Wright and Jared Stallons had the ‘Cats’ only hits, and Sholar scored the only run. Smillie was the losing pitcher, allowing four earned runs and striking out two in five innings.
The ‘Cats had only four hits – one each for Sholar, Sadler, Allen and David Wease – in last Wednesday’s loss at top-5th District seed Crittenden. Allen was the losing pitcher, allowing seven earned runs in four innings on the mound.
Trigg managed only four hits in last Tuesday’s loss to Christian County, all singles by Sholar, Sadler, Stallons and Zack Bridges. Sadler allowed six earned runs in two innings of work and was the losing pitcher.
Trigg was scheduled to play Tuesday at St. Mary (results unavailable at press time) and in the final game of the regular season Thursday at Muhlenberg County. The 5th District Tournament begins Monday (see story on page B4).