Lady ‘Cats drop two in rain-shortened week
by Justin McGill, Executive Editor - jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
May 06, 2009 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Lady Wildcats are no stranger to the rain.

Trigg County went another six days without games last week between a 3-1 loss at Todd County Central last Tuesday and a 12-0 loss Monday against Livingston County Central in a game moved to Lyon County.

The loss to Livingston, a 5th District foe, left Trigg winless against district competition. The two teams were already set for a first-round matchup in the district tournament, with the Lady ‘Cats as the No. 4 seed and Livingston at the top. Trigg will host the tournament, and the time and date will be set at the seed meeting Wednesday.

In Monday’s loss, Trigg’s bats never got started while the Lady Cardinals exploded for 10 runs in the second inning.

Trigg had five baserunners in the contest, but they all came from walks.

Livingston Co. 12, Trigg County 0

Monday @ Eddyville

Liv. 0(10)0 20 – 12 8 1

Trigg 000 00 – 0 0 6

TEAM STATS

Pitching

Trigg: Cain (L) – 5 IP, 3 K,

4 BB

ELKTON – Against Todd County, Trigg left eight runners on base and couldn’t cash in on scoring chances in a 3-1 loss.

Trigg had the bases loaded with one out in the first inning and didn’t score.

In junior varsity action, Trigg won 8-1 for its second victory of the season.

Todd County 3, Trigg County 1

Last Tuesday @ Elkton

Trigg 000 010 0 – 1 5 1

Todd 001 200 x – 3 10 2

TEAM STATS

Pitching

Trigg: Cain (L) – 6 IP, 7 K,

3 BB



Hitting

Trigg: McGee – 2-4, run,

2 stolen bases



Trigg was scheduled to host Russellville on Tuesday (results unavailable at press time).

The Lady ‘Cats are scheduled to play Friday at Caldwell County, Saturday in the Todd County Tournament, Monday at Russellville and Tuesday at home against Fort Campbell.
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