The Lady Midcats overcame a slow start to outscore the Lady Saints 11-3 in the second quarter and 15-5 in the fourth quarter.
Brooke Kearney hit three 3-pointers and led Trigg with a season-high 11 points. Audrey Futrell scored eight points, and Elysia Brown added six for the Lady Midcats, who also got two points each from G’Teria Acree, Brooke Allen, Olivia Higgins, Ellie Jolly, and Eli Sholar.
Trigg County used an 8-3 fourth quarter run to hold off Lyon County 14-11 Nov. 14 in Eddyville.
G’Teria Acree scored four of her six points in the final quarter, while Audrey Futrell scored all three of her points in the final frame.
Annie Woods added three points, and Brooke Kearney added two for the Lady Midcats, who overcame a 4-of-15 performance at the free throw line.
Sidney Green led Lyon County with six points.
Meanwhile, the Lady Midcats played without two starters and fell to Crittenden County 37-22 Nov. 12 in Marion.
Crittenden led 7-2 after one quarter and 17-4 by halftime.
Annie Woods led TCMS with eight points, while Brooke Allen added four points.
Kara Carneyhan, G’Teria Acree, Brooke Kearney, Shayla Gude, and Haley Thomas each scored two points.
Misty Wallace scored 14 points to lead Crittenden County.
Dawson Springs used a 9-2 second quarter run to beat Trigg County for the second time this year, 35-24 Nov. 8 at Midcat Gym.
Despite the slow start, Trigg County trailed just 18-15 at halftime, but Dawson Springs Middle outscored Trigg 10-5 in the third quarter to take command.
G’Teria Acree led Trigg County with eight points, while Audrey Futrell and Brooke Kearney each scored six points, and Brooke Allen and Kara Carneyhan each scored two points.
Like the eighth grade team, the seventh grade Lady Midcats evened their record at 5-5 with a come-from-behind 25-20 win over St. Peter and Paul Middle School Nov. 17 at Midcat Gym.
Trigg trailed 8-2 after one quarter, but used a 9-1 second quarter run to take an 11-9 halftime lead and never looked back.
Elysia Brown scored six of her team-high 11 points in the fourth quarter, including 4-of-5 at the free throw line. She finished 9-of-12 at the line for the game.
Kristian Wortham added six points, and Olivia Higgins scored three points. Lauren Holloway and Ellie Jolly both scored two points, and Shakandace Malone scored one point.
Lyon County outscored the Lady Midcats 11-2 in the fourth quarter to avenge an earlier season loss and beat Trigg County 19-13 Nov. 14 Eddyville.
Lyon County was aided by a 19-2 free throw advantage on their home court. Lyon hit 7-of-19, while Trigg was 0-for-2.
Amanda Want hit a three-pointer to lead Trigg in scoring, while Ellie Jolly Shakandace Malone, Amanda McGee, Karlie Stewart, and Ahgeana Bailey each scored two points.
Aubrey Riggs scored 14 points to pace Lyon County’s scoring effort.
Crittenden County jumped out to a 19-2 halftime lead and never took the foot off the pedal in a 31-6 win Nov. 10 in Marion.
Jasmine Davis, Alaysia Radford, and Courtlyn Sholar each scored two points for Trigg County.
Kari Buntin led Crittenden County with nine points.
Trigg County failed to score in the first half, and that led to their downfall in a 25-21 loss to Dawson Springs Nov. 8 in Cadiz.
Neither team scored in the first quarter, but Dawson Springs scored ten in the second frame to lead 10-0 at halftime. Trigg outscored Dawson 21-15 in the second half but fell short.
Elysia Brown led Trigg County with 13 points, while Jasmine Davis, Eli Sholar, Olivia Higgins, and Shakandace Malone each scored two points.
Trigg County now begins a stretch of four consecutive home games.
They hosted Livingston Central Monday and will host UHA this Monday in an eighth grade game at 5:30 p.m. at Midcat Gym.
Trigg will host Crittenden County Tuesday and Hopkinsville Middle on Dec. 1.