Annie Woods scored ten points to lead the Lady Midcats to a 30-19 win in Cadiz.
Brooke Kearney added six points, and Elysia Brown scored four.
Meanwhile, Trigg County was outscored 7-3 in the fourth quarter of their Oct. 25 game against Dawson Springs and lost 22-19 at Midcat Gym.
Keanrey led the way this time with eight points, while Brown added five.
The seventh graders also played the Dawson Springs eighth graders and lost 17-9.
Olivia Higgins scored three points to lead Trigg County.
The seventh graders are playing both a seventh grade and eighth grade schedule because the eighth graders are on the varsity roster this year.
Trigg County knocked off Livingston Central’s seventh graders 22-16 Oct. 21, holding LCMS to one point in the first half.
Annie Woods scored eight points to lead Trigg, while Audrey Futrell and Brooke Allen each scored four points.
Livingston won the eighth grade game 43-9 as Jasmine Davis scored five points to lead TCMS.
Trigg County opened the season Oct. 18 with a 16-9 loss to the seventh graders from Dawson Springs.
Brooke Allen led Trigg with four points.
Dawson also won the eighth grade game 32-25.
Audrey Futrell led Trigg with six points. Brooke Allen, Brooke Kearney, and Annie Woods each scored four points.
Trigg County returns to action Thursday night, hosting Crittenden County at 5:30 p.m.
The middle school boys next play at Crittenden County Tuesday at 5:30 p.m.