The win came two days after a 58-41 loss to McLean County (stats on page B4) and three days before a meeting at Lyon County, a game rescheduled due to weather two weeks ago.
If Trigg (9-6 overall, 3-2 in 5th District) wins Thursday in Eddyville, it will force a coin flip to determine the top seed in the district tournament. Crittenden County, which will host the tournament next month, finished its district slate with a 4-2 mark.
A Lyon County win would set up another Trigg/Lyon meeting in the first round. Livingston Central has clinched the No. 4 seed.
Monday, Trigg weathered an early barrage of Lady Greyhound three-pointers to turn a three-point deficit into an eight-point advantage by the end of the first quarter. Reidland closed the gap to five at one point in the second quarter, but the Lady Wildcats held a 24-10 advantage in the third quarter and continued to widen the gap from there.
Ashley Matlock scored 30 points to lead all scorers and also led in rebounding on the night with 11. Audrey Futrell (13 points, game-high eight assists and six steals), Alyssa Maxey (11 points) and Morgan Parker (10 points) all scored in double figures for Trigg.
The Lady ‘Cats are also scheduled for games Friday at Fort Campbell and Saturday at Carlisle County before hosting Stewart County, Tenn., on Monday and St. Mary on Tuesday.