Midcats fall to Crittenden County 8-0
by Scott Brown, Sports Editor Email Scott
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The Trigg County Midcats suffered their second loss of the season Saturday when Crittenden County scored a late touchdown to win 8-0 at Perdue Field.

Jeramie Sarina scored from 22 yards out with just 1:30 left to break the scoreless tie.

Trigg County had trouble getting their offense on track when leading rusher Brandon Bridges suffered a leg injury on the game’s first play and did not return.

The Midcats played Hopkinsville later Saturday as a part of a three-team jamboree. Russellville was slated to participate, but backed out Friday night, leaving the event with three teams.

Bridges was able to rush for 91 yards and two touchdowns as Trigg beat Caldwell County Middle School 14-0 Sept. 28 in Princeton.

Bridges scored on runs of 45 and nine yards, and Dustin Calhoun added 44 yards on the ground.

Calhoun added four tackles on defense, and Josh Adams had an interception.

Trigg County also won the seventh grade game 8-0.

Christian County Middle School handed the Midcats their first loss of the season Sept. 21 at Perdue Field.

Jordan Williams scored on a 25-yard run and a 55-yard punt return to lead CCMS to a 14-8 win over Trigg County.

The Midcats lost three fumbles on offense, but made several big plays on defense to keep the game close.

Ryan Acree, Donald Bush, and Josh Adams each had an interception for the Midcats, while Dustin Calhoun had eight tackles, and Matt Kennedy added five.

Brandon Bridges had 11 carries for 48 yards and had a 5-yard touchdown run. The score was set up by a 60 yards pass from Bush to Acree.

Trigg County won the seventh grade game 24-6 as Jalik Alexander had 130 yards rushing and scoring runs of 37, 46, and 26 yards.

Mitch Rogers hit Trent Parrent on a scoring toss for Trigg’s other score.

Trigg County rolled to a 44-0 win over North Drive Middle School Sept. 16 at the Stadium of Champions.

Brandon Bridges rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns, while Dustin Calhoun added 43 yards and two scores.

Antonio Grubbs rushed for 51 yards and a touchdown.

Dustin Calhoun had five tackles on defense, while Timmy Blakeley added four tackles and recovered a fumble.

Will Stagner scored a 32-yard run and intercepted a pass to help the seventh grade to a 14-0 win over North Drive.

Jordan P’Pool scored Trigg’s other touchdown on a short run.
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