Midcats remain perfect
by Scott Brown, Sports Editor Email Scott
Nov 09, 2005 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County evened their eighth girls’ basketball record at 3-3 with a pair of wins last week.

Elysia Brown hit five free throws in overtime to help lead the Lady Midcats to a 34-33 win over Lyon County Nov. 1 at Midcat Gym.

Brown led the Midcats with nine points, while G’teria Acree scored eight points, Audrey Futrell scored six, and Brooke Allen had five.

The game was tied at ten at halftime and led by one after three quarters before Lyon County tied the game at 28-28 after regulation.

Nine different players scored for Trigg County in their 36-12 win at St. Peter and Paul Middle School Nov. 3 in Hopkinsville.

Trigg led 19-10 at halftime and outscored their opponent 17-2 in the second half.

Brooke Allen led Trigg with eight points, while G’teria Acree added seven, Elysia Brown five, and Brooke Kearney scored four points.

Trigg County fell to Hopkinsville Middle 30-20 Halloween Night in Hopkinsville.

G’teria Acree led Trigg County with seven points, while Kara Carneyhan added six points.

Trigg traveled to Dawson Springs on Oct. 25 and fell to the Panthers 36-27.

Elsia Brown led Trigg with ten points, and Annie Woods added eight points.

Meanwhile, the seventh grade girls’ team is off to a 4-2 start after a thrilling 28-27 win at St. Peter and Paul Middle School Nov. 3 in Hopkinsville.

Elysia Brown led Trigg County with 15 points, and Jasmine Davis added three points.

Trigg County used a strong fourth quarter to beat Lyon County 25-19 Nov. 1 at Midcat Gym.

Brown scored 12 of Trigg’s 16 points in the fourth quarter as the Lady Midcats overcame an 11-9 deficit after three quarters.

Brown finished with 15 points, while Davis again added three points.

A slow start did in the seventh grade team Halloween Night in Hopkinsville as a 10-5 lead at halftime turned into a 22-17 HMS win.

Jasmine Davis led Trigg with ten points, and Elysia Brown added five.

Trigg County escaped from Dawson Springs with a 28-26 double-overtime win Oct. 25.

Jasmine Davis led Trigg with 12 points, while Elysia Brown added seven. Eli Sholar scored five, and Amanda Want scored three points.

Trigg County returns to action Thursday at Crittenden County and will play at Lyon County Monday.

Their next home games are Thursday, Nov. 17 against St. Peter and Paul.
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