Both squads endured a pair of close losses against Lyon County Thursday at Midcat Gym.
The eighth grade team, comprised of seventh graders, lost 16-13 to see their record drop to 2-6 on the season.
Meanwhile, the seventh grade team lost 18-13 to fall to 1-5.
In the eighth grade game, Trigg County didn’t score in the second and third quarters but still found themselves tied 6-6 heading into the fourth quarter.
Elysia Brown led Trigg County with six points, while Olivia Higgins added four points.
In the seventh grade game, neither team scored in the second quarter, but Lyon owned a 9-5 advantage in the second half to win by five points.
Annie Woods, Brooke Allen, and Audrey Futrell each scored three points for Trigg County, while G’Teria Acree and Brooke Kearney added two.
Sarah White led Lyon County with nine points.
A pair of buckets by Woods and Futrell in the overtime period led Trigg County to a 29-26 win in the eighth grade game Nov. 16 at UHA.
Woods led Trigg with 12 points, while Acree added six points.
Trigg County scored five points in the first quarter of their eighth grade game Nov. 11 against Crittenden County, but only scored one point in the final three quarters of a 33-6 loss to the Lady Rockets.
Amanda Want led Trigg with three points, and Annie Woods added two.
Jess Cozart led CCMS with 17 points.
Crittenden County also took the seventh grade game 29-16.
Woods led Trigg with five points, and Acree and Brown each scored three points.
Hanna Brantley scored 13 points to lead CCMS.
Lyon County used a 14-0 second quarter run to hand Trigg County a 30-11 loss in the eighth grade game Nov. 9 at Lyon County.
G’Teria Acree led Trigg with three points, while Elysia Brown, Amanda Want, Brooke Allen, and Kara Carneyhan each scored two points.
In the seventh grade game, Lyon led 13-11 after three quarters before pulling away to win 23-14.
Brooke Allen led Trigg County with four points, while Annie Woods and G’Teria Acree each scored three.
Rachel Rhodes led Lyon County with ten points.