Trigg County girls take two from Crittenden
by Community First Sports Special to TCR
Nov 12, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 3 3 recommendations | email to a friend | print
In middle school girls’ basketball, Trigg County prevailed in two district games Thursday night versus familiar foe Crittenden County, winning seveth- and eighth-grade games. Trigg County was able to hold off several challenges in each middle school girls’ basketball matchup.

The Trigg County seventh-grade team defeated Crittenden County 33-26. Leonzerrae Grubbs led Trigg County in the seventh-grade game, scoring a team-high 11 points.

The Trigg County eighth-grade team beat Crittenden 37-32. Khadijah Grubbs was the go-to player for Trigg County in the eighth-grade game. Grubbs paced the Lady MidCat eighth-grade team with a game-high 24 points, scoring early and often versus a very talented and capable Crittenden County team.

Trigg County, Hopkinsville split boys’ basketball games: In boys’ middle school basketball, Trigg County’s seventh-grade team defeated Hopkinsville 40-30. Luke Mckenzie led the Trigg County seventh-grade boys’ basketball team with 11 points.

In the eighth-grade game, Hopkinsville prevailed 59-50.

Deonquez Nance paced the Midcats with a team-best 17 points.
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