Trigg holds off Livingston Central, 63-60
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LIVINGSTON – The Trigg County Wildcats won their second straight game Friday night, playing on the road at Livingston Central in a 5th District matchup. The latest Trigg County boys’ basketball triumph came in thrilling fashion as the Wildcats defeated Livingston 63-60. Bradley Davis hit a game-winning shot and Jonathan King added a free throw for good measure as Trigg County won.

“Livingston always plays us tough,” said Trigg County Coach Mike Wright. “They forced us out of our zone early and we went man for the last three quarters of the game.”

Jonathan King led Trigg County with 20 points. Davis finished with 14 points for the Wildcats.

Dustin White scored nine points and Shelton Burruss added eight in the Trgg County triumph. Jalik Alexander scored seven and Zeke Wright netted five as the Wildcats prevailed.

The Wildcats were on the short end of a 60-59 score with 20 seconds remaining. Trigg County inbounded the basketball to King and it was knocked loose. King dove on the floor, grabbed the ball and delivered a heads-up play, calling a timeout. During the timeout, Trigg County set up a play that allowed Davis to drained the huge game-winning three pointer with nine remaining to make it 62-60.

(For the rest of the story, check out this week's edition of the Cadiz Record.)
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