After a 0-2 (19-25, 16-25) loss last Tuesday at Fort Campbell, the Lady Wildcats returned home to host Calloway County but lost again 0-2 (15-25, 14-25).
Trigg started off slow in both games. Calloway led 11-4 in the first, but the Lady ‘Cats scored four straight to trim the gap to three. After a 5-2 Calloway stretch, Trigg never got closer than five points.
In the second game, Calloway took a quick 8-3 lead and led by double digits most of the rest of the way.
Trigg committed 10 service errors on the night and suffered again from communication breakdowns that have plagued them all season.
The Lady ‘Cats were set to host 7th District foe Caldwell County on Tuesday (results unavailable at press time) before traveling Thursday to Crittenden County. Trigg will then have a week off before finishing the district portion of its schedule at Livingston Central. A loss to Caldwell would have left the Lady ‘Cats needing to win its final two district games and hope for Livingston to defeat Crittenden if Trigg is to avoid a first-round district tournament match against the 21-3 Lady Tigers, who are undefeated in district and 2nd Region play.