Wildcats play well, split games with Hopkinsville
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The Trigg County Middle School boys' basketball team split a pair of games with Hopkinsville Middle School Thursday. The Trigg County seventh-grade team defeated Hopkinsville 40-30. Trigg County Seventh Grade Coach Michael Stinnett made the comment to his team that he had never seen them play so hard. It was a hard fought game that had allowed the Trigg County seventh grade team to claim victory over Hopkinsville in the end.

Trigg County’s leading scorers in the seventh grade game were Luke McKenzie (11 points), Cole Gardner (nine points), Kullen Garner (seven points) and Corbin Estes (six points).

The Trigg County Eighth Grade team fell to a tough Hopkinsville team. In the eighth-grade game, Hopkinsville pulled out a 59 -50.

“Our team showed heart to the very last second of the game,” said Trigg County Coach Scott Morton.

Trigg County’s leading scorers in the eighth grade game were DeOnquez Nance (17 points), Jordan Davis (eight points), Austin Durham (seven points), Travis Desrochers (seven points), Cole Gardner (six points) and David Wease (five points).

“Due to miscommunication, the Crittenden County game, that was supposed to be played this past Monday, will be played at a later date,” Morton confided. “Our TCMS boys’ basketball teams would like to thank the community of Cadiz in helping our basketball program.”
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