Wildcats thrash Dawson Springs 13-1
by Scott Brown, Sports Editor Email Scott
May 25, 2005 | 0 0 comments | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Trigg County used an 11-run third inning to blast past Dawson Springs 13-1 in their May 19 game at the Complex that was shortened due to lightning.

Kirk Garner’s bases loaded triple was the key hit in the third inning that saw 16 players bat and four get hits.

Following Kyle Allen’s bases loaded walk, Lucas Riddle drove home a pair with a double, and John David Fourqurean and Devon Morris added RBI singles.

The beneficiary of the run support was Corey Harrison, who allowed just four hits in four inning and struck out four to pick up the win.

Trigg County ended the regular season with a 12-17 record. They were scheduled to play Caldwell County Tuesday in the semifinals of the Fifth District Baseball Tournament in Eddyville.

Madisonville 6

Trigg County 3

Trigg County came up empty at several key points with runners in scoring position in losing 6-3 to Madisonville May 17 at the Complex.

The Wildcats stranded six runners, with four of those scoring position.

Madisonville (19-14) jumped out to a 3-0 lead before the Wildcats tied the game with their only three runs in the third inning.

Jacob Wadlington and Corey Greenman reached base on back-to-back infield errors by the Maroons.

Kyle Allen followed with a two-run double and came around to score on Lucas Riddle’s RBI single.

Madisonville scored twice in the fifth inning and once more in the seventh to extend their lead to 6-3.

Ryan Eubanks doubled in the fourth inning, and Jordan McNichols added a pinch hit single in the seventh for Trigg’s only hits after the third inning.

McNichols did not start due to a knee injury.
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