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Seventh graders remain perfect
Trigg County’s seventh grade basketball team ran their record to 8-0 with 52-37 win at University Heights last Thursday. UHA led 15-12 after the first quarter, but the Midcats battled back to lead ...
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Middle school girls continuing to improve
The Trigg County Middle School girls continue to show improvement even though it may not show up in the win-loss record. Both squads endured a pair of close losses against Lyon County Thursday at M...
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Lady Wildcats open basketball season Tuesday
Fielding one of their youngest teams ever, Trigg County will open their 2004-05 season Tuesday night at home against First Region foe Christian Fellowship. First-year head coach Amy Breckel’s roste...
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Lady Wildcats open basketball season Tuesday
Fielding one of their youngest teams ever, Trigg County will open their 2004-05 season Tuesday night at home against First Region foe Christian Fellowship. First-year head coach Amy Breckel’s roste...
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Lady Wildcats fall in scrimmage games
Trigg County got off to a slow start in their two preseason scrimmages, but first-year head coach Amy Breckel remains optimistic with the start of the new season less than a week away. The Lady Wil...
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Wildcats fall to Owensboro Catholic 26-14 in playoffs
Wildcat Football Recap
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Hunters find plenty of deer
About 40,000 whitetails were reported harvested during the first weekend of modern gun deer season in Kentucky. Biologists with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources (KDFWR) hope d...
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Football season could have doubled as Groundhog Day
Keeping Score
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Trigg 17th at state corss country meet
Battling a sloppy course and brisk conditions, Trigg County posted respectable times at the Class A State Cross Country Meet Saturday at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington. The boys’ posted a tea...
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Can the Wildcats trump the Aces Friday?
Football Playoff Preview
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