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NCCAA, NFL and Madden
There’s nothing like a weekend full of football with a couple of buddies. This past weekend I got to spend both Saturday and Sunday zoned into my T.V. for some college football, professional footba...
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Adams enjoying U of L football
Former Trigg County Wildcat and current Louisville Cardinal Jeffery Adams has been on the sidelines for the No. 8 Cards who have picked up wins in all four of their contests. “I like it up there so...
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Where are They Now? Gordon Perry
At 172 pounds, Gordon Perry played end on both sides of the football for the Murray State Racers in the late 1950’s. The Murray team bus passed straight through Cadiz on the way to most of their ro...
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Banister serves up win over Tigers
Casey kicked Caldwell’s can. Banister that is, with 16-straight points served to overcome an 11-16 deficit and win the third and deciding set in Thursday’s district match-up between Trigg County an...
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Tigers pounce on Cats' running in shutout, 17-0
Rain couldn’t stop it. Lightening couldn’t stop it. Even puddles of mud on the field were not going to stand in the way of Trigg County clashing with Caldwell County in Princeton Friday night. Howe...
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Rutland takes gold at games
Friday and Saturday’s rain came hard and steady, but nothing was going to stop 86-year old Cadiz native James Rutland from making his way to Lexington for the 2006 Kentucky Senior Games. Rutland co...
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Two-sided game sabotages Cats
A big game calls for extras and extras were provided during Friday night football action at Perdue Field. Trigg County brought out four extra sets of bleachers, each team had its own pep band, face...
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The purpose of cross country
Back in the Fall of 1974, on a Friday, I attended my first day of high school. It was on that day that I heard the words Cross-Country for the first time. The principal said on the morning announce...
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Wildcat volleyball falls, back-to-back
In volleyball action Monday evening, Trigg County lost to Crittenden County 14-25, 13-25. Trigg is now 5-11 (1-3) on the season. Molly Thompson had three kills, six blocks and an ace for the ‘Cats,...
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Lady Cats down St. Mary
After an August 17 rainout, Trigg County’s Lady Wildcats took the field against St. Mary to pick up their second win of the season, 2-1. “I was proud that they finally won one, and not because I’m ...
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