Melissa Kirk scored five goals for the Lady Rockets, while Elizabeth Guess and Ali Shewcraft each scored twice.
Four of Kirk’s goals were in the first half as Crittenden raced out to a 7-0 lead by intermission.
Crittenden County continually put pressure on the Lady Wildcat defense, holding a 24-5 advantage in shots.
Trigg County had played Crittenden County close earlier in the season, losing 4-2 Sept. 2 in Cadiz, but had no answer for the Lady Rockets, who improved to 5-6-5 with the win.
After Crittenden extended the lead to 10-0, Trigg County got on the board when Kari Keech scored her first career goal with 11 minutes left in the game.
The goal ended a scoreless drought that had reached five games for the Lady Wildcats.
Trigg County’s season, their second in varsity girls’ soccer, is over with a record of 0-13.
Crittenden County fell to Caldwell County 6-3 in one semifinal, while Lyon County shutout Dawson Springs (7-6-2) 5-0 in the other semifinal.
Lyon County (12-6) beat Caldwell County (16-3) 5-3 for the district title.