Seventh graders remain perfect
by Scott Brown, Sports Editor Email Scott
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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 25-21 at halftime and put the game away in the fourth quarter, outscoring the Blazers 19-5 in the frame.

Zeke Wright scored seven of his team-high 14 points in the fourth quarter, while Zack White scored five of his nine points in the same frame.

Jalik Alexander, making his first start of the season after recovering from a broken arm, scored 12 points, and Josh Adams added six.

Matt McGowan led UHA with 14 points, and Caleb Stallons scored nine points.

Trigg County had no trouble with Crittenden County’s seventh graders Nov. 16, hammering the Rockets 51-8.

Trigg led 26-2 at halftime and never looked back.

Zeke Wright was one of 11 Midcats who scored, leading the way with 11 points.

Ragon Stewart added eight points, while Jalik Alexander added six, and Zack White and Mitch Rogers each scored five.

The Midcats used a 15-7 fourth quarter run to down North Drive Middle School 43-35 Nov. 9 in Hopkinsville.

Jamus McAtee scored all six of his points in the fourth quarter to help the Midcats overcome a one-point halftime deficit.

Zeke Wright led the Midcats with 20 points, while Javin Grubbs scored eight and Zack White added seven.

Nick Riley led North Drive with 10 points.

Trigg County added another blowout to their season total Nov. 8 with a 62-10 win over Dawson Springs at Midcat Gym.

Trigg ran out to a 24-0 first quarter lead and ballooned that to 33-2 by halftime.

Zeke Wright scored 15 points, all in the first half, while Zack White added 11, and Tyler Burnam and Mitch Rogers each chipped in with six points.

Wright added 20 more points Nov. 4 in Trigg County’s 56-25 win over Livingston Central in Cadiz.

Josh Adams scored eight points, and Mitch Rogers added seven for the Midcats, who led 31-13 at halftime.

Trigg County’s eighth grade team saw their record drop to 1-7 with a 57-33 loss at UHA Nov. 18.

Ryan Acree led the Midcats with nine points, while Zack White, Zeke Wright, and Victor Cmela each scored six points.

Jonathon King led UHA with 18 points.

Trigg County fell behind 36-7 in the first half of their Nov. 9 game at North Drive and lost 56-21 in Hopkinsville.

Ryan Acree led Trigg with four points, while Shane Banks and Jamus McAtee each drained a 3-pointer.

Veontae Lewis led North Drive with 20 points.

Dawson Springs used a 19-2 third quarter run to bury the Midcats 58-23 Nov. 8 in Cadiz.

Dawson led 25-15 at halftime and used their spurt to build a 44-17 lead heading into the fourth quarter.

Ryan Acree led Trigg with 11 points, and Dustin White scored five.

Ethan Scott buried four 3-pointers to lead Dawson Springs with 24 points.

The third quarter was again Trigg County’s undoing in their Nov. 4 game against Livingston Central.

The Cardinals broke open a 24-20 halftime lead with a 20-3 third quarter run and went on to win 52-32.

Dustin White and Ryan Acree each scored ten points to lead Trigg County.

Dylan Saint (23) and Chance Wright (19) accounted for 42 of Livingston’s 52 points.
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