Trigg County lost another player to injury in their 3-0 loss to Caldwell County Sept. 6 at the Complex.
Jeremy Reed took a knee to the face and was taken to Trigg County Hospital for treatment.
He joined Brent Wietting, who missed the game with an ankle sprain, and Wesley Croom (concussion) and Trevor Harper (foot) who are likely done for the season.
As far as the game with Caldwell County, the Tigers (4-2-1) kept the heat turned up for most of the match, outshooting the Wildcats 21-4.
Caldwell scored six minutes into the game when a crossing pass in front of the goal bounced off a Trigg player and into the net. Kyle Winn was credited with the fluke goal.
Just before halftime, Winn fed Jordan Singleton on a scoring pass to give Caldwell a 2-0 lead at halftime.
Luke Talley scored midway through the second half to finish the scoring for the Tigers.
“We played pretty well, but didn't finish the chances we had,” said Wildcat head coach Josh Nichols. “We missed two that we would normally finish, and there were a couple of other times we did everything but put the ball in the back of the net.”
Wildcat goalie Kirk Garner made eight saves in the contest.
Trigg County fell to 2-6 overall and 0-2 in district play.
Caldwell County also won the J.V. game 2-1.
The Wildcats return to action next week with district games on consecutive days. Trigg will host Lyon County Monday and travel to Caldwell County Tuesday.