The schedule features 10 regular home games and nine road games. Not included are Trigg County’s 12 Games of Christmas Tournament and a return trip to the McLean County RC Classic.
The Lady Wildcats will open their season Tuesday, Nov. 28 at Dawson Springs, who was 10-18 last year. That same night, the boys will host Dawson Springs at Wildcat Gym in their season-opener.
Two nights later, Trigg will travel to Logan County to play the Fourth Region team for the first time. The Lady Cougars were 7-18 last year.
Trigg County will then play their three district opponents in consecutive games – all boy/girl doubleheaders.
Trigg will host Crittenden County Friday, Dec. 8; host Livingston Central Tuesday, Dec. 12; and travel to Lyon County Friday, Dec. 15.
The Lady Wildcats will host their annual pre-Christmas tournament Dec. 19-21.
According to Lady Wildcat head coach Amy Breckel, the teams that have agreed to play in the eight-team, double-elimination event include defending tourney champion Metcalfe County (14-14), McLean County (14-12), Murray (13-13), Logan County (7-18), Heath (7-18), University Heights (4-19), and Fulton County (4-17).
The following week, Trigg County will play in the McLean County/RC Cola Classic Dec. 27-29 in Calhoun.
Trigg will host University Heights Jan. 2 to open the 2007 portion of their schedule and travel to Fulton City (3-16) on Saturday, Jan. 6 for their first-ever meeting with the Lady Bulldogs.
The Lady Wildcats will then host three straight district games – once again, three straight doubleheaders.
Trigg will travel to Livingston Central Jan. 9; host Lyon County Jan. 12; and travel to Crittenden County Jan. 16.
The Lady Wildcats will host Fort Campbell (10-16) in the final game before the All-A Classic Second Region Tournament, which begins Jan. 20.
Trigg will travel to University Heights for a Jan. 25 game that could be postponed should the Lady Wildcats advance into the All-A region tournament.
On Friday, Feb. 3, the Lady Wildcats will visit Muhlenberg South (14-14) for the first time and will host Murray (13-13) three days later on Feb. 5.
Trigg will host Caldwell County (9-16) on Thursday, Feb. 15.
The two teams had played every year since basketball returned to the state in 1974-75. However, when Caldwell County moved to the Seventh District before last season, the schools couldn’t agree on playing dates for the 2005-06 season.
Caldwell County has won 31 straight games over Trigg County dating back to the 1993-94 season.
On Feb. 17, Trigg will host Russellville (10-16) at Wildcat Gym.
In the final week of the regular season, Trigg County will play a doubleheader at Todd County (13-13) on Feb. 20 and a doubleheader at Hopkinsville (9-17) on Feb. 23.
There are a couple of possible discrepancies with the schedule, however.
The tentative schedule lists the Lady Wildcats hosting Todd County in a JV/varsity doubleheader, which is also listed as a home game for the boys against University Heights.
Also, the Lady Wildcats have Providence scheduled for a Feb. 13 home game on the same night the boys have Fort Campbell listed for a home game.
The Fifth District Tournament will begin Feb. 27 at Livingston Central High School in Smithland.
Webster County and Reidland do not return to the 2006-07 Lady Wildcat schedule.