Wildcats chase the Greyhounds 61-0
by Community First Sports
Oct 01, 2008 | 0 0 comments | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
fter opening the season 0-3, Trigg County has rediscovered success on the football field. The Wildcats won their second straight game Friday night, defeating Reidland 61-0. Trigg County wasted little time in getting on the scoreboard as it took Reidland out of the game early on.

In its last two games, Trigg County has outscored opponents 78-6. The Wildcats were ultra-effective on offense, defense and special teams in their latest outing.

As a team, Trigg County rushed for 315 yards, cruising past Reidland.

Brandon Bridges led Trigg County in rushing, finishing with 138 yards and three touchdowns on 11 carries.

Bridges also paced Trigg County in the scoring department with 24 points. The Trigg County back tore up the Reidland defensive unit.

Antonio Grubbs was the second-leading rusher for the Wildcats, rushing twice for 83 yards and one touchdown. Numerous Trigg County rushers piled up yards

Five different Trigg County players rushed for positive yardage. Shelton Burress also rushed twice and scored a touchdown. Burress picked up 33 yards on his two totes.

Donald Bush rushed four times for 27 yards for the Wildcats. Trigg County starting quarterback Akeem Wilson rushed once for four yards.

Trigg County, as a team, passed for 112 yards.

Get the wrapup of the homecoming game in The Cadiz Record.
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