Trigg’s enrollment ranking in the state removed them from eligibility for the tournament the last four years. While enrollment at Trigg is about the same now as it was then, the consolidation of other schools in the state moved TCHS back into the bottom 125, the number used to set eligilibility for the tournament.
TCHS boys head coach Mike Wright said the Wildcats will host a first-roudn game against Livingston Central on Jan. 18, 2011. The winner of that game plays the winner between Crittenden County and Lyon County. Dawson Springs will host Caldwell County, and University Heights Academy will receive a first-round bye.
In the girls All-A, Trigg will open play Jan. 17 at Lyon County, with the winner facing the winner between Dawson Springs and Caldwell. Crittenden will play at UHA, and Livingston will receive the first-round bye.
Crittenden will host the semifinals and finals for both boys and girls, with the girls semis on Jan. 20, the boys semis on Jan. 21 and both championships on Jan. 22.
Two weeks ago, it was announced that the final rounds of the All-A will continue to be hosted by Eastern Kentucky University in Richmond. Due to a scheduling conflict with EKU, the All-A will skip a week before resuming the tournament the week of Feb. 4, Lady ‘Cat coach Amy Breckel said.
Trigg will also compete in the All-A tournaments in soccer, golf, volleyball, baseball and softball. Information on those tournaments will be announced in the near future.