‘Cats split pair last week
by Justin McGill, Executive Editor -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
May 05, 2010 | 0 0 comments | 7 7 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Last week, Trigg County’s baseball team picked up an easy win at Dawson Springs before losing in 5th District play for the first time this season.

Thursday, the Wildcats traveled to Dawson Springs and came away with a 15-2 five-inning victory.

The ‘Cats scored in every inning and ran away with the game thanks in large part to a six-run second frame. Alex Sadler allowed two Panther runs in the first inning but shut them down the rest of the way, striking out six and walking none.

Trigg smacked 16 hits and was led by Sadler and Hunter Allen, both of whom had three hits and three runs batted in. R.J. Sholar and Zack Bridges each had two hits and two RBIs.

Friday, Trigg entered the bottom of the seventh with a 5-2 lead at Livingston Central but couldn’t close the game out and lost 6-5. Bridges pitched one-third of the seventh inning and was credited with the loss. He also had a triple and an RBI at the plate.

Jared Stallons hit a two-run single, and Allen and Hunter Smillie each hit solo home runs.

Trigg was set to host Dawson Springs on Tuesday (results unavailable at press time) before playing Thursday at Hopkins Central. The ‘Cats will host Todd County Central on Monday and Christian County on Tuesday.

Pitcher-Catcher Camp: TCHS head coach Jackie Sholar said a pitcher-catcher camp has been scheduled for Saturday at the Trigg County Recreation Complex.

The camp is open to all ages. Registration begins at 9 a.m., and the camp will run from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Cost (including lunch) is $25, and a special guest will be on hand to speak to the campers, Sholar said.
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