Last Tuesday, the Lady Wildcats lost 60-31 at Crittenden County and followed that with a 60-42 loss Friday against Lyon County. The losing streak hit three with a 56-43 loss Monday against Union County.
Against Lyon, Trigg didn’t score its first field goal until a layup by Maxey with 1:31 left in the second quarter. Before that, Trigg’s only points came on free throws by Matlock and Maxey, and the Lady ‘Cats trailed 27-5 at halftime.
Trigg bounced back in the second half and trimmed the gap to 17 after a three-pointer by Kearney with 5:45 left in the third quarter. Lyon then pushed its lead back to as many as 26, but the Lady ‘Cats held an 18-11 advantage in the fourth quarter.
Le’Onzerrae Grubbs led Trigg with 13 points. Brooke Kearney and Alyssa Maxey each scored nine, Ashley Matlock added eight and Mallory Mize scored three.
Monday against Union, Trigg kept the score much of the first half but fell victim to buzzer-beating three-pointers to close each of the first two quarters.
Trailing 40-27 after the third quarter, Trigg watched Union go on an 11-3 run. Trigg then scored 13 of the final 18 points of the game.
Kearney scored 16 to lead the Lady ‘Cats and was joined in double figures by Matlock with 12. Maxey added eight and Grubbs scored seven.
Trigg was scheduled to play Tuesday at Dawson Springs (results un-available at press time) before closing its district schedule Friday at Liv-ingston Central and playing Monday at Lyon County in the first round of the 2nd Region All “A” Classic.