“St. Mary was probably the low point of the season so far,” Trigg head coach Josh Nichols said. “We were lifeless and generated very few good chances to score. Our defense struggled with their speed at forward. I think tired legs from an overtime game on a muddy field the night before really slowed us down.”
Colten Bridges scored Trigg’s only goal unassisted.
Saturday, Blaine Alexander scored an unassisted goal for Trigg, but it was all the offense the Wildcats could muster.
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