BASEBALL: ‘Cats top Fulton County, lose three more
by Justin McGill, General Manager --
Mar 28, 2012 | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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<i>Justin McGill/Cadiz Record<p> Trigg County catcher Hunter Allen tags out a Hopkinsville runner attempting to steal home during the Wildcats’ 6-3 loss Monday.</i>
Trigg County’s baseball team picked up another win and three more losses in recent action.

Trigg lost 6-3 Monday at Hopkinsville, split a pair of games in Murray’s Tiger Classic (14-0 win over Fulton County and 2-0 loss to Murray) and lost 13-3 against Muhlenberg County last Tuesday.

Monday, Trigg stranded five runners in scoring position against the Tigers. Corbin Estes scored on a Skylar Pool single in the top of the second inning to put Trigg ahead 1-0, but Hopkinsville scored on an error in the bottom of the frame. Hoptown got a three-run home run in the third and matched the two runs Trigg scored in the fourth. David Wease pitched a complete game and earned the loss.

The ‘Cats had no trouble Saturday against Fulton County as every Trigg starter recorded at least one hit. Nick Wright and Zack Bridges led the way with a pair of runs batted in each. Pool pitched three innings of four-hit ball, and Ean Sholar threw a hitless fourth.

Friday, Trigg ran into a buzzsaw as Murray pitcher John Lollar threw a no-hitter, striking out 11 and allowing only four baserunners (one walk and three hit by pitch).

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