SOCCER: ‘Cats top Todd for first win of season
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Aug 22, 2012 | 2 2 recommendations | email to a friend | print
After last Monday’s season-opening 3-3 tie against Fort Campbell, Trigg County’s boys soccer team had to delay a game due to weather before notching its first win of 2012.

The Wildcats were scheduled to host Hopkins County Central on Thursday. The junior varsity team picked up an 11-1 victory, but the varsity game was postponed due to lightning.

That meant the ‘Cats had to wait until Monday for another shot at their first victory, and they made it count by topping Todd County Central 2-0.

Romaine Cunningham scored Trigg’s first goal, and Colten Bridges added an insurance marker with less than five minutes left in the contest. Blaine Alexander assisted on both goals.

Trigg head coach Josh Nichols said he was pleased with the play of the defense and goalkeeper Austin Calhoun, but said the ‘Cats looked sluggish overall.

“We had low intensity and just cruised through the match,” Nichols said. “We were lucky to win. Todd had good pressure at the end and we got some good saves from Austin. We’re not happy with how we played.”

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