Then, Trigg (10-0-3) remained undefeated on the season with a 1-1 tie against University Heights Academy on Thursday and an 8-1 win Monday against St. Mary.
Against the Lyons, Romaine Cunningham and Clark Adams each scored three gials, Colten Bridges had two, Blaine Alexander scored a goal and had seven assists and Ben Wigand added a goal and an assist. Austin Calhoun recorded the shutout in goal.
Bridges scored Trigg’s only goal in the tie with UHA, who led early on a goal by Drew Burnam assisted by Matt Mamoth.
“We started slow and a little tentative, but got better as the half wore on and by the end of the half we had begun to take control and establish good possession,” Trigg head coach Josh Nichols said. “We started the 2nd half much better and controlled the rest of the way. We had good possession for most of the half and kept them pinned in their end. I really felt like we’d get a second goal and we crawled all over them, but couldn’t punch it in. Their keeper, Darien McCombs made two or three really good saves to keep it tied. Overall, I was pretty happy with the way we played and felt like we deserved to win.”
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