FOOTBALL: ‘Cats lose on last-second pick at North Bullitt
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Oct 24, 2012 | 4 4 recommendations | email to a friend | print
After losing 41-15 to North Bullitt last season in Cadiz, Trigg County was one play away from topping the Eagles on Saturday in Shepherdsville. However, an interception ruined the Wildcats’ rally in an 18-15 loss.

After fumbling a punt late in the fourth quarter, Trigg’s defense recovered and forced a North Bullitt turnover on downs, giving the ‘Cats possession inside their own 10-yard line. Trigg drove the length of the field and was within range for a tying field goal, but the ‘Cats had used all their timeouts on the previous defensive stand and failed to get out of bounds or gain a first down on the next-to-last play.

On fourth down, with the clock running and enough time left for only one play, quarterback Luke McKenzie’s game-winning attempt was intercepted in the end zone, ending the game.

Trigg head coach Coby Lewis said it was a play the ‘Cats have worked on to run in such situations.

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