Andy Llarena scored on an assist by Zeb DeHart in the loss to Hoptown, and Ben Wigand netted a goal on an assist by Clark Adams in the tie against Madisonville.
Trigg ended its regular season with a record of 11-5-3. Trigg and region foes Madisonville and University Heights Academy all finished with 11 wins, while Hopkinsville, Christian County and Henderson County each had 12. Trigg went 0-2-3 in games against those teams, playing each except for Henderson, which finished undefeated in region play.
The Wildcats were set to play Tuesday at Lyon County in the 5th District Championship game. At press time, the weather forecast had cast some doubt on whether the game would be played as scheduled or postponed to Thursday.
Regardless, both teams automatically advance to next week’s region tournament at University Heights Academy.
The Wildcats were set to play Tuesday at Lyon County in the 5th District Championship game, but the schools elected to delay the game until 5:30 p.m. Thursday due to Tuesday’s weather forecast of heavy rain.
Both teams automatically advance to next week’s region tournament at University Heights Academy in Hopkinsville.