FOOTBALL: Trigg trounces Calloway in regular season finale
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Nov 06, 2013 | 189 189 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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(Above) Trigg County’s Skylar Pool (11) runs up the middle during the Wildcats’ 45-7 win Friday at Calloway County. (Below) Trigg County’s Reggie Radford (5) emerges from a pack of players for his second touchdown during the Wildcats’ 45-7 win Friday at Calloway County.</i>
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(Above) Trigg County’s Skylar Pool (11) runs up the middle during the Wildcats’ 45-7 win Friday at Calloway County. (Below) Trigg County’s Reggie Radford (5) emerges from a pack of players for his second touchdown during the Wildcats’ 45-7 win Friday at Calloway County.

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Trigg County will enter the postseason on the heels of a dominant performance in Friday’s 45-7 win at Calloway County.

The Wildcats (5-5, 1-2 in Class 3A 1st District) enacted the running clock late in the second quarter against the Lakers (4-6, 1-2 in 4A 1st District).

“We have played really good football five weeks in a row,” Trigg head coach Coby Lewis said. “We came out short on two of those against Paducah Tilghman and Fort Campbell, but we played really well in both of those. I’ve asked the kids to work to get better each week and not worry about the opponent.”

Trigg got the scoring started with a 26-yard pass from Luke McKenzie to Reggie Radford midway through the first quarter.

Trigg’s second score came from a three-back “jumbo” package the ‘Cats began featuring a few weeks ago in which a larger player, typically an offensive lineman, joins running backs Jayven Jones and Skylar Pool in the backfield. This time, that lineman was Aaron Stevens, who ran for a three-yard score.

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