BASKETBALL: Lady ‘Cats pick up wins over Dawson Springs, CFS
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Jan 22, 2014 | 140 140 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Trigg County’s Faith Hughes (above) puts up a shot in the lane during the Lady Wildcats’ 55-42 loss Friday against Crittenden County. Lauren Oliver (below) shoots a free throw.</i>
Justin McGill/Cadiz Record Trigg County’s Faith Hughes (above) puts up a shot in the lane during the Lady Wildcats’ 55-42 loss Friday against Crittenden County. Lauren Oliver (below) shoots a free throw.
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Trigg County High School’s girls basketball team will finish the season winless in 5th District play. However, the Lady Wildcats did add a pair of victories to their record in the last week.

Trigg lost 55-42 against Crittenden County on Friday, clinching the Lady ‘Cats’ a No. 4 seed in next month’s district tournament. Sandwiched around that loss were two wins that improved Trigg’s record to 4-12 –a 43-28 win Thursday at Dawson Springs and a 60-22 win Monday against Christian Fellowship School.

Against Crittenden, Trigg played well in the first half, keeping the score close throughout and tying the Lady Rockets 15-15 midway through the second quarter.

Crittenden outscored Trigg 16-6 in the third quarter and led by as many as 18 points in the fourth, but the Lady ‘Cats fought to the final buzzer and finished with their closest margin in district play this season.

Mallory Mize finished with 16 points and was joined in double figures by Taylor Gray with 12.

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