BASEBALL: ‘Cats split first two of Spring Break trip
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Apr 02, 2014 | 130 130 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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(Above) Trigg County’s Ben Wigand takes a swing during the Wildcats’ game Thursday against Stewart County, Tenn. The game was called off in the second inning due to rain, with Trigg leading 2-0. (Below) Jake Green tries to slide into home during the first inning of Thursday’s game.</i>
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(Above) Trigg County’s Ben Wigand takes a swing during the Wildcats’ game Thursday against Stewart County, Tenn. The game was called off in the second inning due to rain, with Trigg leading 2-0. (Below) Jake Green tries to slide into home during the first inning of Thursday’s game.

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Trigg County High School’s baseball team has a busy Spring Break schedule and kicked it off by splitting a pair of games Monday.

The Wildcats are participating in a pair of tournaments in the Louisville area. The first two games were part of the Louisville Valley Invitational, with Trigg losing 1-0 to Green County and winning 7-2 over Henry County.

Tyler Allen pitched a complete game for Trigg in the loss to Green County, with the only run being scored on a Wildcat error. Allen recorded eight strikeouts and walked five.

Tyler Estes had a double to lead Trigg at the plate, and Allen, Austin Calhoun, Ean Sholar and Ben Wigand each had a single.

The ‘Cats broke open a tight game against Henry County in the fourth, fifth and sixth innings. Trigg led 3-2 after the third inning, then plated a pair in the fourth and one in the fifth and sixth.

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