BASEBALL: Wildcats tied for 5th District lead
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Apr 30, 2014 | 86 86 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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(Above) Trigg County’s Tyler Estes swings at a pitch during the Wildcats’ 4-1 win last Wednesday against Livingston Central. (Below) Tyler Allen delivers a pitch to the plate against Livingston.</i>
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(Above) Trigg County’s Tyler Estes swings at a pitch during the Wildcats’ 4-1 win last Wednesday against Livingston Central. (Below) Tyler Allen delivers a pitch to the plate against Livingston.

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Trigg County and Crittenden County each have 3-1 records in 5th District play, meaning their May 9 meeting in Cadiz could determine the district tournament’s top seed.

The Wildcats host district foe Lyon County on Thursday, and Crittenden plays Friday at Livingston.

Trigg is currently 12-9 overall after picking up three wins last week – 12-4 over Madisonville-North Hopkins and back-to-back victories over Livingston, 4-1 last Wednesday and 14-12 last Tuesday.

Trigg’s bats broke open a close game in the middle innings Thursday. Entering the bottom of the third with a 3-2 lead, the ‘Cats plated three in the third and five in the fourth. Austin Calhoun led the way at the plate with a pair of hits and five runs batted in, while Tyler Allen doubled and had two RBIs and Tyler Estes had four hits (including two doubles) and four runs scored.

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