SOFTBALL: Lady ‘Cats end season with loss to Livingston in district tourney
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
May 21, 2014 | 52 52 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Trigg County shortstop Addison Rogers fields a throw on a Livingston Central stolen base during the Lady Wildcats’ 15-0 loss Monday in the 5th District Tournament. </i>
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Trigg County shortstop Addison Rogers fields a throw on a Livingston Central stolen base during the Lady Wildcats’ 15-0 loss Monday in the 5th District Tournament.

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MARION – Trigg County High School’s softball season ended Monday in a 15-0 loss to Livingston Central in a 5th District Tournament semifinal.

The Lady Wildcats had two hits in the first inning but only two other baserunners the rest of the game, and the top-20 Lady Cardinals made solid contact all the way through their lineup.

“It’s easy to drop your head against a team like that, but the pressure was on [Livingston] to hit the ball and win,” Trigg head coach Billy Fortner said. “We kept a positive attitude through the game, and that’s a key to winning.”

Alison Russell pitched the first two innings for the loss, and Gracie Dixon went the rest of the way.

Trigg ended the year on somewhat of a high note, however, with wins in the last two games of the regular season. The Lady ‘Cats, who finish the season with a record of 7-20, topped Caldwell County 9-8 in eight innings Friday and Mayfield 10-5 on Senior Night last Tuesday.

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