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Trigg County Impressive in Scrimmage Win



Even though it's a scrimmage, Trigg County looked impressive in a 50-7 win over Crittenden County Friday in Hopkinsville.

The Wildcats rolled up 455 yards in the scrimmage, played under normal football rules.  Trigg's JV and freshman team played most of the fourth quarter.

Sophomore quarterback Tyreke Wilson was 9-of-11 passing for 227 yards and three touchdowns.  He also ran for 51 yards on eight carries.

Skylar Pool ran for 35 yards and was 1-of-2 passing for a 38-yard touchdown.

Colton Livingston added 66 yards on the ground, while Brandon Wilson ran for 38 yards and caught two passes for 69 yards.

Trigg County's scoring plays came on a 10-yard run by Pool; a 23-yard pass from Tyreke Wilson to Detaveon Day; a 32-yard run by Pool; TD catches of 33 yards by Reggie Radford, 46 yards by Micah Gordon, and 38 yards by Debo Mayes; and a 21-yard run by Elliott Boyd.

Trigg County's defense held Crittenden County to -7 rushing yards on just seven attempts.  Rocket quarterbacks were a combined 10-of-16 for 142 yards.

Wildcat head coach Coby Lewis talked about the scrimmage win



Trigg County opens their season Friday at Russellville.  The Toyota of Hopkinsville Friday Night Blitz kicks off our coverage at 6pm on 106.5 FM WKDZ.


 

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