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From the News Edge: Kentucky State Police Detectives have charged 36-year old Ryan Champion with the deaths of his mother, father, and sister. He is also being criminally charged with the death of Vito Riservato. State Police have formally charged Ryan Champion with (4) counts of Capital Murder and (1) count of Capital Kidnapping.............................................................FRIDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL: Trigg County 20 Calloway County 7 ---- Fort Campbell 31 Barren County 7 ---- Franklin Simpson 40 Hopkinsville 37 (2OT) ---- Mayfield 40 Caldwell County 12 ---- Murray 48 Fulton County 6 ---- Madisonville 56 Apollo 28 ---- Union County 36 Hopkins Central 15 ---- Warren East 43 Logan County 0 ---- Graves County 38 Marshall County 6.
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Hopkinsville Forfeits Three Football Wins


According to information from the Kentucky High School Athletic Association, the Hopkinsville High School football team is being forced to forfeit three games from earlier in the season for using an ineligible player ...Read More

Trigg County Plucks the Falcons 26-14


Trigg County saw several streaks come to an end Friday with their 26-14 win over Fort Campbell at Perdue Field.
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Gallery Two - T. C. vs. F. C. Football


Trigg County and Fort Campbell played at Purdue Field in Cadiz. The game was exciting as Trigg County was very focused and played perhaps their bestgame of the year tonight. Trigg County beat Fort Campbell 26 - 14. 

Gallery One - T.C. vs. F.C. Football


Trigg County and Fort Campbell played at Purdue Field in Cadiz. The game was exciting as Trigg County was very focused and played perhaps their best game of the year tonight. Trigg County beat Fort Campbell 26 - 14. 

Trigg County Volleyball Takes Home Runner-up Trophy


Trigg County's volleyball team took second place in the Fifth District Tournament and will advance to next week's Second Region Tournament at Webster County.
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Lady Wildcats Advance to Region Semis, Beat Webster 5-3


I guess you could call it a 'hat trick' hat trick.  Jordan Woodall scored three goals for the third straight game to help Trigg County beat Webster County 5-3 in the quarterfinals of the Second Region Tournament Monday in Madisonville.
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Hopkinsville Downs Trigg County 3-0 at Soccer Regional


Shots were tough to come by for Trigg County as they lost to Hopkinsville 3-0 Monday night in the quarterfinals of the Boys' Second Region Soccer Tournament at the Stadium of Champions.
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Former Trigg County Soccer Coach Lara Dies


Salvador Lara, who coached girls' soccer at Trigg County and Christian County, died last week in Nashville of natural causes.  He was 49.
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Eldridge Rogers to Step Down as Heritage Christian Volleyball Coach


With his team on track to challenge for the school's third KCAA state title in five years, head coach Eldridge Rogers has announced he is stepping down at the end of the season.
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Christian County Takes Second at Smackdown Tourney


Christian County took second place at their own Toyota of Hopkinsville West Kentucky Smackdown Tournament held over the weekend at Christian County and Hopkinsville High.
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Paducah Tilghman Hammers Trigg County 45-0


Paducah Tilghman scored touchdowns on their first three drives and never looked back, hammering Trigg County 45-0 Friday night in Paducah.
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Drive for Five: Wildcats Down Lyon for District Soccer Title


Trigg County scored three goals in the final seven minutes of the first half and downed Lyon County 5-1 to win their fifth straight Fifth District boys’ soccer title Thursday.
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Trigg County Lady Wildcats Claim Second Straight District Title


Jordan Woodall tallied a hat trick as Trigg County beat Crittenden County 4-1 Tuesday to claim their second straight Fifth District girls’ soccer title.
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District Soccer Tournaments Scheduled to Begin Tonight


District Soccer tournaments are scheduled to get underway across the state tonight, although Mother Nature may put a crimp on some of those plans.
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Trigg County Hammers Webster County 38-6


Trigg County scored 32 unanswered points to beat Webster County 38-6 Friday at Perdue Field and claim their third straight win of the season.
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1989 Trigg County State Runner-ups Recognized


The 1989 Trigg County High School football team was recognized at halftime of the Wildcats’ game with Webster County Friday.
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Carter Sholar Qualifies for State Golf Tourney Following Playoff


Carter Sholar nearly became the second consecutive Trigg County golfer to win the Region I title Tuesday but lost in a three-way playoff.  Sholar still qualified for the state meet.
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Close-up of Golf Club and Golf Ball

Hopkinsville's Dacie Bolton Qualifies for State Golf Tourney


Calloway County won the Girls’ Region I Golf Tournament Monday at the Silos Golf Course in Kevil. 
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Trigg County Will Be Second Seed in District Tourney


Trigg County’s girls’ soccer team will be the second seed in the Fifth District Tournament that begins October 13th at Crittenden County High School.
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Andrew Stewart ranks 11th in NAIA in Tackles


Kentucky Christian University linebacker Andrew Stewart ranks 11th in all of NAIA in total tackles, according to their website.
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Senior Spotlight: TCHS Soccer's Ean Sholar


Trigg County Soccer senior Ean Sholar is second on the squad in goals with 20 and third in assists with five.  One thing that doesn't show up in the boxscore is leadership. 
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Senior Spotlight: TCHS Volleyball's Heather Hall


Trigg County High School senior Heather Hall is a member of the Lady Wildcat volleyball team, and Friday she was named the TCHS Football Homecoming Queen.
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Trigg County Spanks Hopkins County Central 52-7


Trigg County scored on six of their seven first half possessions and went on to beat Hopkins County Central 52-7 on homecoming night Friday at Perdue Field.
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Gallery 2 - T.C. Homecoming Football


The Trigg County Wildcats Homecoming Football game weather was wonderful. The Homecoming Queen was chosen, the band performed a wonderful show, all the fans were cheering and the Trigg County Wildcats were on top of their game. The Sports Edge was there to bring you highlights of the nights festivities!

Gallery 1 - T.C. Homecoming Football


The Trigg County Wildcats Homecoming Football game weather was wonderful. The Homecoming Queen was chosen, the band performed a wonderful show, all the fans were cheering and the Trigg County Wildcats were on top of their game. The Sports Edge was there to bring you highlights of the nights festivities!

Caldwell County Air Strike Downs Trigg County 50-20


While they didn't reach many of their season averages, Caldwell County still rolled up impressive numbers to beat Trigg County 50-20 Friday night in Princeton.
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Photo Gallery - Highway 139 Bowl Tailgate Party at Toll Gate Center in Cadiz


The Highway 139 Bowl Tailgate Party was held at the Toll Gate Center in Cadiz. There were hot dogs, popcorn, punch, face painting, corn hole, cake, and Scott Brownand Cindy Allen Lax were there with the Trigg County Wildcat Football Team and Cheerleaders to celebrate the event! The Trigg County Wildcats face up with Caldwell County on Friday night. 

Photo Gallery - KME David Sadler Bowl - Trigg County plays Hancock County


The Trigg County Wildcats played Hancock County in the Kentucky Machine & Engineering David Sadler Bowl. The Sports Edge was there to bring you these pictures of the action.

WKU Has Record Number of Former Hilltoppers in the NFL


From WKU Athletics Four former Hilltopper Football players will be on active NFL rosters and three other former standouts begin their professional careers on practice squads entering the 2014 NFL season, which kicks off Thursday night in Seattle.
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Tilghman Hands Trigg Their First Soccer Loss


Paducah Tilghman handed Trigg County their first soccer loss of the 2014 season with a 5-2 win Tuesday in Paducah. The loss dropped Trigg County to 4-1 entering this weekend's trip to Murray for the Tiger Classic.
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Trigg County Senior Spotlight: Brandon Wilson


Cadiz Record sports editor Justin McGill spoke with Brandon Wilson following Trigg County's 42-21 win over Marshall County  
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Antonio Andrews Signed to Titans Practice Squad, But What Does That Mean?


A day after Antonio Andrews failed to make the Tennessee Titans' 53-man roster, the NFL club signed the former Fort Campbell Mr. Football to their practice squad.
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Fort Campbell Senior Spotlight: Jonathon Jethroe


Fort Campbell's Jonathon Jethroe is in this week's Falcon Senior Spotlight.  
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Audio - Trigg County Scoring Plays vs. Marshall County


Listen to Trigg County's scoring plays vs. Marshall County as called on WKDZ 106.5 FM  
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Photo Gallery - 1971-72 Trigg Co. Football Teams inducted into Hall of Fame


The 1971 & 1972 Trigg County Class A state champion football teams were inducted into the Trigg County Athletic Hall of Fame today.

Trigg County Blitzes Marshall County 42-21


Brandon Wilson and Tyreke Wilson each accounted for three touchdowns as Trigg County beat Marshall County 42-21 Friday night at Perdue Field.
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Photo Gallery - Trigg County Girls Soccer


Here are the Trigg County Lady Wildcats in action on the soccer pitch.  
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Former Trigg Wildcat Has a Huge Defensive Night


Former Trigg County Wildcat Andrew Stewart had 20 tackles for Kentucky Christian University Thursday in their 33-7 loss at Tennessee Tech.
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Fort Campbell Senior Spotlight: Christian Berry


Fort Campbell running back Christian Berry is this week's Senior Spotlight.
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Photo Gallery - Trigg County Boys Soccer


Trigg County's boys' soccer team is off to a fast start.  Here are some photos from the pitch.
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Russellville Downs Trigg County 36-20 in Football Opener


Russellville used a strong wing-T attack to rush for 350 yards and hand Trigg County a 36-20 loss in the season opener for both teams.
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Photo Gallery - Anytime Fitness Grand Opening


Anytime Fitness held their Grand Opening with a Live Remote with Kimberly Allen and WKDZ 106.5FM, and the Hopkinsville Chamber of Commerce was there for the Official Ribbon Cutting! The Sports Edge was there to bring you these pictures.

Photo Gallery - Trigg County Football Scrimmage vs. Crittenden County


Trigg County beat Crittenden County 50-7 in a football scrimmage Friday in Hopkinsville.  Here are some images from their win.

 

Casey Dykes Named New Hoptown Hoppers Head Coach


Casey Dykes was named the head coach of the Hoptown Hoppers for the 2015 Ohio Valley Summer Collegiate League Thursday.
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Ramie Colson Ready for Season-Ending Bass Tourney


Cadiz angler Ramie Colson is one of 45 fishing pros competing this weekend in the Forrest Wood Cup on Lake Murray near Columbia, SC.
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Photo Gallery - Trigg Co. Wildat Football Practice


The Wildcats are honing their plays at practice. The Wildcats look good as Coach Lewis puts them through their paces. The Sports Edge was at practice to give you aglimpse of the Trigg County Wildcats in action!

Toree Rogers Named New Trigg County Softball Coach


Trigg County has named Toree Rogers the new head coach of the high school softball team.
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Graham Lawrence talks about his summer


Trigg County senior lineman Graham Lawrence has been busy over the summer.  In addition to attending several summer camps, Lawrence has picked up scholarship offers from several colleges.
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