Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - Updated: 2:04 AM
Trigg County's late inning woes continued Saturday in Murray as the Lady Wildcats lost a pair of games in the final inning.
Trigg fell to South Fulton, Tennessee 3-2 and to Livingston Central 11-10 in the Murray Spring Break Bash.
The Lady Wildcats led South Fulton 2-1 after five innings, but the Lady Devils tallied single runs in the sixth and seventh innings to get the win. Two walks and an error helped South Fulton score in the sixth, while a leadoff double and fielder's choice plated the game-winner.
Hannah Colbert and Madison Simpson each had two hits for Trigg County, while Colbert and Reagan Melton had RBIs.
In the second game, Livingston Central scored five runs in the seventh inning to rally for an 11-10 win, erasing a 9-4 Trigg lead.
Livingston led off the seventh inning with five straight hits. They tied and took the lead on a pair of Trigg errors.
Addison Rogers had a double and triple, while Logan Darnall tripled as part of a two-hit day. Madison Simpson had a pair of RBIs.
While the Lady Wildcats return nine starters from last year's team, they are still riddled with underclassmen who are trying to learn to win. Trigg County is 0-3 in one-run games this season and 5-13 in their last 18 one-run contests.
This article was reprinted with permission from WKDZ.